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New Seeds and New Crop 10 Percent OFF seeds

November 30, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

Use coupon code ECOSEEDS  for a 10 percent discount on seeds. Our December Newsletter.

The Wild Bean-The Perennial Vine With Tree Like Tendencies

August 14, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

Several thousand years ago, thicket beans were found around the fires and within the diets of the early native Americans. It can happen again. Enjoy our most recent newsletter about the perennial bean called thicket bean and its durable tree like nature. Seeds are available in the fall, winter and spring : Wild Bean Seeds Roots are produced during the summer and harvested once dormant starting in October.  Spring harvests are generally smaller and are available starting in early April.  We ...

When Potatoes Ruled the Earth

June 17, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

Imagine all the stars in the sky are potatoes.  This is the potato universe, vast, diverse and full of wonder. The perennially loved potato has become more perennial and even more loved. Diversity Perennial Perpetual Potato Tubers for sale. Diversity Perennial Perpetual Potato Seeds for sale.     http://www.icontact-archive.com/vOqCY89My5V5TrTzRG0IOl_Ef70c7O7j?w=3 Newsletter June 18, 2018. Growing potatoes like a perennial creates a certain challenge not to the potato but to those ...

What are the chances…

June 4, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

What are the chances?

Perennial Greens-Perennial in Nature

May 22, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

Perennial in nature, these plants produce rich greens high in nutrition which are easy to cultivate and use.

Wild Black Cherry-What’s not to like?

April 28, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

This form of wild black cherry has both the growth and fruit production craved by humans and birds alike.  Enjoy! http://www.icontact-archive.com/vOqCY89My5V5TrTzRG0IOi1rCfGWJIIs?w=3 Newsletter 4-28-18    

The Power of Asparagus & the Far Far North Hazelnut

April 23, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

Asparagus seems to go where people go. Left to go on its own, the flavors begin to blend from mild to overwhelmingly good. Hazels can grow far beyond what we know. No wonder it was the first nut plant post glacial.    Newsletter 4-23-18 http://www.icontact-archive.com/vOqCY89My5V5TrTzRG0IOk4YKVUw5Mrg?w=3  

Hardy Orange and Perennial Broccoli Meet Up at the Moonrise Pear

April 2, 2018 in Newsletters and Updates

Newsletter April 2, 2018  On a remote hill in southwestern Michigan three plants share something in common-the ability to produce vitamin rich, nutrient dense food in the most inhospitable environment without human intervention. http://www.icontact-archive.com/vOqCY89My5V5TrTzRG0IOrOHF9f44EhS?w=3