A garden is a great way to provide access to fresh fruits and vegetables, especially with the price increases and shortages of these same fruits and vegetables.
Non-hybrid, open pollinating seeds are the best type to store when considering purchasing storage seeds. These types of seeds can be planted and allowed to "go to seed" at the end of the season. They then can be collected and used for a future garden. Most seeds purchased today are hybrid seeds and cannot produce more plants. The value of these seeds cannot be overestimated. There is an old adage that says, "You can count the seeds in an apple, but you cannot count the apples in a seed."
Any chance you have started carrying non-hybrid garden seeds again?
I am looking for the ones packed in a tin can for long term storage.
If you no longer carry the non-hybrid seeds, can you refer me to a source where I may order them, please?
Thanhs, James Via
Thanks for your question, Natalie. At this time, we don’t carry seeds.
Do you sell your heirloom seeds this time of year? I was thinking they would make a great Christmas gift.