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Holliston Garden Club's Spring Sale

by Paul Saulnier
May 14, 2018

Every year the Holliston Garden Club sources the best locally grown perennials and annuals and sells them at discounted prices to raise funds for their  programs and projects.

The Commons of the Congregational Church was the place to go to find plants to make your yard attractive to the birds and the bees and passers-by as well.

With these plants your yard could garner an award from the Holliston In Bloom Neighborhood Watch Commite.

The club had lots of members ready to provide advice on which plants go where and how to care for them. My wheelbarrow is full of flowering plants that will bloom all summer.

Judy Dewitt, above left,  was happy to help - not so happy to have her picture taken. Cherry Fenton is getting used to it.

Club President Jill Malcolm said that the Garden Club did very well again this year as just about all the plants were sold.

 

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