Plant and Seed Trading forum: North Charleston, SC Plant Swap

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Name: Darren Sheriff
North Charleston, SC (Zone 8b)
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TheCitrusGuy
Feb 26, 2012 8:41 PM CST
For all you folks that live close to or in the North Charleston, SC area.
PLANT SWAP
Come swap all those extra plants you have
April 28thth 2012, 10am setup
Park Circle, by the Gazebo
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The Specifics
10am set-up and browse....11am swap...immediately afterwards...LUNCH!
Bring ALL your extra plants, if it grows, it will go! Including Houseplants!
Also any garden related items, Hoses, Garden Art, Containers, Etc.
We are having it at Park Circle in North Charleston, by the Gazebo. There are picnic tables, bathrooms and LOTS of room for kids to play and even more room for plants, parking and food.
Pretty much everybody in Charleston is familiar with Park Circle....there are numerous ways to get to it, depending on which way you are coming. If you want or need directions, e-mail me, I will get it and respond ASAP.
The way we swap will be the basic Free For All. I will say go, everybody will grab ONE (1) plant and take it to their hiding area. After everybody has a plant, we repeat the process. Nice and Simple!
We will have plates and napkins and such, Please bring your own drinks. This year we are trying something new, bring your favorite Hot Dog side dish, we will have dogs there. We like to do a Pot Luck style picnic and encourage everybody to stick around and participate. The socializing afterwards is as much fun as the swap itself, please try to give yourself enough time to stay and enjoy!
If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask.
Happy Growing Folks!
PLEASE TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS!!
We are also on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NorthCharlestonPlantSwap

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