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Millenium Seed Bank's "Great Seed Swap"


Here at the Millennium Seed Bank's 'Great Seed Swap' at the National Trust's Wakehurst Place, we hear about the rich diversity of plant varieties that can be grown for food; see keen gardeners and horticulturalists exchange seeds; and learn from the experts about the importance of saving and sowing our own open-pollinated seeds.

www.woodlands.co.uk/tv
www.kew.org/visit-wakehurst/garden-attra­ctions-A-Z/Millennium-Seed-Bank
www.gardenorganic.org.uk
www.open-pollinated-seeds.org.uk
www.sussexcommunityseedbank.com

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