Yep, I know.. many sources for these. I've googled the term and found most of the retailers but I'm concerned with quality and performance. This is the kind of life-and-death item that you must be certain is the best quality.
If you have first hand experience with these I would like to hear...
i am talking about seeds from carrots, celery, parsley, onions, and other plants?
do the plants have to pollinate to produce seeds?
and how to you preserve the seeds so they can be used next year after winter?
sorry if there are threads on this already. i need to reach 3 posts to unlock...
Just wondering where you folks buy your seeds?
I've bought most of mine online. :)
I found a place I'd like to try ordering from, called Bountiful Gardens. I've also purchased some stuff from Gourmet Seed- Just got my first order from them in the mail today! Best packaging I've seen for seeds...
I bought these today!
Store in your freezer for super long term storage, or start growing and learning how to reharvest the seeds from these heirloom plants before the shtf.
Food storage is great, but don't forget...
Recommended sources for non-hybrid vegetable seeds Steve Solomon
Short season- one hundred miles either way of the US / Canadian border.
Stokes Seeds http://www.stokeseeds.com/
Johnny’s Selected Seeds http://www.johnnyseeds.com
Veseys Seeds http://www.veseys.com
William Dam Seeds...