DECATUR, Ill. – Plant with a purpose this year by shopping the annual Master Gardener Plant Sale, which supports community volunteer projects. From 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, May 4, shoppers can browse hundreds of varieties of plants at the Macon County Fairgrounds, 3700 N. Westlawn Ave., Decatur.

The sale will have a wide variety of plants fit for every space from houseplants to large landscapes. Offerings include annuals, perennials, flowers, shade-friendly hosta varieties, vegetable plants, heirloom tomato plants and a diverse selection of herbs, air plants and succulents. The Glacier’s Edge master naturalists also will be selling plants that are native to Central Illinois.

Master gardeners will be available throughout the sale for plant consultations. Shop early for the best selection of plants and great deals.

Proceeds from this event support volunteer community gardening projects, a college scholarship and scholarships for master gardener training. For more information, contact Vasthi Schwarz at the Extension office, 217-877-6042, or vasthis@illinois.edu.

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