Cape Gazette

Center for the Inland Bays holds plant sale

May 14, 2014
Photo by: Steven Billups

The Center for the Inland Bays held its 10th Annual Native Plant Sale at the James Farm Ecological Preserve in Ocean View May 3. Nurseries brought out hundreds of native plants, and organizations were on hand to help gardeners create backyard habitats, test soil and provide advice to the hundreds of gardeners who want to go native.

Carrying some water-friendly native plants from Envirotech Environmental Consulting for their Grandma are Mahala, left, and Leah Krieger.


Considering a False Indigo Hybrid are Betty and Steve Gudeman of west Bethany Beach. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Volunteer David Ludlow gives a workshop on how to make a rain barrel from recycled food containers. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Joan Greeley, carrying Benjamin, talks to her daughter Molly about beehives at the Queen Bee Honey booth where shoppers could buy Rehoboth honey, soap and moisturizing cream. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Reading up on the Brilliant Red Chokeberry offered by East Coast Garden Center is Johanna Barbati of Rehoboth Beach. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
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