Native plants are good to grow for their adaptability and low maintenance. The Douglas County Master Gardeners will be selling native plants on Saturday, June 4th. The sale runs from 9AM to 1PM at the Extension office at 2110 Harper in the Douglas County Fairgrounds. There will be 21 varieties for sale. These plants are pollinator and bee friendly, and are grown by Applied Ecological Services, a neonicotinoid free facility. Single plants cost $4, or three for $10. Follow this link to see a list of plants; http://tinyurl.com/dgcomg-plantsale
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