Seedling & Seed Swap Sat 29th April 2017

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Come and swap your food and flower seedlings, seeds and plants, plus share tips on growing your own food and getting the best blooms.
The Angel , Langport. Saturday 29th April 2017,

Transition Town Langport presents the first annual Langport community seed swap at The Angel.
This event is free and open to gardeners and plant enthusiasts of all ages and abilities.

Bring any home saved flower, herb or vegetables seeds, excess seeds (you know the half packet of lettuce from last year)..., seedlings and plants that you'd like to swap. If you haven't got any of these at home or in the garden shed, come along with a few pennies for donations and have a look whats on offer.

Hopefully there will be a stall of gardening tools for sale with all proceeds going to mpongwes people — or their children wants to get their handy dirty.

Tea, coffee and cakes will be available.
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