Plant Sale at Pratts Greenhouse May 4-5 to benefit public flower plantings in Kennett Sq.

Kennett Collaborative invites you to shop for your spring annuals and perennials at Pratt’s Greenhouse May 4-5 during the annual Plant Sale benefitting the Beautification Committee, which provides seasonal flowers in the planters and small garden spaces throughout Kennett Square.

“The gorgeous flower planters on State Street were one of the very first things that drew me to historic Kennett years ago,” said Daniel Embree, Executive Director of Kennett Collaborative. “People come from all over the world to look at flowers in Kennett Square because of Longwood Gardens. Our volunteers on the Beautification Committee work hard to bring some of that magic to our main streets. We’re grateful to the garden clubs, Pratt’s Greenhouse, and everyone who helps Kennett bloom!”

Each year, volunteers fill the planters with flowers in the spring and summer and holiday greens during the winter. Bill Reynolds, owner of Pratt’s Greenhouse, meticulously selects flower varieties that will thrive in each pot’s location. The Borough of Kennett Square’s Public Works team waters them throughout the season.

Kennett Blooms! Plant Sale

Saturday, May 4, 8am to 4pm

Sunday, May 5, 10am to 3pm

Pratt’s Greenhouse

634 Hillendale Rd, Avondale, PA 19311

Pratt’s Greenhouse will generously donate 20% of the proceeds to the Beautification Committee. The annual sale pays for the flowers the committee plants uptown in Kennett Square, which means shopping the sale is a great way to make your town more beautiful!


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