Free Seed Saving Class at UW Botanic Gardens

A Guide to Seed Saving
Monday, June 12, 6:30 – 7:30pm
UW Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture, Douglas Classroom, 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, WA 98105
Devon Peña, a professor of anthropology, ethnic studies and environmental studies at the UW will be leading an enlightening class on the importance of seed-saving and why it matters now, more than ever.  Cost: Free
RSVP Online, by phone (206-685-8033), or by email (urbhort@uw.edu)

Three Greenhouses

The Ballard Sprouts, South Park’s Providence Regina House Food Bank, and a small back yard greenhouse grew more than ten thousand starts for Seattle’s Giving Gardens. 2017 should be a very good year.

Tomatoes ready for planting

Thank you to all of the volunteers who planted, nurtured, transplanted and transported these wonderful plants.

Ballard Sprouts plant give-away Saturday May 20, 2017

This plant giveaway is for those who are planting giving gardens for food banks and meal kitchens. You should have received an email about this; most of the plants will be at the greenhouse in Ballard. Some will be at the Providence Regina House Food Bank (in South Park) during its regular hours (9-noon). The plants include warmer weather starts such as beans and squash and some tomatoes. A heat-tolerant lettuce Jericho will also be available.