Long Grove-Kildeer Garden Club’s Plant Sale is MUCH MORE

Sorry- You Missed it.  We’ll be back with more plants and art in 2018.  Look for us the weekend  AFTER Mother’s Day (or May 19-20 to be exact).

4 Great Opportunities in 1: Plants, Art, Garden Decor, and Gardening Books!

Mark your calendar for May 20 and 21

2 Serious buyers picking their favoritesIt’s not too early to start thinking of spring gardening. May brings with it a plethora of plant sales, but this one stands out. This year shoppers can take advantage of four distinct garden-related offerings.

  • Foremost are the hundreds of perennial plants grown in members’ gardens. These are tried and true performers for our local soil and climate. Also available will be varieties of milkweed, an essential plant for the survival of the monarch butterfly (and an attraction for other butterflies as well). For your palate, choose from heirloom tomato varieties. All plants are at bargain prices.
    4 Botanic artists poster sample
  • A longtime partner group, the Reed-Turner Botanic Artists, will have wonderful originals, prints, cards and more. All feature botanical themes. The members of this group have won numerous awards and are regularly featured in regional exhibits. These works will brighten your home year round and all are priced reasonably.  This specialized art makes great gifts for your favorite gardener (and for yourself).
  • Every garden needs more than just plants. 3 Young gardenerGarden decor, whether to place in the actual garden or to display on walls of garden sheds or patios, helps to focus attention and can set apart different garden beds or borders. The Club will have a variety of items that may be just perfect for your outdoor spaces. All of these items are offered at very affordable prices ($15 or less).
  • New this year is a gardening book sale. Members have donated new, gently used, and some well-thumbed historic volumes. There are offerings for everyone from the beginning gardener to in-depth specialty volumes on specific plant families. These books will help brighten up your green thumb.Garden books (2)

Come out and see for yourself. The event is at the Reed-Turner Nature Center, 3849 Old McHenry Rd in Long Grove. Dates are May 20, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. and May 21 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is indoors and will be held rain or shine. For additional information, contact Kathy at 847-487-6985 or kathymichas33@gmail.com.