Tag Archive: seed saving

Antique apple varieties on display at Seed Savers Exchange’s Harvest Festival

Kerr, Apple 101

If you love apples, then you won’t want to miss the Harvest Festival at Seed Savers Exchange on Saturday, October 13, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Come learn that there is more to American apple diversity than ... Read More »

How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Seeds fermenting in glass jar

Heirloom tomatoes are the highlight of summer—beautiful colors and bountiful flavors! Preserve the bounty for next year by saving seed of your favorite tomato varieties. You only need a few fruit to ... Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Radishes

Large French Breakfast radishes ready to bolt.

  The radishes at Heritage Farm are in full bloom! Our flowering beauties may no longer be edible, but they are well on their way to producing seed. Luckily, most radishes grow quickly and ... Read More »

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 »

Where to start: How about peppers? How about today?

Photo by David Cavagnaro

‘Grandpa Ott’s’ morning glories cover the south face of the iconic barn behind the Lillian Goldman Visitors Center at Seed Savers Exchange. But don’t be fooled by the scenery, this barn is much more ... Read More »

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