by | Sep 28, 2022

Lendonwood volunteers check out plants for sale at the garden, among many remaining from a recent successful plant sale. From left are Wanda Koger, Shirley Daggett and Pat O’Connor. The plants are available on the back porch of the Welcome Center and on a plant sale rack just behind Lendonwood’s Oklahoma Garden. Types include irises, Japanese maples, mahonia, columbines and more.  Lendonwood is open every day from dawn to dusk.

Plants are still available for sale at Lendonwood Gardens, following a successful Annual Plant Sale recently.  Due to an abundance of plant donations and digging by volunteers, several types of plants remain for purchase on plant sale racks at the garden.

“We may have been a little overly enthusiastic in gathering plants for the annual event, but that just means more for customers to buy,” said Jim Corbridge, Lendonwood president.  “We’re happy to continue the sale during this beautiful weather and certainly don’t want to waste these plants.”

Available plants still for sale include Japanese maples, irises, hostas, mahonia, Arkansas bluestar, columbines, hens and chicks, various succulents, and more.

Interested customers will find two plant sale racks in the garden.  One is located on the back porch of the Welcome Center at the front entrance, and the other is inside the west fence, just behind the Oklahoma Garden. 

During Welcome Center open hours, purchases may be made in the facility, using cash, check or credit cards.  When the Center is closed, customers may pay by cash or check, leaving payment in secure boxes adjacent to the racks.

The Welcome Center is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.  The garden itself is open every day from dawn to dusk.

Lendonwood is an eight-acre, non-profit botanical garden in Grove, managed by a volunteer Board of Directors.  The garden is maintained by volunteers and supported through memberships, donations and admission fees.

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