Garden Club Sale Includes Succulents


With their lavish collection of succulents, cacti, vines, and hanging plants are Wilton Garden Club members, from left, Patty Angione, Mya Smith and JoAnn Overton. All the plants were grown in the club’s greenhouse for its annual plant sale May 7-8.

The Wilton Garden Club’s greenhouse at Comstock is now in “high season,” brimming over with aloes, aeoniums, echeverias, agaves, kalanchoes, sedums, haworthii, and dozens of other succulents, cacti, vines, and ferns, all cultivated by garden club volunteers to be ready for this year’s 2010 Plants’ Sale on the Wilton Village Green, Friday, May 7, from 4 to 7, and Saturday, May 8, from 9 to noon.

I wonder where Wilton is; what state we’re talking about here?

To the Google!

Connecticut, our favorite Nutmeg State. And yes, those people refer to themselves as “Nutmeggers.” I don’t make up the news, I just report it.

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