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The Seed Savers & Gardening Advice

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Welcome to The Seed Savers! This group is for saving seeds, general gardening advice, and everything that comes with growing your own food and flowers!

Just starting out and not sure where to start? Want to show off your garden? Want harvesting tips? Got questions on container sizes? How to grow in clay or sand? How to grow free plants from your groceries? How to be confident in your garden seeds and how to store them? Then this is the group for you!

  • Austin Kasso
    Sophie Napier
    Kristen Farah
    Jessica Germann


    It has become more important than ever for You to be able to grow at least part of what You and Your Family eat on a yearly basis. Big factors are the many chemicals and pesticides used on vegetables and fruits in the grocery stores, the rising food prices we are all seeing, and the instability we have seen throughout the world, and in our own Country. We are in a very uncertain time in our Countries history, and we need to be prepared.

    Many Families, like yours, are now growing their own Home Gardens--much like our Grandparents and Great Grandparents did with their Victory Gardens years ago. They grew their own Food, Saved their Seed, and were very Self-Sufficient.

  • B.e Quality
    Austin Kasso

    I was gifted some mystery flower bulbs for my birthday. I believe they are daffodils but I’m not sure. I live in NY, and I think I need to wait until fall to plant them. Any tips on the best way to store them until then?

  • B.e Quality
    Austin Kasso


    This is a great no-dig, no-till organic gardening method that will give you rich soil, and best of all, it's easy to build & maintain. The name "Lasagna Gardening" is actually the method of building the garden. You will add layers of organic material that “decompose” over time, and the result will be soil that will help your plants thrive. It's great for the environment, because you use your yard and kitchen waste, and then compost it to make a new garden.

    If you don't feel like doing all the Garden work later to get ready to plant your Spring Garden, then this might be for you.....One of the best things about Lasagna Gardening is how easy it is. You don't have to remove existing sod and weeds from your Garden. You don't have to double dig. In fact, you don't…

  • PB
    Austin Kasso
    Jay Skytheef

    Tired of "Leaf-Roller Catepillars" decimating your green beans, but hate to use pesticides? Love the beautiful Long-Tailed Skipper butterfly, and want to see more in your yard without losing your bean crops?

    Plant the cheapest sacrificial crop you will ever find!

    Simply grab a handful of dried beans from your cubboard, or grab the cheapest bag you can find at the store (usually $1 a pound, or less!) And simply direct sow them in a container or a designated corner of the yard at the same time as you are direct sowing your green beans, water in well, and treat like you would your green beans as far as cultivation goes.

  • Kristen Farah
    Austin Kasso
    Brooke Goodwin
    Jessica Germann


    Welcome to The Seed Savers! This group is for saving seeds, ...


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