(MITCHELL) - Spring Mill State Park will Hosts an Heirloom Plant and Seed Exchange Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Residents are asked to bring their heirloom plants or seeds to the Pioneer Village Garden and trade them for starts grown by the village gardener or others participating in the event.
An heirloom plant is a plant variety that has been cultivated at least 50 years, opened pollinated, and seeds from the plant when planted come back true to the original plant.
If you have a large garden and lots of plants to trade, you can call ahead and a table will be set up for your items. And if you don't have anything to trade, the village gardener will have plants from the formal garden for sale at the Pioneer Village Mercantile.
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