DH and I have talked a lot over recent years about growing, and storing, non-hybrid vegetables. As hybrids and GMO crops take over the market it seems like a really smart thing to do. I know you've probably thought about it too, or maybe you're already doing it. We've searched websites and found various prices, some of which we could pay off our mortgage with what they're charging. But we recently came across this company, Hometown Seeds, that sells a package of about 1 1/2 lbs. of 16 different vegetable seeds, all sealed for long term storage, complete with instructions for planting and/or storing, and at a very reasonable price. They've even got a sale going on right now. And it's also nice to find a company that's pleasant to deal with. Joni sent out my order and I received it in about 4 days! Now that's service! Now I just have to wait for spring so I can start growing my new non-GMO, non-hybrid seeds. And the best part is I can harvest the seeds from this years crop for next years garden! How cool is that? (And before you ask, no that's not my garden in the picture. I got that from Hometown Seeds website as an inspiration to what my garden is "supposed" to look like. Mine is always far from that but perhaps this will give me incentive. Or maybe I can put the picture on a post in the garden to inspire it to grow properly - and without weeds!)
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