The ultimate goal of every gardener should be to become seed self-sufficient. That is, we should strive to save our own seed every year – saving us money (not buying more seed) and giving us repeat performances of cultivars that grow well in our gardens. The only caveat to saving one’s own seed is the chance of cross-pollination. Peppers are particularly prone to that. (The picture above shows peppers grown from plants sown from the same commercial seed packet. Need I say more?) Well, Seed Savers Exchange will be giving a webinar on the proper way to save pepper seeds.
The Pepper Seed Saving webinar will be held on Tuesday, August 20, 2013, at 8:00 p.m. EDT (7:00 p.m. CDT). Register now to reserve your spot for this class as spots are limited.
Join me in learning how to save our pepper seeds, so we don’t have pepper surprises next year!