From the organizers:
Seedy Saturday is E.A.T. South’s annual seed swap. Everyone is welcome to bring seeds if you have extra and take seeds if you need them. You can bring seeds you’ve saved from your own plants or extra seeds you purchased.
We will have markers, envelopes and baggies for taking seeds home, but we would love you to bring extra if you can. (Those little snack-sized baggies are great for seeds, too.)
What’s the seed swap like? We’ll have tables covered in seeds, hopefully organized by vegetable (volunteers needed to keep the seeds organized). E.A.T. South saved amaranth, marigold, dill and pigeon pea seeds to share. We also have seed packets donated by Whole Foods and purple sweet potatoes and sunchokes.
We are inviting local garden groups like the Master Gardeners, Alabama State Teaching Garden and others to share their expertise and enthusiasm for plants. We hope you’ll make new friends or find a new place to learn or volunteer!