Hamilton, OH, April 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Brown’s Marketplace will be hosting the annual Butler County Master Gardener Plant Sale from 10am until 12pm. Over 2,500 plants are expected to be available including perennials, annuals, herbs, groundcovers, hostas, shrubs, and much more. The sale will also include garden books, garden ornaments, baskets, tools, and fancy pots. The popular “Ask the Expert” booth with also be available to answer any questions that local gardeners have.
The Master Gardener program provides intensive training for gardeners, who then volunteer their time assisting in educational programs and activities for Ohio Residents. The program is run by the Ohio State University and all proceeds benefit the Master Gardner program and help fund their many varied programs and events.
Brown’s Marketplace located at 1416 Main St. Hamilton, Ohio, 45013 was established in 2006 and features four main sections, Amish Style Bulk Foods and Deli, Hamilton Quality Antiques, Brown’s Auction Gallery, and the West Side Event Center and Meeting Hall. Brown’s Marketplace has been a fixture in Hamilton and is well known in the area for its family first atmosphere, and for its many charitable contributions and its support of local fundraising campaigns for the schools and the community. More information on Brown’s Marketplace can be found at www.brownsmarketplace.com.