Heirloom Everything: From Seed to Seed

Ken Greene, founder of the Hudson Valley Seed Library, will speak about America’s gardening heritage through images from the Seed Library's collection.

Art from the Hudson Valley Seed Library

Sunday, February 23, 2014
2 – 3 p.m.
Ken Greene, founder of the Hudson Valley Seed Library
Alsdorf Auditorium
Free, please register in advance
Parking fees apply for nonmembers

Interested in heirloom flowers and vegetables? Ken Greene, founder of the Hudson Valley Seed Library, an artisan seed company and heirloom seed farm, highlights America’s gardening heritage through elegant, humorous, and telling images from the Seed Library's collection of antique and vintage seed catalogs, seed packs, and ephemera. He’ll suggest easy-to-grow, beautiful, tasty, heirlooms for home gardeners and describe simple seed-saving techniques and tips used on their farm that gardeners can use at home.

The lecture is free but seating is limited (regular Garden parking fees apply).