The Tennessee Garden Scene (events, vendors) forum: September events at a glance

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Imageknoxred
Aug 23, 2010 9:28 AM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
AIS Region 7 Fall Meeting, 2010, Louisville Area Iris Society, (Louisville, KY)

American Dahlia Society National Show, 44th Annual, Tennessee Dahlia Society and Southern States Dahlia Society, (Chattanooga)

Fall Festival & Plant Sale, 7th Annual, Crabtree Farms, (Chattanooga)

Fall Open House & Native Plant Sale, 2010, Reflection Riding Arboretum, (Chattanooga)

White County Agricultural Fair, 155th Annual, , (Sparta)



There is usually a September/fall plant sale at UT Gardens - Knoxville, but I haven't seen any information about it yet.
Imageknoxred
Sep 3, 2010 5:33 AM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
Another addition for next weekend:
Fall Lawn & Garden Extravaganza (Murfreesboro)
Imageknoxred
Sep 5, 2010 10:34 AM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
September 24, 25, 26:
American Rose Society Tenarky District Fall Convention (Memphis)
Imageknoxred
Sep 12, 2010 9:46 AM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
next Saturday, the 18th
"Fescue Grass Care and Management for the Mid-South" (Memphis)
Imageknoxred
Sep 12, 2010 9:52 AM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
following Saturday, the 25th
MBG Members-Only Fall Plant Sale (Memphis)

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