Horticulture, Welding and FFA to benefit from Battle Ground Public Schools plant sales.

Sales scheduled for late April, early May at Battle Ground and Prairie high schools

BATTLE GROUND — Students in the Battle Ground School District grow thousands of plants each year.

In an annual tradition, those plants will now be sold during a series of sales that will help benefit the school district’s horticulture, welding and Future Farmers of America programs.

The Battle Ground School District will hold its annual plant and greenhouse sales later this month and in early May. Photo courtesy of the Battle Ground School District
The Battle Ground School District will hold its annual plant and greenhouse sales later this month and in early May. Photo courtesy of the Battle Ground School District

A variety of perennial and annual flowering and bedding plants, in addition to vegetable starts and hanging baskets, were all grown by students and will be available for sale.

The work to bring the plants to the sale has been carried out by students at Battle Ground High School, Prairie High School, the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education and the FFA and welding teams.

Some of the plants grown by students are used in landscaping projects around the district, but the rest are up for the taking.

Below is specific information on each of the upcoming sales from the Battle Ground School District:

Center for Agriculture, Science, and Environmental Education (CASEE)

Sat., April 28 and Sun., April 29

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

CASEE Center, 11104 N.E. 149th St., Brush Prairie

This sale is held in conjunction with NatureScaping of SW Washington’s Bare Root trees, shrubs and perennials sale. CASEE will be selling northwest native trees and shrubs. Prices are $3, $5 and $10. Cash only.

Battle Ground High School

Sat., May 5 and Sun., May 6

9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

BGHS greenhouses, 300 W Main St., Battle Ground

There more than 15,000 plants for sale this year, including hanging baskets, perennial flowers,  bedding plants, vegetables, berry plants and nursery stock. Cash or checks only, please. Customers are also welcome to walk through and see the demonstration garden named after Paddy Hough. It includes aquaculture, tissue culture, hydroponics, trellised fruit trees, and several perennial fruits that aren’t common in a Pacific Northwest garden. Cash or check only.  

Prairie High School Plant Sale

Sat., May 5 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Prairie High School greenhouse, 11311 NE 119th St., Vancouver

Shop a large selection of hanging baskets, grasses, vegetables, herbs, flowers, trees and succulents. Cash or check only.

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