Do you know what a Kuttiger Carot is? Or that the Red Warty Thing is actually a squash that was originally called a Victor, and was introduced in Marblehead, Massachusetts in 1897? How about the Glass Gem Corn with kernals that look like the stained glass in cathedrals, or that the Flemish Antique Poppy, when dried has pods that can be used in baking?
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Baker's Creek Heirloom Seeds knows all of these things! And the best part is that they are willing to share that knowledge with others. Their love of protecting these vintage and antique (yes, there is a difference) varieties by sourcing only the best seeds available ensures that the produce that you grow, share, and let your family eat, is the best available.

Link to Baker's Creek Heirloom Seed site!

I am always on the look out for companies with conscience. These are the companies that stand behind what they sell and they share their passion with others to make everthing better. For December 30-31, 2017 Baker's Creek will offer all proceeds from sales to Syrian Relief Efforts. Did mention the conscience part? 

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Just a few more hours to take advantage of the deal! I'm heading over for some Rhubarb now! Care to join me for a good cause?

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