Mike Jay wrote:This will be my first big year of saving seeds. Previously I only saved bush bean seeds and butternut squash. This year I plan to save most of the seeds in my garden. My impetus was the $100 I spent on seeds this spring and maybe more importantly the goal of pushing my seed and plant genetics to be more locally adapted.
My city doesn't have a seed library yet so if I'm successful I may start a library in a year or two.
Anne Miller wrote:Since marigolds are not edible
Anne Miller wrote:Since marigolds are not edible...
Galadriel Freden wrote:some melon seeds from a particularly tasty storebought one, to try next year--I can dream, right?
William Schlegel wrote: I can't imagine what people who buy all their seed annually must spend.
Gail Jardin wrote:I have been trying to learn how to save different types of seeds and have had success with everything but biannuals! I'm hoping the red russian kale overwinters so that I can try to save some seed if it ever goes to seed. This year we saved tomatoes, peppers, tried to save eggplant but I don't think they were mature enough. As well as a few herbs that bolted in the middle of the summer. Does saving seed from a bolted plant rather than one that matures slowly make a difference in the quality of the seed?
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