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Hanover Garden Club Plant Sale

A broad selection of plants grown and nurtured in our member's gardens, plus grown-in-our-own greenhouse heirloom vegetables, blossoming hanging baskets, herbs annuals and planted containers

Save the date: the Hanover Garden Club Plant Sale is Saturday, May 18! Attention gardeners! The Hanover Garden Club Plant Sale is Saturday, May 18, 9AM-noon (rain or shine). Garden Club Shed, Pine Knoll Cemetery, Route 10, Hanover NH. Shop early for best selection. You’ll find containers planted with a variety of colorful flowers plus, flowering hanging baskets, heirloom vegetables, herbs and flowering annuals grown in our greenhouse. Choose from a wide selection of perennials donated from garden club member’s personal gardens. There are plants for every spot in the garden, whether shady or sunny, plus plants to suit all garden styles from cottage to contemporary. The club’s knowledgeable gardeners will be on hand to answer gardening questions and assist in plant selection. Join the Garden Club on the day of the sale and receive a 10% discount on your purchases. Cash, checks & credit cards accepted. Proceeds fund the plant purchases for the eleven Hanover Town Gardens which are designed, planted and maintained by the Hanover Garden Club. The Hanover Garden Club, a 501(c)3 non-profit founded in 1936, serves the Upper Valley, with over 250 members from more than 25 local communities.

Date & Time

May 18, 2019

9:00AM - 12:00PM

Add to Calendar 05/18/201909:00 AM 05/18/201912:00 PM America/New_York Hanover Garden Club Plant Sale Save the date: the Hanover Garden Club Plant Sale is Saturday, May 18! Attention gardeners! The Hanover Garden Club Plant Sale is Saturday, May 18,... More info at www.hereinhanover.com/events/163237/hanover-garden-club-plant-sale Pine Knoll Cemetery Rt. 10 South Main St. , Hanover, NH 03755 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927

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Pine Knoll Cemetery Rt. 10 South Main St. Hanover 03755 NH US

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