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Online Seed Saving Class, 4/26 - Free

Melanie Wong | Apr 25, 202110:42 AM     4

"Learn how to grow out your vegetables and save seeds for next year’s crop! You will learn how to avoid cross-pollination so your seeds will be true to type (like the parents) and how to gather and store your seeds. Saving your own seeds will let you become a more self-sufficient gardener and give you access to locally adapted seeds. Join Trish Clifford, Master Gardener with Richmond Grows Seed Lending Library, to best prepare this and next year’s gardening season.

The class is free!

Master Gardener is a co-sponsor, this seed-saving presentation is part of their curriculum."

Monday | April 26, 2021 | 6:00 pm — 7:00 pm

Seed Saving Class with Trish Clifford

Learn how to grow out your vegetables and save seeds for next year’s crop with Trish Clifford, Master Gardener with Richmond Grows!

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