Only one more sleep untill Seedy Saturday Picton
Once again this year we have a wonderful line up of vendors/exhibitors and information for your enjoyment. It is always an energetic and amazing day. The seed swap table is sure to be the hub of activity but make sure you take the time to visit and chat with our vendors/exhibitors
Karyn and Don fromTerra Edibles
Katie from Honey Pie Hives and Herbals
Stacey from Edible Antique
Bob from Tansy Lane Farms
Amanda from Green Hill Greens
Carol-Anne from PortlandBridge
Diane representing Seeds of Diversity
The Moucks they are Seeds Savers Extraordinaire
Erika Wolff and her sprouting containers
Fiddlehead Farms will be dishing up some delightful food at the Canteen.
We will be having hourly informal discussions on topics such as sprouting, seed saving, container gardening. There are several free catalogues and resources for you to pick up and enjoy at home.
New this year is our book donation table. Lots of amazing books have been donated and they are yours for the taking – all we ask is a donation amount that you are comfortable with. If you have some garden books to donate, feel free to bring them along.
And, don’t forget about those three fabulous raffle baskets to be won – Gardener’s Delight, Bounty of the County and Beauty of the County. A huge thank you to our donors as the value of these baskets is in excess of $500.
So, see you there. Saturday Feb 23rd 10-3 St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 31 King Street at Bowery. Please see my post from Jan 18th for even more information.
Funding for this event is provided in part by The Bauta Family Initiative on Canadian Seed Security, a project of USC Canada delivered in partnership with Seeds of Diversity Canada and supported by The W. Garfield Weston Foundation. For more information visit