SEED PICK UP EXTENDED You can still pick up your variety packs from Infinity Foods until Sunday 28 March. Whether you’ve picked up your seeds or not, there is still time to make a small donation for your seeds. Thank you!
We know our Community gardens, allotments and growing groups locally rely on Seedy Sunday for their seeds. Even without our community seed swap this year we are determined to continue our ethos of encouraging people to grow organically and have access to open sourced seeds. Our wonderful team of Seedy Sunday volunteers have worked to specially select and pack easy to grow Variety Packs of 10 different veg, salad, beans, tomatoes, onions, squash, herbs and bee mix to encourage our… Read More »
[Applications for Seedpacks are now closed.] Local to Brighton and Hove? We are sorry to say that we’ve had to cancel Seedy Sunday this year, due to the COVID-19 restrictions. It’s a really sad time for us all. But we want to support you with your growing! Together with our wonderful sponsors Infinity Foods, we’ve worked out a process where we can still get seeds swapped and out to those who need them. Due to COVID restrictions on travel, this… Read More »
The first collaboration between Lewes Seedy Saturday and Seedy Sunday Brighton and Hove to bring events to our supporters at home. Join us for an inspiring talk about seed saving, growing food, and building resilient growing communities with Vivien Sansour. “Seed Stories” is a live Zoom talk with Q&As on Saturday 30th January 5pm to 6pm. Tickets are £3 and can be booked on Eventbrite: >>> Book ticket at Eventbrite now <<< Vivien Sansour is an artist, storyteller, researcher and conservationist and will talk about… Read More »
Each year our wonderful sponsors Infinity do a blog post about why Seedy Sunday is so important. For more from Infinity Foods check them out @infinityfoodsbrighton and their website https://infinityfoodsretail.coop/our-shop/ “The ever-growing issue of global climate change presents great pressure on commercial seed varieties and modern farming practices, due to genetic erosion. Potentially useful characteristics disappear every time a variety is lost and its seeds are not saved. Local varieties were important in traditional farming because they were best… Read More »
This is a really lovely blog post by our long term friends Infinity Foods: “A New Year brings new gardening opportunities! This year Seedy Sunday celebrates being 18 years old! WOW! By Jackie Sweet A high point in the gardening calendar for many Brighton and Hove residents as well as for people who come from much further afield to enjoy this true community event. Both the retail and wholesale sides of Infinity Foods are very proud indeed to sponsor it!… Read More »
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