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Free Public Plant Exchange-October 12

October 12, 2013 is the date; 9AM to noon is the time for the U.C. Master Gardeners annual plant exchange.

If you have not experienced the fun of this free event, this is what you can expect to find. A variety of plants some the Master Gardeners  have propagated, some they and others have brought to exchange for something new  they may want  to add to their gardens. You will also find books on gardening, magazines, pots maybe some garden tools or garden art.

This is a free event; you do not even need to bring anything to exchange to attend. If you have excess flower or vegetable seeds, plants you no longer want, bring them to the exchange. If you are bringing plants or seeds,  please label to identify them as it is very helpful for all that attend. Please no plant in pots over 5 gallons.

For the first 80 participants, there will be available a take home set of pest note cards that help identify pest and how to safely deal with them. Also there is a vegetable planting guide that shows the months that you should plant the vegetables you like, it also show the approximate harvest time.

This year you will have the opportunity to listen to mini talks.

Here is the schedule for these talks.

9:30                         Succulents (and their propagation)

10:15                       Plant propagation (stem cuttings)

11:00                       Fall gift ideas (planting a pumpkin container)

11:30                       How to become a Master Gardener

Stay for as many talks as you would like. Between 9:30 and 11:30 there will be fun activities for kids as well.

The address for the plant exchange is: 501 Texas St. Fairfield, kitty-corner from Armijo High School, the school is located at the corner of Texas and Washington Street.

The parking in front of the office is very limited; there is additional parking across the street. You can access it by Empire Street.

Remember the date Oct 12, 2013 time 9AM to noon for this fun free event. This is a chance to add some new plants to your garden.

Gardeners browsing the variety of plants available. (photo by Jennifer Baumbach)
Gardeners browsing the variety of plants available. (photo by Jennifer Baumbach)

Posted on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at 8:05 AM

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