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JDRF 9th Annual Fundraiser Perennial Plant Sale

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JDRF 9th Annual Fundraiser Perennial Plant Sale

Time: May 16, 2015 from 8am to 2pm
Location: Hamilton (West Mountain) L9C 4T1
Street: 199 Cranbrook Drive
City/Town: Hamilton (West Mountain) L9C 4T1
Website or Map: http://www.arcadiandaylilies.…
Event Type: jdrf, 9th, annual, fundraiser, perennial, plant, sale
Organized By: Nancy Thompson & Sandy Carlton
Latest Activity: Mar 27, 2015

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Over a thousand plants including perennials, tropicals, and native plants.  Dought Tolerant plants for todays water conscious gardeners, proven performers that have thrived in area gardens and Shade Loving plants that can even tolerate competing with tree roots

 

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