Succession Sowing in Short Seasons

A Virtual Program in the Granby Grows Series
Woman holding bunch of beets freshly harvested.
Event Date: 
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Would you love to cut fresh salad greens every day? Harvest enough basil for pesto every week? Enjoy peas all the way to frost? With the right timing, tools & seeds, it's easy to surround yourself with garden abundance all summer long! Join life-long gardener Petra Page-Mann, co-founder of Fruition Seeds, when she shares everything she's learned about succession sowing in short seasons.

Register ONLINE or call 860.844.5275. Attendees will receive an email the day of the program with Zoom log in information, including the Meeting ID and password. 

The Granby Grows program series features a bumper crop of farmers, gardening experts, and agricultural educators. Please continue to check the calendar as additional programs are added. 

Sponsored by Friends of Granby Public Library. 

About the presenter:

Petra Page-Mann is a life-long seed saver who spent over a decade in the organic seed world before founding Fruition Seeds with Matthew Goldfarb in 2012.  Their organic seed company is located on 24 acres in Naples, New York, in the heart of the Finger Lakes region. Fruition Seeds grow about sixty percent of their seeds at their farm, sourcing the balance from other organic growers, mostly in the Northeast. They celebrate the heritage of heirlooms as well as pursue development of their own varieties. Click FRUITION SEEDS for more information.