Annual 4-H Fruit Plant Sale

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How do you help children to become responsible adults? By planting seeds for them to be creative, independent, and compassionate. If you are not around children all the time, this can be a difficult task. However, 4-H creates experiences for children through clubs, summer programs, or school activities for these seeds of mastery, independence, and generosity to grow.

You can help Clay County 4-H by purchasing a fruit plant through the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Clay County Annual 4-H Fruit Plant Sale from February 1 until March 12, 2021. This year there are a variety of plants being sold such as apple, pear, peach, blueberry, blackberry, elderberry, and strawberry.

To place an order,  you can either print  the order form below or fill out the online form. (Note, if you fill out the online form, have a list of the plants and prices you would like to buy-at the end of the form you will have to type in the total.)

If you printed off the order form, mail it and the payment to the address below. If you filled out the online order form, then mail the payment to the address below.

N.C. Cooperative Extension
25 Riverside Circle, Suite 2
Hayesville, NC 28904

If you would like to drop off the payment, please call ahead of time to make an appointment for either Tuesday or Friday. Please bring the exact amount if you are  paying with cash, change will not be able to be given.

****Due to Covid we ask that you call ahead to make an appointment to drop off your order and payment. We will meet you in the parking lot and masks are required ****

Plants will be available to be picked up on April 8, 2021 after 12 in the parking lot of the Community Services Building, located at the above address.

Help support the Clay County 4-H Youth program by buying a plant. 4-H logo
All proceeds from the plant sale will support the
Clay County 4-H Program  Enhancement Fund within the NC Agricultural Foundation

2021 Fruit Plant Order Form

Online 2021 Fruit Plant Form

Planting and Caring for Fruit Trees

Written By

Julie Lyvers, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJulie LyversExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Julie E-mail Julie N.C. Cooperative Extension, Clay County Center
Updated on Feb 2, 2021
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