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Plant & Tree Swap

May 7, 2022 @ 12:00 pm 2:00 pm EDT

Join us for a plant & tree swap at Collard City Growers garden, 3337 6th Ave. in North Central Troy!

what: an opportunity to share plant abundance! 

how: bring your extra seedlings / saplings and trade with someone else for something new – perennials, annuals, house plants, anything goes!

why: a nice excuse to hang out in the garden with other families, meet some new plants and people, and celebrate Andrew Lynn’s birthday!

This is an event for the community and gardeners to get together and exchange seedlings for the season. Stop by to pick up some seedlings that you might want for your garden, drop off any extra flats that you don’t have room for, or just come on over to hangout and say hi 🙂

And remember, all plants that you give and take are FREE!

In a nutshell – we’d love to see you whether you have plants or not, so come say hi! Wear a mask and practice social distancing whenever possible. If it rains, we can gather in the hoop house.

As always, there’s lots of work to do, so if you’re in the mood for garden chores – we got you covered!

me ke hau ʻoli,
azure’ – christian – ember – thasos

If you want to brush up on the vibe of this project – you can listen to us kūkākūkā on WOOC last year. 

3361 6th Ave
Troy, 12181 United States
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