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Going Green: Plant Sale at Expo Center

With cold temperatures behind us, people are putting on the gloves and heading outdoor to start planting.&nbsp; But you don't have to be a Master Gardner to have pretty plants.<br><img src="http://bigcountryhomepage.com/images/Multi_Media/bigcountryhomepage/nxd_media/img/jpg/2011_01/d13e1e1c-6d02-ffe4-85f2-fb27808b4338/raw.jpg">
The Big Country Master Gardners (BCMG) are work hard to get ready for this season's plant sale and they have something for everyone. 

"Well we will have over 470 varieties of roses, shrubs, perennials, vines and herbs." Said Kathy Feagan of BCMG.

The sale taking place at the expo center will focus on low maintenance plants. 

"One of the things we are going for is sustainable plants so we brought in a lot of native plants that are good in this environment." Said Terry Coffmann

This way, you can have an extra green garden. 

 "No herbicides, no fertilizer. Just letting mother nature take its course. " Said Kathy Feagan.

But if that sounds overwhelming and your not sure what you should plant the sale will have workshops and Master Gardner to help with any questions. 

"It doesn't do ay good to sell something without telling someone how to keep it alive." Said Terry Coffmann.

The plant sale is free admissions and is going on at the Expo Center this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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