You are invited to attend the fall Ozark Seed & Plant Swap to be held Saturday, October 13th at the Yellow House Community Arts Center, 209 Trish Knight, West Plains, Missouri. The swap will begin at 12:00 and end around 2:00.
Bring your extra seeds and plants and if you like, and a snack or drink to share. This event is free and open to anyone who would like to attend! If you are on Facebook, visit the Seed & Plant Swap Events Page for all the details, more information on seed swaps and how they work and little tips and tidbits to help everyone have a successful swap! To read more about seed swaps and how they work check out these two articles right here on Show Me Oz:
Share the Seed: How a Seed Swap Works
A Successful Community Seed Swap
Hope to see you there!
By Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz
A Journey of Seasons
Since life began on our watery-blue planet, the sun has ruled the seasons. It is a calendar by which all living things keep time. The Autumnal Equinox occurs when the sun crosses the celestial equator in its southward march towards winter. As the days grow shorter, the northern hemisphere begins to cool. I have always been in awe of the effects the sun has on life and how fast nature responds to it’s movements. The changes that occur once we pass the fall equinox happen so fast, that if you close your eyes for only a moment you will surely miss something wonderful!