I just love the community Seed and Plant Exchanges here!
It's so terrific to meet up with other people enthusiastic about growing and sharing plants!
“It’s a lot of fun, it’s really rewarding to be able to share seeds and plants that you’ve grown,” Massey said. “Sharing the passion of gardening is something that’s hard to explain if you haven’t done it but if you have, you’ll know what we mean.”
The community seed and plant exchanges actually started a few years before this article says, before Regenerations got involved, but they have been keeping it going and advertising it well for years now. Kudos!
Here's what Darrel and I brought (on the left):
- 2 mamey sapote trees,
- 2 eggfruit (canistel) trees,
- a rolinia tree,
- a papaya tree,
- 2 caimito trees,
- a jakfruit tree,
- and some other things I honestly can't remember at this point. LOL
- ice cream bean tree (inga),
- soursop tree,
- a roselle plant,
- two cacao trees,
- poha berry plant,
- an upright rosemary plant cutting,
- 2 chayote squash (vine),
- and some seeds (cacao, wiwiwili, winged bean, parsley).