Cooler Temps Brings Another Plant Sale to the Oracle Community Learning Garden

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We’re loving the cooler temps! Summer crops are winding down, and our Oracle Community Learning Garden volunteers have been busily growing fall vegetables and herbs for our fall plant sale. This is a major fundraiser for the Garden, and buying your fall plant starts from us will help us continue to grow. All are locally and organically grown.

  You can shop in person at the Garden, 1034 E. Mt. Lemmon Hwy., on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 2 and 3, from 7-11 a.m. and from 4-6 p.m. each day. Gardeners will be there to answer your questions. Please observe social distancing and wear a face covering since the plant sale will be inside our hoop houses.

  Check out our Fall Planting Guide that has a picture of each variety that we are selling, with information about them. It’s on our website www.oraclegardening.com.

  Questions? Get answers by sending an email to oraclegardening@gmail.com.

  We look forward to seeing you soon! We’d love to talk with you about your garden. Of course, all are welcome to stop by any time – the gate is always open!

Sale Information

  Plants in 3 1/4″ pots are $3.50 and six and four packs are $4 each. You can place an order and pay online through our website – www.oraclegardening.com, and PayPal.

  We hope to see you soon for our plant sale and general plant talk. But all are welcome to stop by any time – the gate is always open!

A rendering of the Oracle Community Garden by Kate Horton.

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