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Updated: 11/22/2017 08:30:03AM

Fall Plant Sale sees solid turnout

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Sebring's Ann Prochnow shows off her net plant.

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Calling the winning raffle tickets, from left, Terry Fromhartz and David Austin.

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Dennis Tewksbury recently moved to Sebring from New Hampshire.

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Calling the winning raffle tickets, from left, Terry Fromhartz and David Austin.

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Visitors to the Fall Plant Sale.

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Ian Harris, Julie Gardner (with Master Gardeners), Owen Harris, Jackie Harris, Camryn Derr (all are with the 4H Country Clover group except Julie Gardener).

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Master Gardener Charlie Reynolds.

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Shirley Rarden with her purchase.

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Visitors to the Fall Plant Sale inspect a variety of plants.

By SHARON WEATHERHEAD

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SEBRING —The annual Fall Plant Sale, hosted by the Highlands County Master Gardeners, was held last Saturday at the Bert J. Harris Jr. Agri-Center in Sebring. They had a wide selection of Florida-friendly plants, trees and shrubs to choose from.

The auditorium was filled with tropical plants, palms, pink Plumeria, Okinawan spinach, Everglades tomato, Pigeon pea, Cuban oregano and Broccoli rabe to name a few of the many plant varieties.

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