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2014 Seed Buying Guide

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As the good, the bad and the gardens of 2013 fade into memory, let the Small Farm Canada Seed Directory provide the framework for your growing goals for 2014. Good seed is where it all begins and this year’s seed directory has an even more extensive and eclectic selection of seed houses from across Canada and into the United States.

A’bunadh Seeds
(t) 780-785-2622
(e) smileyo@xplornet.ca
(w) http://gardenofeden2010.wordpress.com/
A’bunadh is Gaelic for “the origin” and this organic seed house in beautiful Lac Ste. Anne County, Northern Alberta is the origin of a full line of plants hardy in zone 2. Their online catalogue includes squash, peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, cantaloupe and watermelon as well as perennials such as garlic and herbs. There are also wild herbs such as yarrow, rue and Queen Anne’s lace. The owner has been actively collecting seed for 20 years and is open to seed exchanges.

A. E. McKenzie Co. Inc.
1000 Parker Boulevard
Brandon, MB R7A 6E1
(t) 800-665-6340
(f) 888-883-8222
(e) customerservice@mckenzieseeds.com
(w) www.mckenzieseeds.com
In business since 1896 A.E. McKenzie Co. is dedicated to supplying customers with superior products and selection. You’ll find information on decorating small spaces, easy and healthy recipes and tips to guarantee success in the soil.

Agrohaitai Ltd
2764 Hwy 99 (Governor’s Rd.)?Lynden, ON L0R 1T0?AgroHaitai Ltd.?P. O. Box 45?Lynden, Ontario L0R 1T0
(t) 519-647-2280
(f) 519-647-3188
(w) http://www.agrohaitai.com/contactus.htm
This oriental seed house carries a wide variety of vegetables such as Chinese cabbage, pak choy and water spinach as well as stem mustard, winged bean and ho lan do. Herbs include Chinese chives, perillo and culantro. Order from their online catalogue, or the website.

Alberta Nurseries & Bow Seeds Ltd.
1134 TWP RD 344 Red Deer County, PO Box 446
Bowden, AB T0M 0K0
(t) 403-224-3544
(f) 403-224-2455
(e) Direct from site.
(w) www.gardenersweb.ca
Supplying hardy seed and nursery stock since 1922, Alberta Nurseries and Bow Seed now feature kiwi fruit, hardy to zone 3. Visit their website and check out their Safe Seed Pledge.

Angelgrove Tree Seed Company
Box 74, Riverhead Harbour
Grace, NL A0A 3P0
(t) 888-596-4053
(f) 709-596-2296
(w) www.angelgroveseeds.com
(e) angelgrove@nf.sympatico.ca
This certified nursery is all about trees. They’ve specialized in tree seeds and propagation since 1993. Shop by mail, online, phone or fax for flowering trees, Japanese trees, shade & native trees, Bonsai trees and shrub roses.

Annapolis Seeds
8528 Hwy 201 RR #3
Middleton, NS B0S 1P0
(e) owen@annapolisseeds.com
(w) www.annapolisseeds.com
As a living seed bank for the Maritime region, the goal of Annapolis Valley Heritage Seeds is to maintain, select and develop the greatest diversity of seeds possible which thrive in our climate. All hand grown, open pollinated non-GMO seed for gardeners, small farmers and seed savers.

Apple Luscious Organic Orchard
110 Heidi Place, Salt Spring Island, BC V8K 1W5
(t) 250-653-2007
(w) www.appleluscious.com
Only natural fertilizers such as seaweed, manures, oyster shell and hay mulch are used in this orchard. Orchardist, Harry Burton’s focus has been on the best tasting connoisseur apple varieties in the world, both heritage and new, plus red-fleshed apple varieties, all certified organic.

August’s Harvest
RR 2, 4727 Road 130
Gadshill, ON N0K 1J0
(t) 519-393-5550
(e) info@augustsharvest.com
(w) www.augustsharvest.com
Growing “old world” garlic since 1991, August’s Harvests also offers garlic seeds, shallots and Saskatoon berries.

