Thousands of holiday plants expected to find a merry home tomorrow
A yearly tradition is replanting its roots tomorrow with the University of Florida’s Poinsettia sale. University of Florida Horticulture Club President Michael Blomgren says they will have a wide range of poinsettias available, including many nontraditional varieties.
All proceeds return to the Horticulture club. The sale will take place December 8th from 8 AM to 4 PM and December 9th from 10 AM to 2 PM behind Fifield Hall.
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