Seeds Sellers are listed in alphabetical order by STATE (with Canada preceding the United States

Want to be listed here? Write to seeds[at]permacultureactivist[dot]net Before you order seeds or plants, be sure to visit Plants for a Future On-line Maintains a big searchable database of 7000+ (!) multi-use plants for permaculture, lots of leaflets, a plant catalogue, and a book by Ken Fern on useful plants. Also visit the Northern Alberta Permaculture Institute's Seeds, Plants, and Gardening Supplies directory.

More than 500 species. The best selection of rare plants.

Seed Saver Links

Updated & Animated USDA Climate Zone Maps

Organic Seed Alliance sponsors workshops in the Pacific Northwest to teach seed growing, selection for cropimprovement, fundamentals of breeding for organics, and the basics of seed cleaning and saving. or call 360-385-7192 Check out the National Agriculture Library's "Vegetables and Fruits: A Guide to Heirloom Varieties and Community Based Stewardship" where you'll find 100's of links to seed sites.

Heirloom Organic Seeds

Complete Vegetable Seed Saving Handbook Complete, free how-to seed-saving instructions that show how to save healthy, true-to-type seeds from your heirloom vegetables.

Seed Savers will want to visit Irish permaculturists Ute Bohnsack & Michael Miller's website for voluminous links to Heirloom and OP varieties; info on trading seeds on and off the Web; Commercial sources for heirloom and OP seeds; Botany, Genetics and Horticulture for Seedsavers; Books for Seedsavers; and lots more. If you are in the southeast US, look into Saving Our Seed, a USDA SARE funded project designed to train southeast farmers and extension agents in the production of organic and heirloom seed. 49 Circle D Dr., Colbert, GA 30628 Phone: (706) 788-0017 Fax: (706) 788-0071 email: Growers and seed savers in the cold high altitude west should look into I n t e r n a t i o n a l S e e d S a v i n g I n s t i t u t e and vegetable, wild flower, native grass and herb seeds for a sustainable future.

Seed to Seed: Seed Saving Techniques for the Vegetable Gardener by Suzanne Ashworth 2nd Edition
2002. 228pp. $25 A complete guide to saving seed from 160 vegetable crops, with detailed information on each vegetable: botanical classification, flower structure and pollination method, isolation distances, caging and handpollination techniques, and proper methods for harvesting, drying, cleaning and storing. Save your own seed...before the corporate corpses make it illegal! Here's how.

Primal Seeds
Armed with trowels, seeds, and vision, the idea is to garden everywhere. Anywhere. Primal Seeds exists as a network to actively engage in protecting biodiversity and creating local food security It is a response to industrial biopiracy, control of the global seed supply and of our food This evolving tool is designed to empower individuals to participate in the creation of tomorrow

Natural pest control solutions for your organic home, business, lawn, garden, farm and pets. For the past 30 years ARBICO Organics has been producing and supplying commercial growers, farmers, landscapers and gardeners with natural products for organic growing.

Nine of the largest producers and distributors of home gardening stock, House of Wesley, Royal Dutch, Burgess Seed & Plant, Exciting Gardens, Four Seasons Nursery, InterState Nurseries, Farmer Seed and Nursery, Kelly Nurseries, and Honeycreek Nurseries have joined along with ComeToBuy Inc., an Internet services company, to make available to garden enthusiasts in the United States, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. The site offers products currently marketed through catalogs to millions of households.

If you want to explore Internet Seed Trading, subscribe a listserv maintained by David Ford in PA. He has a free service to exchange seeds. It is not commercial and he does not sell the member list. To subscribe simply send a blank e-mail with the work SUBSCRIBE in the subject to click here

Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties: The Gardener's and Farmer's Guide to Plant Breeding and Seed Saving
by Carol Deppe. 2000, 384pp., $28 An authoritative and easy-to-understand guide to plantbreeding for the home gardener. Presents information essential to taking control of our food supply starting with seeds. Stabilize hybrids; domesticate wild plants; select for flavor, size shape, color, or hardiness. Explains all major breeding methods in clear language.

A number of Seed Companies have taken a pledge not to buy or sell genetically engineered seeds or plants. They are designated by this symbol. Please support these companies. For more information, please contact the Council for Responsible Genetics 5 Upland Rd, Suite 3 Cambridge, MA 02140 Phone: (617) 868-0870 Fax: (617) 491-5344 Email: click here The Safe Seed Pledge: "Agriculture and seeds provide the basis upon which our lives depend. We must protect this foundation as a safe and genetically stable source for future generations. For the benefit of all farmers, gardeners and consumers who want an alternative, we pledge that we do not knowingly buy or sell genetically engineered seeds or plants. The mechanical transfer of genetic material outside of natural reproductive methods and between genera, families or kingdoms, poses great biological risks as well as economic, political, and cultural threats. We feel that genetically engineered varieties have been insufficiently tested prior to public release. More research and testing is necessary to further assess the potential risks of genetically engineered seeds. Further, we wish to support agricultural progress that leads to healthier soils, genetically diverse agricultural ecosystems and ultimately people and communities."

