Submitted by Pierce County Master Gardeners.
Master Gardener Valerie Franks will be talking about the importance of Seed Saving and how to do it at the Pierce County Master Gardeners First Saturday Talk of the Year on March 20, 10-11am via Zoom.
Saving seed is a practice that has been going on for centuries. It is through this practice that genetics are preserved for future generations. However, there is much to consider when saving seed, namely understanding the reproduction of plants and vegetables. Is it possible to grow vegetables and save seed that will be true to its variety, even in a garden with many varieties grown? Yes it is! Come join us as we explore the basics of seed saving, beginning with commonly grown vegetables in the Northwest.
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Date & Time: Mar 20, 2021 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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