John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the Spring Planting Festival at Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds in Mansfield, Missouri.
In this episode, John will give you a full tour of the spring planting festival and what it is like to be there. You will see all the major areas of the event, as well as learn about John’s favorite vendors that had the best plants and items that will allow you to grow the best food for you and your family.
First, John will give you a walk-thru tour of the event grounds, next he will share his favorite vendors.
You will then learn more about the exhibits, seed exchange and speaker tent at the spring planting festival.
Jump to the following parts of this episode:
05:33 The Lord’s Healing Leaves
08:16 Bear Creek Farms
12:35 Jim Long – Amazing Cutting Globe – https://www.longcreekherbs.com/
15:36 River Hills Harvest – Grow Elderberries http://www.riverhillsharvest.com/
21:45 Victory Gardens – Rescue Tomato Plants http://www.victorygardeners.com/
27:57 World’s Fastest Growing Tree – Paulownia Tree – Edible (no website) Call 903-243-0918 to order
33:12 Seed Exchange and Displays
36:07 Speaker Tent
36:43 My thoughts and tips and about the Bakery Creek Spring Planting Festival
Finally, John will share his opinions about the 2018 Spring Planting Festival at Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds in Mansfield, MO. You will learn if you should come to the 2019 event taking place May 5-6, 2019.
After watching this episode, you will learn more about what takes place at the spring planting festival every year at the baker creek rare seeds headquarters in Mansfield, Missouri.
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