The next seed packaging is Wednesday Oct 24 from 5-8 pm at the White Bear Library.
I promised moving our events to different days of the week to accommodate more people and so this time it's on a Wednesday. As usual, come when you can and stay as long as you like. Treats provided. No experience necessary! Come help package seeds for the seed library and enjoy the conversation with other gardeners.
BRING YOUR SEEDS YOU SAVED FROM YOUR HARVEST!
The next Seed Talk is Tuesday November 13 at 6:30 pm at the White Bear Lake Library.
The topic is Black Gold! Come find out what I mean by Black Gold and how you can make your own Black Gold with little effort.
Also I will show several methods for starting vegetable and native plant seeds. Yes, it's too early now to start tomato seeds, but it's not too early to think about it! Also, one of the easiest methods to start native plant seeds is done after a frost.
I'm also giving a free in depth class on how to save and start native plant seeds.
Seed Starting Talk at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve
When: Sat, November 3, 10am – 11am
Where: 2660 Fawn Lake Drive NE, East Bethel MN 55005 (map)
Description: Learn how and when to save native plant seeds. Learn several methods on how to start native plant seeds including ones you can do now. Find out about the White Bear Lake Seed Library and how you can get free seeds. Free class taught by Pam Larson Frink, Horticulturist and one of the Founders of the White Bear Lake Seed Library
RSVP to Caitlin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember do not cut down your dead plant material until spring. Our helpful pollinators and other insects and animals need winter cover to survive! Also, many birds relish native plant seeds during the fall and winter.