The proceeds go toward scholarships for high school seniors.
The plant sale began around 8 am this morning and will continue until Monday evening.
Proceeds from the plant sale go towards scholarships for high school seniors looking to study horticulture, forestry or botany.
“We grow a lot of vegetables and also some herbs and flowers, and our aim is to help the community,” said treasurer, Gerlinde Smith.
Smith says they started with over 1,000 plants, but they’re already down to around 100.
For information on the sale, visit talentgardenclub.com.