Heirloom tomatoes will be available at the CV Growers and Seed Savers sale Saturday morning.

Growers and Seed Savers annual sale Saturday

CV Growers and Seed Savers have a treat in store for any veggie gardeners. Our speciality is the heirloom tomato. You will find anything from beefsteak to cherry, in bush or vine and a rainbow of different colours. For the fruit lovers we have strawberries, raspberries and young apple trees. We have the curious Egyptian walking onion, leeks, lettuce and other assorted greens.

For those who wish to plant their own seeds we will have a selection of seeds to choose from at the bargain price of $1 a packet.

There will be a couple of master gardeners on hand to answer you gardening questions.

The sale is being held at the K’ómoks Band Hall on the Dyke Road (3320 Comox Rd., Courtenay)

Doors open at 9 a.m. – no early birds please – and the event ends at noon.

Co-ordinators of school gardens are invited to come at noon and share what plants are left.

Remember to bring small change and a cardboard flat to carry your plants.

Any questions please call Jenny at 250-871-0553.

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