Flower and vegetable seeds wanted for Seed Exchange this Saturday

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Got seeds to share?

Please bring them to the White Clover Grange in Mohler this Saturday, April 6 from 11-3. There is a free seed exchange as part of Garden Fest 2024. All seeds welcome, flowers, veggies, herbs, etc.

Bring some, take some! Or just bring some or just take some.

Here is more information about Garden Fest 2024:
– a weekend of gardening fun with information and merchandise to get your year off to a good start
Saturday April 6 from 11-3
Farm and Garden items for sale and free gardening tips from our experts
• Spring plant starts from Teresa Retzlaff of North 45 Farm, and Britt & Kyle of Moss Creek Farm (come early supply will be limited)
• Autum and Zach’s dahlia bulbs
• Cindy Erickson’s glass garden art
• Karla Allbritton’s garden décor
• David Hendrickson’s cider
• Kelly White’s communitea
• Jared and Josh’s compost samples
• Lance and Tammi’s farm vittles
• Share seeds at the seed exchange table with Barbara McLaughlin
• Hope Stanton’s native plants
• Gary Lewis’s wrought iron garden art
• The sharpenator – bring your tools!
• Jose Camerena’s spring collection
Ask an Expert. We will have many tables hosted by locals that know lots about farming and gardening
• Native Plants
• Grass Farming
• Compost on the garden
• Dry farming
• Apples
• Tea
• Worm Composting
• Growing Dahlias
• Seeds
• Living Soil
Art for kids
In the Grange Kitchen from 11-1 with Bonnie and Roger Neugebauer
Gardening Presentations at 1 in the Grange dining room
• Teresa Retzlaff from North 45 Farm will discuss strategies for having a successful dry garden
• Joe Meyer, Soils instructor at TBCC will discuss living soil
Sunday April 7 from 1-4
Free Heritage apple tree grafting workshop with David Hendrickson from Carola Wines and Cider, along with Trav Williams and Jim Fanjoy
Learn the art of grafting scion wood onto root stock to preserve our local heritage apple tree treasures.
For more information and to reserve your spot 503-368-5886 or 541-554-6213
Thanks to the Tillamook County Cultural Coalition for funding the grafting works