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Florida Backyard Vegetable Gardener - Planting Heirloom Seeds in FL Gardening Soil

Heirlooms, “The only unaltered, pure, secure food source”

Heirlooms are proven to possess a much higher nutritional value since they maintain their original traits. Heirlooms also maintain their flavor and texture traits. This is why they taste better than commercial, conventionally grown vegetables because those traits remain unaltered. If grown organically, these traits are even further enhanced.





Why Florida Backyard Vegetable Gardener Heirloom Seeds?

I specifically hand pick the seeds we sell for Florida.  I acclimate them to our climate, environment and area (higher temperatures & humidity). We start them, we grow them, we collect and save them, all with our own hands. For those we can’t grow and save enough of you can be assured they are from the original source other local growers that also have the highest standards. I only sell those I have grown, and grew successfully; If I haven’t, I won’t sell it. Heirloom seeds are proven to have more vitamins & minerals than commercial-convention vegetables because they are non altered & non modified. Heirloom seeds grow naturally and have their original traits. Needless to say of course, Heirlooms Taste Better! Organic methods also provide them with more nutrients. By adding organic matter and other organic components to the soil, they replenish and rebuilds the minerals & micro-nutrients in the soil. Herbicides & synthetic fertilizers use chemicals which harm the natural rebuilding process and create toxic runoff which is bad for the environment. All our seeds and plants are open pollinated. (Which really goes without saying since they are heirloom seeds). That means you can save the seeds and they will grow true to type (like the original plant). By growing Heirlooms over and over in an environment they naturally adapt to our pests & diseases which in turn builds their defenses. Buy our seeds and plants and save the seeds and you will never have to buy them again! We signed the “Safe Seed Pledge”

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Where To Find Us

The Hernando County Farmers Market Every Saturday 10am- 3pm 2468 Commercial Way • Spring Hill, Fl 34606 We always have seeds, seasonal vegetable plants and herbs, fertilizer and Grow- Towers available.

Advance orders for plants are picked up there or by appointment at the farm.

Time to get ready for Fall.  I am currently starting seeds for fall transplants.  If you will want 10 or more of the same type of transplants it is best to pre-order.  See the Starter Plants page for a list of what I can grow.  Email for availability and pick up dates.

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New to gardening or just need help getting started?

The How to Guides tab at the top of the page should have all the information you need.  Start with “Drawing up Your Plan”.  Once you figure out what you going to grow in, raised beds, containers, traditional rows, etc. then move on to the other pages to figure out what you want to grow and how much.  By the time you are through all the pages, charts, guides and schedules you should be on your way!   If your looking for something and still can’t find it just use the search at the top or the search on the bottom or side bars.  These search my entire site and bring up all related content. If you still have questions e-mail me using the contact us on the bottom of the pages.

Current Nursery Stock:

As of October I will have lettuce, collard greens, kale, broccoli, cabbage,swiss chard, herbs, and tomato plants.  Sizes and quantities vary.  




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See the Florida Planting Guide to find what to grow now.