Bedrock Seed Bank
Box 608 Sangudo, AB T0E 2A0
(t) 780-785-7366
(e) bedrock@telusplanet.net
(w) www.bedrockseedbank.com
Wild flowers, grains, grasses, shrubs and trees — Bedrock Seed Bank, located west of Edmonton, puts the emphasis on locally grown seed and native species for low maintenance, minimal water needs, the diversity of life they support, superior carbon sequestration and the fact that they simply belong here.

Blazing Star Wildflower Seed Company
PO Box 382?Aberdeen, SK S0K 0A0
(t) 306-253-4219
(e) seeds@growwildflowers.com
(w) www.growwildflowers.ca
This Prairie seed house is dedicated to preserving and restoring native Canadian wildflowers. They’re your source for everything from xeriscaping to wedding favours and they also carry vegetable seeds.

Bluestem Nursery
16 Kingsley Road,?Christina Lake, BC V0H 1E3
(t) 250-447-6363
(f) 250-447-6369
(e) Direct from site.
(w) www.bluestem.ca
Bluestem is a small, specialized nursery located in B.C.’s southern interior, and Jim Brockmeyer is your go-to expert on the province’s native grasses. These ornamental grasses evolved in the province’s dry valleys and will enhance any area where they are grown. Bluestem’s inventory also includes willows.

Boundary Garlic
PO Box 273 Midway, B.C. V0H 1M0
(t) 250-449-2152
(e) garlic@garlicfarm.ca
(w) www.garlicfarm.ca
Specializing in heritage, certified, organic garlic for seed, Boundary Garlic carries about 80 varieties and will export bulbils. Shopping cart accessible through the website.

Bow-Ridge Herbs
2 Orchard Hill Road,?Fonthill, ON L0S 1E6
(t) 905-892-4124
(e)lou.bowman@gmx.com
(w) http://www.niagaragreenbelt.com/listings/51-herb-farms/430-bow-ridge-herbs.html
Over 300 varieties of culinary, medicinal, aromatic and ornamental herbs for sale from early spring to late fall.?Rosemary is the house specialty.

Brother Nature ?Organic Seeds
1159 Wychbury Avenue ,?Victoria, BC V9A 5L1
(t) 250-661-2255
(e) brothernature@shaw.ca
(w) http://www.brothernature.ca/about_brothernature.asp
The goal at Brother Nature is not to provide large quantities of seed, so much as a large selection of seed. They’re certified organic and many of their seeds are heirloom and heritage. The owners at Brother Nature are in touch with their product from start to finish. They grow it, collect it, process it and even print their own envelopes.

Casey’s Heirloom Tomatoes
Airdrie, AB
(e) info@caseysheirloomtomaotes.ca
(w) www.caseysurbanfarm.ca
When Jeffrey Casey and his wife moved from Hokkaido to Airdre, they missed the tasty vegetables they’d left behind in Japan. His backyard garden became a testing ground and these days he’s harvesting seed from dozens of tomato varieties of all shapes, sizes and colours, all hardy in Canada zone 3A and all organic. He also offers radishes, carrots and other veggies that originated in Hokkaido.

Clover Roads Organic Farm
RR 2 Hagersville, ON N0A 1H0
(t) 905-768-5499
(e) cloverroads@sympatico.ca
(w) www.cloverroads.com
This certified organic family farm sells veggies at the Harbourside Farmers’ Market in Oakville and markets its own seeds, including 75 varieties of tomatoes melons and cucumbers.

Cottage Gardener Heirloom Seed house ?& Nursery
4199 Gilmore Rd.? RR 1
Newtonville, ON L0A 1J0
(t) 905-786-2388
(f) 905-786-2204
(e) heirlooms@cottagegardener.com
(w) www.cottagegardener.com
The Cottage Gardener is an heirloom seed house providing organic seeds of rare and endangered heirloom varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers to gardeners and market growers since 1996. Seed is available in retail packets or bulk quantities.

