Spring Plant Sale

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The Ladies Auxiliary is having a spring plant sale just in time to beautify your garden.

Orders will be taken starting at the first Fish Fry at St. Mary Immaculate Parish, located at 15629 S. Rt. 59, Plainfield, on February 15 and every Friday through March 22nd. We will also take orders in the St. Mary Immaculate Commons after Masses the weekend of March 2/3. The last day for orders is Holy Saturday, March 30. Each order for $25 or more will get one free raffle entry. Five prizes (plants of course) will be awarded.

We offer 5 varieties of plants sold in flats for $19.00 per flat (Petunias, Marigold, Impatiens, Dusty Miller and Alyssum) in a wide variety of colors. You can also choose from 3 varieties sold in 4" pots for $5.00 per pot (Zonal Geraniums, Ivy Geraniums and Salvia), and 2 plant varieties (Ivy Geraniums and Impatiens) sold in hanging baskets for $28.00 each. We will have gift certificates available if you wish to give plants as a gift.

Payment is due when the order is taken, no refunds. Please make checks payable to “KofC #5573”. Flats are sold “whole”. We cannot mix flowers within flats.

These quality plants are coming from Lizzie's Garden in Naperville.

An ideal time for planting, the plants will be picked up on Friday, May 17 behind the Knights of Columbus House at 15613 South Rt. 59 from 9:00am to 7:00pm. Please park in the northwest corner of the SMI parking lot.

To order or for information, please call Grace Blaszak, 815-254-7078 or email gmblaszak@gmail.com.

So start thinking “It’s Springtime.”

Good Shepherd Council #5573 of the Knights of Columbus was founded in 1964. For more information on the many opportunities to serve provided by the K of C and the Ladies Auxiliary in Plainfield, visit www.kofc5573.org.

St. Mary Immaculate Parish is located at 15629 S. Rt. 59, Plainfield. For more information about St. Mary Immaculate Parish, our outstanding Catholic School or any of our many services, please call 815-436-2651 or visit us at www.smip.org.


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