With a new season come changes around the home. Maybe you’ve realized that you’re in need of some new decor, namely some new plants. If that’s the case you’re going to want to head over to the Volunteer Park Conservatory this weekend because their fall plant sale is on!
The fall plant sale is the conservatory’s biggest fundraiser of the year. And unlike last year, this awesome sale is back in person. So you can browse plants to your heart’s content all while supporting the city’s stunning historical greenhouse.
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At this sale, you’ll be able to purchase houseplants and tropicals for any home or apartment—small. You can also browse an assortment of rare and exotic cacti and succulents from The Cascade Cactus and Succulent Society. And if you happen to be a member of the conservatory you’ll receive 15% off and a free gift with any plant purchase.
Now maybe you’re a bit hesitant about bringing a new plant into your life because you have a tendency to kill them. Have no fear because the Volunteer Park Conservatory experts will help you find the perfect plant for your home’s conditions and your maintenance level. Or if you have a green thumb in your life, you can always snag a sweet gift for them.
If you’d like to learn more about the sale or check it out you can click below. Remember this is only happening this weekend so don’t miss out!
Volunteer Park Conservatory Fall Plant Sale
When: September 1tth & 12th
Where: 1400 E Galer St
Cost: Free to browse, Plant prices vary
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