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The Liberty Town & Country Garden Club will offer its plant share to residents on Saturday, May 14, at Rotary Plaza, at the corner of Gallatin and Franklin streets. Garden club members shared plants from their personal gardens with the community. The plant share is an annual service provided by the club, which has been in existence in Liberty since 1947.

LIBERTY — Starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 14, members of the Liberty Town & Country Garden Club will hold their annual plant share for area residents. The event will last around two hours or as long as plants are available for sharing.

The event will be at Rotary Plaza, located at the corner of Gallatin and Franklin streets. Garden members will share plants from their personal gardens with the community. Area gardeners are also encouraged to bring their own divided perennials, shrubs or annuals to share.

Liberty's Town & Country Garden Club, founded Sep. 9, 1947, has had a purpose to beautify the community for 75 years.

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