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“He who plants a garden plants happiness.” – Chinese Proverb

April marks the beginning of spring. The garden is alive with pollinating insects, and it is time for gardeners in Collin County to plant many vegetables, herbs, annuals, and perennials to give them a chance to establish before the heat of summer sets in. Another sure sign of spring is The Plant Sale, presented by The Collin County Master Gardeners Association (CCMGA). And, savvy gardeners know the CCMGA Plant Sale offers some of the best plants, at the best prices!

The 13th Annual Plant Sale will once again be held at beautiful Myers Park and Event Center in McKinney, Texas on Saturday, April 9 from 9 a.m.– 3 p.m.. Attendees can expect to find hundreds of varieties of beautiful plants recommended by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension that will include annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, roses, vegetables, herbs, and grasses that thrive in sun, part-sun, and shade. There will also be an opportunity to tour the research and demonstration gardens. Collin County Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions, and offer timely tips to help homeowners plant with confidence and success.

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Purchase these proven performers by cash, check, or credit card (Visa or MasterCard only). Bringing your own cart or wagon is encouraged. Children ages 5 and up can participate in environmentally friendly activities at the Children’s Discovery Area.

Mark your calendar and come to the 13th Annual Plant Sale! The plant sale will be held indoors, rain or shine, hot or cold inside the Stall Barn at Myers Park located at 7117 County Road 166, McKinney, Texas 75071.

To find out more about the plant sale visit ccmgatx.org or call the CCMGA Information Center at 972.548.4232.

13th ANNUAL PLANT SALE

When: Saturday, April 9, 9 a.m.– 3 p.m.

Where: Stall Barn at Myers Park, 7117 County Road 166, McKinney, Texas 75071

Cost: Entrance is free