Do you have spare plants available? Manchester Library would like you to bring them over on Nov. 16. (Friends of Manchester Library photo)

Do you have spare plants available? Manchester Library would like you to bring them over on Nov. 16. (Friends of Manchester Library photo)

Have an extra plant? Manchester Library needs your help

Plant collection will take place on Saturday, Nov. 16 at the library

PORT ORCHARD — Have you begun moving plants in and out of your garden or dividing mature, spring-blooming perennials as part of your preparations for winter, the Manchester Library is asking for your help.

On Saturday, Nov. 16, plant sale volunteers will be at the library, 8067 E. Main in Manchester, to take plant donations to be sold for an upcoming plant and garden sale that provides funding for the library’s maintenance and upkeep.

According to organizers, the success of the library’s plant sale this year left volunteers short on plants for next year. They are hoping for donations of just about any plant other than houseplants, invasive species or anything over 5 feet tall.

To donate plants, drop them off at the library any day of the week along the north side of the library, near the pot corral. Volunteers will be on-site from 10 a.m. to noon on Nov. 16.

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