Four Season Harvest
by Eliot Coleman 2nd Edition, 1996, $25 , 272 pp. Using simple techniques and good design the author grows and eats abundant fresh food 12 months of the year in Maine. An excellent resource for cold climate gardeners, with crop profiles and a step-by-step illustration of methods.


Alberta Nurseries and Seeds, PO Box 20n, Bowden, Alberta, Canada, T0M 0K0 Tel: 403-224-3544 / Fax: 403-224-2455 Aurora Biodynamic Farm The first Biodynamic seed company in North America 157 Turner Hill Road Antrim, NH 03440 [no telephone yet] Email: Ecogenesis, Inc. / #88-2273 Yonge Street / Toronto, Ontario / M4P 2C6 / Tel: 416-485-8333 Fish Lake Garlic Man / RR2 / Demorestville, Ontario / K0K 1WO / Tel: 613-476-8030 Le Facteur Cheval. C.P. 50526, Carrefour Pelletier, Brossard, Quebec, J4X 2V7 CANADA. Catalog US$4.00. A most unusual, wonderful seed catalog - philosophical, quirky, full of delightful quotations, odd illustrations and incredible seeds. Recommended! Mapple Farm, 129 Beech Hill Road, Weldon, New Brunswick, Canada E0A 1X0 Tel: 506-734-3361 Prairie Garden Seeds, PO Box 118, Cochin, Saskatchewan, Canada S0M 0L0 Tel: 306-386-2737 / Email: click here Richter's Herbs 357 Hwy. 47, Goodwood, Ontario, Canada L0C 1A0 Tel: 905-640-6677 / Fax: 905-640-6641 Web: Salt Springs Seeds PO Box 444, Ganges, Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada, V9K 2W1. (Cat. $2). O/UT. Esp. high-protein crops, 100 cvs. dried beans. Tel: 250-537-5269 Web: *Unfortunately, Salt Spring Seeds can no longer ship to the United States. Stokes Seeds, Box 548, Buffalo, NY 14240, or Box 10, St. Catherines, ON, Canada L2R 6R6. O/UT. Terra Edibles, Box 164, Foxboro, Ontario, Canada K0K 2B0 Tel: 613-968-8238 / Fax: 613-968-6369 Terra Viva Organics, 8480 Dayton Court, Richmond, BC V6Y 3H6 (866) 599-2847 Territorial Seed Co., PO Box 157, Cottage Grove, OR 97424 or 206-8475 Ontario St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V5X 3E8. O/UT. West Coast Seeds, 206-8475 Ontario Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V5X3E8 482-8800 / Fax: 877-482-8822 click here / Web: Tel: 604-


Fruits, 8831 AL Hwy 157, Moulton, AL 35650 205-974-8813. O/UT. New and antique fruits. (256) 974-8813 Gardens, 13889 Dupree Worthey Rd., Harvest, AL 35749 Ph# (256) 233-4422 Email:

Mountain Herbs Chandler, 321 County Road 18, Fyffe, AL 35971 256-659-2726 Email:

Seeds / SEARCH, 526 N. 4th Ave., Tucson AZ 85705-8450 (Cat. $1) -- specializes in heirloom var. from Mexico and the SW tribes. Sells dried peppers and other products. 520-327-9123 Email: click here

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Box 2422, Sebastopol, CA 95473. Catalog $2.00. Sister company to the BPC (below), supplying seeds relating to shamanic ethnobotany. A remarkable collection by originals in their field. Preservation Corps, P. O. Box 1368, Sebastopol, CA 95473. Catalog $2.00. Specializes in ethnobotany, providing botanicals, extracts, collecting and processing equipment, audio seminars, etc. True pioneers.

Shafer Ranch Road, Willits, CA 95490-9626 USA voice707-459-6410/fax707-459-1925 -- A nonganization dedicated to biointensive farming. Wonderful selection, including seeds from Chase in England, renowned for their uropean cultivars. Extensive book list. click here the realm of heirloom seeds, seed saving and preservation, and sustainable agricultural practices , edible gardens ® is passionate helping you grow massive amounts of healthy and delicious food, with heirloom seeds and organic growing methods. It is our mission at gardens to preserve these ancient cultural and genetic treasures by reconnecting a new generation of backyard gardeners and food Environmental Seed Producers, PO Box 2709, Lompoc, CA 93438

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Service, 2286 S. Face Rd., Garberville, CA 95440. O/UT. perennials.

