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Apr 8, 2011 1:16 PM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
PLANTAPALOOZA is in Athens tomorrow 4/9, 8am-2pm. Directions and parking information can be found here

http://www.ugatrialgardens.com/directions.html Please come out and support UGA Horticulture, Trial Gardens and the State Botanical Garden!



MILLEDGEVILLE: Lockerly Arboretum Annual Spring Plant Sale April 15 & 16. Friday (3 – 6 PM) & Saturday (9 AM – 2 PM), A wide variety of annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs will be available, including 20 varieties of antique roses. In case of sellouts, orders may be placed for later delivery. For more information, visit http://www.lockerly.org or contact Bradley Roberts at 478-452-2112.



Lawrenceville: 17th Annual Spring Plant Sale April 20 & 21 9am - 4pm Presented by Gwinnett Technical College

Environmental Horticulture Department Hanging Baskets , Bedding Plants, Herbs, Vegetables,

Coleus, Begonias, Petunias, Heuchera, Geraniums, Night Blooming Cereus & more. Meet the Authors

On April 20th during the plant sale, Gwinnett County Public Libraries will present Coach Vince Dooley, Erica Glasener, Jim Wilson and Jane Bath. Bring your books and get them signed while picking up something for the garden.

Gwinnett Technical College Greenhouse, 5150 Sugarloaf Parkway, Building 600,Lawrenceville, GA 30043

For more information: 678.226.6298, rtrimbl8855_at_student.gwinnetttech.edu



AUGUSTA: Pendleton King Park Plant Swap and Sale. Saturday, May 7, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Pendleton King Park Franke PavilionMaster Gardeners will be selling plants to fund improvement projects at Pendleton King Park. People wishing to donate plants for the fund-raising sale to benefit the park are invited to bring their plants to the PKP Franke Pavilion Friday, May 6 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Individuals or groups wishing to sell their own plants or garden related items provide their own set up and are required to donate 10 per cent of their sales to the park. Contact Kay Mills at 706 738-4321 (tkmills_at_knology.net) for more information.



DAHLONEGA: Georgia Mountains Master Gardeners (GMMG) Annual Garden Expo. May 21 and 22, 2011, 9 am - 4 pm Saturday and Sunday in conjunction with the Mountain Flower Arts Festival. Plant sale, children's activity, plant clinics, demonstrations, instructional programs, and wildflower walks and hypertufa container workshop. Hancock Park ,one block from the Dahlonega town square. The Art Festival will be held on the Square with a large number of juried artists displaying and selling their works of art. More information on the Festival and EXPO can be found at:

http://www.dahlonegaarts.org/fm/events/detail/id/13/ or

http://www.dahlonega.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=v...

Contact: Larry Krull, 706-216-6747, "Larry Krull" LDKrull_at_AOL.com.



This week on Your Southern Garden with Walter Reeves: Growing Blueberries in Containers, Transplanting Azaleas w/Hank Bruno, Dir. of Horticulture at Callaway Gardens, Butterflies in Your Garden, Azalea Leaf Gall. Airing Saturdays at noon & 6:30 pm on Georgia Public Broadcasting stations, YSG is a co-production of the University of Florida/IFAS and the University of Georgia, with sponsorship from the Scotts Company. http://www.yoursoutherngarden.com/

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