GTC Annual Plant Sale + Gardener’s Gathering: May 11th 9-1pm

 Gardening The Community’s Annual Spring Plant Sale!  

Dear GTC Friends,
 GTC is proud to announce our Annual Spring Plant Sale!
When: Saturday, May 11
Where: 256 Hancock St. Garden
Please join us in our annual Spring Plant Sale Event, happening this year rain or shine in conjunction with the Springfield Food Policy Council’s Gardeners’ Gathering (see below for more details).
There will be workshops on how to build a raised bed and how to jump start your backyard or container garden, sign-ups for GTC EATS!, and a work day. So don’t forget to bring your gloves, water bottle and a lunch and help us prepare beds, weed and plant.
Get your hands dirty and join the fun!
You can pre-order flowers, vegetable plants, herbs and more for spring through fall gardening at INCREDIBLE savings!! Perfect for Mother’s Day.  For a full selection, you must order and pay ahead of time. You will pick up on Saturday, May 11, at 256 Hancock St.
To pre-order your plants have the order form sent to you via email: We will also have a more limited selection of plants for sale on May 11 – first come, first serve. DEADLINE FOR ADVANCE ORDERS IS SUNDAY, MAY 5!!!
  You can print out the order form and mail it with your payment to:

 Gardening the Community
PO Box 90774
Springfield,MA 01139


Email us your order form at:

(and mail your check or credit card info to the above address)

Please make checks payable to:
Gardening the Community

For further information contact Gardening the Community:
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Gardening the Community is proud to host the
Springfield Food Policy Council’s:

Gardeners’ Gathering

When: Saturday, May 11th

 Where: Gardening the Community
256 Hancock St.
Springfield, MA

 Come learn how to do Urban Agriculture!
Backyard and Balcony Gardeners
Experienced and New Gardeners
All Are Welcome!

 Workshops Offered:
How to Jump Start Your Garden
How to Build a Raised Bed
How to Start and Organize a Community Garden

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