Seeds, Seeds, Seeds! A reminder , for all members!

It can't be stressed enough : buy your seeds NOW !

If you hav 'nt gathered them by now , take the time...NOW , to do so !!

As far as I know (and I did a lot of research , I can tell you that !) this is the only site where you can order "rare" , truley , native , non GMO , hand-harvested , open polinated , heirloom FIELD & FOREST- seeds.

These wild field & forest food-seeds are super-hardy , naturally resistant to pests , drought , excessive rain ,

(IMPORTANT in the aftertime) , poor soils and will grow almost anywhere............

Do it..........NOW !!!

 

some 2 cents from a "seed-freak" .

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Comment by Carrie Stevenson on November 28, 2010 at 9:50pm
Thank you. I am growing coffee and cinnamon trees already, but I might try mango and cashew as well. I also have a moringa or miracle tree too. I have saved the website.
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on November 28, 2010 at 9:08pm
Thank you so much, I am learning all the time on here!
Comment by Jo Vonbargen on November 28, 2010 at 4:18pm
Thank you, Ad, very good advice! Thanks for those very useful links, Viktorio....I've printed these off to save.
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on November 28, 2010 at 10:51am
I am trying to fine tune my gardening skills by growing a small portion of the seeds. Does anyone know of a way to stop those white butterflies from eating my broccoli? I am trying to go organic. Do you think we will have the same problem with insect pests after the PS? It is so frustrating!
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on November 27, 2010 at 9:21pm
Don't forget about comfrey which can be used as a fertilizer. Just put some in a bucket of water, leave for a few days, then put on your plants. Comfrey costs about $3 for a plant.
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on November 27, 2010 at 10:35am
Thanks. Luckily there are quite a few good heirloom seed sellers on Ebay in Australia. I had to bring my coffee tree in at night as the possums found the new leaves quite tasty. I'm quite enjoying stocking up on seeds and trees! I did find some silica gel packets lying around the house but I will buy up some more as well.
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on November 27, 2010 at 5:28am
How much silica gel should I use? I have around 30 packets of seeds so far. Thanks.
Comment by Mikael Svenson on November 22, 2010 at 9:20pm
Viktorio, thanks for that great information!

So seeds are to be saved until after the PS, but the EU Tsunami is supposed to be long before the PS itself, so I am relocating to Central Norway or Northern Sweden...So I should just be near a lake (for fishing) and grow wild winter plants until the PS, which could be 1 year from the tsunami....?

Do you have the exact link to a good eBay seller, one that you have used?
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on November 22, 2010 at 9:06pm
Where do you get silica gel from? I bought quite a few heirloom seeds this month, plus trees, arabica coffee, cinnamon, elderberry and a stevia bush. I hope to take lots of cuttings.
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on October 27, 2010 at 3:34am
Thanks, KM. I am going out to buy even more seeds.

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