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Community organizations benefit from Down to Earth plant sale

Plants like this early blooming Fuchsia Marcia will be for sale at the Down to Earth plant sale.
Plants like this early blooming Fuchsia Marcia will be for sale at the Down to Earth plant sale. Christina Relich

A host of plants — including herbs, fruits, vegetables, native species, perennials, wildflowers, grasses, hostas, shrubs, trees, annuals and container gardens — are available at the Down to Earth Garden Club plant sale.

The sale takes place from 9 a.m. to noon on May 13 at Woodland Christian Church, 530 E. High St., Lexington.

Club members grow and donate plants for the annual sale which is a community fundraiser, too.

In past years proceeds from the sale have benefited a variety of organizations including Habitat for Humanity; the Florence Crittenton Home; Chrysalis House; Floracliff Nature Sanctuary; Seed Leaf Community Garden; Raven Run Nature Sanctuary; Wolf Run; Green Acres Community Garden; Lower Howard’s Creek Nature Preserve; Women’s Garden at Wellington Park and the Ashland-Henry Clay Estate.

The sale will be held rain or shine.

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