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Plant Sale Fundraiser - The Greenhouse Project

The Greenhouse Project is hosting a month long plant sale to support it mission of affordable and free education for the community. The sale kicks off on Mother’s Day weekend and runs through June 3rd.

The month-long event will include the sale of heirloom and organic vegetable and herb seedlings, hanging baskets, porch pots, bedding plants, succulents, and annuals. Hours are Fri., Sat., Sun. 10-3 pm, Thursdays 3-6 pm.

The Greenhouse Project is located in the James Barrett McNulty Greenhouse, 200 Arthur Ave., Scranton, PA in Nay Aug Park. Jane Risse, Executive Director of The Greenhouse Project, commented, “Purchasing plants and hanging baskets support community programs and keeps our doors open.

The community gets beautiful healthy locally grown plants. We use the proceeds to teach people how to grow and enjoy fresh produce, connecting food to health which prevents disease through diet and lifestyle changes, and to support several community gardens which provide fresh produce to local food banks and feed over 30 families.” For more information email info@scrantongreenhouse.org.

(Information from Jane Risse)


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