Pasadena Learning Gardens

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Seed saving

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I attended a great class on seed saving and again found the key to doing anything / everything in gardening is to plan well.  The key is to keep the seed true to the original variety, so we have to avoid cross polination within a family (e.g. no chard within a half mile of beets – unless you time shift  or bag them).

 

Amazing Seed Pictures From National Geographic Magazine.

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Author: Mark Rice

I’m a UC Master Gardener with a huge interest in growing my own food, beekeeping, medicinal herbs and living sustainably. I also have a passion to share these journeys with like minded souls. I work with many off site communities and manage an educational organization and two outdoor learning facilities.

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