Eureka Sequoia Garden Club is holding its third annual plant and garage sale on June 18


This is a press release from the Eureka Sequoia Garden Club:

Members of the Eureka Sequoia Garden Club are preparing for Saturday. June 18 Plant and garage sale. [Photo Credit: Karen Burgesser]

Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 18 for the third annual plant and garage sale by the Eureka Sequoia Garden Club. Open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the corner of Hayes and P streets in Eureka, the sale features a wide variety of locally propagated plants, selected and grown by members, that grow well in this area. Find those plants you didn’t know you needed!

In addition to plants, there will be a good selection of garden accessories available. Check out plant supports, trellises, garden stakes and 5 gallon containers. There’s an assortment of used pots, tools and garden art and a gas-powered cultivator that will help you prepare your garden for crops or gardening. It’s time to offer the last minute gift for Father’s Day.

A special event this year will be the opportunity to talk to a master gardener about all your gardening problems. Master Gardeners have been trained through the UC Master Gardener program at UC Davis. Come to the sale and find your fellow gardeners.

The Garden Club, a designated non-profit organization, will use the proceeds to support its education, scholarship, tree planting for Arbor Day and public service programs.

For more information about the Eureka Sequoia Garden Club, its activities and monthly programs, contact President Karen Burgesser, 707-845-4376 and [email protected]

The Eureka Sequoia Garden Club, founded in 1967, is a member of the California Garden Clubs, Inc. and the Humboldt District, California Garden Clubs, Inc. Its objectives are to create and promote interest in horticulture, gardening and floral and landscape design; encourage and engage in civic beautification and roadside improvements; to help protect California’s native plants, wildlife and natural beauty; and to promote and participate in projects and programs that preserve our natural resources.



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