Our annual plant exchange is back at last. This is the 12th plant exchange event we have organized in Etobicoke and we are so looking forward to growing with you!
Date: Sunday May 8th, 2022 Yes, it’s Mother’s Day – but the morning only!
Time: 9-12pm Early birds bring the best plants!
Location: Assembly Hall 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Rain or Shine!
What happens at our Plant Exchange?
Bring a plant and take home a plant. All plants are donated by local gardeners from overflowing gardens. There is usually something for everyone! Maybe you need some more bulbs or berries or daylilies or you have tons of those to share.
Bring them with you when you come.
At our Plant Exchange we also have:
LEGS membership table
seedlings good to go home with you by donation
local garden and community groups joining us
We are proud and happy to Partner with the Assembly Hall, our long time Plant Exchange location in south west Etobicoke
Seed and plant exchanges allow gardeners of every level in our community to come together and share seeds, cuttings, and transplants from their own gardens to swap with others. Even wisdom, sometimes books and references are shared. Most importantly, new friendships and stories are shared!
Our regular meeting first thursday of each month is shifted this January due to its proximity to New Year’s Day.
Our Winter Season Starts the second tuesday on January 9th!
January meeting – January 9th – 2014 Julie from Sprout Guerrilla
— Sprout Guerrilla is a company striving to enable and promote urban guerrilla gardening. Sprout Guerrilla’s moss graffiti kits enable people to reclaim dead urban spaces and transform them into living ecologies. — www.sproutguerrilla.com
The last of the gorgeous colour falls all around us, as we welcome another cold season ahead. Gardening tools put away. Beds covered for warmth and protection from the elements.
Enjoy the fall season and all it has to offer. Explore the outdoors. Don’t forget to join us for our monthly gardening talks. First thursday of every month until June 2014. December, we will have our annual Christmas Garden Dinner instead of a regular meeting.