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Seed Exchange Area

Peterborough Seedy Sunday is fast approaching & it is time to start getting your seeds ready for the Seed Exchange Area. The following is some more information to help you prepare. Email me if you have any other questions, to donate ahead of time, or you would like more information

Eating arugula in no time . . .

My rouge arugula seeds are growing along splendidly. I may even have to thin them out soon! mmmm february arugula! i think i am going to start a whole flat of greens on my sunny rad. Stay tuned . . .

Seeds to trade at Toronto Seedy Sunday's Seed Exchange Area

Sign of Spring!!

Even though this is what i see when i look out the window . . .
i did discover a very encouraging sign of the season to come
all week, i have been putting a few extra seeds leftover from packaging seeds in the potted plants in my house. it's a sort of germination test & these arugula seeds are passing with flying colours. i put them in the pot with my chocolate pepper plant only three or four days ago & they are sprouting like mad! fresh greens inside in a few weeks!?! Plants love living on top of radiators.


I have been staying inside, hibernating & getting prepared for the upcoming seedy season!

Getting ready for Toronto's Seedy Sunday tomorrow! These are some of the buttons & seeds i will have for sale at the urbantomato booth. See you there!

Toronto Seed Exchange

This year's Toronto Event is Seedy Sunday - Feb. 13th - 12:30-6pm at Hart House
See the Toronto Community Garden Network site or scroll down for more info!

Here are some photos from last year to help get you excited for how great this event is going to be!

Toronto Seedy Sunday 2010

These are all the seeds I traded in the seed exchange area last year!

urbantomato booth

the crowds of eager gardeners

Toronto Seedy Sunday is this week-end! Sunday Feb. 13th 12:30-6pm

Toronto's Seedy Sunday is always a great event. Usually very busy, full of friends made over past years, excited gardeners planning their seasons, and lots of seeds!

I am busy working & packaging up storm. it is lightly snowing outside, but somewhere deep within i am starting to feel spring coming again!