Charity plant sale in Garvagh

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Local horticultural enthusiast, Andrew McClarity will host his annual charity plant sale in Main Street Church Car Park, Garvagh this Saturday from 9am to

4pm.

This year boasts the largest display to date with thousands of flowering shrubs,bedding plants, hedging plants, trees, tubs, window boxes and hanging baskets.

From little bloomers to hardy perennials, Andrew promises something for everyone.

Refreshments are available on site at Café Link. All proceeds will go to Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice and Macmillan.

Andrew McClarity said; “I started the charity plant sale after I had personal experience of the work of Macmillan. Then I heard about the unique services provided by Northern IrelandChildren’s Hospice and I decided to support both. I wanted to use my love of plants and shrubs to help in some small way.

“People were very generous, they travelled from near and far and I am amazed at how the sale grows year on year.

“Gardeners and plant lovers of every age now have this big sale day in their diaries. There are bargains for everyone, gifts galore and hopefully the sun will shine on Saturday and make it a fun family day out.

“I would also like to thank everyone who has helped in any way in the run up to our big day.”