Apr 25 2003
Plants, flowers and gardeners at Milner


Spring has sprung and the grass is greening, which means it’s time for the annual Milner Gardens and Woodland plant sale.
It’s set to go this Saturday and Sunday at the upper parking lot of the gardens.
Guests can add a piece of the heritage gardens to their own backyard — all plants are grown at Milner Gardens and Woodland, and a wide variety will be on display to choose from.
Master gardeners will be on hand to offer advice and answer questions, and a “plant hotel” will be set up for guests.
Sale attendees who purchase plants, and then wish to tour the gardens can “check” their plants into the hotel and wander Milner Gardens and Woodland at their leisure.
A reduced admission of $5 to the heritage gardens is on, but during the sale only.
It happens from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both April 26 and 27, at Milner Gardens and Woodland. Call 752-8573 for information.


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