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Kits Village Seed Savers/Seed Library


Kits Village Seed Savers/Seed Library

We maintain a seed linbrary, making seeds available and providing information on seed saving at many local events, collaborative garden work parties, etc. In 2012, we were present at 25-30 different events and activties in Kits and in nearby neighbourhoods. We can sometimes make small donations of seeds to new gardens, including school and youth gardens. Part of the Kits Village food network, including the Kits Village Collaborative Garden.

New members welcome.

Location: Kitsilano
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Aug 31, 2013

1st 2013 gathering

Time: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 10-11:30 am
Location: Kits, near beach. RSVP on event post  or to Ross @ ross@villagevancouver for location.

Plan Spring and Summer activties. Discuss brochure and possible seeds to order. Swap seeds.



Discussion Forum

Billets needed for 2012 BC Seed Gathering

Started by Ross Moster Oct 9, 2012. 0 Replies

There will be people coming from all over BC to attend the 2012 Seed Gathering. If you can billet someone for November 9th and 10th (or possibly the 9th, 10th, and 11th), please let us know. Contact…Continue

1st Kits Village Seed Savers/ Seed Library meeting Sat Feb 25th, then off to Van Dusen Seedy Saturday!

Started by Ross Moster. Last reply by Ross Moster Feb 13, 2012. 2 Replies

Hi all,Our 1st gathering will be on Saturday, Feb 25th from 9;30-10:30 am at my home. It will be on the short side, because Van Dusen Seedy Saturday is that day from 10-2, and we'll head out there…Continue

Kits Village Seed Library at the potluck tonight

Started by Ross Moster Feb 5, 2012. 0 Replies

We'll have the Seed Library at the Kits Village potluck tonight. Please feel free to take some seeds, including a bunch of new seeds. And to bring some to replenish the library now (and later in the…Continue

fresh sage

Started by Melanie. Last reply by Ross Moster Nov 29, 2011. 1 Reply

Anyone in the west Kits area need some fresh sage?It will die off soon and I have lots to share.MelanieContinue

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Comment by Mary Bennett on August 31, 2013 at 11:09am

who wants to share some kale seeds to plant NOW! Winterbor
Hybrid vigour really shows in this Scottish kale. Plants are very tall and extremely productive with thick, very curly, ruffled, blue-green leaves. When small, it allows for multiple pickings for salads; later, the large plant handles winter well. This is our most frost hardy variety.
Matures in 60 days. (hybrid seeds)
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