It’s All About the Garden in Qualicum Beach

The Qualicum Beach Garden Club hosts garden sale Sept. 12 at QB Museum

Who in their right mind would have a garden sale in fall?

The Qualicum Beach Garden Club (QBGC) is doing just that.

According to a news release issued by the club, “the best time to divide and transplant is in the fall” and the club has decided to share their treasures with other gardeners.

The garden sale — deemed All About the Garden — will offer plants and gardening items galore.

The release said they will have winter vegetable starts and vegetables.

All profits from the garden sales go to an education fund and in the past the Qualicum Beach Garden Club has supported Milner Gardens’ Shoots with Roots kids program.

All About the Garden starts Sept. 12 at the Qualicum Beach Museum from 8 a.m. to noon. The Qualicum Beach Museum is located at 587 Beach Road.

For more information contact QBGC president Sue Beatty at 250-954-5211.

NEWS Staff/Submitted By The Qualicum Beach Garden Club

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