Sunday, February 24, 2019

seeds for sale

Our farm shop (which is open 362 days of the year from 11am till 6pm, and run almost entirely by volunteers) has a new range of seeds for sale. These are from the Seed Co-Operative, a community owned organic seed company based in East Anglia, an organisation with a lot in common with Bosavern Community Farm and whom we are pleased to support. We have used their seeds on the farm before and found them to be of good quality and good value, plus they are organic and open-pollinated (no hybrids). We have 30 types of seed for sale including lettuce, peas, beans (runner, broad, and climbing), phacellia green manure, coriander, basil, parsley, parsnips, cabbages, carrots, leeks, pumpkins, courgettes, tomatoes, beetroot, kale, chard, radish etc...
Adrien, our long-term French volunteer, has built a display rack out of pallets and an old clothes horse, which looks superb. You can find out more about the Seed Co-Operative at

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