South High Botany Students Prepare for Annual Plant Sale
Botany students at Sheboygan South High School have scheduled their annual plant sale that will be open to the public. The plant sale will be held from noon to 3 p.m., Saturday, May 8, in Room 179 and the greenhouse.
Students will be selling more than 25 varieties of tomato plants as well as an assortment of sweet and hot pepper plants. Besides geraniums, New Guinea impatiens and accent plants, this year the students also offer German fuchsia varietals, more coleus colors, African daisies, goldfish plants, and begonias.
All plants are student-grown and all proceeds go directly back into the program for next year's botany classes. Individuals who plan to attend the plant sale are asked to park in the staff parking lot that is on the north side of the building. Patrons can get to Room 179 and/or the greenhouse if they enter South High through doors 15 and 16.
Students will be available to help individuals carry plants to their cars.
South High School botany students (left to right), Brandon Schwartz, Theodore Hocevar, Tayler
Klabechek, Emily Schmidt and Samantha Dickie, are at work in the greenhouse. The students are getting
ready for the school's annual plant sale that is set for Saturday, May 8, from 12:00-3:00 pm. The sale is
open to the public.
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
April 1, 2010