One Hundred seeds to sow
Here in the ONE HUNDRED MORNINGS office, the film has inspired us to pay more mind to the concept of sustainable living, as well as making us realise just how unskilled we currently are to survive in a world without electricity! This new fascination has inspired us to start growing our own plants, and to help others do the same. Felim McDermott, who programmed ONE HUNDRED MORNINGS at The Galway Film Fleadh, was so inspired that he grew his first potato crop after seeing the film. As quoted “Am boiling spuds grown in my own raised beds, a project inspired by the film 100 Mornings. If you see it, you’ll understand”.
If you’re lucky enough to receive one of our exclusive, limited edition ONE HUNDRED MORNINGS seed packets, available on opening night in The IFI, then read below to find out how you too can be on your way to a more sustainable way of life!
Sow seed thinly, 1cm (1/2 in) deep in broad drills, 30cm (12in) apart
Thin Seedlings to 5cm (2in) apart when large enough to handle, thinnings will be suitable for use in salads. Harvest leaves as required, picking only a few from each plant.
Good Luck and Happy Sowing!