EP horticulture students work hard

The Eagle Point Horticulture Program has been busy planting and organizing the greenhouse at Eagle Point High School. Their hard work is paying off and the greenhouses are looking amazing just in time for the Eagle Point FFA Plant Sale.

Mr. Curtis North, Eagle Point FFA advisor and Horticulture teacher says that this is some of the best quality plants they have ever seen come through the greenhouse. The students have been planting in their botany classes since before spring. Extra care had been taken this year to organize the greenhouse and improve the quality of all the plants and it can most definitely be seen.

The Eagle Point FFA Plant Sale is coming up May 10, 11 and 12. Eagle Point FFA would like to encourage everyone to come and pick out some new plants for the 2012 season, said FFA Reporter, Nicolas Wolf.

 

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