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Seedy Sunday & Spring Planting

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Seedy Sunday & Spring Planting

Time: September 1, 2013 from 8:30am to 10:30am
Location: Sweethearts Cafe
Street: 2 Anzac Street (cnr Rosebed Street)
City/Town: Eudlo, Sunshine Coast
Website or Map: http://eudloseedsavers.blogsp…
Phone: 0407 777 049
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: Anne Gibson
Latest Activity: Aug 19, 2013

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Join us for a free social morning to discuss spring crop planting in the sub-tropics. Come along and share any surplus produce, seeds or cuttings that are growing well in your garden at this time of year or just soak up local knowledge to learn what to grow and how to seed save. Beginners, people new to the area and long distance visitors all welcome (consider carpooling!)

It’s a great way for everyone to grow their garden for free. If the weather is kind and not wet or humid, we’ll process more seeds to share/swap. 

There will also be a few members of Permaculture Noosa Seed Savers bringing along their Seed Bank and their "bulk"/unpackaged seeds to exchange so members of other seed saving groups are also welcome to come along to swap and expand your seed banks. Maria (the co-ordinator) will be happy to discuss how their group operates and how all the members have an opportunity to make a contribution. So there will be plenty of shared knowledge and reciprocal seed sharing!

For full details and Spring Planting tips visit:

It's free so no need to book – just turn up! However, as the Cafe allows us to meet at their venue without a charge for taking up so much space, please support them by buying a drink or meal. Plenty of organic and local menu options on offer. See:

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