Great satisfaction in the garden comes from watching the full cycle of a plant, from seed to plant to produce. And growing your own plants from seed means being assured that they're adapted to local conditions from day one. It's also the cheapest way to get your garden pumping!
This workshop will get you started in the art of growing your own seedlings from seed. You’ll gain first-hand experience and knowledge in seed selection, the when and how of harvesting and storing seeds, along with the growing mediums and techniques to germinate and grow your seeds.
Suitable for: All ages. Beginner to intermediate gardeners.
Provided: Detailed notes and planted seeds to take home and kickstart your garden.
Bring: Paper, pen, hat + gloves.
The teacher: Michael Zagoridis is the farm manager of Pocket City Farms and a founding PCF board member. His experience is in organic, permaculture and sustainable farm practices, nourishing soil structures and local food networks. He spends his days on the Camperdown farm growing a variety of vegetables, herbs and salads, and raises all his crops from seed.