Just a reminder that we will be swapping seeds, combining seed orders and generally having a seed bonanza at our February meeting which I’m 95% sure is on February 16th at 6pm. Andrew said that he would bring some red chile and I am bringing green so plan to bring some seeds, take some seeds, eat some chile and have a great time! Feel free to bring chile or something else to share as well!
Bonnie wanted me to share this link with everyone for more info on what others are doing to save seeds.
Check out their site but be mindful of the days to maturity on the seeds, some of these varieties are better suited for the northwest with its longer growing season but you never know until you try them either.
Some great Colorado seed companies here with seeds better acclimated to our harsh climate and short season.
I have grown many of her tomatoes and rarely been disappointed as she saves her seed from plants grown at 8200′, great person to work with as well.
I have grown tomatoes from these folks as well and been very happy with them
They have a great reputation but I have no personal experience with them…..yet 🙂
Great company and many of their seeds are available locally at Native Roots.