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GloucesterCast 175 with @NAlexanian Susan Kelly @KimSmithDesigns, @DonnaArd and @Joey_C Taped 3/25/16 #GloucesterMA
GloucesterCast 175 with Nubar Alexanian, Susan Kelly, Kim Smith, Donna Ardizzoni and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 3/25/16
PLANT SALE TO BENEFIT GLOUCESTER EDUCATION FOUNDATION
Stacy Boulevard near the Fishermen’s Wives Memorial, Gloucester, MA Saturday, May 16th 2015 from 8am –noon
Plant Donations Accepted — Friday, May 16th, from 6pm-7pm at the Fishermen’s Wives Memorial
· Veggie Seedlings and Lettuce plants grown by 6th graders at O’Maley
· 19 varieties of tomatoes
· 15 varieties of peppers
· Hardy Gloucester Grown Perennials
Arrive early on Saturday for great bargains – $1.00 seedlings $2.00-$3.00 perennial plants! Help Gloucester Education Foundation and beautify your gardens. If you have a garden, please think about what perennials you have that may need to be divided and donate plants to our cause. Plant identification is helpful but not required.
All usable gardening items, plants, trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetable donations are welcome or contact Susan@GenerousGardeners.org to arrange pick up or drop off at an earlier date. Since all of the proceeds benefit GEF, you will get a tax deduction for whatever we earn from your plants.
Please contact Susan Kelly or 978-282-3306 if you have any questions or would like to volunteer to help. Also, if you need pots for your plants, we will be happy to provide them
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Kim Smith Is A Regular Contributor On Good Morning Gloucester Here is Her Profile:
Currently creating documentary films about the Monarch Butterfly, Black Swallowtail Butterfly, and Gloucester’s Feast of St. Joseph. Landscape designer for the Gloucester Harbor Walk Gardens. Designer, lecturer, author, illustrator, photographer. Visit my blog for more information about my landscape and interior design firm- kimsmithdesigns.wordpress.com. Good Morning Gloucester daily contributor.
Author/illustrator “Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden”
Susan Kelly would love to get a special artist sticker, so she could park her car as a resident, to promote our great City in her art.
Susan Kelly submits-
Could you promote the plant sale this week? It is Saturday May 18th from 9-3 at Stage Fort Park.
It is amazing because
1. Plants are donated by Gloucester Gardeners, so they will do well in Gloucester
2. All proceeds go to Gloucester Education Foundation
3. Gardeners who donate plants will get a tax deduction letter for the dollar value from the sale of their plants
4. Beautiful gardens make people happy!
Attention Generous Gardeners Plant Sale to Benefit the Gloucester Education Foundation Saturday May 19th from 9-2 at Stage Fort Park
This plant sale is the no-brainer of all no-brainers for a multitude of reasons. Check out the video to find out how many ways this provides a win.
From the brilliant mind of Susan Kelly check out www.generousgardeners.com
Craigslist For Perennials? Yeah Susan Kelly and Terese O’Connell Got That Covered at www.generousgardeners.com
Freshly Launched This is Just Brilliant For Sharing What’s Already In Your Garden or To Locate What You Would Like To Have In Your Garden!
This from Gloucester resident Susan-
What is your garden worth? “Find out by listing your extra plants, seeds and produce on our new website.” says co-founder and Gloucester resident Susan Kelly.
Gloucester gardeners now have an online site that lets them choose the option of selling, swapping or donating their extra plants, seeds or produce to other local gardeners. “We are so excited to be able to help gardeners make some extra money from plants right out of their own backyard.” says Kelly. GenerousGardeners.com uses Google maps to allow gardeners to find listings from neighbors, as well as list their own plants for discovery by local gardeners.
Started by two avid New England gardeners, one a long-time year round Gloucester resident, Generous Gardeners knows that gardeners love to share plants. This new website facilitates what has been common practice among gardening friends and garden clubs. It also includes an extensive plant database for propagation and maintenance information.
Gardeners can now start listing plants for sale, swap or donation on www.generousgardeners.com
Current plant donations are needed for the Second Annual Generous Gardeners Plant Sale benefiting the Gloucester Education Foundation. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, May 19th at Stage Fort Park, Gloucester, MA. Donating gardeners will receive a tax deductible receipt equal to the amount of their donated plant’s sale proceeds.
Last year the sale produced over $2,000 for the Gloucester Education Foundation (GEF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to making Gloucester one of the five best school districts in Massachusetts. For more info contact email@example.com