Country Farm Seeds
Blenheim, ON N0P 1A0
(t) 519-676-8671
(f) 519-676-9633
(e) countryfarmseeds@xplornet.ca
(w) http://www.countryfarmseeds.com/#
Serving Ontario farmers’ corn and soybean needs since 1972, Country Farm Seeds seeks out additional opportunities for customers to improve their bottom line, such as competitive seed prices and export premiums for many of their top varieties.

De Dell Seeds Incorporated
967 Valetta St.?London, ON N6H 2Z7
Tel: (519) 473-6175 –
(f) 519-473-2970?cell:519- 851-0196
(e) Direct from site
(w) http://www.dedellseeds.com/
A “family-only” owned and operated Canadian seed corn company, De Dell Seeds is also proud to be one of the few “GMO Free” seed corn companies in Canada, producing seed corn and organic seed corn in Canada.

Dominion Seed House
PO Box 2500,?Georgetown, ON L7G 5L6
(t) 905-873-3037 or ?1-800-784-3037
(f) 800-567-4594
(e) mail@dominion-seed-house.com
(w) www.dominion-seed-house.com
In business since 1928, Dominion offers over 2,000 gardening products, including old favourites as well as new flowers and vegetables from all over the world.

Eagle Creek Seed Potatoes
Box 70 Bowden AB ?T0M OK0
(t) 877-224-3939
(e) fresh@eaglecreekfarms.ca
Eagle Creek Seed Potatoes carries the most comprehensive selection of seed potatoes in Canada. Look for old favourites such as Yukon Gold and Russet or feed your potato passion with Russian Blue, nutty French fingerlings and the gourmet purple skinned, white fleshed Caribe.

Eagleridge Seeds
219 Eagle Ridge Drive
Salt Spring Island, BC ?V8K 2L1
(t) 250-537-5677
(e) direct from website
(w) www.eagleridgeseeds.com
Producing endangered heirloom seeds since 1995, this backyard seed house has a wide selection of rare and endangered tomatoes, herbs and vegetables all organic and suited for northern and temperate climates. Order online only.

Early’s Farm & ?Garden Centre Inc. ?(two locations)
2615 Lorne Ave?Saskatoon, SK S7J 0S5
(t) 306-931-1982 or ?1-800-667-1159
(f) 306-931-7110
502A-51st St. East Saskatoon, SK S7K 7L1
(t) 306-931-1995
(f) 306-931-2411
(e) sales@earlysgarden.com
(w) www.earlysgarden.com
Early’s has an inventory of 693 seed varieties including vegetable, flower and sprouting seeds as well as grass and turf, and most are available in bulk quantities. Over 100 years in the business.

Ecogenesis Inc.
#2004 General delivery Guelph, ON N1H 6J5
(t) 877-836-3693
(e) ecogenesis@hotmail.com
(w) www.ecogeneis.ca
A small environmentally conscious seed house that prides itself on donating seeds to charity and keeping seeds in the public domain. Emphasis is on herbs and vegetables; also markets a seed-saving kit; catalogue and information kit available for $5.

Eternal Seed
2309 Zilinsky Road,?Powell River, BC V8A 0N8
(t) 604-487-1304
€ eternalseed@hotmail.ca>
(w) www.eternalseed.ca
Offering a variety of vegetable and flower seeds, herbs and bulbs, and dedicated to growing and distributing heritage seeds, this small seed company is certified organic and sells its seeds online and at stores in British Columbia and Ontario.

Eureka Garlic
RR 6, Kensington, PEI ?C0B 1M0
(t) 902- 836-5180
(e) al@eurekagarlic.ca
(w) www.eurekagarlic.ca
“Many Varieties — No Chemicals.” With 13 years in the business, owner Al Picketts also markets a black garlic, Eureka Black Gold, and can ship seed garlic to the U.S.

Florabunda Seeds
1973 Villiers Line,?Indian River, ON K0L 2B0
(t) 705-295-6440
(f) 705-295-4035
(e) contact@florabundaseeds.com
(w) www.florabundaseeds.com
Cosmos, foxglove, calendula. Think English cottage gardens of the past. At Florabunda you’ll find varieties salvaged from British abbeys and monasteries in the middle ages. Others were brought back to Britain by plantsmen who were sent out on plant-hunting expeditions around the world.

