Enjoy your Harvest. Save Your Seeds.

Local seed co-op shares tips and tricks to seed saving. Snake River Seed Cooperative is an excellent resource for seeds as they are:
  • Locally Adapted to high desert soils and climate, meaning they’ll be right at home in your Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Nevada, eastern Oregon or Washington, or northern Arizona and New Mexico gardens!
  • Unique, local, and heirloom varieties, meaning they have an awesome, tangible story!
  • Organically grown (though not certified organic), meaning they’ll grow well in your low-input garden!
  • Non-GMO, meaning you can plant without fear!
  • Open-pollinated, meaning you can save seeds off them!
  • Open-source, meaning we share and share alike–no hoarding here!
Learn the process Snake River Seed Cooperative recommends for SAVING TOMATO SEEDS from your own garden. Check out our video providing step-by-step instructions on how to save "wet" seeds via fermentation.



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The best part of fall gardening is that you can plant seeds while enjoying your abundant summer harvest! It’s time to plant your veggies and greens for fall and winter harvesting. And don’t forget to plant flowers! Many of our flower varieties need to be planted before winter for spring germination

Here's their handy fall planting chart for the Intermountain West.



This article originally appeared at: https://youtu.be/9NOYZT2Kv1Q.

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