Summerland to hold Seedy Saturday event

Seeds, bedding plants and information from master gardeners will be available

The Friends of the Summerland Ornamental Gardens are holding their annual Seedy Saturday event this weekend.

More than 25 vendors will offer organic and non-GMO seeds and bedding plants. Bring your own seeds for sharing in the seed exchange; the Summerland Seed Library will also be there to serve anyone with a library card.

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Honey, cheese and other artisan food products will be featured, along with garden furniture and decor items.

There will be space and time to share stories with fellow gardeners, seek advice from a master gardener, and attend a workshop on growing edible plants in containers.

This year, the Seedy Saturday event will be held at Summerland Alliance Church, 14820 Victoria Rd. N. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Admission is by donation.

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