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Saturday - March 20, 2004

From: Austin, TX
Region: Southwest
Topic: Wildflower Center
Title: Sale of plants at the Wildflower Center
Answered by: Sage Kawecki

QUESTION:

Does the Wildflower Center sell plants?

ANSWER:

The Wildflower Center supports two gardening festivals - one in the Spring and Fall. The plants we sell are native to central Texas and are perfect for Austin-style gardens. Be sure to check our Wildflower Center Events Calendar listing for upcoming dates and other programming events.
 

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