A wide variety of specially grown perennials from members' own gardens will be available, as well as some varieties from a local nursery. Experienced gardeners will be on hand to assist customers with their selections. Annuals, herbs and vegetable plants will also be for sale.
At the baked goods table, there will be a selection of home-baked pies, cakes, breads, cookies and Dot Grout's own famous baked beans.
Proceeds from the sale are used to support club projects, including scholarships for local students and plantings in public gardens on East Arlington Rd., the Rec Park and the Community House in Arlington.
Contact Jeri Schoof, the chairwoman of the garden club, at 440-8158 for more information.