• http://www.brianlang.ca Brian Lang

    I bought my seeds this year from West Coast Seeds in Delta, BC. They feature Heirloom and Organic varieties. I’ve planted some tomatoes and will direct sow the rest in a few more weeks.

  • http://www.indoorherbgardentips.com Brian Lang

    I bought my seeds this year from West Coast Seeds in Delta, BC. They feature Heirloom and Organic varieties. I’ve planted some tomatoes and will direct sow the rest in a few more weeks.
    OH! You’re my new favorite blogger fyi

  • http://greenupgrader.com/author/derek/ Derek Markham

    Brian –

    Thanks for the heads-up on West Coast Seeds, I didn’t know about them.

    And thanks for the compliment!

  • Angie

    I’m a big fan of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, they have lots of awesome heirloom and open-pollinated seeds, no hybrids, and they’re a worker owned co-operative, which is pretty important to me.

  • Rachael

    I have been buying seeds from Baker Crekk Seeds for twelve years.
    I have never been disappointed.
    The wonderful selection of genetically pure seeds and the discriptive catalouge combined with their Heirloom Gardening magaizne are just plain fun!

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  • Don

    You left out the classic source of heirloom seeds: http://www.seedsavers.com.

  • http://worldofmelilea.blogspot.com Jackie

    Great post there! Thanks for the information! :)

  • http://www.saltspringseeds.com/ Tracy

    Sustainable Canadian seed company selling rare and unusual seeds. Online catalogue includes heirloom tomatoes, quinoa, amaranth, seed garlic and a new zero mile diet kit.