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Seedy Saturday in Innisfil – see you there!

Innisfil is hosting its first Seedy Saturday next week, and I’m excited to be part of it. This is a community seed swap, where gardeners can exchange seed that they have collected themselves – which is great, because local seed produces plants that are more adapted to local growing conditions.

But there’s going to be so much more!

Sponsored by the Innisfil Seed Library, the event will include seed sellers, garden-related local businesses and environmental and horticultural organizations. There will be demonstrations and talks throughout the day as well as children's activities. Lunch can be purchased. Admission is free.

It all takes place from 10 am to 3 pm on Saturday, April 1 at the ideaLAB & Library, 967 Innisfil Beach Road, Alcona.

I’ll have a table and will be selling plants, seeds and other items, as well as promoting two important organizations: The North American Native Plant Society and the Ontario Invasive Plant Council. Drop by and say hi!

I’m also one of several speakers. I’ll have a presentation on the topic of Leaves, Insects, Birds and Why Native Plants Matter, starting at 1:15 pm. More information:
http://www.innisfil.library.on.ca/innisfil-seedy-saturday
https://www.facebook.com/innisfilseedysaturday/
Dion Roberts
- 25 March 2017 at 06:50pm

Hello my name is Dion and I have a few questions about pine and where I could find lots of them come pollen season. I live in Windsor Ontario and it's as flat as a pan cake here and not much pine . I'm hoping you could answer any of that and would greatly appreciate your feed back .sincerely Dion
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