Perennial Plant Sale
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19th Annual SEWMG Perennial Plant Sale Schedule
Plans are underway to make this years’ Plant Sale a success. Dates have been set for various activities surrounding the Sale. Help is always welcomed and needed. No sign up is required! Throughout the Plant Sale Pot-a-thons and pre week, emails will be sent with current information and instructions for all activities. Plant Sale Orientation Meeting To be announced Milwaukee County UW-Extension (MCCE) 9501 W. Watertown Plank Road, Building A Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226-3552 If you are interested learning about the sale, have some good ideas or suggestions and want to become involved in the many activities required to make this Plant Sale a success, this meeting is the place to start. ‘Newbies’ are also invited and we look forward to seeing you at the meeting! Training/Orientation To be announced Milwaukee County UW-Extension (MCCE) 9501 W. Watertown Plank Road, Building A Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226-3552 Pickup of potting supplies Will be scheduled mid April 2014 Carlin Sales Corporation 8170 N. Granville Woods Road Milwaukee, WI
Recap from 2013 Plant Sale
The 2013 Plant Sale has not only provided SEWMG with funding for our 2012 activities but also provided many MGV’s with the opportunity to earn work hours while learning about the many perennials that we offer for sale. And we had fun! The 2013 Plant Sale is history, but the Plant Sale Committee is already planning for next year’s sale. It’s not too soon. Now, in fact, is a great time to tour your garden to determine which plants you might like to donate, which plants need to be divided, or which plants you might like to donate to make room for a more diverse garden. Take your digital camera with you and take good notes and draw maps. Make careful records of flower color and other specifics. Plants will not sell without knowing this information. We’re especially interested in named varieties (daylilies, hostas, iris, etc.). For 2014, there are three lists being provided: plants we really want, plants we want in limited quantities, or plants we really don’t want. “Kits” will again be provided next year (supplies for 48 plants). Plants received from these kits are an important part of the sale inventory. The committee is hoping these lists will help to guide your plant selections.
Pot-a-thon schedule 2014
Watch here for our schedule as it evolves.
We’re always looking for new gardens for our “potathons”. A crew of experienced master gardeners, guided by a member of the plant sale committee, would come to your garden and help you dig and divide your selected plants. If you wonder if you have enough plants to merit a potathon, call or email Patty Witt, or if you have other questions, don’t hesitate to call or email any member of the Plant Sale Committee listed below. We’d love to make a field trip to your garden. Patty Witt, email@example.com, 262-797-0719 Carla Magnus, firstname.lastname@example.org, 414-762-4967 Bill Shaffer, email@example.com, 414-257-0299 Ed Kraus, firstname.lastname@example.org, 414-529-1213 Diane Thieme, email@example.com 414-962-9892 Bonnie Paplham firstname.lastname@example.org 414-425-1503