Tag Archives: Seed Saving

Amish Nuttle Bean Review

Amish Nuttle Bean Pbaseolus vulgaris is considered a Heritage Bean as well as being Slow Food’s Art of taste. Its said that it was grown and promoted by the Amish as early as 1802.  However there is a bigger backstory on … Continue reading

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Are you planning on doing some landrace seed growing?

What is a landrace you ask? A landrace is a domesticated, locally adapted, traditional variety of a species of animal or plant that has developed over time, through adaptation to its natural and cultural environment of agriculture hmmm.. I think … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Pie Seed Saving

I often save seed from a number of plants in my garden. There are plants that I do not save seed from. An example would be carrots, I do not save carrot seed for a few reason’s, I have wild … Continue reading

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When seed saving goes wrong

Two days ago on a one of my local seed saving groups one of our great members posted photos of her saved beans for seed that has lots of tiny holes in them.. Sadly she has a case of bean … Continue reading

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Musquee De Provence Squash

This big squash came in on the scales at 22 pounds, it was one of my unknown, sort off, it came from a friend who started a few different heritage  and she knew what she had started for me, and … Continue reading

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