Oct 7 Free Toledo Plant Exchange

Posted Sep 14th, 2017 by Tahree Lane  Category: Community Interest


The autumnal version of the Toledo Plant Exchange will be the morning of Sat. Oct. 7 in the parking garage of the downtown Toledo library.

This beautify-Toledo-fest offers all attendees a few free plants, while those who bring plants and gently-used garden items to share can select even more. Fall is an ideal time to transplant perennials, bulbs, bushes, trees, and grasses.

People can drop off their shared items from 8:30 to 10 a.m. and by 10:30, most plants are headed for new homes. All plants should be labeled and weed free. Several informational booths will be set up for perusing and Master Gardener Volunteers will be happy to answer questions. Library staff will display its newest gardening books.

Enter the Main Library’s parking garage from Adams between 10th and Michigan streets and proceed to the far end. Parking is free.

In its 13th year, the Toledo Plant Exchange is held on the first Saturday mornings in October and May. It’s organized by OSU Extension Lucas County Master Gardeners and unaffiliated community gardeners with support from the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library. Information: 419-578-6783 and Facebook.

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