Growing fruit and veggies at home
Toilet paper isn't the only thing that has seen a surge in demand recently. Seeds and seedlings are flying off the shelves as residents try to become more self-sufficient. But did you know that you can establish your own garden from cuttings or seeds of veggies and fruit that you may have stored in your fridge or pantry? Our Natural Environment Project Officer Lynette Keir shows us how to propagate some of the fruit and vegetables that grow best in our region in this video.
Following on from our last video about how to propagate local fruit and veggies, our Natural Environment Project Officer Lynette Keir explains the best way to save your seeds so you can stagger your planting throughout the year and plant your seeds at times when they will thrive as well as avoiding hybridisation of vegetables from the same family