Wylde Center holding its Fall Plant sale

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 2, 2016
Photo provided by the Wylde Center.

Photo provided by the Wylde Center.

Fall gardeners take note.

The Wylde Center’s Fall Plant Sale has begun. It began on Sept. 1 and ends Oct. 15. It’s being held at the Oakhurst Garden, located at 435 Oakview Road in Decatur.

“Numerous varieties of lettuce, Asian greens, arugula, kale, Swiss chard and other cool season edible plants will be offered on a first come, first served basis,” the announcement from the Wylde Center says. “All of the vegetables have been propagated by the Wylde Center’s horticulture staff, while many of the other plants offered for sale will be provided by local growers and partner organizations. Proceeds from the sale benefit the numerous educational offerings at the Wylde Center and help support the Atlanta non-profit organization’s five public greenspaces.”

The announcement adds, “The Plant Sale operates on a self-serve, honor system from sunup to sundown each day. All prices are clearly marked, and customers are asked to please deposit either cash or a check made out to the Wylde Center for their purchase total through the dropbox in the front door.  Credit cards are accepted during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.”

The non-profit Wylde Center is in charge of five greenspaces and holds educational programs year-round.


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