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This was another successful plant swap.
We were a total of 20 swappers. Although the variety was not extensive, like previous swaps, we had new faces present. The next swap will be in Curepipe, at the beginning of 2021. Stay tuned!



Event Write up

Firstly, thank you to everyone who joined the swap! The event is growing slowly but the enthusiasm is growing exponentially. This event had 8 more participants than the event in August, with a total of 23 swappers.
Before the swap I sent out a list of all the plants that the swappers were looking for (in bold are the ones that were brought to the swap):

  • Medinilla magnifica
  • Caladiums
  • Salmon roses
  • African violet
  • Kalanchoe
  • Peperomia
  • Ferns
  • Begonia rex
  • Lemon tree
  • Philodendron pink princess
  • Calathea orbifolia
  • Maranta
  • White fittonia
  • Bird nest fern
  • Rubber tree
  • Fiddle leaf fig
  • Calathea
  • Bromelia
  • Pothos
  • Philodendron hastatum ‘silver sword’
  • Monstera deliciosa
  • String of pearls
  • String of dolphins
  • Bird of paradise
  • Hibiscus
  • Impatients
  • Balsamine
  • Fougรจre tamarin
  • Begonia frisรฉe
  • Spider plant
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Geranium
  • Chinese evergreen
  • Alocasia
  • Anthurium
  • Zz plant
  • Oxalis triangularis
  • Pilea peperomiodes
  • Sansevieria cylindrica
  • Schlumbergera opuntioides
  • Goyave de Chine
  • And many more.

How does the swap work?

Each participant brings 3 healthy potted plants to swap. Upon arrival the plants go on a communal table and the swapper gets a swap number.
There are three separate baskets with the numbers 1-23 in them (number of participants). The swap works in 3 rounds, each round the numbers are drawn at random ,and everyone gets a chance to pick one plant. The draw does 3 rounds until everyone gets 3 plants.

Another thank you to everyone who took part in the market;
Orgasmic Garden
Ruvinya Pvt Ltd
Sunniva Jewelry and Accessories
Mist & Spray
Green Hands
La Bruyere
– Anishka – plants

I aim to organise the swap every 2 months alongside a plant market.
Keep posted for the next event in November.

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