Below is a small list of seed sources which I have collected over time to provide heirloom seeds , which provide biodiversity in our garden seeds and provide some of the more interesting seeds which are not necessarily on the big garden commercial seed sites.
Preserving biodiversity in our gardens is exceptionally important as we maybe the last bastion of many seeds, which are no longer commercially in use by the large corporate farms and many of which have been localized optimized environment of origin.
Native Seeds/SEARCH is dedicated to conserving the agro-biodiversity of the arid Southwest.
The Sand Hill preservation Center’s mission is the preservation of genetic resources, which includes both heirloom seeds and heritage animals.
The Seed Saver Exchange strives to conserve and promote America’s culturally diverse, but endangered garden and food crops.
Seeds of Change provides organic, heirloom, and non-GM seeds to preserve biodiversity and promote sustainable agriculture.
Baker Creek carries a large selection of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties. The company promotes and preserves our agricultural and culinary heritage
Southern Exposure Seed Exchange offers more than 700 varieties of vegetable, flower, herb, grain and cover crop seeds. They emphasize varieties that perform well in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast.