Color, Color, Color is the theme of this year's Horticulture Student Plant Sale. The focus is on colorful SunPatiens (impatiens for full sun), dramatic coleus varieties, bold lantanas, sunny black-eyed Susan's and many high-performing petunia varieties (including velvety black flowers). We pick the best-of-the-best varieties for performance in SC gardens. Come for your basil, rosemary, tomatoes, peppers, pomegranates, blueberries, climbing mandevillas, perennials and many other plants.
Credit cards will be accepted. (we don’t have a price list, but individual plants range from $2.50 to $10. Mixed planters go up to $28.
Parking: Use the lots between the Biosystems Research Complex and the Hendrix Center (follow our orange placards). We will have some parking passes available and students providing directions (they will be wearing charcoal t-shirts). Due to construction of the new Life Sciences building, there is no parking immediately next to the greenhouses.
For additional information, contact Dr. James Faust, Department of Environmental Horticulture at firstname.lastname@example.org.