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This thread is all about Nature and Nurture Seeds


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Nature & Nurture Seeds is a certified organic, farm-based seed company offering heirloom vegetable, flower, and herb seeds. Located near Ann Arbor, Michigan we seek to be a catalyst for the preservation and innovation of food biodiversity in the Great Lakes Region, Midwest, and beyond, doing our part to build resilient, sustainable food systems that provide healthy food for all.
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All of Our Seeds Are:
Heirloom
Certified Organic or Sustainably Grown
Non-GMO & Untreated

We Specialize in Seeds That Are:
Locally Grown
Heritage & Slow Food Ark of Taste
Great Lakes/Midwest Regionally-Adapted

We Are:
Preserving Seed Heritage
Cultivating Biodiversity
Celebrating America's Diverse Food Traditions

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I give this seed source 10 out of 10 acorns

I met Erica and Mike at the WI Garden Expo last year.  They are a great couple growing seeds that are particularly suited to the Great Lakes.  

Their catalog has good pictures and lengthy descriptions of the plants.  They don't have the selection of a larger seed company but that's just fine.  Who needs more than 8 types of lettuce?  I had an email question and they were quick to answer.
 
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