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WANTED: Plant Swap Canton, Ohio May 26

Posted by polive z5oh (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 19, 07 at 1:19

Hopewe Plant Swap
Date May 26

Simpson United Methodist Church
4900 Middlebranch, Ave NE,
Canton,Ohio 44705

Hope we have good weather, Hope we have fun,
Hope we have a big turn out,

Time 11:00 set - up
1:00 Round Robin Swaps to begin

What to do? Please label your plants with name and growing instructions. Place plants in shade out side of the shelter

Who to bring? Friends, children, and spouses
Hot Sandwiches and canned soda will be sold as a Church fundraiser for the use of the facility. Donations can be made if you desire.

Feel free to bring your own coolers and snacks lawn chairs small tables, blankets, Shade tents for your comfort. Pen and paper, markers and tape, bags, boxes to carry your swaps in.
What to bring? Anything garden related you want to swap:
House plants Steppingstones
Garden plants, Bulbs
Sun hats,Gloves
Seeds, Seedlings Flowerpots starting supplies
Pond supplies and plants
gardening books or magazines
Signs and markers
bird feeder, Birdbath

This is a free event

We have 2 Ball field.
play area for children
Six Semi shaded acres for you to enjoy.
NO Sales please. NO Alcohol

We would like a general idea how many people to plan for.
Please feel free to include what you have to swap and what your looking for. Pre arranged swaps are welcome.

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Plant Swap Canton, Ohio May 26

I would love to come!!! Glad to see someone is holding one!!! Thank you!!! I will mention to some of my plant friends and hopefully get more people involved. I just joined so I could post a message to you. Please email me privately? Does my email show somewhere? If not send to Are you needing any assistance?


RE: WANTED: Plant Swap Canton, Ohio May 26

Hello Paula , Yes I can use assistance in all the plant areas. I plan on putting the signs out this week. I have been potting up feverfew and starting seed to be ready for the exchange. Next week I will start splitting hostas and forget-me-nots.I will start gathering prickly pear cactus, Kentwood Ivy, corkscrew willow, and forsyntha. On the rainy days I have been splitting my house plants. The spiders are throwing loads of babies.The string of hearts are growing as well as the house cactus. I will have loads of each at the exchange.I hope to get my collection down to one or two of everything so I have room for more varities. I will continue listing as I do the potting. If your looking for any plants please list them. I want outdoor plants that like well drained shade,partridge berry, Lady's bedstraw,and low growing ground cover.

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