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n Seedsman. "Preservation Through Dissemination"(Cat. $1)-- sells only O.P. varieties from all over the world. Esp. unique and

337, La Honda, CA 94020. No phone. One of my favorites! And they have a website now!!!Yay! Email: click here great links to plant databases, too.

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luma, CA 94975 (707) 766-9303 ning Company was started in 1986 out of the belief that gardens and landscapes should be models of environmental integrity. We t certified organic nursery in the United States, and we proudly offered a comprehensive selection of certified organic seeds and certified for vegetables, culinary herbs, and flowers. By virtue of our unique and careful product selection, we are leaders in the field. Today our tified organic plants (vegetable, herb, and flower seedlings), certified organic seeds, and drip irrigation supplies.

es, 3622 Weedlin Court, San Jose, CA 95132, 408-946-7333 (Cat. $1) -- seeds of over 400 edible flowers for urban landscapes. Valley Farm Supply, Inc, 2209, Grass Valley, CA 95945 • Tel (530) 272-4769 • Order Toll Free (888) 784-1722 • Fax (530) 272-4794

d City, California 94064 U.S.A. Craig & Sue Dremann, Proprietors PHONE: (650) 325-7333(Cat. $1) -- The original alternative pecializes in hot peppers. Garden Shepherd offers you the finest seeds of heirloom and cottage garden flowers, aromatic herbs, and gourmet vegetables around the world." click here Highway 9, Felton, CA 95018

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.O. Box 1476, Santa Cruz, California 95061 click here Old-time heirloom vegetable and grain seeds, open-pollinated and organic. Will donate seeds to rdening project.

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Wildflower Seeds in Fort Collins, Colorado and specializes in the wholesale and retail distribution of wildflower seed and native We are experts in site preparation, seeding rates, selection of the proper species, and maintenance of grass and plots.Our seed is nationally recognized for being the highest quality available, and our mixes are designed to create a cascade of color week after week! 1730 S. College Ave., #104, Fort Collins, CO 80525 221-3039


Potatoes, PO Box 28, Aspen, CO 81612. Sells only Norgolds and Norlands grown at 8000 ft. Out of business!!!

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Tomatoes U.S.:Devoted to the Avid Tomato Grower. PO Box 1626, Augusta, GA 30903-- offers 250 varieties of tomatoes, both hybrid. Offers a few pepper varieties including "extremely hot," all purple plant, and peppers "Pretty Purple". 803)663-0016, Toll-free Fax (888)477-7333 matoes, PO Box 202, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 6ZH, P.O. Box 428 Holualoa, Hawaii 96725 USA 4-4427 Fax: 808-324-4129 Resource for Tropical Forestry and Agroforestry seeds, seedlings, design and consulting. Contact evitch: click here ,

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, Box 299, Norway, IA 52318. O/UT. Esp. sprouting seeds. Field's Seed & Nursery Co., 415 North Burnett, Shenandoah, IA 51602 --not organic, but good source for heirloom veggies, ornamental and fruit tree stock, E-mail: click here Phone Orders: 605-665-9391, Service: 605-665-4491, Fax: 605-665-2601 Saver's Exchange,. 3076 North Winn Rd, Decorah, Iowa, 52101. -- not a retail sales company, rather a focus for memberand distributed heirloom varieties. (Membership $25/yr.) Members receive several publications each year, including a Savers Yearbook which lists the varieties available from members. The 1991 Yearbook ran 304 pages!, with descriptions thousands of varieties. SSE manages a Preservation Garden which preserves and increases 5000 plant varieties. Also The Flower & Herb Exchange (specializing in O.P. traditional varieties., $5 annual membership) Tel: 563-382-5990 / Fax: 5872 Web:

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HC 69, Box 2, Bunker Hill, KS 67626-9701. O/UT. ($1 pricelist). Seeds for sprouting. Gardener, 8650 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS 66210. (Cat. $2). O/UT. 1-888-404-GROW (4769) 650-2691 click here , website:

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Tubers, PO Box 520, Waterville, ME 04903. O/UT. Organic seed potatoes. Fedco seeds. Garden Seeds, PO Box 300, New Gloucester, ME 04260-- specializes in small, packs. Very wide variety of seeds and excellent book selection.

ect, Will Bonsall, Box 1167, Farmington, ME 04938 regional seed exchange of SSE seeds. Project overview at

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