What Are Heirloom Seeds?

Heirloom seeds are a valuable and unique form of gardening and farming heritage. They are ancient varieties that have been passed down and preserved by generations of gardeners and farmers.

Heirloom seeds are usually open-pollinated, meaning they can be saved and replanted year after year, passing on the same traits and characteristics to their offspring.

Beans (bush) – Black Valentine – Brittle Wax – Burpee’s Stringless Green Pod – Fowler – Triomphe de Farcy

Beets – Bull’s Blood – Chioggia – Early Blood Turnip

Broccoli – Calabrese – De Cicco

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