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Kent State University Faculty/Staff Spring Plant ExchangePosted Mar. 18, 2013
Faculty and staff interested in an opportunity to begin, grow or spice up their summer plant and flower gardens are invited to participate in the first Spring Plant Exchange, which will take place mid-May.
Maria Terleckyj, special assistant for human resources records, is coordinating the event.
“This will be an easy and cost-effective way for people to begin or continue to build their flower garden,” says Terleckyj.
Recommended plants for the exchange include perennial flowers that are easy to divide such as: daylilies, hostas, black-eyed susans, perennial grasses or any plants you may have just recently started from seed.
The exchange will take place at the Human Resources building with the date and time pending upon the number of responses. If you are interested in participating in the plant exchange, contact Terleckyj at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, April 5, for more details.