Plant sale this weekend in Comox

Mark May 25 on your calendar for the Glacier Grannies' fifth annual plant sale at the Comox United Church parking lot.

Mark May 25 on your calendar for the Glacier Grannies’ fifth annual plant sale at the Comox United Church parking lot at the corner of Comox Avenue and Beach Drive.

At the sale, from 9 to 11:30 a.m., you will find the usual wide selection of perennials, shrubs and hanging baskets, as well as herbs and tomatoes, including heritage varieties.

Master gardeners will be in attendance to answer any questions.

After you are loaded down with your purchases, feel free to browse the craft display featuring AIDS angels and painted garden rocks and to enjoy a relaxing snack in the tea and coffee corner.

All money raised at this event will go to the Stephen Lewis Foundation to support community organizations in  African countries hardest hit by the AIDS pandemic.

— Glacier Grannies

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