May Plant & Seed Exchange

Event Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019
Event Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Our 9th Annual  Plant Exchange at the Assembly Hall in Etobicoke:
– bring a plant or seeds or other resources and take home plants and/or seeds, whatever we have available!
— extended community events and tables this year – stay tuned!
— seeds from Seeds.ca and even Beekeepers are on their way
— community gardens & urban farming information tables

VOLUNTEERS WANTED! – help us, contact us here: http://legsetobicoke.ca/contact-us/

Need more info?  Email us: info@legsetobicoke.ca or 416-347-5449

garden plant seed exchange


Our May garden plant and seed exchange is:

  • fun & informativegarden plant seed exchange
  • great place to meet gardeners
  • good time to try a new plant
  • community building
  • encourages reuse, recycling & organic living
  • urban gardening cornerstone
  • accessible to all
Tables, Set, Ready!

Tables, Set, Ready! – garden plant seed exchange


You can be sure of finding a great selection of hard-to-source garden plants, locally grown, easy, hardy and/or large, healthy perennials and specialty items for urban gardens.

This is an exchange: bring a plant, take home a plant.
Donations are accepted by cash. Note: we do NOT collect containers for recycling

Open to the public: everyone is invited.
There is no admission charge and free parking is available on street, or paid parking in Humber Parking Lots and on Lakeshore Blvd. West.

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What is a Plant Swap?

A plant swap is exactly what is sounds like—a forum for swapping out plants with fellow gardeners. Seed and plant exchanges allow gardeners in the community to come together and share seeds, cuttings, and transplants from their own gardens to swap with others. Organizers state that plant swap rules are easy to follow, and the only real concern is that plants are healthy and have been well cared for. It is also customary that you take no more plants home than you bring to the swap.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Plant Swap Info: How To Participate In Community Plant Swaps https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/projects/participating-in-plant-swaps.htm

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