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Mostly Native Plant Sale




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April 2, 2014 | 3,734 views | Post a comment

Gardeners and nature lovers will have a chance to beautify their landscapes and attract birds and other wildlife during the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm’s 24th annual Mostly Native Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 5, at the Kendall County Fairgrounds at 1307 River Road in Boerne.

Beautiful, healthy, and hardy shrubs, vines, flowers, and trees -- as well as garden tools, nature-inspired art, books, bird nesting boxes, and more -- will be for sale from a wide variety of vendors. Vegetable gardeners also will find herbs and vegetable varieties that thrive in our region. The event also will feature live music, a butterfly demonstration garden, and a farmers market.

Admission is $5 per vehicle, with proceeds to support nature center programs.
 

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