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Cream of the (Corn) Crop

Black Aztec corn

Corn is a time-honored staple with countless traditional usages. We've compiled a list of varieties that we've given a big green-thumbs-up. Some are great for eating, some for popping, others for ... Read More »

The Royal Family (…of heirloom seeds!)

Queen Anne's Pocket melon

Prince George of Cambridge has been big news this past year, and so have our seeds in this royal collection! Just in time for the royal wedding anniversary, we've compiled a list of our most ... Read More »

Ancient White Park Cattle: Old Breed, New Babies!

Ancient white park calf in pickup truck

Wait a second, you thought Seed Savers Exchange was only saving seeds? When you visit Heritage Farm at Seed Savers Exchange, the cutest thing you’ll see may also be the oldest thing we preserve. The ... Read More »

Fabulous Heirloom Flower Favorites

Giant Benary zinnia

The vegetables in your garden are beautiful in their own right, but nothing paints a beautiful garden like splashes of vibrant heirloom flower varieties. Here are a few customer favorites to get you ... Read More »

Superb Heirloom Herbs

Heirloom Chives

Nothing brings your cooking to the next level like fresh garden herbs. We've chosen some of our favorites for you, but we can't wait to hear about your preferred varieties and your favorite ways to ... Read More »

Two Seasons

Greenhouse Seedlings

In the fast-paced world of the Preservation department, the year is divided into two seasons: field season and getting-ready-for-field season. After a long, cold, snowy winter, we just crossed the ... Read More »

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