The Gardener's Guide to Saving and Swapping Seeds

Book - 2013
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Presents a guide to seed saving and creating a seed bank, providing information on why seed banks are important, which seeds to swap and save, and how to get involved with the worldwide horticultural campaign to save seeds.
Publisher: Boston : Roost Books, 2013
ISBN: 9781611800913
Branch Call Number: 631.521 JEFFEERY
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm


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PimaLib_SheilaB Oct 13, 2017

A practical, user-friendly book, this book has beautiful pictures, illustrations, and drawings on every page to make it more explanatory, and nice. It spotlights why it is necessary to save seeds: to keep the seed species alive (keeping them from becoming extinct), to furnish food sources for the local community, and growing one’s own food usually is economical, plus, yields food that is higher in nutrition. It also gives names/locations of international seed banks, provides details on how to have a seed swap and how to start a seed bank. This book gives a wonderful, ABC approach to seed saving. A good starter book!

LMcShaneCLE Apr 18, 2015

Beautiful compendium that assists families with seed saving.


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