Join Sustainable Ballard’s Edible Garden Tour project and many other local organizations for this fun event!
Looking for a new taste from your edible garden? From greens to roots to legumes, the Great Seattle Seed Swap has a vegetable variety for everyone. In fact, seeking old or unusual varieties that you might not find in the seed racks is one reason people come to the King County Seed Lending Library seed swap.
The seed swap includes seed sharing and education. This year, a short class will be held on seed-saving basics. Attendees are urged to bring seeds to share, but it is not required. The swap is free and open to all.
The seed swap will be Saturday, April 1, 2-4 p.m., at the Phinney Neighborhood Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., in the Community Hall of the Brick Building.
The King County Seed Lending Library (www.kingcoseed.org) operates a network of locations taking seed donations and offering small quantities of seeds year-round to local gardeners.