Monday, February 03, 2014

An incomplete list of open-pollinated seed sources in Florida...

Mary's Heirloom Seeds http://marysheirloomseeds.com
They offer all organic, open-pollinated, non-gmo and non-hybrid seeds. All the seeds that you order will be "Free shipping" and will be delivered within 24 hours except for holiday. You can contact them thru the online form in their website.

They sell homegrown meat, dairy produce, pantry items and non-GMO plants and seeds. Contact them thru the online form in their website or Email: crispyfarms@earthlink.net

Eden Organic Nursery Service Inc. http://www.eonseed.com
They offer organic and hybrid seeds for vegetables, tobacco seeds, medical and healing plants and many more. Contact:(954) 382-8281

Grower Jim's Plants and Produce http://growerjim.blogspot.com/p/buy-seeds.html
They are a small sustainable farm selling fresh produce, plants and seeds. Their seeds are hand-picked, open-pollinated, non-hybrid, non-GM, and heirloom types grown chemical-free in a natural environment. Their selection includes both edible and ornamental varieties of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants. Contact them through their website or Facebook page.

Florida Backyard Vegetable Gardener http://www.growincrazyacres.com
All of their seeds and plants are non-GMO and open-pollinated. Contact:352-650-7343 and Email: desiree@growincrazyacres.com

Healthy Harvest Seed Company, LLC http://www.healthyharvestseedcompany.com
Healthy Harvest Seed Company is a small, family owned and operated, seed company located in Central Florida. They sell different kinds of vegetable, herbs and many more. Contact: 855-340-3451 and Email:customerservice@healthyharvestseedcompany.com

Organic Sanctuary seeds are Non-GMO, Non-Hybrid, and grown in a Honey Bee friendly Open-Pollinated environment. You can contact them in their online form.

QR Seeds Inc. http://qrseeds.com
They offer non-GMO vegetable garden seeds. They have signed "The Safe Seed Pledge of The Council for Responsible Genetics" Contact:352-345-7387

The Pepper Gal http://www.peppergal.com
The Pepper Gal sells many kinds of non-GMO pepper seeds including hot pepper seed, sweet pepper seed, ornamental pepper seed and many more. Contact: 954-537-5540 and Email: peppergal@bellsouth.net

Self Reliance Strategies, LLC http://selfreliancestrategies.com/hub/
They are selling 100% non-GMO and non-hybrid of a large varieties of seeds. Contact: (321) 348 - 4113 and Email:info@selfreliancestrategies.com

Two Seeds in a Pod http://www.twoseedsinapod.com
They have a large varieties of non-GMO and heirloom vegetable seeds. They have signed "The Safe Seed Pledge of The Council for Responsible Genetics" Contact: contact@twoseedsinapod.com

8 comments:

LGJ said...

Thanks for posting this! I use your blog as my kick in the pants to do garden stuff or else everything ends up late (well, even more late than it already is) every season.

Sally said...

Yay !! You're back. I'm over in New Orleans cleaning up after the freeze. Peas are up, all three kinds. The leeks made it through as did all the cruciferous plants and the beets. Even the lettuce which surprised me. Radishes ok too. Snapdragons are fine as is the mint. Spring is coming.

Survival Gardener, AKA David the Good said...

Very good start - thank you. I'll post a link to this list on my blog tomorrow.

Elizabeth said...

wow!! Thank you for this list.
peace & raw health,
eizabeth

Tina said...

Thank you so much for posting this list! Got the link from the Survival Garden. Adding you to my site to follow... :)

Gina Scianimanico said...

great list, amazing how something so simple can be hard to find. thanks!
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http://permiefamily.blogspot.com/

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John Vanderwerken said...

I need help obtaining open pollinated seed donations.

I have been working with farmers in Venezuela to obtain open pollinated seeds for them. The government failed to provide any seeds to most of the farmers this year.
I did send over 2000 packets of hybrids earlier this year. They desire to obtain open pollinated seeds in order to be able to create seeds for future planting.
The conditions in Venezuela continue to deteriorate and the government is refusing to allow international aid organizations to distribute humanitarian aid inside the country. As an individual I have been able to fly under the radar and with the help of a freight forwarder at the Port of Miami, we have been able to get much needed necessities into the country.
I would appreciate any help that anyone can provide.

Thank you
John Vanderwerken
wordsmith1960@yahoo.com