Davis Arboretum taking orders for fall plant sale, featuring Auburn Azalea series

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The Donald E. Davis Arboretum at Auburn University is taking orders for the fall plant sale. The plant sale features the Auburn Azalea series, which is a collection of hybrid native azaleas that were created through the efforts of Auburn scientists, faculty and staff over the course of decades. The azaleas are planted throughout the university landscape and come in various colors, including multiple shades of orange.

The fall 2017 plant sale will feature the following Auburn Azalea cultivars: ‘Aubie,’ ‘Pat’s Pink,’ ‘Tom Corley,’ ‘Corley’s Cardinal, ‘Tiger’ and ‘Baker Dean.’ Also available through the Davis Arboretum plant sale are a wide variety of native trees, shrubs, ferns, grasses, perennials, vines and native azaleas.

To receive an order form, email a request. Forms must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Oct. 25. Plants will be ready to pick up Nov. 15-17 at the Davis Arboretum. Payment is due at the time of pick up. Payment can be made by cash, check and credit cards (no American Express). Order forms can be dropped off in person, mailed or emailed. Mailed forms must be received by the deadline of Oct. 25.

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