First bites

Grow it and they will come

April 24, 2016
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As Laura Watt says, bees and pollinators do so much for us and our gardens. Why not invite them in? What started as a personal passion for urban gardening in Toronto — growing, collecting and protecting the seeds of the most interesting varieties from each harvest — has expanded to a three-acre seed garden on a 15-acre farm in Prince Edward County. Now running her sevenyear- old seed company from Kingston and the county, Watt offers more than 100 varieties of rare, open-pollinated, naturally grown seeds, sold individually or in gift sets, such as the bee friendly garden featuring edible flowers and herbs loved by bees and other pollinators and the kid-friendly garden for quick and easy-to-grow edibles for the impatient gardener of any age.

Cubit's Seed Company

Find it at:, Cannery Row PEC (Picton), Seed to Sausage (Sharbot Lake),

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