SeedSavers Meeting – December 6 2020

Photo – Chrysanthemum coronarium – syn Glebionis coronaria – Shungiku is an aromatic leafy herb plant sometimes commonly called ‘chop suey greens‘ that is fairly easy to grow and to save seeds from. It’s a great late spring and early summer addition to the table. Although widely grown and eaten in Chinese, Korean and Japanese dishes – interestingly it’s also used in a wide variety of other international cuisines. It has typical cheerful bright yellow Aster or daisy style flower and makes for a pleasing display in your garden regardless of whether you decide to eat it or not.

It’s that time again!
This is just a quick reminder that the next scheduled meeting for the year of the Mid Blue Mountains SeedSavers is on at the Bullaburra Progress Hall  this coming weekend.

Sunday 6 December 2020 from 10 am till Midday

Help celebrate the Blue Mountains Summer!

This will be the final meeting for the ‘epic’ year of 2020!

Come along and talk about growing things with like minded people.
Hope to see you there celebrating the current productive growing season!

We are still following generally recommended social distancing guidelines to help everyone stay safe.

The address for the Mid Blue Mountains Seedsavers website is:

We do now have a Facebook page as well:

These regular notifications are sent out directly from the website if you subscribe to that email notification list.

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