Elmwood Gardening Show 2012 – Seed’n’Plant Swap


Well it’s that time of the year again, planning for this year’s show has started and it’s going to be a big one! Not only will there be the usual competition and get together but it will be situated in a new garden. It’s still mine but it’s being completely revamped this spring and will be utterly different. I’ll just give you a sneak preview of whats instore…

February 2012

 

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Next I would like to invite you to 2012’s plant swap; again it will be held in my garden. When you come to the plant swap you will be able to bring a plant (or seeds) and swap with each or trade it for one of the items in the shop. Mentioning the shop there will be a range of plants for you to purchase in order to grow on later this year. If you have any special requests for plants please mention them in the form and I will do my best.

The Swap – Saturday 14th April 2012

The Show – Saturday 18th August 2012

I know that it’s rather brief but I think that’s about it for now then. I look forward to seeing you later on this year and wish you all a successful growing season…

Anthony Cunningham

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3 thoughts on “Elmwood Gardening Show 2012 – Seed’n’Plant Swap

  1. Lovely post Anthony i would of love to come on the 14 of April but am attending a wildlife bird meeting that day but if you dm me on twitter i send you some seeds to swop on the day and have pencil the 18 of August in my calender already to come to the show

  2. Two great ideas. Good luck with both, and with the garden revamp. Really good to see a bag of New Horizon peat-free compost ready to roll in the greenhouse… It’s good stuff, isn’t it?

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