Want to learn about saving seed from the garden?

FREE Seed Saving Workshop

Sunday, September 25th, 2016

Want to Learn about saving seed from the garden? FREE Seed Saving Workshop Sunday, September 25th, 2016 Beginning Seed Saving Based on the booklet, The 5 Levels of Seed Saving, this workshop will focus on annual and biennial food plants. Instructors Leonie Croy and Maria Hunter will identify self-pollinators and cross-pollinators, and talk about the best seeds to start saving, including the easiest seeds to save in small gardens and about why and how to harvest, dry and store seed. We'll also clean some seed. Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm Room:Senior’s Craft Room Advanced Seed Saving This workshop is for anyone who understands the basics of seed saving. Instructors Maria Hunter and Leonie Croy will discuss saving more challenging food plants, such as cross pollinators (squash) and biennials such as brassicas, especially as they relate to seed saving challenges in city gardens. Bring your questions and we'll address your seed saving issues. Time: 3:00pm-4:30pm Room:Senior’s Craft Room The free workshop is open to all ages and abilities and open to the public. Pre-registration by calling the KCC desk 604-257-8100 is recommended.

Beginning Seed Saving

Based on the booklet, The 5 Levels of Seed Saving, this workshop will focus on annual and biennial food plants. Instructors Leonie Croy and
Maria Hunter will identify self-pollinators and cross-pollinators, and talk about the best seeds to start saving, including the easiest seeds to save in small gardens and about why and how to harvest, dry and store seed. We’ll also clean some seed.
Time:    1:00pm-2:30pm
Room:Senior’s Craft Room

 

Advanced Seed Saving

This workshop is for anyone who understands the basics of seed saving. Instructors Maria Hunter and Leonie Croy will discuss saving more
challenging food plants, such as cross pollinators (squash) and biennials such as brassicas, especially as they relate to seed saving challenges in city gardens. Bring your questions and we’ll address your seed saving issues.
Time: 3:00pm-4:30pm
Room:Senior’s Craft Room

The free workshop is open to all ages and abilities and open to the public. Pre-registration by calling the KCC desk 604-257-8100 is recommended.

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