From Community Harvest: Drop-in gardening, ‘Edible’ tour, seeds…

July 9, 2010 1:11 am
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Community Harvest of Southwest Seattle – which helps coach locals in edible gardening, and grows/coordinates donations of fresh food for local food banks – has news for you: For starters, if you’re interested in gardening but don’t have the space, you’re invited to “drop-in gardening” nights at St. James Annex, 9421 18th SW, 6:30 pm – help weed or plant, “then go home with some of the harvest!” says Aviva from Community Harvest. If you’d like to see some of our area’s tastiest-looking food gardens, tomorrow (Saturday) is the day – the 3rd annual West Seattle Edible Garden Tour runs 11 am-4 pm Saturday – ticket/map info here. And during those same hours, Community Harvest is having a seed sale – get seeds to plant now for harvesting root veggies and greens this fall. The aforementioned St. James Annex is the place, during tour hours, 11 am-4 pm Saturday, with seeds offered in $1 packets – and if you go to the seed sale first, tickets/maps for the Edible Garden Tour will be available there. Last but not least, to get hands-on advice for your own garden, Seattle Tilth-trained Garden Helpers are available – here’s how to dig into that program. Questions about any of the above?

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