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Are you starting to dig in your garden?
Do you have plants you have outgrown?
Do you have plants that have outgrown their space?
The Nehalem Bay Garden Club can use them for our annual plant sale on May 7th. (And you can get new plants here for that space you have made at prices below commercial nurseries!)
If you do and you are able to dig and transport them, please bring them on Saturday, March 12 till 1:00pm to 43080 N Fork Rd (where N Fork Rd meets Hwy 53 and the site of our May sale.) There will be a tarp in the yard where you can put them. We will pot them up so you can bring them in plastic bags or other temporary shelter. You can also bring any pots you no longer want.
If you are not able to dig and/or transplant, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will figure out how to get your babies to give them a new home.
Proceeds from the Garden Club sale are given back to the community. In past years we have supported Alder Creek Farm, Hoffman Gardens, Food Roots, North County Food Bank, Nehalem Grade School garden, and Nehalem Bay United Methodist Church food pantry among others.
The Nehalem Bay Garden Club normally meets on the 4th Tuesday at 1:30 and we hope to start meeting again in person soon. Our main event is the annual plant and we have fun learning, getting our hands dirty, going on field trips (Covid permitting) and sharing stories, knowledge and food together all throughout the year. If you would like to join us please send an email to email@example.com