Woods Hole Public Library to hold Annual Plant Sale
The Woods Hole Public Library’s Annual Plant Sale will be held on the Library lawn on Saturday, May 18th from 9AM to Noon, rain or shine. This eagerly anticipated annual event began in 1971 and from its humble beginnings has grown into a Woods Hole tradition and a healthy source of funds for the Library. It gives gardeners the opportunity to buy plants that are “tried and true”, ones that grow successfully in our climate. Local gardeners have been busy digging their robust perennials in preparation for the sale. In recent years, interesting flowers, herbs, and vegetables from commercial growers have augmented the local offerings, guaranteeing a ready supply of garden necessities like tomatoes, peppers and marigolds. The plants are reasonably priced thus making a beautiful garden affordable. Shoppers are encouraged to arrive near opening time so as not to be disappointed. The wide selection of perennials, annuals, vegetables, herbs and flowers sells quickly!
This year, clay pots and an assortment of “gently used” garden tools will also be available for purchase.
Proceeds from the sale will help in funding the Library’s many programs.
For more information, call the Library at 508 548 8961, visit the website at www.woodsholelibrary.org or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org