|Learn how to save seeds from your vegetable garden in this series |
for beginning seed savers.
I'll be giving two presentations on the art and science of saving seeds via Zoom, through the Mountain View Public Library .
You must register separately for each, part I and part II. See the links below:
Seed Saving Basics, Part I: Thursday, September 17, 5pm- 6:30pm
Description: This talk is an introduction to the art and science of saving your own seeds. Learn the basic techniques for saving seeds from popular annual vegetable garden plants. Covered in part I: why we save seeds, the basic botany of flowers and pollination, saving pure seed and when to worry about species crossing.Vegetables discussed: lettuce, tomatoes, beans (includes peas), and peppers. Storing seeds will also be discussed.
Register for Part I: September 17, Part I
Seed Saving Basics Part II : Thursday, September 24, 5pm- 6:30pm
Description: this talk is a continuation of Part I, and will cover saving seeds from cucumbers and squashes, and biennial crops, such as brassicas (kale, broccoli etc) and carrots. If time allows popular herbs such as sweet basil and cilantro will be discussed. Plus simple ways to test the viability of your stored seeds (germination testing).
Resources for learning more about saving seeds and plant propagation will be provided.
Register for Part II: September 24, Part II
|Lettuce seeds |
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