Old Dutch Village Garden Club Plant And Bake Sale May 20th in Red Hook

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Home Stager with HouseSetters Home Staging Services

Yes--we are most definitely looking for those May flowers after all this rain! It sounds like Red Hook New York is going to be on the map with a flower sale! Let's hope that the skies cooperate this weekend---lots of soggy yards and too wet to mow lawns--makes this home stager an unhappy camper!!

Original content by Jennifer Fivelsdal 10491201242

Each year the Old Dutch Village Garden Club hold an annual plant and bake sale, so come out and get some new  and interesting plants for your garden.

This year the sale will be on May 20th at 9:00 AM in the Memorial Park in Red Hook.  The plants comes from the gardens of the members of the club.   Proceeds from the sale is used to fund projects such as a scholarship to a Red Hook High School Senior.

The members of the club take great pride in their gardens so you won't be disappointed with your purchase.  Many come year after year to get plants at a very reasonable cost.

One year I contributed Pulmonaria to the sale, and it was a big hit so this year I will bring a few plants again.  Pulmonaria is a perennial that love shade and partial sun, it multiples and is one of the first plant to greet you with flowers in the early spring.   I also like the fact it produces both blue and pink flowers.

Pulmonaria

I hope to see you there!


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Jennifer Fivelsdal - JFIVE HOMES REALTY LLC - 845-758-6842- jennifer@jfivehomes.com

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Jennifer Fivelsdal
JFIVE Home Realty LLC | 845-758-6842|162 Deer Run Rd Red Hook NY 12571 - Rhinebeck, NY
Mid Hudson Valley real estate connection

Linda thanks for the reblog.   The event was a success, the plants were gone in no time.  My Pulmonarias found new homes.

Jun 06, 2011 04:49 PM
Anonymous
Linda Esposito

My pleasure! I'm a gardener too--I'm always looking for interesting deer-resistant plants. Our home backs up to the Catskill Preserve so deer are plentiful and always looking to snack. I try not to have anything in the gardens that might encourage them!

Jun 06, 2011 11:33 PM
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