Horticultural Tips 2020 – From Master Gardeners & Past TUMGA meetings

August 17, 2020 – Saving Seeds

The following article has interesting information about saving seeds from your gardens for the coming years.  It also talks about why there were some seed shortages this year and how the increased demand for seeds last spring will affect the supply of some varieties next spring as well.  Saving and sharing seeds is an easy and economical way to increase plant diversity.. It also helps to ensure that the varieties you enjoy the most and that were proven to be successful in your gardens will be available for planting again in the future.  If you aren’t saving and sharing seeds already, give it a try.
David Best

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Elaine Bliss presented our Horticultural Tip for July 2015’s meeting on Basil together with some recipes:

Basil horticulture tip Elaine bliss

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Sheleila O’Neal, our Horticulture Chairman, presented our horticultural tips at our July 10th meeting. Her information and handouts were amazing, and we share them here for your education and pleasure: Nastursiums: click on this link: Nastursium and the ease and pleasure of growing your own sweet potatoes: click on this link: SweetPotatoes

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Judy Caines, TUMGA Co-President, presented the horticultural tip for November 13th meeting on Georgia “Yellow” Buckeyes.  She had seeds and handouts for each of us.  To view this information, please click here:

Yellowbuckeye Hort tip Nov 2014