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Sep 05, 2019 - Sep 23, 2019
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It’s That Time Again………

As in the past, you are being given the opportunity to pre-order (pay at time of pick up) top quality native plants at wholesale prices. These are beautiful, healthy perennial plants that grow stronger each year they are in your landscape. Fall is actually the best time of year to get these plants in the ground.

This is your opportunity to not only support LOWA and its efforts to keep our waterways clean but to also support our environment by establishing pollinator plots for endangered bees as well as flyways for the Monarch butterfly!

Pricing is as follows:
Wildflowers and Sedges/Grasses – quart sized pots — $4.50
Trees/Shrubs and Vines – quart sized pots — $6.00
–gallon sized pots — $7.50

To Pre-Order and pay at time of pick up:
Click Here: Pre-Order Here!
Or Email your order to along with your name, email address and phone number. Or you may call me at 573-372-5168. I will confirm your order with you along with the total that will be due at the time of pick up. Deadline for orders is September 23, 2019.

To Pick Up Your Order:
Plants will be available for pick up on October 8 between the hours of 3 and 6 p.m. at the Sunrise Beach Firehouse Training Center, Highway 5 and Porter Mill Spring Road across from Hurricane Deck Elementary School.

Plants Available at the Sale
To ensure you are able to get plants you know you want, please pre-order. I will be placing a partial order with the vendor before the 23rd in an effort to hold plants that are wanted. So it would be helpful to place your order as soon as you can.
However, there will also be a selection of plants to purchase the day of the plant pick up. Gardening experts will be available to answer questions about native plants—the how, where, why and when.

• Native plants help manage storm water runoff, require less maintenance and provide wildlife habitat.
• The plants available at LOWA’s fall sale are top quality container grown plants from Prairie Hill Farm.
• Your purchase will help LOWA continue to educate Lake of the Ozarks residents on the preservation and protection of our lakes, streams and watershed.

Look over the attached plant list and let me hear from you!
Deadline for placing orders – September 23; Plant Sale/Pick Up – October 8.

Joann Billington

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