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08 Mar Posted by in Seedy Saturday | Comments

Thanks for a Great Seedy Saturday

Thanks for a Great Seedy Saturday

Well, the 22nd Victoria Seedy Saturday has come and gone, and once again it was a hopping and buzzing place, with some 2000 happy gardeners milling around under one roof. So first of all, we’d like to thank you – all the folks who turned out for our local ‘Rite of Spring’ to trade and […]

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20 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday, Speakers | Comments

Of Mushroom Lore and Bonsai

Of Mushroom Lore and Bonsai

Quite right, observant reader. These two things have very little in common. Except that each is the topic of a talk at this year’s Seedy Saturday. Because we like to provide a little something for everyone, whatever their gardening interests might be. So, if fun facts about fungi are your thing, come hear Scott Henderson, […]

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19 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday, Speakers | Comments

Like To Know What Your Neighbours Are Up To?

Like To Know What Your Neighbours Are Up To?

Then you’ll love this special double-length Seedy Saturday session on the latest and greatest local ideas for growing more food in the city. Sponsored by CR-FAIR and chaired by Linda Geggie, panelists will tell the stories of innovative local projects, happening right now, and how they can be encouraged to spread across the region. Chris […]

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18 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday, Speakers | Comments

A Garden Both Charming and Helpful

A Garden Both Charming and Helpful

Not a bad combination, really. If you’d like your garden to cover both these bases, Seedy Saturday has a couple of talks for you. At 10:15, Lynda Dowling of Happy Valley Herb and Lavender Farm will speak on Beyond Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme. She’ll tell us how to grow a whole array of culinary […]

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18 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday, Speakers | Comments

Thought for Food

Thought for Food

Do you garden mainly to grow your own food? Then this year’s Seedy Saturday has a couple of talks that may be right up your raised bed. At 10:15, Linda Gilkeson wants to know if, when you find a problem with one of your crops, you really know what that problem is. How can you […]

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