GROW YOUR HEIRLOOMS

BECAUSE DEPENDENCY SUCKS!

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ABOUT MY SEEDS

I grow the seeds myself

I believe in complete transparency.
All seeds available here on my website are grown and harvested by me and collected from my very own gardens. I do not, and never will buy seeds to sell or offer other gardener’s seeds like almost all other seed sites do.

I save them myself

The seeds I sell are all of my personal favorites and I usually grow them every year. I will only sell what I recommend and use myself. If you see 50 different varieties of tomato seeds, it literally means I grew 50 different varieties. You will see what I grow, harvest and eat myself. The selections will vary greatly from year to year. As summer progresses, the stock wears thin until I harvest again in the fall, So I can maintain the freshest seeds to sell.

all natural

I don’t use any pesticides, poisons or chemical fertilizers. I guarantee that all the products I use here are completely 100% certified for organic growers. I cannot however call my seeds organic because the cost of certification is too high for a small operation as mine. But I assure you, mine are no different. All of my seeds are non GMO, open pollinated and pure. I want other growers who buy my seeds to be able to grow fresh quality food and harvest their own seeds for future planting and self sustainability.

packaging

You will receive your seeds in a small ziplock type bag labeled with the type of seed, a little growing info, germination rates and a harvest year. That’s it. No fancy retail packaging. This allows me to send most of them in standard envelopes or bubble mailers.
Check back often as the selections will change. I am excited to share my seeds with you and I look forward to hearing from you about your results.

Tom

“No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden" - Thomas Jefferson

Our mission

Our website exists to teach others how to grow, manage, produce and store their own food. Then to save the seeds to grow the following year. In doing this they become self sufficient, breaking free from the dependency on large grocery stores and commercial agriculture.

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