- Is Seed Savers Exchange owned by Monsanto?
- How do you save seeds to replant?
- Where is the best place to buy heirloom seeds?
- How do I get heirloom seeds for free?
Is Seed Savers Exchange owned by Monsanto?
Ways to Avoid Monsanto-Owned Seeds and Plants
If so, they will be able to tell you which varieties they carry, so you can avoid them. ... Seed Savers Exchange, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, and Landreth's all specialize in heirlooms. There is a (better) heirloom option for all of the varieties Monsanto owns.
How do you save seeds to replant?
Place in a jar of water and leave for a few days, swirling them in the water daily. After a few days, the seeds should have come free from the pulp and sunk to the bottom. Pour the liquid away and rinse the seeds. Leave them to dry on a paper towel and, when fully dry, store in an envelope in a cool, dry place.
Where is the best place to buy heirloom seeds?
Where to Buy Heirloom Seeds
- Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. This is where I've ordered almost all of my seeds for over 7 years and I couldn't be happier. ...
- Seed Savers Exchange. A non-profit community of folks who are dedicated to preserving seeds for the generations to come. ...
- Territorial Seeds. ...
- Johnny's Seeds. ...
- Annie's Heirloom Seeds.
How do I get heirloom seeds for free?
Find a Seed Library
Many public libraries now have seed libraries, where you can pick out free heirloom seeds to grow in your garden. They just ask that you save some of the seeds from your harvest, and return them to the seed library, so more gardeners can grow them next year.