High Springs Seed Savers

The High Springs Seedsavers group will be meeting on the second Thursday of the month, starting at 6:30 pm. If possible, bring snacks, and transplants or seeds from your garden to share. All meetings are free and open to the public. Bring along a friend or neighbor!

February 13th: Customized Potting Soil:  We will discuss customized potting soil, seed starting mix, propagation mix and fertilization. The speaker is Linda Hart, nursery owner.

March 12: Integrative Pest Management Strategies that Work presented by Bob Hochmuth, Assistant Center Director for the UF/IFAS North Florida Research & Education Center - Suwannee Valley

April 9: "Ask Wendy" presented by Wendy Wilber. Wendy was an Alachua County Extension Agent who coordinated the Master Gardener Program for years before becoming the Florida Statewide Master Gardener Volunteer Program Coordinator.  Well-known for her "Ask Wendy" column in the Gainesville Sun.

May 14th- TBA

June 11th- Blueberries presented by Michael Robinson, of Deep Spring Farm in Alachua. Planting, fertilizing, and pruning tips.


While at the library you will also have the opportunity to explore our Seed Packet Library. Anyone with a valid library card can take out five packs of seeds per month. Simply check them out at the desk. For more information on the Alachua County Library Districts' Seed Libraries, check out this BLOG. We now have seed libraries at Headquarters, Alachua, Archer, Cone Park, Hawthorne, High Springs, Millhopper, Micanopy, Newberry and Tower Road. 

Posted by JoanneT on February 7, 2020