Full Circle Seeds
PO box 807, Sooke, BC ?V9Z 1H8
(t) 250-642-3671
(e) info@fullcircleseeds.com
(w) www.fullcircleseeds.com
Vegetables, grains and cover crops; flower and herbs. For over 20 years Full Circle Seeds has offered certified organic, open pollinated, hardy seed. Besides heritage varieties, this seed house carries varieties from Asia and Europe prized by the best local chefs. All seeds are grown on-farm.

Greta’s Organic Gardens
399 River Rd.?Ottawa, ON K1V 1C9
(t) 613-521-8648
(f) 613-521-5792
(e) greta@seeds-organic.com
(w) www.seeds-organic.com
Greta’s Organic Gardens is an organic seed company growing plants for their uniqueness in taste, appearance, colour and shape. Greta’s heirloom seeds are certified organic, untreated, open pollinated and non GMO.

Grow Tasty
8667 Gilmour Road, RR #1?Campbellcroft, ON L0A 1B0
(t) 905-797-1100
(e) info@growtasty.com
(w) www.growtasty.com
Grow Tasty is a certified organic edible plant nursery, located in the rolling hills of Northumberland County in Southern Ontario. This family business offers over 400 varieties of edible plants — herbs, edible flowers, vegetable starts, vines, berries and fruit, all sold directly from their farm store in Campbellcroft.

Halifax Seed Company ?(two locations)
5860 Kane St. PO Box 8026 STN A ?Halifax, NS B3K 5L8
(t) 902-454-7456
(f) 902-455-5271
(e) info@halifaxseed.ca
(w) www.halifaxseed.ca
664 Rothesay Ave. PO Box 2021?Saint John, New Brunswick E2L 3T5
(t) 506-633-2032
(f) 506-632-9340
(e) saintjohn@halifaxseed.ca
(w) www.halifaxseed.ca
Established in 1866, Halifax Seed Company is Canada’s oldest continuously-operating, family owned seed company. Inventory includes agricultural seed and grass and horticultural seed and bulbs. HFC is constantly evaluating new products to determine their suitability for the Atlantic Region.

Heritage Harvest Seed
PO Box 40, RR# 3 Carman, MB R0G 0J0
(t) 204-745-6489
(f) 204-745-6723
(e) seed@heritageharvestseed.com
(w) www.heritageharvestseed.com
Stocking one of the best selections of heirloom varieties in North America, Heritage Harvest Seed specializes in rare and endangered herb, vegetable and flower seeds. No longer shipping to the U.S.

Heritage Seed & Produce
Comp 1-4 RR1 ?Westport, ON K0G 1X0 ?(t) 613-273-2948 Toll free: 888-773-2948
(e) heritage@kingston.net
(w) www.heritageseedandproduce.com
This seed company specializes in the propagation of Russian Red Garlic and rare heirloom vegetable seed without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. All varieties are isolated to ensure purity and acclimatized to the area. Order online, by phone or mail or check out their seeds at the Canadian Tire store in Perth, Ontario.

?High Mowing ?Organic Seeds
76 Quarry Road?Wolcott, VT 05680 USA
(t) 802-472-6174 (f) 802-472-3201
(e) Direct from website
(w) www.highmowingseeds.com
With an extensive inventory that includes vegetables, herbs, flowers and cover crops, High Mowing Organic Seeds is dedicated to supporting sustainable agriculture. Their breeding program focuses on developing varieties with traits that are important to organic growers.

Holes Greenhouse ?& Gardens Ltd
101 Riel Drive?St. Albert, AB T8N 3X4
(t) 780-419-6800 or 1-888-88HOLES
(f) 780-459-6042 Toll-free: 1-888HOLESFAX
(e) Orders & questions: ?questions@holesonline.com
(w) www.holesonline.com or ?www.enjoycentre.ca
The late Ted and Lois Hole founded this company 38 years ago. It is now one of Canada’s largest garden centres, and renowned for its quality plants and seeds.

