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Wilton Garden Club hosts annual Mother’s Day plant sale

Still looking for something to show your appreciation to your loved ones this Mother’s Day? The Wilton Mother’s Day plant sale has got you covered.

News 12 Staff

May 11, 2019, 4:56 PM

Updated 1,865 days ago

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The annual Wilton Mother’s Day plant sale offered up some beautiful flowers Saturday for those still searching for a gift.
The Wilton Garden Club has been holding its plant sale around Mother's Day weekend for the past 80 years. Everything from beautiful plants and flowers to succulents that are guaranteed to thrive were available for purchase.
The sale is a major fundraiser that provides support to the club’s activities, as well as its philanthropic contributions and numerous civic endeavors throughout Wilton.
The group donates up to half of the proceeds back to the community, including to other philanthropic organizations and for the care of local gardens in the area.
The sale was held at and around the Town Green Gazebo.
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