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Native Plant Sale Continues Until Sept. 6

Sale is open until September 6
Online sale, pick up in person on September 12
Bagley Pond Perennials and McLane Center

Fall is a great time to refresh and enhance your garden with native plants! Bagley Pond Perennials is hosting an online Native Plant Sale to benefit to the McLane Center Pollinator Garden. The two-week event will take place on the Bagley Pond website. People interested in purchasing native plants for their gardens can do so online, followed by a scheduled pickup at NH Audubon’s McLane Center on September 12, from 12-4pm.

Photo: Cardinal Flower (Diane De Luca)

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