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Nashua Garden Club Annual Plant Sale

Date/Time

May 17, 2014
08:00 AM

Description

The Nashua Garden Club will hold its annual plant sale on the grounds of the Nashua Historical Society at the top of Library Hill in downtown Nashua.  There will be hundreds of beautiful perennials to choose from as well as annuals, herbs and vegetable plants, house plants, ground covers, hostas, etc.

You can buy raffle tickets for a chance to win a beautiful themed gift basket and there will be home-baked goods for sale.  Proceeds from the plant sale are used to support the club's programs and make charitable donations within the community.  The event is held rain or shine. 

Cost

Free

Location

View map Nashua Historical Society
5 Abbott St.
Nashua, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Nashua Garden Club & Nashua Historical Society

Phone

603-888-5064

Contact name

Lois Scotto

Contact email

plantlady5064@comcast.net

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