Basswood in Central America Looking for heirloom and landrace garden seeds

Basswood is visiting remote villages in Mexico and Guatemala this winter looking for heirloom and landrace seeds that he can bring home to start developing his own landrace varieties. He wants to develop crops that are adapted to the northern climates.

Heirloom seeds are seeds that are saved from year to year and can be handed down from generation to generation.

Here is a list of heirloom seed companies so hopefully you can find one to meet your needs.

Landrace seeds have more genetic diversity and can adapt to different growing conditions.

Save your heirloom and landrace seed to help ensure genetic diversity in our food crops.

Landrace gardening, developing landrace varieties of crops using organic gardening techniques.

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