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Botanical Garden Plant Sale Oct 24
San Antonio Botanical Garden

October, 2010


BOOtanica! Fall Festival. H-E-B Day at the Garden.

San Antonio Botanical Garden Plant Sale

Sunday, October 24 from 9:00 a.m. til 4:00 p.m.

The more you buy, the better the deal!

Purchase healthy plants grown by the San Antonio Botanical Society Plant Sale Volunteers.

Hundreds of plants expertly cultivated by the Plant Sale Volunteers will be on sale in one-gallon pots.

1 to 3 pots, $5 each.  4 to 9 pots, $4 each.  10 pots or more, $3 each.

Bring in 25 empty gallon pots (liners) and get a free plant.


Plus, thanks to H-E-B, admission to the Botanical Garden is $2 off on October 24 for the annual BOOtanica! Fall Festival.
The full day of activities include family entertainment, children’s activities, plant displays, Texas animals and much, much more!


The fall months offer our city a good time to plant, so shop for gorgeous San Antonio-friendly plants cultivated by Botanical Society volunteers. Choose from unusual varieties as well favorite species. All plants have been meticulously grown by the trained volunteers in the Botanical Society greenhouses. Budding gardeners as well as seasoned horticulturists will appreciate gardening advice from these Plant Sale experts.


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Shop the Farmer’s Market at the Botanical Garden every Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for fresh, locally grown produce.


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