Why buy from San Diego Seed Company? Local As San Diego’s only urban seed house, we strive to offer seeds as local as possible. From the community of farmers and gardeners we buy seeds from, to the seeds we produce ourselves, you can feel good buying a local product. Ethical San
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We are constantly asked the difference between heirloom, hybrid and GMO. It’s a great question to ask and one that can be a bit complicated. Here we have summed it up for you. Hybrid Seeds A hybrid vegetable is created when plant breeders intentionally cross-pollinate two different varieties of
Local seed production has an overwhelming number of benefits. Here is just a few. 1.Local seed production increases genetic diversity of food crops with traits that are advantageous to local growing conditions. By producing seeds in the very place that they are intended to be grown, the food crops can
Weeding is an intrinsic part of gardening. Weeding is an intrinsic part of gardening. Every great garden has some weeds hiding in the corners. It is impossible to eradicate all weeds in an organic sustainable garden. In fact, weeds can be a healthy part of soil regeneration but it is hard
Free Class at Poway Walter Andersen Nursery Saturday, July 15th the owner of San Diego Seed Company will be hosting a free class at the Poway location of Walter Andersen nursery. No need to register! 9:30am – 10:30am Learn More Join Us To Learn Everything You Need To
What is an heirloom? What is an heirloom? This term can bring mystery and confusion to many gardeners. More than once even we, the owners of San Diego Seed Company, have been left scratching our heads at the perplexity regarding this issue.When searching the internet or any garden resource,
Top Reasons to Start Gardening Today. We all have hopes and expectations for the new year, but according to popular surveys, most of us want one thing... to better our health. We have the solution, gardening! Most of you who receive our newsletter are avid gardeners. We hope that each
MATERIALS: Screen: 8 jumbo craft sticks; White craft glue 12x12” piece of window screen; and Electrical tape. Pulp: Recycled of paper; Water; Organic seeds; Blender; 13x9” baking pan; Kitchen towels and a sponge. INSTRUCTIONS: Screen Instructions: 1. Glue 4 craft sticks together at each end to make a
Genetically Modified Confusion. Genetically Modified Organisms is a term that has many scratching their heads. Our website gives an overview of what we think it means. "GMOs are organisms whose genome has been altered by the techniques of genetic engineering. This involves mutation, insertion or deletion of genes to create
Balsamic Pea Salad Peas are a must have in the garden and on the holiday table. Surprise your guests with fresh rather than frozen peas. 2 cups fresh Green Arrow Peas 1/2 cup chopped almonds 1/2 cup chopped Evergreen White Bunching onions 1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese or cheese