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Plant sale runs on Sept. 13

SALEM - The Elora and Salem Hor­ti­cultural Society’s annual plant sale is on Sept.13 from 8am until about 10am. Plants at this sale usually sell fast.

The sale is at the old Salem schoolhouse (across from the Esso station on the corner of County Road 7).

The society and other community members have been busy dividing their perennials for the sale.

Dona­tions are always welcome.

In particular, there will be iris, day lilies, Shasta daisies and many more perennials. For the best selection, be sure to arrive at 8am.

All proceeds go to helping keep the town green. For more information, contact Gina at 519-846-2496.


Vol 41 Issue 35


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