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how to host a plant swap - Assign sections for perennials, shrubs, herbs, miscellaneous, or whatever categories work for you

A plant-swap party saves money, introduces people to new plants and provides a great excuse to gather on a balmy day.

Get your green-thumbed pals together to trade plants, swap tips and maybe even enjoy a scone or two as the spring gardening season begins. Have a nice brunch.

"Perennial plant exchange," this article explains what I've been up to this spring and now summer. Local trades on Facebook, to regional Round Ups with a gardening group! There are also seed exchanges locally and via mail. Get started anytime!!

My friend Stephanie hosted the most awesome springtime party – it helped us all unload the perennial plants overtaking our yards and grab some new and different plants for our flower beds.