Support Virginia Highland’s newest park with their fruiting tree sale on March 13, 2010!

On a large double-lot at the corner of North Highland Avenue and St. Charles Place in Virginia Highland sits the neighborhood’s newest park – New Highland Park. As a fundraiser to get the park out of the ground, the Virginia Highland Civic Association is hosting the “Hard-to-Find Edible Plant Sale” with fruiting trees and bushes for your garden. You can pre-order online now through 4 p.m. on Friday, March 12th and then you can pick up your fruit plants at the actual sale on Saturday.

Selections include apple, fig, plum and persimmon trees; olive trees; blackberry, blueberry, and raspberry bushes; pineapple guave; muscadine vines; pomegranate / quince; strawberry plants; and much more. Check out the full catalog of fruit trees and bushes here!

  • What: The Virginia Highland Hard-to-Find Edible Plants Sale
  • When: Saturday, March 13th, 2010 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (or pre-order online through March 12th)
  • Where: At New Highland Park at the intersection of St. Charles Place and North Highland, across from Belly (Atlanta, 30306)

I’ll be ordering my fruit bushes later today – for now, it’s time for me to head out and play in my own garden for a bit!

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