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Rowan County Cooperative Extension plant sale going on now

By Laura Allen

Rowan County 4-H Agent

Now is the perfect time to be planning some additions to your home landscape. Luckily for you, it’s also time for the Rowan County Cooperative Extension Spring Plant Sale.

For this plant sale, we have decided to add some new items to our sale list, along with items traditionally offered. Plants available for purchase in one-gallon containers for $10 each include bunch grapes, blueberries, blackberries, muscadines, goji berries, figs and pomegranates.

The following fruit trees will be available in five-gallon containers for $25 each: persimmon, plum, apple, peach and pear. Plants are adapted to the Piedmont growing conditions and will be perfect for your yard or farm.

You can view the plant sale item list, descriptions and prices at https://rowan.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/01/rowan-county-cooperative-extension-plant-sale/. You may also pick up a flyer at the Extension office.

The plant sale is pre-order only. Orders can be placed online at go.ncsu.edu/2019springplantsale or by calling the Extension office at 704-216-8970. Orders are due by Thursday, Feb. 28.

Plant pick up is Thursday, March 7 from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at Rowan County Cooperative Extension. You must pay at pick-up using cash or check made out to Rowan CES.

If you have questions regarding the plant sale varieties offered or have other planting questions, please call the Extension office at 704-216-8970.

Rowan County Cooperative Extension is located at 2727-A Old Concord Road Salisbury, NC 28146.

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