Glasgow Seed Library
Sat 21 May 2022
Mulching a vegetable bed at Lambhill Stables, 2021. Photo by Rowan Lear.
Want to learn to grow from seed-to-seed? Join a small and social garden team to help us prepare, sow, grow and harvest.
Meeting on site at Lambhill Stables Community Garden, come and get involved in outdoor gardening work. Tasks include building raised beds, fixing netting, building plant supports, sowing, weeding, composting, natural pest control and monitoring the progress of our plants.
Over the course of a year, we will learn together how to successfully grow, nurture and nourish crops for organic seed production. The harvested seeds will be dried, sorted and packed for Glasgow Seed Library, for the community to grow in 2023.
Field Days are perfect for anyone who is keen to get outdoors, hands-on and learn-by-doing. No prior experience is necessary. If you have them, please bring gardening gloves and outdoor boots, and wear warm, waterproof layers.
Field Days are part of Seed to Seed, a year-long project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund: Together For Our Planet.
In May, we expect to sow late seeds, plant out seedlings, clean the polytunnel and do some weeding. Meet us at the garden shed: you do not need to stay all day, drop-in and leave when you like.
Part of Glasgow Seed Library
Talks & Events
Lambhill Stables Community Garden, 11 Canal Bank North, Glasgow G22 6RD
11:00am — 3:00pm
All ages, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
Free and unticketed
Some tasks at Field Days can be made accessible to wheelchair users and people with different mobilities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to let us know of any access needs.