ANGLETON — The sky was overcast and the air was heavy with moisture, rich with the scent of plants and earth Thursday morning as a dozen gardeners and volunteers moved around the Brazoria Environmental Education Station.

They toted plants to arrange on tables beneath and beyond a pavilion and lined up potted fruit trees under the shade of a live oak tree, all in preparation for the Brazoria County Master Gardeners’ annual fall plant sale today.

Corinna Richardson is the content editor for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0150.

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