15.02.2017

22 – 23 April: NOAH’S ARK, Plant Market with Seeds, Reference Books, & a Large Selection of Organic Young Plant Varieties.

On 22 and 23 April, from 9:30 to 16:00 at the Botanical Gardens of the Uni Salzburg - The diversity comes to you! "Sweet Chocolate" Peppers, “Date Wine” Tomatoes or “Bernary's Blaukönigin” Melanzani are rarities from the ARCHE NOAH varietal archive with which you can also create a diverse vegetable paradise on the balcony or in the garden.

An die 200 verschiedene Jungpflanzenraritäten hat das ARCHE NOAH Märkteteam im Gepäck: Entdecken Sie mannigfaltige Paprika-, Paradeiser-, Salat-, Kohl- und Kürbisspezialitäten für sich und staunen Sie über so manche exotische Jungpflanze: Malabarspinat, Scheibengurke, Tomatillo und Erdmandel sind nur einige unter den vielen, fast vergessenen Gemüsesorten aus der ganzen Welt. Mit dabei ist auch wieder eine Auswahl an seltenen Erdäpfelraritäten und Kräutervielfalt.

Weiters bietet ARCHE NOAH fachkundige und individuelle Beratung, Weitergabe von Tipps und Anbauinformationen, Infomaterial, Fachbücher und Saatgut.

Das gesamte Jungpflanzensortiment sowie das Saatgut stammen aus kontrolliert biologischer Erzeugung.

BITTE BEACHTEN SIE: Es ist leider nicht möglich Pflanzen oder Saatgut vorzubestellen. Danke für Ihr Verständnis.

ARCHE NOAH Mitglieder erhalten Rabatt auf die Jungpflanzen - Mitgliedsausweis nicht vergessen! Bitte bringen Sie wenn möglich auch Transportschachteln mit.

Entdecken Sie auch den Stand des "Pflanzenzimmers" mit der druckfrischen Wildpflanzenbox. In dieser finden Sie Informationen über 20 heimische Pflanzen und deren Inhaltsstoffe bzw. Wirkung, Märchen und Mystik, Kulinarik, Spiele und Kreatives.

22. April bis 23. April 2017, 09:30 bis 16:00 Uhr.

Veranstaltungsort:

Botanischer Garten der Universität Salzburg

Hellbrunnerstraße 34

5020 Salzburg Eintritt frei!

Kontakt: Elisabeth.egger@sbg.ac.at

 

Botanischer Garten

Elisabeth Egger

Fachbereich Ökologie und Evolution

Hellbrunnerstrasse 34

Tel: 80445506

E-mail to Botanischer Garten

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