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Top ways to celebrate National Garden Month

by webdev

April 11, 2012

April is National Garden Month and a great way to celebrate all the wonders that come from working with the earth is to host a garden party. This can be a fun way for all of your fellow gardeners to get together to share tips, ideas and a few laughs.

1. Host a plant swap:  A fabulous way to embrace gardening with friends is to give the gift of unique seedlings or plants. Sometimes the best flowers or seeds aren't found in your local garden centers or nurseries, so this can be a great way to provide your friends with hard to come by plants they'll be happy to watch grow in their own gardens.

2. Share poetry about gardening: NationalGardenMonth.org suggests that party hosts ask their guests to bring along a few of their favorite poems about nature, gardens or being outside. During the party, guests can either choose to read their selections out loud place them around the room for others to look at. This act may help get gardeners in attendance excited to start digging.

3. Give out flower gifts: No garden party would be complete without giving guests affordable flowers to take home. Get fellow garden enthusiasts in the mood to grow by giving them gorgeous cheap flowers as a parting gift. A collection of spring flowers like Teleflora's Spring Sonata is sure to impress. This bouquet of hot pink roses, pink tulips, yellow carnations, purple monte cassino asters and bright green button mums come in a warm terra-cotta pot which your gardening friends can reuse with more flowers later on.

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