Collecting seeds in the fall is the easy way to start hundreds of plants for no cost. If you figure that many plants can cost $10.00, you could save hundreds and thousands of dollars by collecting and planting your own seed.
I’m opening up my gardens to anyone who wants to collect seed.
Oct. 6th – Saturday – 10 a.m.
9016 Robyn Rd – 63126
Bring: paper lunch bags, black marker, pruning shears or scissors.
Here are seeds available in my yard at this time of the year.
- Blazing Star – fall
- Bronze Fennel – fall/spring
- Cleome – Spider Flower – fall/spring
- Echinacea – purple cone flower – fall
- Gomphrena – spring
- Helenium – fall/spring
- Ironweed – fall
- Lantana – spring
- Marigold – spring
- Milkweed – asclepias incarnata – fall
- Partridge Pea – fall
- Rudbeckia – black eyed susan – fall
- Rue – fall/spring
- Salvia purple – perennial – fall
- Salvia – red – annual – fall/spring
- Skullcap – fall
- Verbena bonareinsis – spring
- Verbena hastata – fall
- Veronica – veronica – fall