The Easton Garden Mart Is Back with a Twist

“Gardens and flowers have a way of bringing people together, drawing them from their homes.” — Clare Ansberry

Garden Mart is a tradition here at the Easton Garden Club. This year we will continue this Easton tradition with an on-line only plant sale with curbside pickup at the Easton Public Library on Saturday, May 8.

We will be spot-lighting one of our favorite local neighbors and his certified organic herbs — Sal Gilbertie of Gilbertie’s Organics. We will also be highlighting our Easton Pollinator Pathway project, selling hard-to-find locally grown and harvested native ecotype plant seeds in the form of garden truffles to help you attract pollinators to your gardens and planters.

Link for orders:
https://www.eastongardenclubofct.org/online-garden-mart-2021

The Easton Garden Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit. We use our funding to give back to Easton’s community through outreach, beautification, and conservation.

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