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At the CWFFA Native Plant Sale, you'll find an impressive selection of native plants, including colorful flowers, ornamental grasses, shrubs, and trees. Agriculture department staff and Bill Hofmann, owner of Keystone Wildflowers, will be on hand to provide expert advice and guidance, helping you choose the perfect plants for your specific needs and preferences.

Event details: ● Date: May 20th, 8am-2pm

● Location: CWHS Greenhouse (44 Big Spring Road, Robesonia, PA 19551)

● Huge selection of native plants, including flowers, grasses, shrubs, and trees

● A limited assortment of vegetable and herb plants

● Free native tree giveaway

● Payment options: Cash and checks (made to CWFFA) accepted

Programs are open to the public as listed:

(1) Location: West Lawn United Methodist Church

(The He Brews Cafe, located in the church basement)

15 Woodside Ave., West Lawn, PA 19609 Link to Google Map

(2) Virtual: to attend a virtual program, send an email request, about one week in advance of the program date, to the Pennsylvania Heartland Herb Society

Please identify the date and program title.

You'll be sent an email invitation with a link to GoToMeeting.

Programs begin at 9:30.

Thursday, October 20, 2022 - "Herbs in Art" presented by Barbara Post.

Location #1 - West lawn United Methodist Church

Thursday, November 17, 2022 - "A Beekeeper's Year" presented by Pennsylvania Heartland Herb Society member Kim Brown.

Location #1 - West lawn United Methodist Church

Thursday, January 19, 2023 - Virtual-only. "Decorating with Herbs" presented by Mary Hammer, St. Louis Herb Society

Saturday, February 18, 2023 - Virtual-only. "Why do you call a plant an herb?" Presented by Elizabeth Kennel, past president of the Philadelphia Unit, Herb Society of America.

Thursday, March 16, 2023 - "A New Twist on Classic Mediterranean Herbs" presented by Debbie Hartman.

Location #1 - West lawn United Methodist Church

Recently our members studied the Sempervivum family of herbal succulent plants at a greenhouse. Following the study, we created fall centerpieces with pumpkins and herbs.

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