Jenny Gohl

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Name: Jenny Gohl
Date registered: 2013/06/22

Latest posts

  1. May 3rd Meeting – 2018 — 2018/04/16
  2. April 5th 2018 meeting – Fruit trees and getting your seeds started. — 2018/03/26
  3. February 8th seed saver meeting 2018 — 2018/01/16
  4. January 2018 monthly meeting — 2017/12/09
  5. December 7th Monthly meeting Lucy speaks about potatoes — 2017/11/20

Most commented posts

  1. Gem squash – a South African delicacy — 2 comments
  2. Golden Flax for the first time. — 2 comments
  3. September 2017 meeting — 2 comments
  4. December 7th Monthly meeting Lucy speaks about potatoes — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

May 02 2014

The Penguins – Seed Bank Freezer Project

The Penguins – or the Freezer Committee of the Seed Bank. Team members – Terry Batt, Jenny Gohl and Royann Petrell.   In march we took one of the bins of seeds saved in 2012. Our aim was to start germination testing. We found that some of the packets had too few seeds for freezing …

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May 02 2014

8th Annual Plant Sale – May 24, 2014

When; Saturday May 24th Where; Simms Park Time; 9am – 12pm 100’s of non GMO seedlings, a huge selection of tomatoes, also cucumbers, peppers, basil, squashes, herbs, fruit and shrubs. Strong healthy plants locally grown in the Comox Valley. If you would like to get involved please contact organizer Elaine Codling (elaine.codling@gmail.com) for more information, …

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Jul 18 2013

Golden Flax for the first time.

pale blue flax flowers

Growing Golden Flax. This is my first year of growing flax and I’m enchanted with this beautiful vigorous plant. I picked up the seeds at Seedy Saturday and had excellent germination. The plants grew to between 30 and 36 inches – lovely straight plants in lovely straight rows. They keep each other upright but I …

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Jun 23 2013

Diversity is healthy

Diversity is healthy. Diversity is good for the soil, good for the plants and good for us. The June garden is a tapestry of colours and a great variety of above and below ground edibles. The leafy greens (and reds) include various lettuces from green to speckled to deep crimson red, kales, both purple and …

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