Hope Seeds
6473 Hwy 1 RR 3 Granville Ferry, NS B0S 1K0
(t) 902-665-4905 (f) 902-665-4179
(e) hopeseed@eastlink.ca
(w) bóng đá trực tuyến www.hopeseed.com
With an extensive inventory of flowers, herbs, roots & tubers, garlic and vegetables, Hope Seeds offers one of the best selections of Maritime, heritage and organic seeds in Canada. The folks at Hope Seeds are committed to high quality, organic growing and local food.

Horizon Seeds
531 Bostwick Road R.R. #1?Courtland, ON N0J 1E0
(t) 519-842-5538 Rick: 519-983-7255
(f) 519-842-3299
(e) Direct link on site.
(w) www.horizonseeds.ca
Horizon Seeds, an all-Canadian family owned business and member of SeCan grows all its seed in Norfolk County and offers certified hybrid corn, organic and conventional soybeans with treatment options available on all hybrids.

Howard Dill Enterprises
RR #1 400 College Road?Windsor, NS B0N 2T0
(t) 902-798-2728
(w) www.howarddill.com
For those who would grow record-breaking giant pumpkins, (pictures on the website) this little family run seed business is the place to go. “Dill’s Atlantic Giant” has topped 1800 pounds. They also carry seeds for regular size pumpkins, gourds and squash. Mail order only.

The Incredible Seed Company
12002 Hwy 1 RR 3?Lawrencetown, NS B0S 1M0
(t) 888-851-6620
(e) chris@incredibleseeds.ca
(w) www.incredibleseeds.ca
This farm based seed company in Nova Scotia’s beautiful Annapolis Valley specializes in open-pollinated heirloom and heritage seeds. Sign up at the website to receive a newsletter for the latest on new varieties.

J.L. Hudson, Seedsman
PO Box 33Y?La Honda, California ?94020-0337 U.S.A.
(e) Direct link on website
(w) http://www.jlhudsonseeds.net/index.htm
In business since 1911, J.L Hudson, Seedsman defines itself as a public access seed bank; information on site on how to order by mail or email. Canadian customers note: orders can take a month to arrive. There is no phone service.

Johnny’s Selected Seeds
955 Benton Ave?Winslow, ME 04901 USA
(t) 877-564-6697
(f) 207-861-8354
(e) customerservice@johnnyseeds.com
(w) www.johnnyseeds.com
Johnny’s Selected Seeds is a privately-held,?100 per cent employee-owned seed producer and merchant. Inventory includes seeds for vegetables, flowers, cover crops and pasture mixes, as well as tools — ships internationally.

Le Ferme Cooperative Tourne-Sol
1025 ch. St-Dominiuqe ?Les Cedres, QC J7T 1P5
(t) 450- 452-4271
(w) www.fermetournesol.qc.ca
This cooperative was founded by five young farmers who met while studying agriculture at university. Their common interests in good food, social justice and the environment spawned Tourne-Sol cooperative farm in the fall of 2004. Their catalogue includes vegetable, flower, herb and cover crop seed; all open pollinated, certified organic and grown or trialed on the Tourne-Sol farm.

Lindenberg Seeds Ltd.
803 Princess Ave.?Brandon, MB R7A 0P5
(t) 204-727-0575
(f) 204-727-2832 or ?1-888-714-4542
(e) customer-service@lindenbergseeds.ca or clickable from the site
(w) www.lindenbergseeds.ca
Good quality seed at a fair price is the best value. That’s been the philosophy at Lindenberg since 1935 when the original Lindenberg brothers began selling seed to Prairie gardeners. The Lindenberg family continues to sell only seed that has been tested and retested for quality.

