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Seed Swap and Saving Fair - Perth WA

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Charles cant spell starts with ...
Hi all,

Permaculture Association of WA (PAWA) is having it's first ever 'Seed Swapin' Event....

Saturday 20th of November
Earthwise community garden - 315 Bagot Rd, Subiaco.
Entry: Free
10:30 to 1pm

Bring your seeds, trade, join the Seed Bank, or just have a look around.
Don't have any seeds? Not a problem, there will be workshops on everything from 'what seeds can be saved?' to interactive demonstrations on 'how to harvest and prepare your seeds for storage'. A family friendly day of swappin fun and a whole set of new skills to be learned!!

See you there!!

We will also have our AGM from 9:45 AM at the same location for anyone interested in getting involved or listening in.

Cheers,
Charles Otway
Treasurer and Memberships - PAWA
http://permaculturewest.org.au/
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Linh says...
Thanks Charles, sounds like it's gonna be worth a look. Is it just fruit and vegetable seeds or ornamentals as well?
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Charles cant spell says...
I had onkly envisaged edibles but I am sure if people bring allong ornamentals that people are interested in it will compliment nicely.
I will certainly be bringing in a lot of packaged up Tagasate which while a very useful 'permaculture tree" if not fruit or veg.

We really just want to get lots of people there and the interest up, to launch the Seed Saver hub and get anyone intesrested in being involved on the contact list and get this seed bank going. And to generally promote community and the importance and ease of building urban local food security.
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John says...
I would like to come but am working away that weekend. I hope that it is a successful day so that you will have more in the future hopefully when I am not working.
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tompat says...
i know this has nothing to do with the above , but maybe you can help. i have some seedlings that have been labled "climbing spinach". any idea where they should be planted? any idea of care etc, at the moment they are in a pot , get morning sun and shadecloth p.m. one of the plants are in flower, a lovely soft pink. have grown about 10cms. thanks. tompat@skymesh.com.au
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