It’s planting season


Dreary weather didn’t dampen the turnout Saturday as the Clinton County History Center hosted the annual Wilmington Garden Club Plant Sale, which also included nature-themed creations from local artists as well as tips for gardeners. Many garden club members, volunteers and History Center staff helped make the event a success, as well as happy customers such as the Stroud family, which did not go away empty-handed.


Tom Barr | News Journal

Dreary weather didn’t dampen the turnout Saturday as the Clinton County History Center hosted the annual Wilmington Garden Club Plant Sale, which also included nature-themed creations from local artists as well as tips for gardeners. Many garden club members, volunteers and History Center staff helped make the event a success, as well as happy customers such as the Stroud family, which did not go away empty-handed.

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Dreary weather didn’t dampen the turnout Saturday as the Clinton County History Center hosted the annual Wilmington Garden Club Plant Sale, which also included nature-themed creations from local artists as well as tips for gardeners. Many garden club members, volunteers and History Center staff helped make the event a success, as well as happy customers such as the Stroud family, which did not go away empty-handed.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_stroud-family-plants.jpgDreary weather didn’t dampen the turnout Saturday as the Clinton County History Center hosted the annual Wilmington Garden Club Plant Sale, which also included nature-themed creations from local artists as well as tips for gardeners. Many garden club members, volunteers and History Center staff helped make the event a success, as well as happy customers such as the Stroud family, which did not go away empty-handed. Tom Barr | News Journal