Download the 2022 Plant Sale Order Form Here.
By: Rebekah B. Greene
Despite a colder than average winter, Spring will be here before long and with it comes time to plant new flowers, fruits, trees and shrubs. The Tattnall County 4-H program will be offering over 40 unique varieties of trees, shrubs, and flowering plants to help meet your needs.
Although COVID-19 prevented the sale from being held last year, 4-H’ers and staff alike are excited to be hosting the event again this year. Since it’s beginning in 2017, the sale has helped raise funds for key 4-H events and activities such as District Project Achievement, 4-H Camp Scholarships, and more. This year, 20% of proceeds for each sale will go to support youth who are attending a 4-H Camps and Leadership Conferences.
Some fruit bestsellers are back this year including blackberries (5 varieties), blueberries (6 varieties), muscadines (4 varieties), and figs (2 varieties). Fruit trees available include apples, peaches, and plums. For those wishing to brighten up their yard with Spring flowers, the sale includes roses, camellias, and hydrangeas. Landscape plants returning to the sale this year include abelias, gardenias, loropetelums, and hollies. Three varieties of flowering\ornamental cherry trees and four oak tree varieties will also be available.
All trees, plants and shrubs must be preordered through the Tattnall County Extension Office in Reidsville no later than February 10. All payments must be made at time of order by check or cash. Orders will be available for pickup at the Tattnall County High School Livestock Barn on March 4th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Order forms are available on the 4-H website at www.tattnall4h.org. For more information, contact the Tattnall County Extension Office at or 912-557-6724, ext. 0.