Visit the annual Oakhurst Community Garden plant sale in Decatur to start your organic vegetable garden!

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My neighbors and I will be planting our organic vegetable garden from the sale this year!

Click here for information on the 2010 Oakhurst Plant Sale!

For the fourth year in a row, the Oakhurst Community Garden plant sale will supply Decatur residents with organic vegetable plants for our gardens, including varieties of heirloom tomatoes (over 100 varieties of tomatoes!), eggplants, peppers, herbs, etc. as well as a number of native flowers and shrubs.

  • When: April 11th, 2009 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Where: the Oakhurst Community Garden (map it!)
  • Bonus! Preview party for garden members is April 10th from 6-8 p.m.

Can’t make it to get your organic seedlings on April 11th? Don’t worry! The Oakhurst Community Garden plant sale actually runs year round! How does that work? You can swing by the garden anytime from dawn to dusk and pick out your desired plants from the front yard of the house. Just leave exact cash or a check made out to “OCGP” in the locked mailbox next to the front office door. The garden gnomes will check it daily, sometimes twice!

Prices for plants in the year-round sale are as follows:

  • 4-Packs – $2
  • 4″ pots – $2
  • 1-gallon pots – $5
  • 3-gallon pots – $8

Easy enough! And while you’re at the Oakhurst Community Garden plant sale, check out their big rain barrels on the side of the building that they use to water the entire garden! And take a few minutes to wander through the individual plots of plants and vegetables lovingly maintained by Oakhurst and Decatur residents.

Want to get involved? Click here for membership and volunteer opportunites with the garden!

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  1. [...] two people to help water and weed – and eat the pluthera of tomatoes to come. After a visit to the Oakhurst Community Garden plant sale last weekend, we are on tap to plant longneck squash, green onions, swiss chard, cow peas, [...]



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