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HAVE: Plant swap March 15th

Posted by lavernialadybug 8B (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 2, 14 at 16:32

The Blooming Buds are sponsoring a plant swap March 15th at MacArthur Park in San Antonio from 10-2. Look for the signs and anything gardening is welcome (please not cactus or aloe unless someone has requested it). We usually have a potluck around noon so bring something to share if you would like to eat with us.


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RE: HAVE: Plant swap March 15th

have fun! We`ll be up for the swap in April. I sure hope it warms up!
Tally Ho!


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RE: HAVE: Plant swap March 15th

Weather is looking good for Sat.

Saturday, March 15, 2014

10:00am until 2:00pm.

THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Plant swap at MacArthur Park 10 a.m. -2 p.m. in the usual location on the back side by the playground.

Don't have any plants? Bring 1 gallon bags of soil, perlite, soil, fertilizer; anything that will help a seed or plant grow. Seeds, tools, garden art and magazines are always welcomed.

There will be a potluck luncheon where we can have to to meet and greet everyone and just talk about what we love most plants.


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RE: HAVE: Plant swap March 15th

My have list:
3 hanging baskets
5 loquat seedlings
1 succulent plant
cane begonia cuttings
green bean seedlings, more to come.
I want: edibles.

This post was edited by leapingfroglady on Tue, Mar 11, 14 at 15:20


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RE: HAVE: Plant swap March 15th

If it 's not raining, I will bring a pasta dish and cookies. . haves are cuttings, seedlings, ,,,Have to look in greenhouse.
Wants would be Hoyas and succulents


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RE: HAVE: Plant swap March 15th

Sunnysa, looking forward to meeting you today.


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RE: HAVE: Plant swap March 15th

Don't think I'll make it today.... We've had a light drizzle all morning. Hope to make it next year.


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