The Tennessee Garden Scene (events, vendors) forum: October events at a glance

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Sep 26, 2010 10:29 AM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
The plant events are ramping up again for the fall. There's a little something for everyone - swaps, sales, shows, garden tours, and conferences.

Middle Tennessee Nursery Association Trade Show, 2010, Middle Tennessee Nursery Association, (McMinnville)
Carolina Bonsai Expo, 15th Annual, , (Asheville, NC)
East Tennessee Plant Swap, Fall, 2010, , (Knoxville)
East Tennessee Region MG Conference, 5th Annual, UT Sevier County Extension and Sevier County Master Gardeners, (Knoxville)
Ijams Fall Native Plant Sale, 2010, , (Knoxville)
Gardening in Tennessee Local Garden Events: UT Arboretum Fall Plant Sale, 2010, UT Arboretum Society, (Oak Ridge)

Fall Garden Tour, 2010, Bartlett City Beautiful, (Bartlett)
Mid-South Native Plant Conference, "Natives and Beyond: Sustainable Plants, Gardens, and Communities", Dixon Gallery and Gardens, (Memphis)
UT Gardens Fall Plant Sale, 2010, UT Gardens - Jackson, (Jackson)

Middle Tennessee Plant Swap, Fall, 2010, , (Chapel Hill)
Montgomery County MG Fall Plant Sale, 2010, Montgomery County Master Gardeners, (Clarksville)
Nashville Rose Society Rose Show, 2010, Nashville Rose Society, (Nashville)

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