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Horticulture hosts Valentine’s plant sale

Photos/article by David Arseneault, WSU Intern


(WSU Junior Jessie Schneider, left and Senior Jared Hemmer, right are searching for the perfect plant)
Can’t think of anything to give your special valentine, the horticulture club is working to keep you out of the dog house.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, the club is selling a lovely combination of plants including three prim roses and three hyacinths bulbs. The sale is located in the new green houses next to Ferdinand’s.

Individual bulbs can be purchased as well.
 Flowers can be purchased for $16 per planter or $1.50 per individual bulb.
  All proceeds go to scholarships for the Horticulture club and supplies for next school year.  









(Horticulture Club member, Lauren Hair, is looking through the combination planters)

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