Many of our readers are not from the Toronto area. If you`re not, you may still be interested in reading more about the unique location of this event (it`s super cool and food related) here.
We attended Seedy Saturday last year – it`s a local seed exchange and sale that can`t be beat if you are planning a garden. It is hosted bt the Toronto Community Garden Network and is a $2 or pay what you can event. You can bring your own seeds to trade or purchase envelopes f them for as low as $0.25.
It`s a busy event and you can feel the anticipation of Spring in the air. We were shocked how jam packed the event was – both with attendees, seeds and offers of great information from groups related to gardening through the building.
The event has been moved to a Sunday this year – as in tomorrow. It lasts from 12..30-6:00pm and you can get more info here. Our friend Sarah lists more information on the event on her great blog, Toronto Tasting Notes.
Sarah also mentions an event this Wednesday evening to launch a new gardening book, Grow Great Grub. The author is a digital pal of ours as well (Gayla Trail, otherwise known as You Grow Girl) and this looks like a must-have for us. It’s focus is on growing organic food in small spaces.
Anyone looking to plant something soon? What’s are you going to grow?