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Happening this Saturday with our friends at Piedmont Master Gardeners! This is a great opportunity to get your plant starts as well as information. Don't miss it!County of AlbemarleShop and Learn at the Piedmont Master Gardeners’ Plant Sale -- this Saturday, May 7, 10 am to 2 pm at Albemarle Square Shopping Center.PMG's Annual Plant Sale will offer thousands of annuals, perennials, shrubs, vegetables, herbs and houseplants, including a large selection of native plants. The event will also offer an opportunity to learn about sustainable gardening practices, featuring information tables on native plants, soil and composting, invasive plants, conservation landscaping and much more. A Horticultural Help Desk will provide answers to gardening questions and advice on problem plants. In addition, shoppers can purchase garden implements, yard ornaments and other “Green Elephants”; have their tools sharpened by an expert; and drop off their surplus plastic nursery pots for recycling. Credit cards, checks and cash will be accepted. All proceeds will support the many free and low-cost horticulture education programs the Piedmont Master Gardeners provide for the community, as well as PMG’s grants for school garden projects such as a new teaching garden being developed at Greer Elementary School in Albemarle County. For additional information, visit piedmontmastergardeners.org/events/ or call the local Virginia Cooperative Extension office at 434-872-4580. ... See MoreSee Less
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Deadline for camper applications is May 9th! Hurry and apply today! ... See MoreSee Less
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Friday and Saturday! Residential Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) DaysHousehold Hazardous Waste Collection at the Ivy Materials Utilization Center will be held 9am-2pm on Friday, April 29, 2022 and Saturday, April 30, 2022.AcidsAdhesivesAntifreezeBatteriesCFLsFloor and furniture polishFluorescent tubesGasolineHousehold cleanersKeroseneMotor oilPaint and paint-related products and solventsPesticidesHHW collections are free only to residents of Albemarle County, Charlottesville, and Town of Scottsville, and available to Nelson County residents who obtain a voucher from Nelson County government.For more information visit: 👉 www.rivanna.org/hhw/County of Albemarle ... See MoreSee Less
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This #earthweek pledge to plant more natives on your property! Check out the Piedmont Native Plant Database for ideas. The database allows you to filter searches by growing habitat, bloom time, foliage color and more!webapps.albemarle.org/NativePlants/list.aspCounty of Albemarle ... See MoreSee Less
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