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All Proceeds from Indy Cultural Trail Fall Plant Sale cultivated by Milhaus to support the Cultural Trail

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc today announced it is hosting the Indy Cultural Trail Plant Sale – cultivated by Milhaus, featuring a dozen species that grow throughout the Cultural Trail’s five acres of gardens. The plant sale is available online now or in-person on Saturday, September 19, and Sunday, September 20 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. All proceeds from the plant sale benefit the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, a 501(c)3 organization.

All plants available in the sale are either bulbs, propagated plants growing on the Cultural Trail, or plants sourced from partners at a local nursery. All plant species available through the Cultural Trail Plant Sale – cultivated by Milhaus can be found along the eight-mile Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick.

“We are excited to host our first plant sale which provides both an opportunity for people to bring their favorite plants found on the Cultural Trail to their home garden, and also support the daily maintenance and care of the Cultural Trail,” said Kären Haley, Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc executive director.

The sale now live for online ordering. Pick up for pre-orders and online orders, as well as storefront shopping, are available on September 19 and 20 at the Indianapolis Cultural Trail headquarters, 132 W. Walnut St., Indianapolis, IN 46204. In-person shopping will be outdoors and spread out to allow for social distancing. Masks are also required for in-person shopping and will be provided.

Garden favorites featured in the sale include the Allium ‘Globe Master’ and Iris germanica ‘Swingtown’, also known to Trail users as the “Alabama Street Purple Irises.” A full list of plants can be found on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail’s website, along with a description of each plant, mature size, bloom time, care requirements, and where the plants can be found along the Trail.

“The Indianapolis Cultural Trail’s gardens have transformed downtown Indianapolis’s green spaces, and make the city vibrant and attractive for residents and visitors to enjoy,” said Raven Reckley, Milhaus vice president of marketing. “Milhaus is proud to sponsor the Cultural Trail’s plant sale and make sure the Trail gardens stay beautiful for years to come.”

Thanks to Team Milhaus for their generous partnership and support of the sale. We are proud to say that 100% of all sales will go directly back to the ongoing maintenance and care of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.

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About the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is managed by a nonprofit, Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc (ICT Inc). ICT Inc works to thoughtfully manage, maintain, and continue to grow and improve all aspects of the Trail to ensure it continues to exist as a world-class public space for residents and visitors of Indianapolis.

About Milhaus: Milhaus is an award-winning, mixed-use development, construction, and property management company that specializes in Class A, urban, multifamily residential buildings. Headquartered in Indianapolis, Milhaus is comprised of inspired and industrious individuals who are passionate about the development of mixed-use and multifamily communities. We provide exceptional customer experiences and create solutions for neighborhoods that positively impact communities by providing unparalleled expertise in real estate, investment, development, construction, and management. For more information, visit www.milhaus.com.

Additional Assets

Allium ‘Globe Master’

Iris germanica ‘Swingtown’

Media Contact:

Kären Haley

Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc.

317-721-8010

khaley@indyculturaltrail.org

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