National Seed Swap day
January 30, 2010
Share open-pollinated seeds suited to local conditions; socialize with other gardeners; prepare for spring gardening season.
National Seed Swap Day empowers gardeners all over America to share their resources with other gardeners. It reduces the need to buy expensive seeds from commercial suppliers. Instead, gardeners share seeds from open-pollinated plants, allowing people to grow varieties that are suited to local conditions.
Celebrate this holiday by organizing a seed swap with gardeners you know. Online, you can link to seed swap organizations such as:
By blogging about seed swaps, you can teach more people how to do this: