- May 16, 2013
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I have a perfectly good hydrangea that I want take out to put in something else, but it would be a shame to throw it in the trash. What's the best way to go about finding a new home for a plant?
It really depends on where you live... there are many choices when it comes to finding a new home for a plant. The easiest would be offering it to a nursery or an institution. I actually offered most of my plants to one of those retirement homes, they accepted most of them happily I gave some to my neighbors as well.I have a perfectly good hydrangea that I want take out to put in something else, but it would be a shame to throw it in the trash. What's the best way to go about finding a new home for a plant?
The old man next door (older than me I mean haha) mostly has just vegetables and we do share plants and produce when we have a lot. None of my other neighbors are into planting much of anything. I do have a friend I used to work with and we share clippings sometimes. That's fun to do.I am now in two plant swapping groups on Facebook. One someone added me to, and another I found on my own. I haven't swapped anything yet because I don't have an excess of anything, though I could probably stand to thin my ornamental ginger. More garden work...
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