Posted on | May 8, 2012 | No Comments
On June 2nd at the library, The Carroll County Altrusa and The Friends of Cook Memorial Library are holding a perennial plant sale to help support our
organizations. If you divide your favorite perennials, why not donate some of your extras to the sale? It’s easy. Pot them, label them and drop them off at Robinson Company on Chinook Trail in Tamworth (268 Chinook Trail) or call Diane at 387-7395 or Sue at 917-836-8234 for pickup.
Your plants will go to good homes and help beautify Tamworth and of course support two good causes. Please do label the pots with whatever information you can give us (name, color, sun/shade). Popsicle sticks are good for labeling. We have some for
you at the library. And if you can pot the plants by mid May, they will have a chance to adjust to their new environment before the sale.
An don’t forget to come to the Book and Perennial Sale on Saturday, June 2nd, 9 am to 1 pm. You can replace the perennials you potted up with new and different ones from another gardener in town.
There will also be a raffle with lots of great items: a Garden Items Gift Basket by Judy Taylor, Handmade Granny Squares Throw by Barbara Kennett, American Horticultural Society Gardening Encyclopedia, a Mug & Gift Certificate – coffee for 30 days @ Tamworth Lyceum, a Hanging Basket from GrowGood Greenhouses, a $25 Gift Certificate for Perennials from Bearcamp Garden, 3 Rose Bushes from Designed Gardens, a $25 Gift Certificate from GrowGood Greenhouses, a 2-gal. Garden Sprayer from Indian Mound Hardware, and a Gift Certificate of 2 Dinners for price of 1 from the Daley Café at The Other Store.