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How To Save Seeds: Part One by Morag Gamble: Our Permaculture Life. http://our-permaculture-life.blogspot.com.au/2016/09/film-11-how-to-save-seeds-part-one-8.html.
In her permaculture garden, Morag shows us how she collects Spring brassica seeds and her daughter Maia demonstrates how to make origami seed packets to store and share them.
– Use non-hybrid seeds so you can save from year to year.
– Allow vegetables to go to seed for abundance (one lettuce = 10,000 seeds!)
– Encourage self-seeding vegetables to flourish and adapt to your garden.
– Let your garden soil be your seed bank too.
– Collect and exchange seeds.
This film follows the mustard spinach from flowering to seed collection.
– Brassica vegetable flowers are edible.
– Brassica flower stalks are edible.
– Brassica seedpods are edible.
– Brassica seeds are edible – mustard spinach seeds can be used to make seeded mustard.Brassica vegetable flowers are edible
– Brassica flower stalks are edible
– Brassica eedpods are edible