Have: Edgewater FLorida Huge! Plant Swap Party at the Park Nov

saultic(9-10)October 3, 2010

Edgewater Permaculture Society is hosting their 3rd annual Plant Swap Party at the Park, at Hawks Park this year, 120 West Turgot Ave. Sunday, November 7th, from 2-5pm. We would like to thank the more than 100 people who attended last year! Admission is free to this free public event. Gardeners and farmers are invited to bring Anything garden related to trade for what other local gardeners have brought to the swap! There will be free drinks and snacks, door prizes, vegetable and wildflower seeds from EPS. Stickers and coloring books from St. Johns Water Management, and other garden related freebies. Kids can sign up to join the EPS Kids Planet Protectors Club!

If you need plants to trade there is still time to start some from cuttings; although cuttings, seeds, bare root and potted plants, bags of mulch, homemade soaps, crafts, canned goods, anything garden related is all welcome. EPS can provide information on how to start new plants from cuttings and divisions. Whipped cream or sour cream containers with holes poked in the bottom are great for bringing plants from your yard to the swap. You can even use plastic bags full of dirt to transport your plants. Be Creative! Please try to label all plants and seeds. If you don't know what something is there may be someone at the swap that can help identify it for you.

For more information you can email epsplantswap@gmail.com or visit their website at www.edgewaterpermaculturesociety.webs.com

Thanks! See you at the Swap! :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Edgewater Permaculture Society Website

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