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Time To Kick Off Spring At The Annual S-D Garden Club Flower Sale May 14th

Staff Report<br /> <br /> Despite the recent cold and wet weather, spring is here and that means soon those beautiful flowers will be popping up all around town for everyone to enjoy.<br /> <br /> One local group that is always working hard to make Saugatuck and Douglas the pictureperfect places for enjoying a springtime visit is the Saugatuck-Douglas Garden Club.<br /> <br /> Once again, garden club members are standing by to help anyone interested in beautifying their home or business with its annual plant sale.<br /> <br /> This year’s spectacular event will be held Saturday, May 14 from 9a. m. to 1 p.m. in the gardens at the Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society’s Old School House on Center Street in Douglas.<br /> <br /> Green-thumbed gardeners will find an incredible variety of herbs, annuals and tomato plants straight from the popular JW Greenhouse located in Holland.<br /> <br /> Never ones to let an off-season scoot buy without preparing for the following spring, garden club members say they began dividing and transplanting a wide selection of popular and beautiful perennials last summer and fall to sell to flower lovers on May 14.<br /> <br /> Need a place to put those wonderful plants once you purchase them? <br /> <br /> Saugatuck-Douglas Garden Club members have you covered on that as well.<br /> <br /> A limited number of planters, large and small, for your patio or deck will be available for purchase and will just be just right whether you want your flowers in direct sunlight or in deep shade.<br /> <br /> Need some special advice for those hard-to-grow plants?<br /> <br /> Come on over to the sale and receive free advice from any one of the gardening experts on hand.<br /> <br /> You won’t be able to miss them; they’ll be the ones wearing red scarves, blue slacks, white shirts and stylish straw hats!<br /> <br /> Another great thing about these generous garden club members?<br /> <br /> Money raised from the sale will be used for scholarships given each year to two area seniors who will be attending college and studying horticulture or a related field.<br /> <br /> Everyone is welcome to come on down to the Old School House in Douglas for this colorful and fun event!<br /> <br /> And nobody will mind if you come wearing your own special straw hat as you peruse the wonderful selection of spring flowers.<br />

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