Mt. Prospect Parks Foundation Plant Sale Fundraiser

  • Beautiful Plant variety for purchase in our fully stocked greenhouse.Ruth Yueill

    Beautiful Plant variety for purchase in our fully stocked greenhouse.Ruth Yueill

 
 
Updated 4/30/2019 7:31 AM

"He who plants a garden, plants happiness."

Get early access to the popular Spring Plant Sale at the Friendship Park Conservatory.

 

Join the Mt. Prospect Parks Foundation on Thursday, May 9 from 6-8 pm for a special fundraiser. For just $30 you can skip the line and enjoy raffles, light appetizers and a cash bar while supporting the fundraising arm of the Mt. Prospect Park District.

This exclusive pre-sale offers freedom from the 300+ person line that wraps around the conservatory before doors open on sale day. Get first pick of the lush and healthy plants, annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, herbs, veggies, succulents and more. The stunning green setting of the Friendship Park Conservatory offers much inspiration for your home garden. A Master Gardener is on site to answer all of your questions.

Gather a group of friends and make an evening of it! Register now as tickets are limited to 50 participants.

For information, log onto mppd.org or contact the Foundation's Executive Director, Ruth Yueill at (847) 255-5380. Register under code 36152 online or at any park district facility. Your entire $30 plant sale donation supports the work of the Parks Foundation.

Friendship Park Conservatory is located at 395 West Algonquin Road in Des Plaines and is a facility of the Mt. Prospect Park District. The public plant sale takes place on Saturday, May 11 from 9 to 3.

Established in 1997, the Mt. Prospect Parks Foundation is a not-for-profit organization. Its purpose is to enhance the quality of parks, facilities and recreation opportunities by raising funds through tax deductible donations. Recently, the Foundation pledged $40,000 toward a new electronic sign at Friendship Park Conservatory.

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