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> Seedy Saturdays 2019
Seedy Saturday/Sunday 2019 events

Come and see the folks behind Twining Vine Garden at the following Seedy Saturday 2019 events. If you are able to attend, we can deliver custom orders of plants and seeds as we can only bring maybe 10% of what we offer.

We will bringing new plant selections including: Schisandra chinensis (unsexed seedlings), Cornus mas "Redstone", Korean pinenut, and leaf curl resistant freestone white peaches. We will attempt to bring fairly good sized nut trees.

Saanich: January 12, 2019 from 10 - 2. Gardens at the Horticulture Centre of the Pacific, 505 Quayle Rd., Victoria

Qualicum Beach: Feb 2. 10am-3:30pm. A plethora of plant and seed vendors inside and outside. Visit the vendor listing, make your wishlist and plan your garden. Lots of free parking.

A big thank you to the dedicated group of volunteers, the diversity of vendors and the 2720 people who attended the event to make it a fantastic success

Victoria: Feb 16. 10am-4pm. Located at the Victoria Conference Center. Make it an all day event as there are a plethora seed vendors, groups and speakers sharing their wisdom and experience.

VanDusen Botanical Garden: Feb 23. 10-4pm. 5251 Oak Street Vancouver, BC.
Parking is free; admission by donation. Its hosted by the Vancouver Master Gardeners so you know its going to be good. For more information – contact Lynne - NTL234 [at]

Courteany: March 2nd. 10am-3? Florence Filburg Centre (5th and Cliff). Large venue hosting a plethora of vendors. Admission free after 2pm.

Nanaimo: March 3rd. 10am-3pm. Nanaimo District Secondary School @ 355 Wakesiah Avenue Nanaimo (corner of Wakesiah and 3 rd) Take exit #18 off the Parkway

Cobble Hill: March 9th. 10am-2pm. Venue is spread out to various buildings so there is lots to see. Lee Valley Tools will be there too. The Farmer's Institute states that: Our vendors are bringing heritage and organic seeds, vegetable and flower starts, plants and shrubs of all varieties including small fruit, bulb and tubers, mason bees and their houses and so much more. We have lots of free parking and all buildings are wheelchair accessible.

Looking for a Seedy Saturday event near you? This is a listing of events for those interested in plant biodiversity, heritage gardening, organic gardening, and seeds.