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Clay Hill Memorial Forest native plant sale is April 22, 2011

Clay Hill Memorial Forest, 7426 Old Lebanon RD, Campbellsville, KY, will have a native plant sale on Friday, April 22, 2011 from 9:30amET/8:30amCT to 4:30amET/3:30pmCT, in celebration of Earth Day.
Plants for sale: Indian cup, common milkweed, green milkweed, passion flower, shooting star, New England aster, prairie goldenrod, aquatic irises (blue, yellow or red mixed), lance-leaved coreopsis, green dragon, angle pod (a milkweed vine), trumpetweed, yellow crownbeard, pink coneflower and more.
All proceeds from the sale will be used to support student research at Clay Hill Memorial Forest. Clay Hill Forest is a part of Campbellsville University. -Joan C. McKinney, Campbellsville University

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