Celebrate Fellowship Farm with this collection of seeds that they have stewarded
Eaters everywhere are connecting with farmers through purchasing locally-grown food from farmer's markets. At SRSC, we want to extend that same important connection to the seeds which grow our food! Our main mission is to engage Intermountain West farmers to grow and adapt seeds for our bioregion.
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Lori Bevan operates a small-scale urban farm in southeast Boise: Field Goods Farm. Healthy, feel-good (field-good) nourishment and soil comes from cover cropping, local compost, and LOVE. No synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides EVER. Along with her farm dog Poppy the chug (pug + chihuahua), they are dedicated to growing delicious, high-quality vegetables, herbs, and fruit while improving the soil & environment. For seed production, she grows Peppers, Armenian Cucumbers, Dwarf Scotch Blue Curled Kale, Ruby Streaks Mustard, Cosmos, Black & Brown-Eyed Susans, Wild West Sunflowers, and a smattering of other flowers. She also introduced a rare variety of pink lady radish to our SRSC offerings.
Grower Code: FG
This Collection Includes:
- Pink Lady Radish – 200 seeds
- Pirat Lettuce - 200 seeds
- Thai Grape Tomato – 30 seeds
- Ground Cherry – 200 seeds
- Garden / Breadseed Poppy – 500 seeds
- Armenian Cucumber – 30 seeds
*At Snake River Seed Cooperative, we source our seeds from over 50 farmers within the Intermountain West. Occasionally, we have varieties that go out of stock. If a variety from this collection is out of stock and the collection is ordered before we are able to update the product list, we will substitute a different, but similar packet in the collection.