Mapple Farm
129 Beech Hill Road?Weldon, NB E4H 4N5 ?(506) 734-3361
(e) greg@mapplefarm.com
(w) www.mapplefarm.com
A grower/supplier of adventurous seed and plant stock. Specialties include: short-season sweet potatoes, distinctive tomatoes, Jerusalem and Chinese artichokes, horseradish, garden soybeans and more. Brochure available: a) by request via e-mail. Please let us know, where you’re based. Residents outside Canada need added info. b) via standard mail: free within Canada with a self-addressed stamped envelope, at least 4 X 9 in. with a 63 cent stamp. From the U.S. send $2 U.S.; Canada Post won’t accept U.S. stamps. c) at the website: mapplefarm.com.

Metchosin Farm Seeds
542 Wootton Rd.?Metchosin, BC V9C 3Z4
(e) info@metchosinfarm.ca
(w) www.metchosinfarm.ca
Specializing in open pollinated, heirloom, local and indigenous vegetables, berries and other edible plant starters, selling to commercial nurseries and home gardeners. This seed house’s heirloom tomato catalogue features varieties from Italy to Siberia and their vegetable catalogue has all of your favourites. Most of their varieties have been grown out for four to eight years, adapting to the local climate. They also put a very generous volume of seeds in each package.

Mountain Seed Company
S6 C8 RR1 Winlaw, BC V0G 2J0
(e) mountainseeds@gmail.com
(w) www.mountainseedco.com
This seed company’s stock of rare and unusual vegetables includes tomatoes, greens and other veggies which originated with the Russian Duokhobor community and have been grown in the area since the early 1900s. Seeds available through mail, online ordering, B.C. seed exchanges and at local stores.

Mumm’s ?Sprouting Seeds
PO Box 80?Parkside, SK S0J 2A0
(t) 306-747-2935
(f) 306-747-3618
(e) mumms@sprouting.com
(w) www.sprouting.com
If you’re looking for seeds for sprouting or for growing microgreens, Mumm’s can fill your order, be it a package or a container load. Certified organic since 1982. Visit their website and learn all about those nutritious little plants.

Mycogen Seeds
9330 Zionsville Road?Indianapolis, IN 46268?(t) 800-MYCOGEN
(e) Direct from site
(w) www.mycogen.com/sitepages/about%20us.aspx
Mycogen began, nearly 30 years ago, as a biotech company specializing in transgenic research. It now offers some of the most advanced genetic trait and agricultural chemical technologies. Products include grain corn, soybeans, sunflower, canola, alfalfa and sorghum.

Ontario Seed Company
PO Box 7?Waterloo, ON N2J 3Z6
(t) 519-886-0557
(f) 519-886-0605
(e) Direct from website
(w) www.oscseeds.com
This 127 year old family run company has an inventory that includes native grasses, prairie wild flowers, ecological lawn alternatives and specific use mixtures such as septic bed mix and naturalized wetland mixture. You’ll also find seed for vegetables, flowers and herbs, as well as tree, lawn and forage seed.

Prairie Garden Seeds
PO Box 2758 ?Humboldt, SK S0K 2A0
(t) 306-682-1475
(e) prairie.seeds@sasktel.net
(w) www.prseeds.ca
As well as a selection of vegetables, flowers and decorative plants Prairie Garden Seeds owner Jim Ternier also carries an extensive and eclectic array of grains and ancient grains. All are open pollinated, untreated and have not been genetically modified.

Premier Pacific ?Seeds Ltd.
Port Kells Industrial 203-19315-96th Ave.
Surrey, B.C. V4N 4C4
(t) 604-881-1323 or ?1-800-433-5153
(f) 604-881-1363
(w) www.premierpacificseeds.com
Premier Pacific Seeds Ltd. is all about grass seed. Forage and turf seed genetics vary from European origins to North American plant material.? This allows for individual successful formulas for individual customers.

Quality Seeds
8400 Huntington Road Vaughan, ON L4L 1A5
(t) 905-856-7333
(f) 905-856-7509
(e) support@qualityseeds.ca
(w) www.qualityseeds.ca
In business for over 50 years, this family-owned company is one of the largest forage, lawn and turf companies in Canada.

