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Guilford 4-H growing support from local gardens

soil iconThe Guilford County Extension Center will be accepting orders through Feb. 24 for its annual 4-H plant sale. This spring’s selection includes blackberries, blueberries, fig trees and muscadine grapes (all in 1-gallon containers). Orders must be pre-paid ($10 each), and picked up (at the Guilford County Extension Center, 3309 Burlington Rd.) between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 5. Proceeds from the plant sale will go to reducing the costs for Guilford County 4-H’ers attending camp and National 4-H Congress.

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