June 12 plant sale benefits Brown House restoration

June, 2016 Posted in Arts, Culture & History, Community
Photo by Sheldon Traver.

Photo by Sheldon Traver.

It’s not too late to purchase some plants for your yard.  And if you are looking for a place to buy plants while helping a good cause, mark your calendar for Sunday, June 12. The Santiam Heritage Foundation will host its first plant sale at the Brown House in Stayton from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 12. The house is located at 425 N. First Ave., in Stayton.  A portion of the plant sales will support the restoration of the 1903 Charles & Martha Brown House.

Nurseries participating in the event are Hydrangeas Plus in Aurora; Garden Thyme Nursery in Silverton; Out In the Garden Nursery in Molalla and Nowlens Bridge Perennials in Molalla. These nurseries are independent, family owned, specializing in plants that do well in the Pacific Northwest. Some of these are normally only mail order nurseries, so this is a special event you won’t want to miss.

The Brown House will also be open during the plant sale hours for visitors and donations to help us make this beautiful 1903 Queen Anne available for your event or party. For more information on this event or the Brown House, please call 503-769-8860.

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