Winter Seed Sowing

Gardeners will explain basics

Most native plants that support bees, birds and butterflies are easily grown from seed sown in the winter with no greenhouse or special equipment needed. In a class presented in Brewster on Saturday, Jan. 30, Master Gardeners will share the basics of seed propagation, the importance of native plants and how to harvest and store seeds. They will also demonstrate the winter sowing process.

Each participant will plant a container or two of native seeds to take home. The 90-minute program starts at 10 a.m. at the Cornell Cooperative Extension office, 1 Geneva Road. Register at or call 845-278-6738.

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