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In Your Garden: Seed Saving

Sept. 15 | 10:00am-12:00

  • 35 US dollars
  • Frog Hollow Farm

Service Description

In agriculture and gardening, seed saving (also known as brown bagging) is the practice of saving seeds from vegetables, grain, herbs, and flowers for use from year to year. It's the traditional way farms and gardens were maintained for thousands of years. In this class, you can learn to do it yourself! Taught by Kate Frey, who is a well-known garden designer, pollinator advocate, and garden educator. She designed noted gardens in California such as the organic public garden at Fetzer Vineyards, Lynmar Winery and the Melissa Garden in Healdsburg. Her gardens won 2 gold medals and one silver-gilt medal at the Chelsea Flower Show in London, a rare honor for an American designer. She has created gardens in Malaysia and Japan and managed an organic farm in Saudi Arabia. Kate is a regular garden columnist and writer. Her book "The Bee-Friendly Garden" was selected as one of the best 2017 gardening books of the year. Her book, "Ground Rules" was published by Workman Publishing in 2018. Kate has a B.A. in English. NO REFUNDS—but you may gift your class to a friend if you are unable to attend. Class Limit: 15

Contact Details

  • 174 Frog Hollow Road, Walla Walla, WA, USA


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