On April 15, students from the Dawson County High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) program will hold a spring plant and vegetable sale, allowing community members to purchase plants and support the organization at the same time.
According to information provided by FFA Advisor Keith Pankey, there will be a large variety of plants available for purchase, including:
Bedding plants: Coleus, Sunpatiens, Impatiens, Marigolds, red and green Sweet Potato Vines, Geraniums, Salvia (sage), red and green Wax Leaf Begonias, New Guinea Impatiens, Dragon Wing Begonias and Lantana.
Succulents: Peperomia, Aloe and Purple People Eater.
Woody stem plants: Thuja Giants, Green Giants, Butterfly Bushes and Forsythia.
Hanging baskets: Weave Petunia, Boston Ferns, Impatiens, New Guinea Impatiens, Christmas Cactus and Wandering Jews.
Vegetables: Rutger, German Giant, Beefsteak and Cherokee Purple tomatoes; Hot Banana, Bell and Jalapeño peppers.
The plant sale will be from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on April 15 at Dawson County High School, and sales will not be made before 3 p.m.