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Spring Plant Sale
March 14 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Aransas/San Patricio Master Gardeners will hold their annual Spring Plant Sale, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 14 at Coastal Oaks Garden located behind the Aransas AgriLife Building at 892 Airport Road, Rockport, TX. Extra parking will be available at the transfer station.
We will have native and adapted annuals, perennials, herbs, hanging baskets, and trees for sale. There will also be tools, horticultural books, and other items available to purchase. Customers may purchase items by check, cash or credit card.
You will also be able to pick up a copy of our free publication “In Our Coastal Garden” that contains information about gardening and plants that do well in the Coastal Bend. A new feature this year is a bucket raffle with a multitude of items still being donated.
The annual Spring Plant Sale is a great event for residents who want the tools to start or improve their garden and are wanting to find native plants. Master Gardeners are knowledgeable and eager to help create healthy and flourishing gardens in our communities. They will be on hand to share their expertise and skills with new gardeners as well as those who may have been gardening for years.
Our popular “Ask a Master Gardener” booth is the place to stop and ask gardening questions and help trouble-shoot home garden, lawn, tree and shrub problems. It is best to bring a sample of the problem plant to demonstrate its condition and to receive accurate and timely advice. Master Gardeners have a wealth of professional resources available to help them find the answers to your questions. If they do not have the answer that day, they will research it and get back with you in a timely manner.
In conjunction with the Aransas County AgriLife Extension, the Aransas/San Patricio Master Gardeners program wants to share horticultural information that is environmentally responsible and sustainable with the community. Master Gardeners answer horticultural questions from the public, speak to local groups, present monthly brown bag lectures, conduct workshops, create landscape designs for non-profits, work with youth at school gardens and write articles for local newspapers.