Seed saving guru Caleb Warnock guides you through the process of saving your own seeds and cultivating a garden all your own. Discover the secrets to saving seeds from more than thirty vegetable varieties, from brussels sprouts to sunchokes and everything in between. He explains • The difficulty level of saving that kind of seed. • Which other varieties will cross-pollinate with the seed. • The minimum number of plants you’ll need for a good seed crop. • How to harvest the seeds and make them usable. Use this guide to become a more self-sustaining gardener and create a wealth of seeds your family can use for years to come!
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