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"Discover the Beautiful Array of Blooms and Produce at Valley Rescue Mission's Flower Sale!"

Updated: Apr 9

Have you ever wanted to grow your own flowers?

Do you dream of having your very own vegetable garden?

Need a gift but don't know what to give your loved one?

Would you like to support the community?


Well now you can do all of these things by helping support Valley Rescue Missions Flower Sale! Come out and support our men in the Men's' Addiction Recovery Program. These guys work year round in our Horticulture Program to plant the seeds and watch them grow. Then they go out into the community to share what they have done. The proceeds are sown back into the program and all of the missions that Valley Rescue Mission supports.


At one of our various locations you are sure to find something you would like to add to your collection or garden. The plants are also wonderful gifts that keep on giving!




ALL Sale Times:

9:00 am to 4:00 pm





Monday - Friday

·         Greenhouse

·         Gateway Shopping Center

·         Howard Mott Center

 


Thursdays & Fridays

·         Billy’s Grocery Store

·         The Square in Hamilton

·         Greenhouse

·         Cooper’s Grocery

         Midland Masonic Lodge


Saturday’s


·         Billy’s Grocery Store

·         The Square in Hamilton

·         Greenhouse

·         Cooper’s Grocery

·         Midland Masonic Lodge









We have a variety of flowers and vegetables all at great prices!


FLATS $28

HANGING BASKETS $16

6 PACK $5

4 PACK $3


FLOWERS & VEGETABLES

(with an array of blooms) (flats, 6 pack or 4 packs)

Dianthus Celerity Tomatoes

Begonias Beefsteak Tomatoes

Petunias Super Sweet 100 Tomatoes

Impatiens La Roma Tomatoes

Geraniums Better Boy Tomatoes

Ipomeas Big Boy Tomatoes

Verbenas Rutger Tomatoes

Lantanas Squash

SunPatiens Cucumbers

Trixies Zucchini

Scaevolas Long Stem Cayan Peppers

Torenias Banana Peppers

Gelosias Jalapeno Peppers

Coleous Tabasco Hot Peppers

Mangolas Hungarian Hot Wax Peppers

Salvias Better Bell Peppers

Portulacas

Vincas

Zinnias





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