"Establishing and nurturing our eco-typic seed bank lies at the core of our mission. It represents a deeply rewarding endeavor where we cultivate not just food, plants, and beneficial organisms but also a sense of sustainability and self-sufficiency. The advantages are manifold; by leveraging our own seed bank, combined with well-timed divisions of perennials and strategic transplanting, our food forests and native gardens flourish exponentially, eliminating the need for frequent trips to commercial nurseries. In essence, our own yards and landscapes transform into the very nurturing hubs that sustain and propagate the growth of our communities."
"Embracing the practice of collecting, preserving, and cultivating food from one's own seeds offers a wealth of advantages, primarily rooted in the inherent resilience of these plants to their local environment. This adaptation, where seeds evolve to harmonize with the unique microclimate they inhabit, is a testament to the natural evolutionary process.
From our very beginnings, we've been dedicated stewards of open-pollinated and heirloom seeds. Over the years, this commitment has allowed us to meticulously curate an ecologically diverse seed pantry that thrives with the vitality of our region's distinct microclimates.
Reach out to us today to explore the wealth of possibilities and benefits that this ecological seed bank can offer!"
Fall Seeds include:
Garlic, Walking Onion, Grains and Legumes, Lettuce, Spinach, Bok Choy, Kale, Brassica Greens
seed garlic varieties
winter hardy kale
grains and legumes