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What You Need To know About Seed Saving

If you plan to collect seeds this year for saving, make sure that you start with the varieties and species of seeds, which offer you the best chance possible of success. When saving seeds, make sure that you use open pollinated or heirloom varieties, and you will be assured of the best results when you plant the seeds in your garden. Most plants will grow true upon planting saved seeds and plants like beans, tomatoes and chicory will assure you a great yielding success from your saved seeds.

The Complete Guide to Saving Seeds: 322 Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, Flowers, Trees, and Shrubs

Seed to Seed: Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners, 2nd Edition

Saving Seeds: The Gardener’s Guide to Growing and Storing Vegetable and Flower Seeds (A Down-to-Earth Gardening Book)

The Manual of Seed Saving: Harvesting, Storing, and Sowing Techniques for Vegetables, Herbs, and Fruits

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Seed Saving And Starting


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