Monday, June 25, 2007

Seed Savers Exchange Rules!

This is the hands-down best place I know to buy heirloom seeds. I buy almost all of my seed stock from these folks and never fail to be dazzled by the quality and variety of seeds in their coffers. Once you get used to buying and growing plant's whose genealogy can be traced back to a person or family or culture that developed them, you will not be able to look at a rack of Burpee seeds again with a straight face.

Seed Savers Exchange

4 comments:

The Foodist said...

Link broken... fyi

Charlotte said...

This is the first year I've saved seed (4th year of veggie garden). I did the easiest ones -- the peppers I dried. When I didn't want that much heat, I'd dump the seeds in a jar, then this spring I used them to start a new batch of peppers. Germination was good, and refilling the nearly-empty packet the seeds originally came in was *very* satisfying.

Bob del Grosso said...

The link to Seed Savers Exchange should be live now. Thanks Foodist!

The Foodist said...

YW thanks for the linkage