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Oxford Community Garden Hosts Inaugural Plant and Seed Swap

photo courtesy of Oxford Community Gardening Association
photo courtesy of Oxford Community Gardening Association

All gardeners, experienced and novice, are welcome to swap plants and seeds at the Oxford Community Garden Association‘s inaugural Plant and Seed swaps this Saturday.

The swaps will begin at 11 a.m. at the garden site on the corner of Bramlett and University avenues, just across from the newly rebuilt McDonald’s. These swaps can be beneficial to those whose plants have outgrown their space or those who want to try something new. Those participating can bring ready to sow plants and seed packets, and any informational tidbits about the plants in the exchange are appreciated.

Jason Hoeksema, president of OCGA, said, “This even is an opportunity for existing garden plot-holders to exchange extra plants and seeds, and learn from each other about what to plan this time of year. It is also an opportunity for non-members of the garden to visit, meet some gardeners and learn more about how the community garden works.”

The OCGA members are also welcoming inquiries on plots within the community garden. The association also welcomes the Lafayette County Master Gardeners and the Oxford Garden Club.

For more information the association can be reached at oxfordcga@gmail.com.


Callie Daniels is a staff writer at HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at callie.daniels@hottytoddy.com.

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