Quality Seeds West
PO Box?61572, Brookswood RPO, Langley, BC V3A 8C8
(t) 1-888-770-7333 or ?604-574-7333
(f) 604-574-7331
(e) support@qualityseedswest.ca
(w) www.qualityseedswest.ca
Since 2002 Quality Seeds West has been producing field seeds, cover crops, reclamation seeds, lawns and lawn seeds adapted to the province of British Columbia.

Richters Herbs
357 Hwy 47?Goodwood, ON L0C 1A0
(t) 905-640-6677 or ?800-668-4372
(f) 905-640-6641
(e) Direct link from site
(w) www.richters.com
A source for herb plants, seeds, dried herbs and more, Richters has been growing and selling herbs since 1969. Their first catalogue dedicated to herbs was released in 1970.

Rupp Seeds
17919 County Road B?Wauseon, OH 43567-9458 USA
(t) 419-337-1841
Toll free: 800-700-1199
(e) Direct link from website
(f) 419-337-5491
(w) www.ruppseeds.com
Vegetable Order Desk ?(t) 800-700-1199?Grain / Forage Order Desk ?(t) 877-591-SEED (7333)
Rupp Seeds supplies vegetable, soy, grain and forage seed to wholesale producers, fresh market growers and the processing industry. Their goal is to help customers realize success by first achieving a healthy plant stand.

Salt Spring Seeds
Box 444 Ganges PO?Salt Spring Island, BC ?V8K 2W1
(t) 250-537-5269
(e) dan@saltspringseeds.com
(w) www.saltspringseeds.com
Supporting local and sustainable agriculture for more than a quarter of a century, Salt Spring Seeds supplies open-pollinated, non-GMO seeds to farmers and gardeners. Their inventory includes vegetable seeds, garlic, grains, greens, medicinal herbs, beans and high protein crops such as quinoa and amaranth. No orders by phone.
Seeds of Diversity
Box 36 , Station Q Toronto, ON M4T 2L7
(t) 866-509-7333(SEED)
(e) mail@seeds.ca
(w) www.seeds.ca
Preserving our seed heritage, Seeds of Diversity is a charitable organization that provides a safe place for non-hybrid plants of Canadian significance. This organization grows, propagates and distributes over 2900 varieties of vegetables, fruit, grains, flowers and herbs.

Speare Seeds
99 John St. North,?PO Box 171?Harriston, ON N0G 1Z0
(t) 519-338-3840
(f) 519-338-2510
(e) info@speareseeds.ca
(w) www.speareseeds.ca
From its beginning, supplying a few varieties of seed to the local agricultural community, Speare Seeds has become one of the fastest growing companies in Canada delivering superior hay mixtures, pasture blends, cover crops and conventional corn from coast to coast.

Stellar Seeds
RR1 S4 C7?Kaslo, B.C. V0G 1M0
(t) 250-366-0061
(e) info@stellarseeds.com
(w) www.stellarseeds.com
All organic seeds are open pollinated, grown in British Columbia and farmed with holistic practices —bulk and packet sizes available. Stellar grows and sells their own seed and also markets seed for nine other farms.

Stokes Seeds
296 Collier Rd S,?PO Box 10?Thorold, ON L2V 5E9
Or PO Box 548 Buffalo ?NY 14240
(t) Home garden: ?800-396-9238, ?Commercial: 800-263-7233
(f) 800-272-5560
(e) stokes@stokeseeds.com
(w) www.stokeseeds.com
With an emphasis on quality seed and extensive growing information, Stokes sells to home gardeners and commercial growers from locations in Canada and the United States.

Sunshine Farm
2225 Saucier Rd.,?Kelowna, B.C. V1W 4B8
(t) New: 250-448-1826
(e) sunshinefarm@shaw.ca
(w) www.sunshinefarm.net
Sunshine Farm seeds are certified organic by PACS (Pacific Agricultural Certification Society). They offer many rare, heirloom and unusual varieties of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and other vegetables as well as herbs and flowers in their online catalogue.

