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Penn State Horticulture Club To Host Valentine’s Day Rose Sale

You simply can’t go wrong with a bouquet of roses for your special sweetie to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Fortunately, the Penn State Horticulture Club is hosting a rose sale ahead of Love Day.

You can purchase flowers from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, February 13, and Tuesday, February 14, at table two in the HUB.

A single carnation with filler and a bow is $3, and a bouquet in a glass vase is $15. A single rose with filler and bow is $6, and half a dozen wrapped roses are $20. Cash, check, and Venmo will be accepted.

Additionally, the Horticulture Club has a ~fancier~ bouquet preorder sale. Preorders must be placed by Tuesday, February 7, through an online form. Bouquets can be picked up at a designated time slot between 6 and 8 p.m. on Friday, February 10. The pick-up location is Headhouse II, which is one of the greenhouses across from the Berkey Creamery.

A dozen roses are $75, and a half dozen with a bow are $55. Bouquets come in a vase with filler. You can pay cash or write a check made out to Penn State Horticulture Club.

Questions can be emailed to Emma Manwiller.

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