Beets, Beats, and Eats Farmers Market hosts 4th Annual Garden Exchange on August 26, 2011, 6pm-9pm in Crossman Park, Ortonville Michigan.
There’s nothing like adding new plants to perk up your garden, and there’s no better price than FREE! Plant swaps are a fun and terrific way to trade your extras, connect with other gardeners and get new plants; and what better place to do it than at the Beets, Beats, and Eats Farmers Market, with its unique weekly vendors, great food, and tons of fun for the whole family. So join us at our bigger and better than ever Fourth Annual Garden Exchange.
Have some extra garden tools, garden decor, or empty pots you no longer use? Bring them along and we’ll swap those too. Are you a new gardener with nothing to trade? That’s okay, we already have some extras waiting for you! PLUS FREE Tulip Bulbs to the first 30 people who participate in the the exchange.
While you are here:
- Meet the Goodrich Garden Club
- Talk to a professional from WoJo’s Greenhouse for great tips and plat advice
- Learn about Rain Gardens and Native Plants with Trish Hennig of Wild Ones & American Roots
Park entrance and the garden exchange are free. For more information, please visitwww.downtownortonville.org.
Directions: Crossman Park is located behind The Village Pub at the intersection of Mill Street and South Street in Downtown Ortonville. From I-75, take M-15 exit North to A&W Drive-in Restaurant. Turn right onto South Street, at blinking light intersection drive straight into the parking lot. Crossman Park is on your right.
Molly K. LaLone