Flavor, flavor, flavor! One of the first reasons people grow open-pollinated or heirloom seeds is the flavor. Hybrids are bred for many characteristics such as uniformity (in shape or harvest time), high yields, withstanding rigors of transport, etc. But, sadly in the breeding process the desirable characteristics like flavor and nutritional value suffer. There’s truly nothing as delicious as a sun-ripened home-grown heirloom tomato. You tomato lovers out there know just what I mean when I say we suffer each winter, waiting for the first delicious tomatoes of the next garden season. 🙂
Question: I am looking at starting my garden and collection of Heirloom Non-GMO Seeds but want to ensure they are Non-GMO and Heirloom. In looking through your seeds for sale, some specifically say that and others do not. Are ALL of the seeds Heirloom Non-GMO seeds or only the seeds labeled that way in the description?
If you have leftover vegetable seeds or you want to save your seeds from your Heirloom Open Pollinated plants from your vegetable garden this year, you’ll need to store them properly to ensure good germination.
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Google has recently removed all of our ads claiming they are advertising for “recreational drugs”. We think the real reason they removed all of our ads is because we are Pro-life, Pro-America, Pro-God, Pro-Homeschooling, etc… Advertising helps us expand our customer base to help run our business and provide for the needs of our family. We ask you to help spread the word about St. Clare Heirloom Seeds so we can continue to grow our business. Thank you, John and Sarah
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