It’s still wintering outside, but inside things are growing at the greenhouse! We are planning our gardens and getting seeds started for our Adopt-a-Pot fundraiser. A lot of the seeds we use are a few years old, so we don’t really know how well they’ll germinate. To get an idea of what seeds are viable, we scatter the seeds on some wet paper towel, fold it in half and put it in a sealed zip-lock bag. This creates a warm moist environment for the seeds to come to life in. In a few days, the seeds should have started to sprout and can be very gently transplanted to soil and will continue to grow. It’s a good way to make sure you’re planting seeds that will thrive.
Winter Volunteer Hours
Tuesday & Thursday
9:00 AM – 12noon
See you at Seedy Saturday!
Please call or email Stephanie if you’d like to participate this year. firstname.lastname@example.org or
(250) 505-7410 and share this post, please