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  • The Rules - Scott Arboretum
    Credit Cards Cash checks and tokens only may be used to purchase plants during the Sale Only one plant of each type per customer during the Exchange however during the Sale session you may purchase as many of any given type as you desire Entry is by number When you arrive or drop off plants check in for your line up numbers for both the Exchange and or Sale sessions Restricted and Limited Plants What Not to Bring We try to assemble an interesting and eclectic mix of plants for the exchange and sale to appeal to the wide variety of plant enthusiasts the event attracts Generally we limit the quantity of plants of one variety participants may contribute so we re not overwhelmed with that one variety There are also a number of specific plants listed below are further restricted or not accepted as indicated 1 No more than 9 of any one kind of plant 2 No more than 3 of the following may be exchanged for credit Over the years we have identified some plants that are consistently leftover at the end of the Sale so we accept only a few of the following plants from each contributor Asters unknown cultivar or species Aster Convallaria Lily of the valley Dendranthemum Sheffield Pink Sheffield Pink chrysanthemum Galium odoratum Sweet woodruff Liriope spicata Lilyturf Lysimachia ciliata purpurea Purple Fringed loosestrife Lysimachia clethroides Gooseneck loosestrife Monarda unknown cultivar or species Bee balm Oenothera speciosa Evening primrose Rudbeckia unknown cultivar or species Black eyed Susan and Coneflowers Rudbeckia Herbstonne Sedum Autumn Joy Autumn Joy Sedum Tanacetum parthenium Feverfew Tradescantia Spider lily Jasminum nudiflorum Winter jasmine 3 The following plants are not accepted because they are considered to be invasive or too common to appeal to shoppers Acer palmatum seedlings Japanese maple

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  • Helpful Tips - Scott Arboretum
    those in the ground If you plant seeds indoors and plan to bring homegrown vegetables herbs or flowers to the Exchange be sure to harden them off by exposing them to progressively longer hours outside before you bring them to the Exchange Below are some additional links to tips on plant propagating Propagating Opuntia Pots Free recycled pots and plastic labels will be available for you at the Arboretum Staff and volunteers can direct you to them during normal office hours or call if you need other assistance 610 328 8025 Labeling Please include the Latin name on your labels Specificity helps Hemerocallis Yellow Daylily is acceptable but if you know it to be H Golden Chimes please let everyone know Pencil weathers well on labels if you use a pen please make sure it is waterproof A brief description or a photo printed from your computer will make your plant and you very popular Potting Mix As part of the Members Plant Exchange and in partnership with Redbud Native Plant Nursery we offer a discount on pre orders of Organic Mechanics Potting Soil Learn more about the importance of peat free potting soil Propagation Resources You can of course

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