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Seed Cleaning (2019)

February 9, 2019 @ 4:00 am - 10:00 am

Bartram’s Garden horticulturalist Mandy Katz will provide guidance as we hand-process a wide assortment of seeds collected from the garden in 2018. Support Bartram’s Garden while enjoying a relaxing, communal atmosphere with many hands at work. Some of these seeds will be sold out of our nursery next year while others will be planted in the garden in the spring. Each type of seed is handled a little differently, making this an excellent learning opportunity for those interested in learning the ancient practice of saving seed. No experience necessary! All are welcome.

Indoors in the heated Coach House building.

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