Sat, 10 Sept

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Glasbury Village Hall

Adam Alexander - ‘Seed Saving made Simple’

Lecturer, writer and seed collector, Adam grows around 70 different vegetable varieties every year to supply seed to libraries, collectors, and people keen to conserve genetic food plant diversity. He is a board member of Garden Organic, and is a ‘seed guardian’ for their Heritage Seed Library.

Adam Alexander - ‘Seed Saving made Simple’

Time & Location

10 Sept, 14:00 – 16:00

Glasbury Village Hall, Glasbury, Hereford HR3 5TH, UK

About the Event

Saving your own seeds is easier than you think, rewarding and money-saving. In this talk, Adam demonstrates the basic approach to saving your own flower and vegetable seeds and how to store them so they remain viable for many years. This is an illustrated guide to seed saving made simple with all the tips and tricks for success. As a HSL seed guardian, Adam grows varieties especially for the Heritage Seed Library and discusses the benefits of being part of the organisation, seed saving and sharing of heirloom and local varieties.

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