Judea Garden

Seed Saving

Judea Garden has also begun to further incorporate the practice of seed saving. This practice is relatively easy, although it of course depends on the plant. We can look at this process through the example of the Arugula grown at Judea Garden. It is first planted in the fall and some are harvested in easy spring, then …

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Leaving them to Seed

In Judea Garden some plants produce many seeds naturally that will come back year after year if you don’t clean out the beds. One example of this is the Ground Cherries found in our garden. This is a type of husked fruit that ripens as it falls to the ground, and if all the seeds aren’t collected …

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