As we face yet another winter storm warning, the warmer days of picking your own lettuce, tomatoes or carrots might seem far off.
But spring is slowly but surely approaching--- and an event for local farmers and gardeners can help you get the most out of your plot.
Seedy Saturday is an all-day seed swap, forum, and documentary screening open to members of the public. Organizer Greg Daggett tells CHSJ News it's a great way to encourage diversity in your garden and meet some like-minded individuals.
In addition to the seed swap, there will be a free book table and workshops by Master Gardener Phil Savage, Amy Baker from Wellwood Farms, and potentially others TBA. It's happening Saturday at the City Market Senior's Great Room on the 2nd floor from 10am to 4pm.
Admission is free.