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April 12: Flowers, tomatoes, planters at annual plant sale

PULLMAN, Wash. – Get your garden off to a colorful start with tomatoes, peppers, flowers and more at the annual Horticulture Club Mom’s Weekend plant sale 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, April 12, in the Beasley Coliseum concourse at Washington State University.

The club’s other spring sales will be May 8, 15 and 22 in the greenhouses by Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe.

Plants and prices for Mom’s Weekend include:

planterCougar red tomatoes in 3½-inch pots, $1
4-packs of flowers and vegetables, $ 1.75
Geraniums in 5½-inch pots, $4.50
Salsa bowls (tomatoes, peppers, cilantro), $8
Tomato variety samplers, $8
10-inch ivy geranium baskets, $22.50
12-inch fuchsia baskets, $28.50
12-inch begonia baskets, $28.50
16-inch pulp deck planters, $32.50
18-inch pulp deck planters, $36.50
16-inch pulp hanging baskets, $44.50
18-inch pulp hanging baskets, $49.50

 

 

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