Aside from foraging and hunting, you can’t get more back to basics than growing your own food. Unfortunately, for some, the task of keeping a houseplant alive is one that often ends in sadness
It really isn’t entirely without reason-With few exceptions, you really can’t stick a twig in the ground or a ceramic pot and expect a victory garden to spring forth.
It often begins with a seedling, and there is a process in getting that to happen. If you grew up in one those houses that had silk flowers decorating the front yard, chances are you may need some help if you ever wanted to green that thumb.
In an effort to provide the city’s neighbourhood and school gardens with the starters they need for a bumper crop, Seeds on Streets is teaching the art of seeding for anyone who wants to learn how to nurture a flower bed and simultaneously help keep this urban jungle less concrete.
Learn the Art of Seeding
Sunday, April 11 11am-3pm
24th Street (@ Noe)