Heirloom Organic Seeds Archive

Now is the time to start thinking about planting some of your seeds to grow seedlings for transplanting. Especially, things like tomatoes and peppers that take a little longer to be ready for spring. Starting your seeds early means they’ll start producing for you earlier in the season, granting you a longer production period and

Gardening with heirloom seeds is one of the most enjoying and rewarding hobbies you can take up. When you grow your own vegetables, you get garden fresh produce picked fully ripe; produce from the store is picked green and ripened with chemicals. Homegrown vegetables are much healthier for you both because they are ripened naturally

Each season, we face the dilemma of which seed to produce and what has to wait for another year.  Our seed bank is full of interesting cultivars with mouthwatering names and great histories that we want to keep in (or restore to) commercial production.  We are growing over 350 cultivars on the farm this year,