When: Saturday, October 15, 2011 2:30-4:00pm
Where: The Learning Garden at Venice High School
Enter on Walgrove, first gate South of Venice Blvd
This year's National Heirloom Expo was the biggest and best yet – called the "World's Fair" of the heirloom seed/produce industry. SLOLA Database Committee Chair Linda Preuss shares her experience and Horticulturist Kat Eriksson will teach you how to save rhubarb seeds! It's a member of the same family (poylgonaceae) as sorrel and buckwheat, perennial plants for stable harvests and multiple uses. Each meeting is followed by seed distribution to members. SLOLA meets at The Learning Garden at Venice High School, enter on Walgrove, the first gate south of Venice Blvd.
SLOLA is dedicated to preserving an open-pollinated, non-GMO supply of seeds regionalized to the Los Angeles basin, and educating the public on how to save those seeds. A $10 lifetime membership lets you borrow seeds FREE, grow them out, enjoy the bounty, then return a like quantity of seeds at season's end. Join at http://www.slola.org or sign up for our mailing list.