Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Open-pollinated non-GMO seed sources in Florida

Michael at Gardening in Central Florida has started a list of open-pollinated seed sources for Florida.

If anyone has any other local outlets, let me know. Glad to see my friend Grower Jim is already on the list.

One of these days I may get around to offering seed myself. I tend to trade or give away what I have most of the time, plus I'm not the most organized fellow in the world.

My personal favorite seed company - though they're not local - is the Southern Exposure Seed Exchange.

Some of my purchases for spring's garden.


I'm also a member of the venerable Seed Saver's Exchange and get seeds from them as well.

One of the best things you can do as a gardener is to avoid fancy hybrids and GM crops. Grow dependable heirlooms, save the seeds from the best performers and you'll build new lines of plants that thrive in your garden conditions.

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1 Comments:

At February 5, 2014 at 7:22 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

here is a fella from very southern Mississippi:
Seedman.com

Mick

 

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