Fort Worth, TX, March 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- On Saturday, April 3, Calloway’s and Cornelius Nursery will host its Spring Perennial Swap at select locations in the Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston markets.
The spring Perennial Swap is the third event of this typed hosted by Calloway’s and Cornelius Nursery locations. These events allow Texas gardeners to exchange plants, meet local gardeners and trade gardening tips in the safety of a Texas garden center.
Interested participants are encouraged to trade plants, snippings, seedlings and rootings. Additionally, there will be hourly drawings between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. for garden gift cards. The event is free to the public, and gardeners can begin networking on the company’s community website, mytexasgarden.com today. A Master Gardener or plant expert will be on site at each location to answer gardening questions and offer gardening advice.
The event will take place on Saturday, April 3 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the following garden center locations:
Calloway’s Nursery (Fort Worth) – 2651 S. Hulen St., Fort Worth 76109, 817-923-9979
Calloway’s Nursery (Plano) – 1000 Preston Rd., Plano 75093, 972-964-3084
Cornelius Nursery (Houston) – 2233 S. Voss Rd., Houston 77057, 713-292-0898
“Last year we held two perennial swaps— one in spring and the other in fall. The event generates much chatter among local gardeners. Several have already started planning and posting on mytexasgarden.com. We expect the second Spring Perennial Swap to be a success for everyone!” Kimberly Bird, Vice President of Retail Marketing said.
Calloway’s and Cornelius Nursery is a 19-store garden center chain serving the Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston markets. The company strives to make gardening fun, easy and successful for customers by offering expert advice from Texas Certified Nursery Professionals; store environments that are educational and easy to shop; weekly gardening clinics that serve both novice and expert gardeners; displays and instructions to aid gardeners with design and color development in their yards; and a product selection of the best plant varieties available. For more information, visit www.mytexasgarden.com.