July/August 2015 Newsletter
Did you know that saving seeds is really very easy? Do you have a few pots of herbs on a window sill or a small garden? Imagine enjoying dill seed or coriander from your own plants. Did someone give you an heirloom tomato? You can grow another one from seed saved from your dinner salad. Come to the Fowler Branch on Friday, August 21 at 3pm and join us for fun with seeds. We’ll learn how to save seeds three different ways and we’ll go home with some seeds in our pockets. You’ll look at gardening differently when you know how to save seed and you’ll wonder why everyone isn’t doing it because it’s so easy and fun. Plus, we'll have some supplies to make your own garden markers for next year.
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The Concord Seed Lending Library
It's time to start bringing in seeds saved from your harvest so the borrowing can continue. Bring your seeds to the Fowler Branch of the Concord Free Public Library in a sealed container and we'll package them up for you so they can be borrowed next year.