Eagle Nature Foundation, Ltd.
300 East Hickory Street, Apple River, IL 61001
Phone: 815-594-2306 Fax: 815-594-2305 Web Site: eaglenature.com
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tax Exempt No. 36-4015400
|For Immediate Release||August 24, 2016|
ENF Has a New Load of Plants
Apple River) The Eagle Nature Foundation has just received its last load of plants for 2016. There are presently almost 500 shrubs, trees and flowers of 160 different varieties in the yard from which people can choose. Many of the plants are in bloom at the present time, so a person can see what they look like and decide if they would fit in their own yards. Many different and unique plant varieties of plants are new in this load. The plants are located at ENF's office at 300 East Hickory Street, on the East edge of Apple River, right on Stagecoach Trail.
Plants are available during daylight hours for people to look them over. Prices are marked on the signs for each variety. The money for each plant chosen should be placed in the money box on the porch. If anyone comes during office hours they may come into the office to look over the many field guides, bird houses and feeders, honey and Rawleigh products, which are for sale, and get a receipt for their plant donation.
On the porch beside the money box is a box with a complete list of the plant descriptions. Some of the bird houses and feeders are available on the porch as well, the money for which can be placed in the money box with the plant money. Please do not take what you don't pay for as income from these plants and bird houses keeps ENF alive during the summer.
These plants are available through the courtesy of Roy and Sarah Klehm, from Barrington, IL and come from their Beaver Creek Nursery in Poplar Grove, IL, or Song Sparrow Nursery in Avalon, WI. Many of the plants are unique varieties that cannot be found in a regular nursery and have been developed over the years by the Klehm Family. There are 8 blooming varieties of phlox, 10 varieties of Hydrangea, 6 varieties of lilac, including the boomerang, 6 varieties of roses, 7 varieties of viburnum, 5 varieties of weigela, 4 varieties of dogwood, 2 varieties of smoke trees, 4 varieties of berbis, plus many other varieties such as hosta, coneflowers.
For more information contact: Terrence N. Ingram, Exec. Director, Eagle Nature Foundation, 300 East Hickory St., Apple River, IL 61001 Phone 815-594-2306