According to a recent article in Dame Magazine, singles across the country are ditching the over-done bar scene when it comes to looking for love and heading to their nearest community garden.
Coined "Weed Dating," singles connect in a speed-dating style over gardening.
The trend is coming to New Port Richey. From 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 27 singles are invited to come out to the Habitat for Humanity Kinship garden for a Weed Dating event.
The garden is located at 4131 Madison St. in New Port Richey.
According to the event on organizer NPR Free Skool's Facebook page "...meet lots of singles who share your passion for healthy food, gardening, and sustainable living."
Free Skool is working along with West Pasco Habitat for Humanity on this free event.
After the weed dating session, the group of singles will visit the Suncoast Co-op market for snacks and coffee.
To RSVP, go to the Free Skool's Facebook Page.
So what do you think, New Port Richey? Would you try "weed dating?" Share your thoughts in the comments section below!