Urban Seed Saving: Best Practices for City and Suburbs

Plant. Harvest. Collect. Repeat.

How would you like to enjoy your favorite variety of garden vegetables year after year?

You can. Even if you live in the city. Or the suburbs.

This comprehensive guide will show you how to collect the seeds in your garden this year, so you can reap the mouth-watering benefits next year, too. More
Available ebook formats: epub
About Joanne Poyourow

Joanne Poyourow explores sustainable solutions. Her home garden is an edible landscape and an urban wildlife habitat. In 2004 she co-founded the Environmental Change-Makers community group in Los Angeles.

With the change-makers she has built two community gardens and a community-scale, wood-fired bread oven. And since 2008 she has managed the plantings at the Community Garden at Holy Nativity, which grows vegetables for the local food pantry.
Joanne finds delicious ways to cook those abundant vegetables. She is a passionate seed-saver, and for relaxation she knits insanely complex lace patterns.

She is on Instagram @ecmJoanne

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About the Series: Abundant Harvests
How can you achieve abundant harvests of rich, nourishing vegetables within a tight city footprint, without a lot of gardener time, and without having to buy a lot of "stuff"?

The Abundant Harvests series covers soil and water issues, flowerpot gardening, access to land, and seedsaving. It's all-organic and regenerative, and includes aspects of sustainability such as rainwater harvesting, graywater, carbon sequestration and supporting beneficial insects and pollinators.

Also in Series: Abundant Harvests

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