self sustaining garden

self sustaining garden
How do I get non-hybrid seeds for my garden?

I am wanting to become self-sustaining with my gardening. That is, I want to grow vegetables and fruits whose seeds I can then use to regrow the next season and so on.

However, the seeds you typically find at any grocery store or garden center at a Home Depot are hybrid seeds, whose fruits generally do not produce seeds that can be saved for later gardens.

Where can I find non-hybrid seeds that produce fruit/vegetables whose seeds I can reliably save for the next season?

http://www.heirloomseeds.com/

Try the above site or

http://www.arkinstitute.com/seed.html

Hybrid plants do produce seeds,but you wont get a true copy of the parent plant.

Whats growing in the garden 2009…part 1

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