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Here are the sources for Non-Hybrid ( Heirloom ) seeds I am currently aware of.

 

I would like to acknowledge a great debt of gratitude to Hero4Hire4 on another forum for the bulk of these sources.

 

 

1) Green People

 

http://www.greenpeople.org/seeds.htm

 

 

2) Seeds of Change

 

http://www.seedsofchange.com/

 

3) Organica Seed

 

http://www.organicaseed.com/

 

4) Heirloom Seeds

 

http://www.heirloomseeds.com/

 

5) The Ark Institute

 

http://www.arkinstitute.com/

 

6) The Natural Gardening Company

 

http://www.naturalgardening.com/shop/index.php3

 

7) Territorial Seed Company

 

http://www.territorialseed.com/prod_...FQurPAod1V3LRg

 

8) Seeds of Change

 

http://www.seedsofchange.com/

 

9) Seed Savers Exchange

 

http://www.seedsavers.org/

 

10) Seeds Trust

 

http://www.seedstrust.com/

 

11) CCOF Organic Certification Trade Association

 

http://www.ccof.org/link_organic_seed.php

 

12) Suppliers of Organic Seeds - USA

 

http://www.ecobusinesslinks.com/organic_seeds.htm

 

13) NexTag source list Heirloom Seeds

 

http://www.nextag.com/heirloom-veget...ed/search-html

 

14) Hobby Farms

 

http://www.hobbyfarms.com/farm-industry-news/heirloom-

tomato-seeds.aspx

 

15) Old House Web List of Heirloom Seed sources.

 

http://www.oldhouseweb.com/suppliers..._Plants_.shtml

 

16) High Mowing Organic Seeds

 

http://highmowingseeds.com/

 

 

 

 

 

Please add additional sources.

 

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Good quality heirloom seeds (and others). VERY LOW prices because they're a co-op. You can download their catalog. It has good info on growing in the catalog.

 

Fedco Seeds

 

www.fedcoseeds.com

 

Also Seeds Trust. They have heirloom and native seeds, including siberian tomatoes, the only ones I can reliably ripen in my climate. (Some pieces of New Mexico are cold!)

 

www.seedstrust.com

 

 

 

 

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My favorite. I like the estimate of percentage of germination information, as well as hints to get a better rate of germination. When they say you get 90 seeds or more, you darn well get more! -

J. L. HUDSON, SEEDSMAN

http://www.jlhudsonseeds.net/VegetablesA-D.htm

quote:Offered here are only open-pollinated, non-F-l hybrid, non-patented vegetable seeds. I stress traditional and heirloom varieties, and have noted in the descriptions how long many kinds have been cultivated.:unquote

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I have bought from this one in the past, very nice folks.

http://www.territorialseed.com/prod_detail_list/263

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I HIGHLY recommend www.bountifulgardens.org , especially for those interested in herbs. They also have some really interesting perennial greens that I've been experimenting with. For those familiar with John Jeavons, this is the company he is affiliated with and their entire focus is sustainability.

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Originally Posted By: Fritz_Monroe



I just got a lot of seeds from someone who traded me for soap, from this company. I am looking forward to planting them in about two weeks!
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