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Pacific Northwest Native Plant Sale

EAS Annual Spring Fundraiser: Pacific Northwest Native Plant Sale

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When April 30, 2011
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Event Location Kirkland Children’s School, 5311 - 108th Avenue N.E.
Contact Name Geary Britton-Simmons
Contact Email
Contact Phone 206-605-3185
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Mark the date! Our spring plant sale is set for Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Location is at Kirkland Children’s School, 5311 108th Avenue N.E. in  Kirkland.All proceeds go directly to the Chapter. 

EAS Pacific Northwest Native Plant Sale experts, such as Ella Elman, will advise you how to enhance your property with purchases of an astounding diversity of PNW native plants that are nearly care-free after the first year of growth. 

Attract birds and butterflies to your yard and choose from 100 species of Pacific NW Native Plants: flowering, fruit-bearing, hardy, plants, and trees of all sizes; evergreens and perennials, ground covers. 

Utilizing reference tools created by Ella Elman, knowledgeable volunteers will help you to select plants that will thrive in shade, sun, dry, or wet locations.

Beautify your yard and contribute to EAS!

Volunteers needed (We will train you.): Shifts: 9:00-12:00; 12:00-3:00

Greeters: to welcome each customer upon arrival, document how the customer learned about the EAS sale, and acquaint each customer regarding how to find the plants they need.

Sales persons (with a working knowledge of PNW native plants): to elicit the needs of customers and assist each customer in finding plants that will satisfy the conditions of the proposed planting area as well as the aspirations of the customer.

Check-out assistants: to assist customers in completing our sales sheet (customer name and email, plant species, number and cost)

Cashiers: to verify the total due and collect payment



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