Heirloom seeds are open pollinated, the natural way. Their Offspring will have most or all of the characteristics of the parent, unlike Hybrid seeds which are artificially pollinated. Heirloom Seeds can be collected year after year, giving you control to grow your own seed supply at a very low cost (water and time). You can take control of your own seed supply and never have to buy seeds again. For additional information on growing your own seeds see my bonus seed growing information page.
Detroit Red Beets are a great Organic Beet seed to use for a few reasons. They are a quick grower (ready to eat in 60 days) and great for Food Storage, especially winter storage. Beet Roots provide Vitamins & minerals, fiber, omega oils 3 & 6 and slow burning carbohydrates. One good sized beet will contain approximately 1.6 grams of protein- Plus you can also eat the greens to get additional Nutrients. Get started with your own Heirloom Beet Seed on Amazon here: Detroit Red Beet Seed for sale on Amazon
…and grow new seeds every year with these quick instructional videos which also cover winter storage:
This next video will come in handy for cleaning and sorting all of the different seeds you could grow:
Golden Acre Cabbage are a short season cabbage great for salads, coleslaw and many other favorites. It also has Protein (about 1 gram per cup of chopped cabbage), fiber, slow burning carbohydrates and is rich in vitamins and minerals. Cabbage stores great as sauerkraut and can provide massive probiotics if eaten in this way. Get started with your own Heirloom Cabbage Seed on Amazon here: Golden Acre Cabbage Seeds for sale on Amazon
…and grow fresh seeds every year with these quick instructional videos which also cover winter storage:
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