11/10/13 Edgewater Fl plant/garden swap

saultic(9-10)July 12, 2013

Edgewater Permaculture Society's Fall Annual
Plant/Garden Swap Party at the Park
Sunday, November 10, 2013 2pm-4pm
Menard-May Park, 413 S. Riverside Drive, Edgewater, Florida
You're invited to: Edgewater Permaculture Society's Fall Annual Plant/Garden Swap Party at the Park. Sunday, November 10, 2013 2pm-4pm at Menard-May Park, 413 S. Riverside Drive, Edgewater, Florida. Bring anything garden related to trade with other local gardeners and farmers. Suggested items (but not limited to) plants, seeds, pots, garden art, tools, fresh produce, livestock, home made soap, home canned goods etc. Lots of great freebies. Free refreshments. Please help us spread the word about this fun free public event! email epsplantswap@yahoo.com for more information

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

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How does this swap work? Do you have to swap with anyone, can you be picky, is there any sort of value system, I am interested I think.

    Bookmark   July 15, 2013 at 9:06AM
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Hi leahrenee1, thanks for your question! This is the one swap a year that I use a ''plant points'' system because it is so big, the others we use the honor system..at this one I add up the estimated dollar value of what you bring, give you a 'plant points' ticket with that amount on it, and mark each plant you brought with it's 'plant point' value. The plants you brought are put in with everyone elses at that point. You then 'buy' plants (all marked with their value) with your plant points. If you want you can turn in your items to trade one at a time to make sure you can find enough to replace what you brought. I do donate hundreds of high quality plants to this swap to make sure everyone leaves happy. I do give double points for edibles and only charge single for them. Plants and seeds are worth more if they are labeled. If you have any problem with the dollar amount I assign to your plant I will probably change it. It's pretty easy going. It's really quite a simple system, although a little difficult to explain! Thanks again for your interest and I hope you will be able to attend! Do let me know if there is anything else I can help with. I love questions :)

    Bookmark   July 15, 2013 at 10:25AM
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