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Celebrate National Plant a Flower Day

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The best way to celebrate National Plant a Flower Day is to plant native flowers at your home.  The month of March is the right time and condition for planting.  Join us on Saturday, March 12th from 9 to Noon to get what you need to plant flowers!  Please reserve your tickets in advance online at quintamazatlan.ticketleap.com. Courtesy Image
The best way to celebrate National Plant a Flower Day is to plant native flowers at your home.  The month of March is the right time and condition for planting.  Join us on Saturday, March 12th from 9 to Noon to get what you need to plant flowers!  Please reserve your tickets in advance online at quintamazatlan.ticketleap.com. Courtesy Image

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March 12th is National Plant a Flower Day and now is the best time to start planting, growing and enjoying flowers at your home.  Join us at our Mazatlan Morning on Saturday, March 12th from 9 to Noon for the Native Plant Sale, Talk, Walk & Seed Bombing.

John Brush, McAllen Urban Ecologist, will present a program at 10 a.m. titled “Quinta in Bloom” highlighting the beautiful native flowers around the sanctuary.

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Mike Heep, Valley’s native plant nursery owner, will sell plants from 9 to noon on Saturday with a presentation at 11 am.  It is a great opportunity to ask questions about what to grow in your garden!

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Kids and adults alike can make Seed Bombs to take-home and toss anywhere you’d like to cover with flowers.  Seed Bombs are balls made out of clay, compost and seeds.  Apparently, Seed Bombs were first used in the 70’s to “bomb” large vacant lots in New York City with flowers—they called it guerilla gardening-awesome!

Take a trip to Quinta Mazatlan in McAllen to celebrate National Plant a Flower Day from 9 to noon on March 12th.  The event is free with Park Admission, $3 adults, $2 kids, 2 & under Free. Please reserve your tickets online at quintamazatlan.ticketleap.com in order for the park to prepare accordingly. For more information, contact Quinta Mazatlan at (956) 681-3370 and follow Quinta Mazatlan on social media.

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