The Watauga Humane Society Hosts Fourth Annual Perennial, Herb and Seed Sale Saturday, May 10

Published Friday, May 2, 2014 at 11:50 am

May 2, 2014. The Watauga Humane Society will hold its fourth annual Perennial, Herb and Seed Sale on Saturday, May 10 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. in the parking lot of Precision Printing located at 1302 Blowing Rock Rd. in Boone. All plants come from well-established gardens of SNIPS (Spay, Neuter Is a Positive Solution) committee members and will be priced from $.50 to $5. All proceeds from this sale will fund the $15 spay-neuter special now being offered by the Humane Society.

Perennials for sale will be columbine, lupine, artimesia, Eryngeum (Blue Hobbit), campanula, red primrose, Sweet William, Dutch iris, wild yellow iris, day lilies, forsythia, hosta, Shasta daisies, wood poppy, toad lily, tall phlox, ajuge, sedum, black-eyed Susans, gloriosa daisy, ox-eye daisy, ladies mantle, catchfly, forget-me-not, crocosmia, sundrops, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, lily of the valley bee balm, stokesia, coneflower and sweet woodruff. There will also be daffodil bulbs for sale.

Watauga Humane Society LogoHerbs for sale will include oregano, cilantro, taragon, bee balm and feverfew. Indoor plants for sale will be rubber tree, Christmas cactus and Norfolk Island Pine.

With a little help from the sun, marigold, basil, moonflower and four o’clocks will be for sale too.

Stepping stones, decorative pots, bottle trees, decorative plant markers and plant accessories and yard art will be featured this year as well.

Did you know that a female cat can go into heat when she is only six months old and have three litters of kittens in a year’s time? Did you know she can go into heat again before her milk has dried up from the last litter? Did you know that a female dog can have two litters of pups in one year? Only we can keep our pets from reproducing; they can’t manage it on their own. Please spay of neuter your indoor and outdoor pets!

For more information about the $15 May Spay/Neuter Special at the Watauga Humane Society, call the adoption center at 828-264-7865. Appointments will be made on a first come-first served basis.

For more information about the plant sale, call 828-406-0827.

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