Ashurst Seed Swap

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Ashurst Seed Swap

Time: April 28, 2012 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Outside Co-op (Welcome) Store
Street: Lyndhurst Road
City/Town: Ashurst
Phone: 023 8029 2531 or 07791 990351
Event Type: seed swap
Organized By: Ashurst & Colbury Community Group
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2012

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Come along with your spare seeds and seedlings and swap them for something from the Seed Bank.  We have a huge range of seeds - why not try something new?  If you don't have anything to swap then just make a small donation!

We will also be holding a free raffle - the prize is a copy of Charles Dowding's book 'How to Grow Winter Vegetables'.  Plus there's a chance to find out more about the Ashurst & Colbury Community Group's activities and what the Brand New Forest campaign is all about.

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Comment by SarahF on April 24, 2012 at 22:29

We just ran a schools day, and at the end gave each participant for the day, and 3 week old herb. They all had mint, but I am sure you could get a variety. We bought 60 from the Happy Herb Company, who run out of Braxton Gardens and theyalso put in a slip of paper about how to look after them, and then how to use the mint afterwards - on ice cream, in ice cubes etc...

If you speak to them - Sarah and Simon Relph - they may also be able to repackage larger seed packets of herbs, into smaller ones, that they could label as being packaged in the New Forest? for you to give out?

There is also a small seed company in Cullompton, Devon called More Veg and they do small seed packets worth 50p in most veg varieties.

Then as a off chance, there is a lady, Bundy Riley, who grows her own calendular flowers to make her own oil and beauty products - I don't know if she saves her own seed? Or if she sells her own seed? But might be worth a phone call? She is also New Forest Marque.

Other people on the site might have some ideas too? But this is a start.




Comment by Sue Ardern on April 24, 2012 at 21:29

Thanks Sarah
It was rather a vague query I had - so possibly both.  Do you have any ideas for either?

Sue  A.

Comment by SarahF on April 24, 2012 at 18:29

Sue, Hi

Do you want a company in the New Forest that supplies seeds or

seeds of plants that are specifically native to the New Forest?



Comment by Sue Ardern on April 24, 2012 at 17:13

Anyone know a source for New Forest Seeds?  I have had a query to the ACCG.

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