CDCG plant sale this Saturday

tomatoes on vineHopefully this week will be the end of the overnight frost -- and we'll be able to safely put our plants in the ground.

Oh, right. We need plants.

Good timing: the Capital District Community Gardens will be holding its annual plant sale this Saturday. CDCG will be selling a selection of perennials, vegetable plants, herbs and heirloom tomatoes.

The sale is Saturday from 9 am - 1 pm at the 8th Street community garden in Troy. All the proceeds go toward supporting the community gardens and programs such as the Veggie Mobile.

Also: The Landis Arboretum in Esperance has its plant sale this weekend, too.

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See also the plant sale as part of Garden Education Day at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Albany County:

www.ccealbany.com/2010-04-12%20MG%20GED%20Flyer.pdf

Saturday, May 15, 2010
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
RAIN OR SHINE
24 Martin Road, P.O. Box 497
Voorheesville, NY 12186
518-765-3500

also, don't know if this was mentioned in another post but from the albany gov website - http://www.albanyny.gov/Government/Departments/GeneralServices/SpecialEvents/TulipFest.aspx

Tulip Bulb Sale: Tulip bulbs will be pulled up on Saturday, May 15 and sold Sunday, May 16 at the Washington Park Lake House from 8am-9am. The cost is $5 a bag with approximately 25-30 bulbs per bag. Call 434-2489 for more information.

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