Plant Exchange takes place on the first Tuesday of the month. On November 7, we expect to have more than two dozen different varieties of plants available, including vegetables and herbs. Bring a plant, take a plant. A list of expected plants will be posted here shortly. However, you never know what will show up; last month we received an amazing donation of zhuzhu plants and blossoming dancing ladies! (Sorry, none left for November, but you never know what new items might show up.)
If you don't have a plant to give, leave a donation: money is donated to the Friends of Kaiser High School to pay for fees and materials for teacher and student activities.
Time flies! Once again the plant exchange is right around the corner. Here are the details:
Kaiser High School parking lot
4-7pm, October 3, 2017
Bring a plant, take a plant
Here's a short list of plants we expect:
Our next plant exchange is scheduled for the first Tuesday of October, October 3, 2017.
Place: Kaiser High School parking lot
Bring a plant, take a plant. We'll also have seeds and containers for exchange as well.
Our next Hawaii Kai Plant exchange returns to its normal time and place.
First Tuesday: September 5, 2017
Kaiser H.S. Farmer's Market: Kaiser High School Parking Lot, Tuesday
Time: 4pm - 7pm
Bring your plants, cuttings, seeds and gardening items. Exchange them for donations from other participants. If you don't have a plant to exchange, you can always donate to the Kaiser PTSA. Come check it out. Both the exchange and the farmer's market have been growing and there's something for everyone.
Although our plant exchange is normally held on the first Tuesday of the month, this year falls on July 4 and the farmer's market will be closed for the holiday.
We'll be there on July 11, so please keep growing your plants and coming to our exchange. This month I expect to be bringing shiso since the seedlings are ready for new homes. I'll update this post with other plants that are coming, including Caladium that looks like this picture.
|BASIL, Mini leaf, Container|
|CHIVE, White flower|
|TIGER JAWS succulent|