Annual Neighborhood Plant Swap – April 29th 9 am – 10:15 am 51 Lawnridge Ave (use Helderberg Ave entrance)

Annual Plant Swap – hosted by Kathy Ray
A neighborhood plant exchange will take place Saturday April 29, from 9:00 to 10:15 am, at 51 Lawnridge Avenue, Helderberg entrance. Caffeinated coffee will be available to anyone who would like. Bring perennials mainly, but herbs and vegetable seedlings and even small saplings are welcome.
Put your plants be in a pot or plastic bag. Even if you have nothing to share, feel free to come and learn about perennials and pay $2 per plant, which we donate to a local non-profit cause. The number of plants available for purchase will depend on how much fellow gardeners bring. If possible, label the plant with name, sun requirement, height and color. Consider bringing a notebook to record that information from the donating gardener. Don’t bring invasive plant species, such as Bishop’s Weed or Japanese Knotweed, nor any plants that grow in the same bed as these species. In general, this refers to any plant that spreads by roots and keeps coming back after you dig it up. Because invasive-ness can be in the eye of the beholder, please label such plants as Artemesia, Pachysandra, and Harebells (Bluebells) so people know what they are getting into.
Thank you,
Eric Huntington
Chair, HNA