Have you ever wanted to learn the right way to save seeds from your garden? This free webinar will reveal the secrets to success!
It’s harvest time in the garden, and this is a great time to save some of your best seeds for next year. While saving your own seeds is really easy, there are a few tricks that can make your seed saving adventures more successful.
Next week, join the Urban Farm for a FREE webinar to learn the simple tips and tricks to successful seed saving!
Here is a bit more about this special free online event:
The next time you are out in your garden, take a moment to look around. What plants catch your eye as the healthiest and most vibrant of the bunch? Sample a few and notice which ones have the best flavor. Now imagine your entire garden thriving with happy, robust, and delicious crops like these extraordinary specimens.
This may sound too good to be true. But through the magic of seed saving, it is quite possible to have the garden of your dreams. The best part is, saving your own seeds is remarkably easy and a lot of fun!
You don’t have to be an expert gardener with years of experience. By simply collecting and replanting seeds from your best crops, you can create a bounty of healthy, flavorful, and beautiful plants—with results that keep improving year after year.
You might be thinking, “Wait a minute—don’t I have to purchase ‘fresh’ seeds from a nursery or seed company to get the best quality?” I’m happy to say, the answer is “No.” Seeds saved from your own garden are uniquely adapted to your growing conditions—better than anything you can buy from a fancy catalog or website.
Now it’s your turn to discover the magic of this age-old tradition.
Join us for a FREE webinar:
Seed Saving Hacked:
Why Seeds Matter, Why Saving Them is Easy,
and How to Save Your Own!
Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
6 – 7:30 pm PDT
About the Presenter:
Bill McDorman, a 30-year veteran seed saver and educator, will introduce you to the world of seed saving and guide you step-by-step through this elegantly simple process. You’ll learn practical skills and handy tips gathered over decades of hands-on experience.