Our Fall Exchange was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle!
We are on page L12 of the Sunday, August 27th issue. Click here to see the article.
Living in a city means limited gardening space, but that doesn’t mean you can’t garden. Join us on Saturday, August 12th from 2 – 4pm for Container Gardening for All Occasions. You will learn everything from proper soil selection to decorative floral arrangements to growing healthy vegetables. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
Join us for a BIG Plant Sale on Saturday, July 15th, from 9:30am – 1pm with 5 – 6 ft. tall lush indoor plants, decorative pots, and more. See photos and flyer!
Purchase a ticket to our next gardening event on Saturday, July 8th, from 2 – 4pm to learn about Natural Pest Management and receive half off your next ticket purchase. Learn ways to prevent and rid your garden of pests without using harsh chemicals that can cause harm to you, your family, your pets, and other wildlife.
The Plant Exchange team is working hard this summer to ensure that everyone’s garden thrives. Bringing you amazing plants donated by commercial suppliers, landscapers, and sourced from people just like you, we’re excited to be able to create community events filled with lots of greenery, food, and fun. Won’t you be a part of the magic?
Happy Birthday…to us! Celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary at their next semi-annual Plant Exchange on Saturday, October 21st from noon to 4 p.m. at 4500 Lincoln Avenue in Oakland.
The FREE event features gardening demos, live music, wonderful specialty food trucks, enticing raffle items, advice from the Alameda County Master Gardeners, a pop-up store with unique garden items, and more!
It’s time for our next Sustainable Urban Gardening event! Join us on Saturday, June 10th, from 2 – 4 pm for Go From Lawn to Garden with Sheet Mulch. You’ll learn how to layer cardboard, compost and mulch on top of the lawn and plant right into it. Sheet mulching materials break down naturally and feed your soil to provide a healthy foundation for stronger plants. For tickets go here.
The Plant Exchange is committed to promoting sustainable gardening practices through reuse and recycling. One of the ways we achieve this is by partnering with local businesses, nurseries, landscapers, and commercial growers to pick up their excess garden materials and re-distribute them to the communities where we live, work, and play.
The Plant Exchange Staff
The Plant Exchange Staff