2014 Heritage Farm Companion Spring Edition

Spring 2014, The Heritage Farm Companion

The Seed Savers Exchange (SSE) quarterly member publication, The Heritage Farm Companion, is now being made available online and our 2014 Spring Edition has just been posted. Non-members can get a ... Read More »

Printing the Yearbook

2014 Seed Savers Exchange Yearbook

The Seed Savers Exchange (SSE) Yearbook has been sent to the printer! If you’re a long-time member, the arrival of the Yearbook may be the most anticipated garden-planning event of the year. If you’re ... Read More »

Seed Saving School

tomato seeds

Seed Savers Exchange was proud to present our first-ever multi-day Seed Saving School last weekend to 19 enthusiastic participants from across the country and around the world. Our most comprehensive ... Read More »

Chewin’ on Seeds (Assessing Seed Maturity)

Eggplant

Now that fall has arrived, folks are often curious about when to harvest seeds that they’re saving from their garden. Although seed maturity can often be evaluated by simply touching or viewing the ... Read More »

And the winner is…

2013 Tomato Tasting Winner

This past weekend's 8th Annual Tomato Tasting event was a sweet success for gardeners and tomatoes alike. Despite concerns that our tomatoes would not ripen in time for the event, over 40 heirloom ... Read More »

Summer Greens

Leaves left to right: Heodrig collard, Bull’s Blood beet, Vitessa kale, Lacinato kale, Kerala Red amaranth, Green orach, Orange chard, Burpee’s Golden beet, Gold Nugget sweet potato, Red malabar spinach, purslane, lamb’s quarters, dandelion.

  [Leaves left to right: Heodrig collard, Bull’s Blood beet, Vitessa kale, Lacinato kale, Kerala Red amaranth, Green orach, Orange chard, Burpee’s Golden beet, Gold Nugget sweet potato, Red ... Read More »

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