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Buy plants, support horticulture education

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The annual Haywood County Extension Master Gardener Plant Sale is now underway, with orders due pre-paid by Friday, March 8. 

The sale offers edibles like berries and asparagus and hard-to-find native plants including pollinator-attracting perennials at exceptional prices. Edibles will be available for pickup on Saturday, April 13, and native plants will come in Thursday, May 16. Plant pickup will be drive-thru, with no need to get out of the car. Proceeds fund education-related horticulture projects in Haywood County.

Order forms are available online at or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. They’re also in physical form at the Haywood County Cooperative Extension Office on Raccoon Road in Waynesville. 828.456.3575.

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