Category Archive: How-to

How your plants pollinate

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Our teaching garden at Seed Savers Exchange demonstrates important seed saving concepts. Throughout the season, I’ll take you on a tour to discuss some of these concepts. The first stop on our tour is ... Read More »

Tips for growing potatoes

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Here are a few tips from SSE's gardening crew for a healthy and bountiful harvest. General Advice Potatoes always do best in full sun. They are aggressively rooting plants, and we find that they ... Read More »

Seed Starting Workshop at Heritage Farm

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Local gardeners and seed savers gathered at Heritage Farm last weekend for the annual Seed Starting Workshop. Each participant left with a tray full of starts and a notebook full of planting tips. ... Read More »

Webinar: Planning Your Garden for Seed Saving

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This month's SSE webinar episode will highlight best practices for planning a garden for seed saving. Learn the difference between open-pollinated and hybrid seed and gain an understanding of plant ... Read More »

Webinar: How to use the SSE Yearbook

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The Seed Savers Exchange Yearbook  is one of the greatest sources of heirloom varieties in the world. This member-to-member exchange offer over 12,000 unique varieties! The Yearbook is also a meeting ... Read More »

Webinar: Welcome to Seed Savers Exchange

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Learn about the history, work and latest projects of Seed Savers Exchange (SSE) from co-founder Diane Ott Whealy. View the archived recording of this webinar below. View the SSE Webinar series ... Read More »

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