25 Feb 2013

Preparing for Seedy Saturday

So at Seedy Saturday Niagara this year, I'll be doing a little talk on starting a farm in St. Catharines, but I'll also have a table selling seeds, greeting cards, t-shirts, and be there to talk to people about anything food security related (or anything in general really!)

I've been sorting through seeds in preparation for the event, as you can see!  I have lots of seeds for sale.  Some of the seeds are: cherrybelle radish, homemade pickles cucumber, norli peas, blue jay bush beans, bloomsdale spinach, kale, swiss chard, lettuce mixes, big max pumpkin, and many more.  Most of the seeds are heirloom or rare varieties and 99% of them are organic (with the spinach being the only exception, really).

Seedy Saturday info:
Seedy Saturday Agenda
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Seed Swapping and Retail
10:10 Elva Tammemagi “A Young Farmer in Niagara”
10:30 Tiffany Mayer “Garden of Eating Niagara
11:00 Theresa Forte “Pocket Full of Miracles—Gardening with Children”
12:00 Kathy Renwald “Food and Flowers—A Garden Romance”
1:00 Karen Bertelsen “Front Yard Vegetable Gardening”
2:00 Kate Green, USC “Seed Saving”
Niagara Seedy Saturday
February 9, 2013, from 10 AM to 3 PM
Glengate Alliance Church, 6009 Valleyway, Niagara Falls, ON
Admission: $2.00 or donation at the door
For more info:
Call Linda Crago 905-386-7388 or email treeandtwig@sympatico.ca

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