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Seeds is a small, family owned and operated organization located in
Tennessee. We specialize in
open-pollinated and heirloom vegetable seed
varieties that are rare and not readily commercially available.
Several of the
heirloom seed varieties that we offer are heirlooms
from our own ancestors that have been passed down for many generations
in our family. We also work to preserve heirloom and rare open
pollinated plant varieties by locating, growing, documenting and
offering to gardeners and farmers so they can have a chance to
experience the 'goodness' of what our ancestors grew and enjoyed. In
turn this helps to greatly insure their continued preservation.
We are proud to say that
all of the seed we offer at this time are grown and produced right here on our
farm. Our seeds are rare, and hand produced by our family for your
garden. We work hard at researching and locating rarer open-pollinated
and heirloom varieties of usable and historical merit. Our goal is to
provide you with the best possible quality of
Our farm and the
surrounding land that we cultivate have been in our family for many
back to the early 1800's. We are located in the rolling hills
of Tennessee where we enjoy a reasonably long growing season and fairly
Our preservation work has led us beyond open-pollinated and
heirloom vegetable seeds and encompasses field crops like
Tobacco farming is deeply rooted in our familys history
and was a primary sources of farm income for us as well as our
ancestors until only recently. Our ancestors who settled in
Virginia around 1630 and later traveled to North Carolina in the
early 1700s are believed to be our earliest ancestors to have
Our family's rich
heritage in farming and growing tobacco here in Tennessee began
about 1804 when our ancestors moved from North Carolina into
Tennessee and settled a few miles from our present day farm
location. Read more