The Camas-Washougal Historical Society (CWHS) will hold its annual plant fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, and Sunday, June 12, at the Two Rivers Heritage Museum, 1 Durgan Street, Washougal.
“Each spring we collect healthy plants from local gardens and yards to hold this popular event,” event organizer Alma Ladd said in a news release. “We love seeing so many familiar faces year after year who look forward to our great prices and unique items to add color or interest to their flowerbed and landscaping.”
Plants for sale may include Solomon’s seal, forsythia, red hellebores, violets, Hosta lilies, pink and white peonies, small azaleas, rhododendrons, wildflowers, and other native plants.
“We also have Camas lilies available, and they go quickly,” Ladd said.
Funds from the sale will help the CWHS preserve and make available historic information and artifacts that tell the stories of the history, people and development of the Washougal and Camas communities.