organic seed Archive

It may be a surprise to know that not all organic heirloom seeds are actually certified. Just as “natural” doesn’t mean organic, terms can be used to mislead gardeners who want to plant and grow healthy produce. Learning to differentiate between the terms, and what type of verification to look for can help when shopping

Using water conservation during times of drought or at any time is ideal for organic seed gardens. These hardy strains have lived for generations and are able to acclimate to a variety of conditions. Ensuring they receive enough moisture is essential to maximize production and flavor. This can be difficult in hot, dry areas of

Certified Organic seed from propagated from plants using open pollination methods, organic fertilizers and pesticides from heirloom varieties can be difficult to find. Unfortunately nature even has a hand in the spread of GMO’s through the food chain. Wind carrying pollen from these manufactured seeds can lead to the contamination of the most protected garden.