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The Kent State Faculty/Staff Plant ExchangePosted April 28, 2014
Are you ready to beautify your yard this summer? Take part in the Kent State plant exchange
What is a plant exchange? A plant exchange is where you dig up perennials (the plants and flowers that come back every year) that you have overgrowing and taking over your flower beds and share them with others. Flower bulbs, veggie and flower seedlings also can be shared. Even if you do not have plants to share and would like to get started with gardening, you can still participate. There are plenty of plants to go around.
If you are interested in taking part in the exchange, send an email to email@example.com. You will then be sent a link to a Google Doc where you will select what plants you would like from other participants and then list any plants you may have to exchange.
The actual exchange will take place outside of Heer Hall (the Division of Human Resources) on Friday, May 16.
This plant exchange is free and open to all Kent State University faculty and staff who sign up ahead of time for plants via the Google Doc.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 2 if you want to sign up or have questions about the plant exchange.