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Thu, Apr 20


Pablos Lotus Apothecary

Plant Swap Social

Join us for a nature moment, a plant swap, make meaningful connections, and cool memories.

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Plant Swap Social
Plant Swap Social

Time & Location

Apr 20, 2023, 5:00 PM – Apr 21, 2023, 9:00 PM

Pablos Lotus Apothecary, 920 E Mulkey St, Fort Worth, TX 76104, USA


About the event

Join us for a nature moment, a plant swap, make meaningful connections and cool memories. 

About the Event:

Bring plants from home that you would like to share with the collective.

What do I bring?

Clippings / Propagations

Plants looking for a new home

Plants that need to be separated & shared

I don't have any plants. Can I still participate?

Of course! We will have more than enough for everyone to take something home.

Pablos Lotus will have plants and precious products available for purchase as well. 

About Pablos Lotus:

An Old World Apothecary offering remedies curated from plants/roots/barks; specializing in healing oils, tonics and salves for the skin and body. The Lotus Collection was curated in 2014 as a line of skin and body products that are made with medicinal herbs grown in sacred earth minerals and harvested during moon cycles for optimum plant quality. This unique line of healing remedies optimizes the immune system and calms the spirit.

At the root of Pablo's Lotus is the creator, Cherissa. She has over 26 years experience in the skin care industry and 15 years studying plants and the soil in which they grow. She studied at both TCC and UTA and has a degree in Horticulture. Research, ancient wisdom and ritual is at the heart of everything she does.


1-What if I don't have plants to bring?

Please show up anyway. The goal is to gather and connect and celebrate plants. Bring a smile and you will not leave empty-handed.

2-What do I bring the plants in?

You do not need a fancy pot or container to bring your plants to the swap. Some of us are using recycled plastic pots we already have to transport the plants, some will be in dirt and some might be wrapped in a wet paper towel or hanging out in water.

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