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WANTED: Have: Allen Spring Plant Swap

Posted by denisew z8 TX (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 31, 08 at 21:30

The Allen Garden Club is sponsoring a plant swap on Thursday, April 3 at 7:30 pm at 102 N. Allen Drive in Allen, TX. Please bring your plants in containers - nursery pots, plastic bags, damp newspaper, etc. and label all plants. Seeds should be in envelopes or ziploc type baggies with the name of the seeds written on the outside.

Directions from Highway 75 (Central Expy.) and McDermott: East on McDermott, left on Allen Drive (second light), you'll see the little blue-gray house is on the left, go to the stop sign at Main St., turn left, then left onto the gravel drive and park in the grassy area in the back. Both the front and back doors will be open for you to bring your plants inside to the meeting area.

We will also have a short presentation that night by our Community Services Household Hazardous Waste Coordinator, Donna Kliewer about our recycling program here in Allen. Refreshments will be served and all are welcome to attend. See our website for more details.

Here is a link that might be useful: Allen Garden Club

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Have: My Plants that I'm bringing

I forgot to mention some of the plants that I plan on bringing: tall Brazilian verbena, daffodil bulbs (ones that are done blooming) - Thalia, garlic chives, sweet autumn clematis (in 4" pots), red oak seedlings, chrysanthemums, hyacinth bean vines-started from seeds, and more. I'm still digging and dividing, so I know I will have more by Thursday.

RE: WANTED: Have: Allen Spring Plant Swap

I'm busy on thursday's.
I wish ya'll the best for Happy trading

RE: WANTED: Have: Allen Spring Plant Swap

Just bumping this back to the top. The swap is tomorrow night. Let's hope the weather cooperates, even though the event is indoors. It is just getting all those flats of plants from the vehicle inside or at least to the front porch.

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