Basic Seed Saving Guide — isolation timing
Posted by Stacey Hubbs on
Save seeds! It’s where food comes from! If that isn’t enough reason for you, then I don’t know what is! I am going to try to provide you with some inspiration and basic direction to embark on your seed saving journey! I could go on an on about how there are so many terrible things happening in the seed industry, and our food system, and scare you into saving seeds....but I’d rather you think of seed saving as a really beautiful and inspiring experience that should be enjoyed season after season! Don’t get me wrong, it is a super important...
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