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Learn to save your own annual flower seeds and put money back in your pocket

For just the price of a packet or two of seeds, you can learn to collect seeds from the most popular cut flowers and never need to buy those flowers again!!

Do you wish that seed saving was more accessible?

You want to save serious money in your garden by seed saving, but frankly, there's not a lot of information out there. And the stuff that you can find isn't very clear and you're not really sure that you're doing it right. But what if there was a way to learn that doesn't require knowing of friend of a friend of a friend and begging them to teach you, banging your head against your keyboard in frustration with yet another pointless search, or just trying yourself-- only to have those seeds you saved go moldy and end up in the compost bin?

A short PDF Download so you can learn quickly and easily on your own time.  Get through the material in an evening

A low price so you don’t waste even more money on something that doesn’t work or fail at yet another gardening project

A fool-proof framework for figuring out how to seed save flowers that aren’t included in the booklet

What if you could...

Stop wishing you could save seeds and money, and actually start doing it?

Introducing

Savvy Seed Saving:
How to Save Annual cut flowers

For only the price of a seed packet or two, I’ll teach you how to save seeds, dry them so they don’t mold, and save you money in the process.  This booklet is a short read and shows the process in easy to understand pictures.

Here's what you'll get

  • A PDF booklet you can learn from in an evening
  • Instructions for saving 13 of the most popular cut flowers
  • How to Overwinter dahlia tubers and gladiola bulbs for the best success
  • A Fool-proof framework for figuring out how to save seeds not included in the guide.



Isn't this easier? See exactly what you need to know, instead of guessing from a written description.


This is what you'll get in the guide--pictures exactly like this that make it instantly clear what you need to know.

Don't wait until the end of another growing season

Learn to collect annual cut flower seeds so you can save money on your garden now.

This is for you if...

  • You want to learn to seed save annual flowers without frustration
  • You enjoy cut flowers in your garden
  • You're tired of buying the same seeds every year and want to save money

This is not for you if...

  • You already know how to save flower seeds
  • You want to learn how to save vegetable seeds--that guide will hopefully be coming at a later date
  • You'd just rather order from the seed catalogue or buy in-store

“This could be you! If you love Savvy Seed Saving, send me your testimonial”
– CLIENT NAME, BUSINESS

Hey, I'm kristen

I’m a former farm girl turned urban gardener and I’ve been gardening since I could dig a hole and plant a seed.  But I’m just like you–I’ve got a busy life and am a Mom of littles and there never seems to be enough time or money to do everything I want to do in my garden.

I write about all things garden, flowers, vegetables, landscaping, and garden-fresh-prairie-style recipes from my home in Saskatoon, SK.  I help beginner gardeners learn about gardening in a fun and accessible way–no complicated terminology or super-technical explanations.  My mission is to get you gardening no matter how much space you have and give you the know-how to need to grow vegetables & beautiful flowers with ease and abundance, and save you money in the process.

I created this seed saving guide in such a way that you should be able to read it in an evening and have the confidence and know-how to go out into your garden and start seed saving the next day. 

stop dreaming and start doing

Learn how to seed save 13 of the most popular cut flowers and start saving money now

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes!  Annual seeds are not dependant on growing zones, just the days to maturity.  Therefore, if you have enough growing days for the seed to grow, it will grow!

I’ve created the booklet in such a way that visual learners should easily be able to figure out how to seed save other flowers.  Most seeds come from either heads or pods, and the seeds I’ve shown are a good representation of what you might find in the garden.

I’ve included 15 common annuals, including sunflowers, strawflowers, snapdragons, marigolds, cosmos, and more!  I’ve even included dahlias and gladiolas, which don’t have seeds, but need to be treated like an annual and are very popular in cut flower gardens.

Yes!  This visual guide will show you everything to know and give you the quickest start possible to saving your own annual flower seeds.

“This could be you!! If you love Savvy Seed Saving, send me your testimonial”
– CLIENT NAME, BUSINESS

Yes! I want to save money and save seeds

Give me my guide so I can start saving seeds tomorrow

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