National Seed Swap Day is an annual celebration observed on the last Saturday of every January. This year, the day is celebrated on January 27th. Do you love gardening? Are you looking for an occasion to buy seeds for your garden? Do you have excess seeds and want to exchange them for other seeds? Then, you are privileged to get an official celebration day to buy seeds for your garden. It is an unusual and useful day for all those who love gardening, where they can collect the seeds from others in exchange for other seeds. Get into the spot to swap your seeds.

“Whatever kind of seed is sown in a field, prepared in due season, a plant of that same kind, marked with the peculiar qualities of the seed, springs up in it.” – Guru Nanak

History of National Seed Swap Day

The National Seed Swap Day has been celebrated since 2006. The first official Washington Gardener Magazine Seed Exchange was held in Washington, DC, on 26 January 2006. Kathy Jentz, who was the editor cum publisher of the magazine, has established this Day. On gaining popularity, the Day has become a nationwide celebration. Seeds were considered to be one of the first commodities that were valued and traded. Seed Swap is an event where gardeners from different parts of the country meet to exchange seeds.

National Seed Swap Day

Seed swapping can either be arranged online or by mail when those in need of seeds are spread out geographically. Gardeners exchanging their excess seeds in person are also growing in popularity. This is partly done to increase people’s interest in organic gardening and heritage or heirloom plant variants. They swap the best plants to improve biodiversity and make an ultimate form of recycling.

Other Celebrations on January 27

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How to Celebrate National Seed Swap Day

You can exchange your seeds that are more than the ones that are the best variety of other gardeners at the seed swap events. Help make diversity better and improve its standard with organic variants. If you are new to gardening, then get to know in detail about the planting of seeds from those professionals. You can even organize a local seed swap event near your location and help others exchange the seeds. Share your Seed Swap Day celebrations and the varieties of seeds photos on social media using the hashtag #SeedSwapDay.

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