The simple act of saving seeds carries forward centuries of work by humans to cultivate plants that sustain and inspire us.
By Micaela Colley & Jared Zystro
The Seed Garden (Seed Savers Exchange, 2015) by Micaela Colley & Jared Zystro and edited by Lee Buttala & Shanyn Siegel brings together decades of research and hands-on experience to teach both novice gardeners and seasoned horticulturists how to save the seeds of their favorite vegetable varieties.
You can purchase this book from the MOTHER EARTH NEWS store: The Seed Garden.
|Insect Pollinators are
Essential for Seed Saving
|Hand-Pollination of Squash|| Hand-Pollination of Corn
|Vernalizing Biennials in Storage||Vernalization Basics||Saving Celery and Celeriac Seeds|
|Saving Onion and Shallot Seeds||Saving Seeds from Cole Crops
||Saving Pepper Seeds
|Saving Seeds from Pumpkins,
Squash and Gourds
|Growing Sweet Potatoes from Slips||Saving Common Bean Seeds
|Saving Eggplant Seeds
||Saving Seeds from Sweet Corn
||Saving Carrot Seeds
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