If you’re looking for beautiful flowers, maybe for Mother’s Day, or easy-to-manage plants, then head over to the Stephenville High School greenhouse for the FFA's annual plant sale from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday.

The floriculture team — Danielle Dunn, Faith Cox, Katie Roberson and Micah Rainey — have been hard at work prepping plants and flowers for the sale, which benefits the FFA.

“We’re going to have plants from about $5 to $30, so we’re really cheap and everything has to go before the summer,” Dunn said.

The sale will include succulent gardens, strawberry plants, aloe vera, outdoor hanging baskets and flowering plants.

“They’ll be perfect for Mother’s Day,” Dunn said.

Some plants were ordered and grown by the floriculture team and others were ordered wholesale.

“This has been a learning experience for us too because the majority of us want to go into this field,” Dunn said.

Roberson added, “It helps from a business perspective and horticulture perspective because we’re kind of marketing ourselves. Micah Rainey’s coming up with the prices and then we’re making all the signs that go with it that tells you what plant is good where, shade, watering, so everything is us.”