The Tenth Life – Dayton’s largest no-kill cat shelter – is once again having their annual plant sale! Plants are provided by Furst Florist and Garden Center, and pretty much everything you need is included in the sale: bedding plants, hanging baskets, flowering pots, patio pots, perennials, herbs, and vegetables! These plants make beautiful, thoughtful Mother’s Day gifts which last for many months (or years!) after Mother’s Day is over. The plants arrive on May 7, 2012, a few days before Mother’s Day (May 12 this year) and are great gifts for your mom or anyone else on your Mother’s Day gift list (yourself included). Your friends and relatives will be doubly pleased to know that your purchase of these beautiful plants is helping the cats.
From petunias to parsley, bugle weed to begonias, The Tenth Life plant sale has it all - decorative plants, herbs and vegetables! Orders with payment must be received by March 16; placing orders this early allows The Tenth Life to get a pre-order discount and keeps the prices lower; they must submit seventy-five percent of their order by this date. If you just cannot make this date (or you decide you want more plants after you place your March 16 order), The Tenth Life will accept your order at any time; even at the last minute before delivery, calling The Tenth Life with your order will let them pull it from the extras and set it aside for you.
Interested in a plant that is not on the list? Make a note of it on your order blank or call The Tenth Life and they will check with Furst to see if they have it; The Tenth Life will let you know of the availability and price. You can download a list of plants and prices (the order form) here.
Orders will be ready for pick-up on May 7 after 4:30 p.m. and every weeknight after May 7 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. The hours for Saturday are 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 12:30 to 5 p.m. Questions? Contact The Tenth Life at (937) 376-5550.
Get ready for spring and help the homeless kitties at the same time with The Tenth Life annual plant sale.
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