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HAVE: Waxahachie Autumn Swap Saturday October 18 2014

Posted by sylviatexas z8a Tx (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 26, 14 at 21:50

This will be our second swap at Brown Singleton Park;
the first ever Waxahachie Swap was last spring, & everyone who came had a great time & went home with wonderful plants & new friends!

a couple of highlights from last spring:

The 'iris lady', whose plants are descended from a bunch she ordered from Schreiner's way back when, had at least 2 bushel baskets of them.

A man from Alvarado had the most *perfect*, the most *gorgeous* succulents, all named, all labeled, in half-gallon (I think) pots.

A woman from Palmer had crinums & spider lilies & promised more.

We start at 9 AM & usually our motors run down by about 1 PM, but there's no limit on our time at the park.

Brown Singleton Park is on Farley Street, just a bit south of 287 (the bypass, not business 287).

When you pass River Oaks Subdivision, you'll see the park on the right.

Turn in to the parking lot, & we'll be there at the front, by the trees.

Classic plant swap rules:
trade anything for anything as long as everybody's happy.
if you're just getting in to gardening, bring cookies or crafts or just anything; gardeners always need sunblock, lotion, gardening gloves, pots, etc.

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: Waxahachie Autumn Swap Saturday October 18 2014


Except I have to be in Belton that weekend. :(

RE: HAVE: Waxahachie Autumn Swap Saturday October 18 2014

Well, carp!

Check with xtal & see if they're having a swap!

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