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One Month Already!

I can’t believe I’ve been here a month. Halfway point, but probably not.. I love it here so much I am most likely going to stay longer, because why not? 1,326 more words

This week in the yard

I’m trying to learn how to propagate clematis from seed…hmmm…It looks like a lot of work — need to do some reading¬†on this topic. 265 more words

2014 Seed Connections Conference - Call for proposals

ECOSGN is currently planning the 2014 Seed Connections Conference. We would love your input!

What do you want to learn? Is there a speaker you’d love to see? 20 more words

Organic Open-Pollinated Seeds

Planning Your Seed Saving Garden

In many ways, planning a seed saving garden is the same as planning any garden. You want the plants to receive their nutritional, water, light and pollination requirements, and to reach the end of their life cycles as healthily and productively as possible. 530 more words

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sackvillecommunitygarden reblogged this on and commented:

We cleaned up our seed saving plot this past weekend, and planted some peas. It's been so cold recently that we strayed from planting beans just yet but they will go into the ground later in the week. This is a really neat article on how it's done and what varieties are best to save seeds from.