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New England seed swap soon

 
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Hey, I'm getting excited about the growing season. We're having a seed/perennial swap potluck party April 12th, wanna come? It's the "Festival of Potential" I talk about in the thread about goals for 2014.

Here's the facebook event or send me a purple mooseage.



 
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Off the top of my head I've got seeds from basil, catnip, chicory, kale, winter squash, tomato, and chestnut. There's more I'm not thinking of.
 
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Along with the seed swap, have you considered a book swap?
Lots of people have lots of books they've read and shelved. Rather than leave them on the shelf, bring em in, swap em with someone else.
Adds another dimension to the event.
 
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This might be fun to do again...
 
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