exploded with green March 17 and not just because it was St. Patrick's Day.
The had its ninth annual . Members wore their green club shirts and vendors sold a wide variety of plants.
This was the second year that the Garden Club paired up with the to host an art sale in Woodmont Clubhouse, adjacent to the park.
There was also food and beverages available for purchase, Hillsborough County master gardeners available to answer plant questions, and free entertainment and activities for kids.
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