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The Horticulture Program offers individuals the ability to work, learn, and relax in the garden. We offer environmental education and community outreach opportunities. Every year we have a spring plant sale the Thursday and Friday before Mother's Day, this annual fund raising event provides the dollars we need to continue supporting our growers. Continue to check the website’s news and events section on the home page for upcoming events.
Quest gardeners grow plants for our Sensory Garden. The garden in designed to allow everyone to enjoy the sights, touch and smell of many different types of plants. The Sensory Garden has made it's home at the E. Leffel Lane building, but will soon move to our new location on Van Buren Ave. in the spring of 2017,
Tomatoes, lettuce, herbs, cucumbers, etc.
We grow a variety of delicious and organic vegetables from seeds every summer.. We gave more than 70 starter plants to Second Harvest Food Bank for their community Garden. Interfaith Hospitality Network receives the harvest from our garden to supply fresh vegetables and herbs to their shelters for feeding the homeless citizens of Clark County.
Shamrocks, live plants for Mother's Day and plants for memorial displays. The Quest Mothers Day Flower sale is May 10 and 11 (9am to 5pm) at 110 W. Leffel Lane in beautiful Springfield Ohio.
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