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Title: Where do you get your seeds/plants from?
Post by: nervana on January 31, 2010, 02:12:02 PM
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Title: Re: Where do you get your seeds/plants from?
Post by: willie wit on January 31, 2010, 06:43:51 PM
hi , i get mine from `landlife` a charity based in knowsley , liverpool.they do a mail order catalogue or on-line . they also run the national wildflower centre which is a nice little place to visit if you are near , not far from ikea warrington and  the `dream` sculpture. knowsley is a very colourful place in summer - shows what can be done. 8)
Title: Re: Where do you get your seeds/plants from?
Post by: Rebecca Jackson on February 10, 2010, 10:14:46 PM
I used to have a plot in a community garden and now I have a back yard.  When I buy seeds for my garden, I never need ALL of them, so I start extras for my guerilla gardening plots.  If you don't have a stash of your own seeds around the house, try freecycle and see if there are other traditional gardeners who have extra seeds on hand they'd love to donate to you.
Title: Re: Where do you get your seeds/plants from?
Post by: fia on May 22, 2010, 12:07:46 PM
Most of my seeds are wildflowers collected from meadows (my uncle is a farmer).
Title: Re: Where do you get your seeds/plants from?
Post by: freeveg4all on October 01, 2010, 02:32:53 PM
I've received a bunch of free seeds from Gardenweb members!  They do require that you to send an SASE (preferably with some type of bubble wrap for padding).

You will have to join Gardenweb, in order to post your request for free seeds in their forums... but it's FREE! :D

Gardenweb European Seed Exchange Forum:
http://www.uk.gardenweb.com/forums/exchange/

Gardenweb Australian Seed Exchange Forum:
http://www.au.gardenweb.com/forums/exoz/

Gardenweb Canadian Seed Exchange Forum:
http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/excan/

Gardenweb U.S.A. Seed Exchange Forum:
http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/exseed/

Also... don't forget to save seeds from your favorite heirloom or Open Pollinated (OP) fruit and veg that are available at your local farmer's market! ;)