DeKalb County, GA – DeKalb Cooperative Extension has opened its ninth Annual Plant Sale and will be accepting orders from Feb. 8 through March 31, a press release says.
The one-day pick-up is Saturday, April 10, at the DeKalb Cooperative Extension Office.
Due to the pandemic, all orders will be handled either by mail or phone call, and order pick-up will be done contact-free.
Several varieties are available to choose from including azaleas, hydrangeas, drift roses, muscadines, blackberries and many more.
In addition, DeKalb County Extension ANR agents will offer a virtual information session on the plants featured in the plant sale. The virtual education session will be Wednesday, March 3, from 6 to 7 p.m. The session will be taught via Zoom and registration is required. To register, use the following link visit the DeKalb Extension website: https://ugeorgia.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7QyefO0baqdHUkm.
DeKalb Extension is committed to helping residents realize and understand the role they play in the beautification and sustainability of their own neighborhoods. All funds from the sale will be used to strengthen programming and provide professional development for Extension and 4-H agents and staff.
For more information about ordering plants or to learn more about other programs and services, contact the DeKalb County Cooperative Extension Office at 404-298-4080, or visit www.ugaextension.com/dekalb.
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