The 25th annual Fayette Cares plant sale at First Citizens National Bank in Oakland is the perfect place to get inspired, receive gardening advice and pick up gorgeous plants for your yard or home. This year’s sale takes place on Saturday, April 8, from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. Garden lovers will find all types of plants including vegetables, herbs, ornamentals and more plus popular favorites that have made this event an annual rite for Mid-South gardeners for 25 years. Products will be available from trusted vendors including Willow Oaks Flower Farm, Lucerne Farms, and Country Gardens Nursery. Fayette County Master Gardeners and plant experts will also be on-hand to offer advice and guidance.
The sale will feature a Homegrown section complete with many treasured heirloom plants with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Fayette Cares. We request anyone who is cleaning out their garden or thinning plants to donate these plants to help those in need. Please call (901) 465-3802 x 223 to schedule a donation pick up.
This event is a family affair featuring demonstrations by Fayette County Master Gardeners. Topics include Avoiding Crepe Murder with Proper Pruning, Gardening in Containers, Vegetables and Flowers with a Purpose, and Hydrangeas Blue or Pink. While you are busy shopping and learning about gardening, children can enjoy themselves in the Free Kids Zone complete with an inflatable bounce house, coloring contest, potting station with take-home flower gift and other fun activities! The fun can continue throughout the day at the Oakland Springfest, only two blocks from the Plant Sale.
You can maximize your plant purchasing dollars with an early bird gift certificate. $25 certificates are available for $20 only at First Citizens National Bank in Oakland, TN until April 7th. Maximum of four gift certificates per customer, see First Citizens National Bank for details.
Those who shop, donate, or volunteer at the charity sale will help charity bloom by providing shelter for the homeless, safety from domestic violence, and stability for families in financial crisis. Learn more at www.fayettecares.org/plants or call (901) 465-3802 x 223. Fayette Cares is a United Way agency.