Master Gardener Premium Poinsettia & Christmas Wreath Fundraiser

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It’s hard to think of a beautiful winter landscape and the joys of Christmas right now, but why not?  The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners in Susquehanna, Tioga and Bradford will be holding their annual premium wreath and poinsettia fundraiser. The deadline to order for each county is Wednesday, November 3 and pick up will be on Friday, December 3 *or call to make other arrangements.

These lush wreaths and poinsettias are not your typical small grocery/retail plants…they are large gorgeous premium plants from a local grower. There will be a variety of poinsettia colors for the 6 ½ inch pot size which usually have 6+ blooms for $16: Red Glitter, Pink, White, and Classic Red. The large 8-inch pot for $35-red only will boast 14+ blooms. The lush green wreaths come in 2 sizes as well: 18 inches for $25 and 24 inches for $30.

We encourage you to consider purchasing your poinsettias and wreaths locally through the Master Gardener’s poinsettia and Christmas wreath sale. These are the best of the best and proceeds from this sale goes into educational programming for the community. Educational information about care and maintenance will be included with you purchase.

Email or call your respective county contact for an order form: We can also mail you an order form if you provide your mailing address.

Susquehanna County: Phone: 570.666.9003 email:

Bradford and Tioga Counties: McKayla Accettulla Phone: 570.724.9120 email:

Pick up Locations:

Susquehanna County: Penn State Extension Office, 88 Chenango St., Montrose, PA

Date: Friday, December 3, Time: 3pm – 7pm

Bradford County: Penn State Extension Office, 200 Main Street, Suite 3, Towanda, PA

Date: Friday, December 3, Time: 3pm – 7pm

Tioga County: Weis parking lot, Wellsboro, PA

Date: Friday, December 3, Time: 3pm – 7pm

The Penn State Master Gardener volunteer program supports the outreach mission of Penn State Extension by utilizing unbiased research-based information to educate the public and our communities on best practices in sustainable horticulture and environmental stewardship. A few of the many services provided to the community are the Garden Hotline which helps homeowners get their gardening questions answered with research-based answers and is provided at no charge. This also includes insect identification as well as Penn State lab services for identifying plant diseases. Many workshops, webinars, youth programing are regularly provided, as well as self-guided demonstration gardens. Presentations for your organization, poison prevention programing for first grade students and much more! Your local Penn State Master Gardeners offer the community an abundance of gardening programs. Contact them to find out about programming in your area!

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