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 Dee Nguyen on October 19, 2010 at 9:38pm
Thanks so much for this website. What a great site!
Comment by KM on October 19, 2010 at 1:20pm
Hi Carrie, here is a link on freezing seeds you may be interested in. http://www.ehow.com/how_5578968_freeze-vegetable-seeds-storage.html
hope this helps.
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on October 19, 2010 at 7:25am
I'm busy buying seeds and small trees, not portable I know, but maybe I can take cuttings. I have put my seeds in the freezer today, I hope this is the right thing to do.
Comment by KM on October 19, 2010 at 5:47am
Had a lot of pumpkins, squash and marrow from our garden this last summer. The cabbages have been eaten but survived the summer as well as the carrots and beets. But the ones that didn't fare so well, were the leeks, onions and cucumbers. It was too wet. Also ordered heirloom seeds which we received and will plant for next year.
Comment by Carrie Stevenson on September 29, 2010 at 1:19pm
Do I save seeds from my organic veges? If so, then how? I know how to dry them out on paper towels but what do I do with them after that?
Comment by KM on September 9, 2010 at 5:44am
Have had an overabundance of tomatoes, potatoes, squash and carrots, it seemed as if the late season or the fact that NW Saskatchewan didn't have much of a summer was going to wash out a lot of the garden crops, but asking around, most people have said their gardens have done very well, but mostly with root crops. The carrots and leaks in the garden have produced seed, the beetroot as well, which is good news! Asked a good friend on storing squash, and she suggested keeping it on the concrete floor, but reluctant, suggested instead putting them on a wooden pallet, they apparently will keep for a long time. The same with potatoes. Although the potatoes have been put on thick newspaper, they seem to be doing okay so far.
Comment by Judy Elt on August 24, 2010 at 11:03am
Recently found amaranth as seeds. Can be used as cereal, sprouts or greens.
Thanks to K Tonkin, will try marigolds to keep rabbits outmy veggy patch.
Comment by KM on August 24, 2010 at 5:52am
Have had vegetables in the fridge which had sprouted, and just put into the dirt. They sprouted and have seed from them. Have collected a whole bunch of seed, which is surprising for the kind of weather we've been having here as well in NW Saskatchewan. Potatoes have doen exceptionally well, as well as squash, but cucumbers have not come up.
Comment by Guido Krohnke on July 11, 2010 at 5:23pm
I got a garden, too. 3 chickens as animals, and jerusalem artichokes, cabbage and fruits as plants within the garden.
Comment by KM on July 8, 2010 at 2:14am
Awsome, there have been lots of people here in Saskatchewan who've not even managedto get cucumbers, but lots of potatoes and beets for peoples gardens!

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