If you are ready to color your world this spring, Fairview High School FFA is excited to announce their annual FFA Plant Sale starts on Thursday, April 15.

According to the FHS release, “Students in the agriculture program have been working all year to plan for a successful sale.”

The Greenhouse Management class has been in charge of the plant selection, inventory management, wholesale ordering process, fertilization and watering schedules, and the general maintenance of the greenhouse.

Proceeds from the sale of the flowers, plants and hanging baskets will help support FFA including purchasing supplies for the classroom and funding future FFA contests and field trips.

The plant sale will be open to the public from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on days when school is in session. You can also purchase from the greenhouse this Saturday, April 17 from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

The sale runs through April 30 or until all plants are sold.

Shoppers are asked to park next to the greenhouse which is located between the school and football stadium. Everyone is asked to observe social distancing and wear a mask when shopping.

FFA Plant Sale Inventory

Hanging Baskets — Macho Ferns $15; Wave Petunia $10; Mixed greenery $10; Million Bells $10; Trailing Ivy Geraniums $10

Flats (32 plants) $15 – Impatiens, Begonias, Vinca, Gomphrena, Dracena Spikes, Coleus, Celosia, Dusty Miller, Marigolds, Petunias, Moss Roses

Quart-size containers $4 – Geraniums, Angel Wing Begonias, Dragon Wing Begonias

Vegetables $15 a flat or $3 a four-pack – Black Krim Tomatoes, Cherokee Purple Tomatoes

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