The City of Plymouth is set to host a free Plant Swap from 4-6 p.m. on June 5 at the Plymouth Maintenance Facility parking lot.
Participants are encouraged to bring perennials or other gardening wares, and swap them for new plants shared by others. To get involved, participants should place extra plants in pots and label them with their common names. Seeds and plant wares – pots, tools, books and the like – are also acceptable swap items.
Participants who attend the Plant Swap event should be on the lookout for jumping worms – an invasive earthworm species that poses a threat to soil, plant roots and mulch. For details about jumping worms, visit the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website at dnr.state.mn.us.
For more information about the Plant Swap, contact City Forester Paul Buck at 763-509-5944.