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The club was planning on holding the event at the Washington County Fair Complex in Hillsboro.

PMG FILE PHOTO - Members of the Tualatin Valley Garden Club work for months to prepare for their annual spring plant sale. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the sale has been canceled.

The Tualatin Valley Garden Club is canceling its annual plant sale due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The sale was originally set for Saturday, April 25, at the Washington County Fair Complex in Hillsboro. According to organizers, the annual event usually features a wide selection of vegetables available for home gardens.

People could purchase landscape plants, such as perennials, shrubs, small trees, natives and rhododendrons. The annual sale also features garden-related materials, tools, books and specialty plants.

The club hopes to resume the event as usual next year.

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