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Winter Seed Swap & Sow

Calling all gardeners! Spring is around the corner, let’s celebrate with a seed swap! Bring some, take some—or just take some, there should be plenty of seeds to go around. And really, we just want to see you all.

Can’t wait to get started on growing? We’ll show you how to winter sow in milk jugs (provided) that can be left outside—greens like kale and arugula will be edible in the coming weeks to snip and snack on. Native flower seeds will enjoy their mini-cold frames until the soil warms and they can be transplanted in your garden. And we’ll have lots of other seeds, too, including peanuts harvested from the Morton Seed Library plot at the Rhinebeck Community Garden.

Join us for a good old-fashioned social to celebrate sowing and growing, swap stories and seeds, sip cider, and enjoy some seedy treats (feel free to contribute if you’ve got a favorite) with other garden-minded souls.

Join us!
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