Seeds are a great way to introduce someone to gardening because they are cheap and easy to be successful with. In today share we connect with Kathy Jentz : how to host a seed swap Podcast presentation.
How to Host a Seed Swap
During this short presentation with Kathy Jentz of Washington DC Gardener who shares her experience hosting a seed swap. Learn how to set up, spread the word and what to expect.
This video found on YouTube at :How to Host a Seed Swap Event with Kathy Jentz
Referenced in this Presentation
Below are a few important links mentioned in today’s presentation.
- Cats In The Garden
- Soil Temperature Reading with a Thermo Pro (use this link to purchase yours!)
What is direct sowing?
- Direct sow is when you wait for the soil to warm up to a certain temperature and seeds are planted directly in the ground.
Why Attend a Seed Swap?
VA SEED EXCHANGE today at #greenspringgardens you can register at the door this starting at 12noon.
See the Event FAQ at: https://t.co/QhvJfaws94 #seedswap #dmv #nova #alexandria #annandale #gardendc #DC #WDC #va #seedswapday pic.twitter.com/n8lYhMWUfg
— Washington Gardener (@WDCGardener) February 10, 2018
- Seed swaps are a great way to connect with others in your area and learn about gardening.
- Seed swaps are an inexpensive way to introduce new plants to your garden.
I would love to hear from you so please be sure to comment below with your thoughts on hosting a seed swap. Have you ever attended an event in your area? Be sure to comment on this post or connect with me on social media @brenhaas.
Happy Seed Swapping,