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Have: Plant swap for Temple/Belton: AWESOME location

Posted by xtal z8b Temple. TX ( on
Mon, Mar 20, 06 at 8:52

The FIRST plant swap for the Temple/Belton and the surrounding areas is set for April 1. An AWESOME place is available for our use: The County Agricultural Extension office!

The North County Annex is located in Belton; 1605 N Main Street (right next door to the Scott & White Clinic). The County Extension Office and other USDA offices are in this building. Its also the home of the Bell County Master Gardeners. Not only will we be able to sit and visit with each other while exchanging our plants, but we'll also be able to see a veggie garden in the works.

We are hoping to be able to tour the MG Greenhouse, too. If you want to arrange some trades ahead of time, email the people who respond below... Otherwise, just show up with those extra plants that you've potted up to exchange.

April 1st. 9am-noon. Plan on bringing a chair along with a dish to share for lunch. Parking is around back. We'll meet in the back at the picnic table. Bring a friend if you like.


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RE: Have: Plant swap for Temple/Belton: AWESOME location

I'll be there! Glad we finally got the date set. I'm potting up everything I can think of that someone might want. Hope we have a good turn out for the swap.

YALL COME!! Belton is a great little town, easy to get to and I'd love to show it off. I guess you can tell I live here. The Annex is a great spot for the swap, and if you like to shop you can always drive on down I35 to Salado for the afternoon.

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