If it's football season, it's time to think about Christmas, right? The Mobile Master Gardeners' Christmas Greenery Sale will take care of all your decorating and much of your gift shopping in one event!
This year's sale will be Friday, November 30, and Saturday, De-cember 1, from 9 to 4 both days at the Mobile Botanical Gardens. There will be Fraser Fir wreaths from North Carolina, pine rope garlands, one-of-a-kind mailbox saddles, mantel toppers, table centerpieces, swags, bows, ribbon by the yard and bundles of home-grown greenery for do-it-yourself decorators.
Proceeds from the sale benefit our Education Fund, which provides learning opportunities for our community and a scholarship for an Auburn horticulture student from our area.
2012 Master Gardener Greenery Sale
(Pre-Order by November 16 for best selection)
Pre-Order form at: www.aces.edu/Mobile/mg
Friday, Nov. 30 and Sat, Dec. 1
9 am – 4 pm
Mobile Botanical Gardens
9 different greenery items, priced from $5 - $25:
Centerpieces, mantel toppers, mailbox saddles
14" and 24" Fraser Fir wreaths from NC family farm
Greenery bundles for DIY decorators
White Pine Rope Garland
For more information visit: www.aces.edu/Mobile/mg
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