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Hibiscus Society Sells Grafted Plants at Ag Fair

The St. Thomas Hibiscus Society Inc. will have grafted hibiscus plants on sale from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 5 and 6, at the Reichhold Center Grounds at the Agriculture and Food Fair.
The public is cordially invited to come by and purchase these beautiful flowering plants. Members of the society will be on hand to give people free advice and fact sheets on how to grow and care for their hibiscus.Tropical Hibiscus handbooks, The Seed Pod magazines and a DVD catalogue of 3,309 hibiscus images will also be on sale.
A raffle of grafted hibiscus plantswill be conducted at twelve, one and two o’clock.
For more information about the St. Thomas Hibiscus Society or the up-coming hibiscus sale, call Mario A. Francis,president,at626-4269 (cell) or 774-3745(telephone and fax) or e-mail: mfrancis_253@yahoo.com

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The St. Thomas Hibiscus Society Inc. will have grafted hibiscus plants on sale from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 5 and 6, at the Reichhold Center Grounds at the Agriculture and Food Fair.
The public is cordially invited to come by and purchase these beautiful flowering plants. Members of the society will be on hand to give people free advice and fact sheets on how to grow and care for their hibiscus.Tropical Hibiscus handbooks, The Seed Pod magazines and a DVD catalogue of 3,309 hibiscus images will also be on sale.
A raffle of grafted hibiscus plantswill be conducted at twelve, one and two o’clock.
For more information about the St. Thomas Hibiscus Society or the up-coming hibiscus sale, call Mario A. Francis,president,at626-4269 (cell) or 774-3745(telephone and fax) or e-mail: mfrancis_253@yahoo.com