T&T Seeds Ltd.
PO Box 1710,?Winnipeg, MB R3C 3P6
(t) 204-895-9962 ?Order line: 204-895-9964
(f) 204-895-9967
(e) garden@ttseeds.com
(w) www.ttseeds.com
Since its inception in 1946, T&T has been all about early season garden seed and nursery stock for the home gardener. This family business supplies quality vegetable and flower seeds as well as bulbs, fruit, trees and a wide array of gardening products.

Terra Edibles
PO Box 164 ?535 Ashley St.?Foxboro, ON K0K 2B0
(t) 613-961-0654
(e) Direct link from website
(w) www.terraedibles.ca
As well as herbs, flowers and aromatic sweet peas, Terra Edibles offers hundreds of varieties of heirloom tomatoes, beans and other popular vegetables. Order online or by mail.

Tourne-Sol Co-operative Farm
1025 ch. St-Dominique
Les Cèdres, QC J7T 1P5
(t) 450) 452-4271
(w) www.fermetournesol.qc.ca
Organic, open-pollinated seeds: vegetables, flowers, herbs,
garlic, & cover crops. Everything they grow is certified organic by Ecocert Canada and Canada Organic. Order by mail or on-line.

Two Wings Farm
4768 William Head Rd?Victoria, B.C. V9C 3Y7
(t) 250-478-3794
(e) seeds@twowingsfarm.com
(w) www.twowingsfarm.com
With a decade and a half of experience in the seed business, Two Wings Farm carries a selection of heirloom vegetable seed, all grown on Two Wings Farm and tailored to the bio-region.

Upper Canada Seeds
44 Macklingate Court?Toronto, ON M3A 1N4
(t) 416- 447-5321
(e) uppercanadseeds@rogers.com
(w) www.uppercanadaseeds.ca
This little seed house is all about tomatoes: over 150 varieties. All are organically grown and most are heirlooms. No hybrid, chemically treated or genetically modified seed.

Veseys Seeds Ltd.
Box 9000?Charlottetown, PEI C1A 8K6
(t) 800-363-7333
(e) veseys@veseys.com
(w) www.veseys.com
His background in market gardening spurred Arthur Vesey to find seeds that would flourish in the cool, short growing season of Atlantic Canada. He started saving his own best seed and in 1943, he published his first catalogue. Today the company Vesey created is Canada’s largest mail-order gardening company and publishes three catalogues a year.

West Coast Seeds
3925 64 ST RR 1?Delta, B.C. V4K 3N2
(t) 604-952-8820 or 888-804-8820
(f) 604-952-8828
(e) orderdesk@westcoastseeds.com
(w) bóng đá trực tuyến http://www.westcoastseeds.com
With over 30 years in the business, West Coast Seeds is a certified organic, non-GE source for a wide variety of vegetable, flower, herb and sprouting seeds. This year they’re launching a new optional line of packaging for their wildflower line which includes a planting medium. Another newer option, their fundraising packages, are very popular.

William Dam Seeds
279 Hwy 8?Dundas, ON L9H 5E1
(t) 905-628-6641
(f) 905-627-1729
(e) info@damseeds.com
(w) www.damseeds.com
This family owned business was founded in 1949 and was the first registered seed company in Canada to feature a line of certified organically grown seeds. They carry no chemically treated seeds.

Wylie Mycologicals Ltd.
166 South Bass Lake Rd. RR #1?Wiarton, ON N0H 2T0
(t) 519- 534-1570
(e) wylie@interlog.com
(w) www.wyliemycologicals.ca
Shiitake, oyster and beech are just a few of a wide selection of mushrooms available in kit form from Wylie Mycologicals. These organic mushrooms are ready to go, ready to grow and can be grown indoors or out.

Yuko Horiuchi / ?Yuko’s Open-Pollinated Seeds
Carleton Place, ON K7C 3R9
(t) 613-253-0787
(e) yuko@yuko.ca
(w) www.yuko.ca
From the Ottawa Valley, Yuko’s offers root stock for horseradish, Jerusalem artichoke, hops and fruit trees. She is also a trusted source of open-pollinated seeds including many heirloom and oriental varieties. Yuko carries several varieties of Japanese vegetables including eggplant and cucumber in her inventory.