Master Gardener Spring Plant Sale set May 4, 2024

NEMiss.News Master Gardeners' 2023 Plant sale



Mark your calendars, the much-anticipated 2024 Union County Master Gardener Annual Spring Plant Sale will be Saturday, May 4, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., at the Union County Heritage Museum in the outdoor exhibit area.

NEMiss.News Master Gardeners plant sale

Master Gardeners will have a large variety of plants to sell.

Hard working master gardeners work well in advance to root cuttings of their plants for this sale. Interesting and sometimes hard to find varieties are available for plant enthusiasts. Vines, shrubs, annuals, vegetable plants, perennials, herbs and decorative driftwood will be a part of the cash – only sale.

This sale offers unique plants ranging from native plants to heirloom varieties. Union County Master Gardeners are a volunteer branch of the Mississippi State University Extension Service that advises and educates the public on gardening and horticulture issues. Members of the Master Gardeners will be on hand for the sale and to answer questions about their varieties and plant care.

NEMiss.News Kids' activities at plant sale

Bird house building for kids of all ages will be available.

Bring the kids! Not only will there be plants, there will also be the opportunity to build a birdhouse. The Gum Tree Wood workers will be on hand with all the tools and materials to help with birdhouse building. The woodworkers have developed an easy system for all ages to build a birdhouse.

The museum is located at 114 Cleveland Street in New Albany. For more information call the Union County Extension Office at 662-534-1916 or the museum at 662-538-0014.

Visitors are invited to tour the William Faulkner Literary Garden and the museum while at the sale. The sale is located in the fenced outdoor exhibit area.


Jill Smith, Director
Union County Heritage Museum
114 Cleveland Street
New Albany, MS 38652

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