Celebrate Grand Prismatic Seed 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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James Young and Guy Banner are the co-owners and farmers of Grand Prismatic Seed, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. They are committed to growing high-quality open-pollinated seeds that can withstand the stresses associated with high desert crop production. Over time they expect to release new vegetable varieties adapted to the Intermountain West. James has a passion for growing plants/seeds used for natural dyeing. He learned his seedy ways from Wild Garden Seed in Philomath, Oregon. Guy has an affinity for medicinal herbs and plants native to the Great Basin, Intermountain West, and Colorado Plateau. His background includes ethnobotany, habitat restoration, agroecology, native seed production, and ornamental gardening.
Grower Code: GP
This Collection Includes:
- Danvers Half Long Carrot - 250 seeds
- Wild West Mix Kale - 160 seeds
- Northern Sweetvetch - 35 seeds
- Doe Hill Pepper - 30 seeds
- Strawberry Banana Sundae Strawflower - 125 seeds
- Elka White Breadseed Poppy - 200 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.