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12 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday, Speakers | Comments

Basic (Garden) Training

Basic (Garden) Training

Are you a beginning gardener? Or perhaps just feeling a tad perplexed by all the conflicting advice and ‘must-do’ lists flying around the internet? Then you might be interested in one of Seedy Saturday’s ‘basic training’ talks. Each year, we try to include a few speakers who go right back to essentials and dish the […]

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09 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday, Speakers | Comments

Fruitful Talks Will Be Held

Fruitful Talks Will Be Held

Ever notice how negotiations and diplomatic talks are often described as ‘fruitful’? And that it’s really just a polite way of saying that nothing much was accomplished? Seedy Saturday does much better than that. Our ‘fruitful talks’ are actually full of fruit. Or at least full of helpful information about growing fruit. And what could […]

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07 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday | Comments

‘News’ for Seedy Saturday 2015

‘News’ for Seedy Saturday 2015

We know that lots of people come back to Seedy Saturday year after year. And, while we don’t ever want to change our core seedy goodness, we certainly don’t want you to get bored. So here’s what’s new – and, we hope, exciting – for 2015. First, we’re showing a film. That’s right: your $7 […]

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01 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday | Comments

Are You Feeling Seedy?

Are You Feeling Seedy?

We are, because it’s that time of year: when gardeners’ thoughts turn to seeds and our thoughts turn to bringing Victoria the best possible Seedy Saturday. So mark February 21 on your gardening calendar: Seedy Saturday returns to the Victoria Conference Centre, 10-4, with lots of old favourites and some exciting new features (more on […]

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14 Feb Posted by in Seedy Saturday | Comments

A Healing Garden

A Healing Garden

If you are interested in health and healing consider dedicating a section of your garden to medicinal herbs and plants. Making remedies using common healing plants from your own garden is an empowering experience. Here is one example: “Basil is a very good herb for treating itching. It is recommended to apply basil tea on […]

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