How to be Successful with Seeds by Marilyn Holt – this handout was available at the February 18, 2016 meeting.
Incredible Seeds is a farm-based Canadian seed company in Nova Scotia that specializes in open-pollinated heirloom and heritage seeds.
Organic Seed Alliance is a nonprofit organization that advances ethical seed solutions to meet food and farming needs in a changing world.
Seed Finder helps you find seeds that are well-suited to your region of Canada. This information was updated for the 2014-2015 seasons. Choose a crop species and select your region to find which seed suppliers are located near you. Local seed companies often sell the varieties that are best suited for your region.
Seed Saver Find links to specific seed saving instructions for 27 common vegetables. This online information comes from Basic Seed Saving, a 48 page paperback book written by Bill McDorman. It was created to provide enough practical information to allow gardeners to embark on the rewarding adventure of saving their own seeds.
Seed Savers Exchange is an organization that conserves and promotes America’s culturally diverse but endangered garden and food crop heritage for future generations by collecting, growing, and sharing heirloom seeds and plants. Heritage Farm in Decorah, Iowa is the headquarters of Seed Savers Exchange.
Seed Site a UK site about seeds – collecting seeds, storing seeds, sowing seeds, germinating seeds and exchanging seeds, with pictures of seeds, seedpods and seedling (and a bit of botany).
Select Seeds offers gardeners an extensive and curated collection of high quality flower seeds and plants, specializing in heirloom flowers, fragrant flowers, open-pollinated annuals, bee-friendly flower seeds and plants, flowering vines, and rare annuals and perennials. (They are in Connecticut)
The Cottage Gardener is an heirloom seed house and plant nursery in southern Ontario, Canada that has been providing rare and endangered heirloom varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers to gardeners and market growers since 1996.
West Coast Seeds How to grow guide