Seed Saving for Beginners: Theory and Practice

London Freedom Seed Bank invite you to this half-day workshop at Glengall Wharf Garden on Saturday 15th October.

The session is for everyone interested in seed saving. Our trainer Charlotte Dove will go through the theory of seed saving (why save seeds, what is cross pollination, what are F1 cultivars) before giving practical advice on how you can save seeds from your garden, and what you need to do to successfully save the best seed crops.

Glengall Wharf Garden is thriving community garden in Burgess Park, south London, promoting food growing, organic horticulture and permaculture.

Course details

Date and time: Saturday 15th October, 12:30-15:00

Address: Glengall Wharf Garden, 64 Glengall Road, Peckham

To book a place, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seed-saving-for-beginners-theory-and-practice-tickets-26079350038

This event is part of Capital Growth’s 2016 Training Calendar. For other upcoming training sessions, visit:  http://www.capitalgrowth.org/training/

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