Knox-Lincoln Plant Sale & Fair


Community Happenings
Union Fairgrounds
Fairgrounds Lane, Union, ME 04862
Hildy Ellis
info@knox-lincoln.org
www.knox-lincoln.org
May 04, 2013
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Native Virginia rose is beautiful, fragrant, and an excellent choice for wildlife and buffer plantings.

Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District
Spring Plant Sale & Fair
at Union Fairgrounds
Sat, May 4, 9-3
Sun, May 5, 10-2
Don’t miss this event! In addition to a fabulous selection of fruit trees and berries, native trees, shrubs, and organically grown native perennials, Saturday’s sale includes exhibits, demonstrations, and talks:

Ask the Experts - these folks will be on hand to answer your questions:

  • 10-11am    Pollinators  with Amy Campbell of Knox Lincoln County Beekeepers
  • 11-noon     Fruit Tree Pruning with Cheryl Denz of Terra Optima Farm
  • 12-12:30    Native Perennials with Pete Bickford of Rebel Hill Farm

And, we are proud to present:

  • Medomak 4-H Bake Sale
  • Thomaston Grammar School Garden Seed Sale
  • Midcoast Audubon Nest Box Sale
  • Knox-Lincoln County Beekeepers observation hive
  • Knox-Lincoln SWCD native bee nesting block raffle
  • Take home guides for planting and maintaining your plants
  • Lots more displays by local organizations.

All plants are available for pre-order and cash-and-carry.*Cash & Carry native perennials available on Saturday only.*

Order forms, plant catalog, online ordering and a complete list of Saturday events and exhibits  at www.knox-lincoln.org/spring-plant-sale/.