Garden Club of Norfolk: Biology of Seed Saving workshop

Wednesday, September 117:00—8:30 PMCommunity RoomNorfolk Public Library2 Liberty Lane, Norfolk, MA, 02056

Biology of Seed Saving:

Learn to save seed and understand the impact you can have on seed diversity. Hannah
Traggis will present an introduction to the botany of plant reproduction and tips so you can successfully grow your garden.

Hannah Traggis is the Senior Horticulturist at Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Her work combines a lifelong love of horticulture, plant biology, and education. In addition to the cultivation of gardens at Mass Hort’s 36-acre public garden site, The Gardens at Elm Bank, in Wellesley, MA, she shares her extensive background in organic agriculture through lectures and workshops. She is currently a master's candidate in Plant Physiology at the University of New Hampshire where she has taught Botany and Ethnobotany courses. Additionally, she works to support school gardens across the region with garden based school programs, and horticultural skill workshops for educators.

Contact Info:

Sharon Pierce

s-pierce@comcast.net