Seed Saving

8 September 2018

£50 with lunch of seasonal, fresh organic produce

Many gardeners find that saving their own seeds is a valuable skill to use in their own gardens. While it can save money, seeds saved will often germinate more easily and will grow into much stronger and healthier plants than seeds produced commercially.

If seeds are saved over several seasons gardeners can also begin to breed plants that are especially suited to their own garden situation. Colum Pawson will explain the underlying principles of seed saving and you will have a chance to carry out some seed saving techniques during the day. The aim is for you to leave with enough confidence to try saving your own seed in your own gardens.