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Plant + Seed Exchange

May 19, 2022, 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Due to rain in the forecast, this event will happen inside Plains Art Museum

Do you have plants in your flowerbed that need to be split? Or extra annuals that don’t fit? Participate in our annual plant and seed exchange! Plant & Seed Exchange Instructions: Bring some things, take some things! For example, if you bring two plants, take two plants. No invasive varieties or non-labeled plants! Email amccann@plainsart.org if you have any questions.

We will also be accepting plant donations to the Heritage Garden to be planted during the event from 4-6 PM. We cannot accept unlabeled or invasive varieties (see list below).

  • bearded iris
  • irises
  • begonia
  • lamium
  • black eye susans
  • lavender phlox
  • bleeding heart
  • liatris
  • canadian ginger
  • lily of the valley
  • chives
  • maltese cross
  • columbine
  • meadowsweet
  • cone flower
  • Monarda (bee balm)
  • coral bells
  • native grass
  • cranes bill
  • obedient plant
  • daisies
  • ostrich ferns
  • daylilies
  • peonies
  • dianthus sweet william
  • prairie smoke
  • garden mum
  • rhubarb
  • geranium
  • salvia
  • giant hyssop
  • sedum
  • showy penstemon
  • ground cover sedum
  • silver mound
  • hens and chicks
  • sneezeweed
  • hispid sunflower
  • snow on the mountain
  • hoary vervain
  • speedwell
  • hollyhock
  • swamp milkweed
  • hosta
  • tiger lily
  • hydrangea
  • yarrow

Events Calendar

December 2016

Other Exhibitions

Northern Plains Summer Art Institute

June 24, 2022 - September 30, 2022
2022 Staff and Student Exhibition

In its third year, Plains Art Museum partners with Circle of Nations School to implement an incredible learning opportunity for Native American youth who are emerging student-artists.

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Red River Watercolor Society

June 16, 2022 - August 20, 2022
National Juried Watermedia Exhibition

Established in 1985, Red River Watercolor Society (RRWS) is a non-profit, international organization of volunteer artists and art supporters. RRWS’s vision is to provide a diverse selection of watermedia and related opportunities for RRWS members and the Red River Valley community, both urban and rural, through guest artist demonstrations/presentations; national and local exhibitions; in-person a

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Waŋna niš niyepi

July 14, 2022 - February 22, 2023
Continuity of Culture, Crow’s Shadow

Plains Art Museum, in partnership with Crow’s Shadow Institute for the Arts, is honored to bring Continuity of Culture. This exhibition will highlight prints from Crow’s Shadow’s permanent collection in conversation with Indigenous objects from Plains Art Museum’s permanent collection.

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