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To pay with a credit card, download the order form by clicking "Credit Card Order" below. Once the order form is downloaded to your computer, completed and emailed to c.pease14@verizon.net, come back here and click Pay by Credit Card below to complete the transaction. Ensure that your name shows in the note section.

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Pictured left to right are Amy Brown, owner of Garden Treasures, and Cindy Pease, board member of Talbot Community Connections.

To print an order form to hand complete, calculate total and then mail with check, click "Order Form" 

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The Plant Sale will offer four and a half-inch pots of geraniums and new guinea impatiens, supplied by Garden Treasures in Easton. The cost is $6 per plant. Plants must be pre-ordered and pre-paid, either by mailing the order form in with a check, emailing the order form and sending a check or paying with a credit card online.. Orders must be placed by April 28. Every effort will be made to fulfill each order, however, due to increased demand, the grower has advised they may not be able to provide the exact colors requested. 

For further information call Cindy Pease at 410-303-2375..

Talbot Community Connections' First Flower Sale Just In Time For Mother's Day

Talbot Community Connections (TCC) announces it will hold its first Flower Sale on Saturday, May 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Talbot County Business Center parking lot (formerly the Black and Decker plant) on Glebe Rd. in Easton.  Proceeds from the sale will help TCC, a nonprofit arm of Talbot County Department of Social Services (DSS), keep families together, support children in foster care, and support the elderly so they can remain independent, safe, and healthy members of our communities. TCC also helps support the Children’s Advocacy Center.

“This is our first Plant Sale and we would like to thank Garden Treasures for their support in helping us organize this event. It aligns perfectly with Mother’s Day and will allow people to shop for mom while helping those in need in our community,” states Cindy Pease, TCC board member and organizer of the event.