Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Collection

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Disclosure: We are genuine customers of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. They sent us free product with our last order. Opinions shared are mine.

Heirloom-Seed-Collection-LSS-000_7231 The Heirloom Seed Collection from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds is the perfect way to save money and acquire a safe, secure food supply for your family. Most of the seeds in this package will store 4-10 years if kept cool and dry. What a great way to try many heirloom favorites. These easy-to-grow varieties have been tried-and-true for generations! The collection contains 25 full-sized packets of seeds and a Clyde’s Garden Planner—all packaged in a sturdy, resealable, mylar bag for long lasting storage. If you’re not familiar with Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, I encourage you to visit their site. They participate in the Safe Seed Pledge, which means they use non-GMO seeds and plants. Varieties in this package are chosen to be productive in most climates throughout the United States. Bakers Creek supports innovative sustainability methods, such as urban gardening, and helps to teach children how to grow crops. We’ve been using their seeds for years! Thanks to our Grand Prize sponsor, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, one lucky reader will receive the Heirloom Seed Collection and the 2016 Whole Seed Catalog. This Grand Prize package is valued at $58. Good luck!

 

Whole-seed Catalog from Bakers Creek Heirloom Seeds #GreenThumbGiveaway hop at savingsinseconds.com

If you’re wondering why a seed catalog is a prize…..you haven’t ordered from Baker Creek before.  This catalog is more than just a way to shop for seeds.  It is a wealth of knowledge.  I can sit for hours with this catalog, circling new veggies I want to try, and learning about unique plant varieties.   It’s really a treat.

Ready to enter the Grand Prize giveaway? One lucky US reader will receive this fabulous prize package.  The giveaway is open to US readers ages 18+. Void where prohibited by law.  Please take the time to stop by Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds and thank them for sponsoring this event. Good luck!

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Comments

  1. I love the Mom’s Rainbow Collection! It’s got a variety of plants chosen specifically to be vibrant and varied in color while still being very family/kid friendly for teaching all the hows and whys of gardening.

  2. crystal gibson says:

    I would love to order a ton of crocus bulbs to cover the ground in the spring. The parrot tulips would be so lovely for my front gardens.

  3. Debbie Bray says:

    I would love a subscription to the Heirloom Gardener.

  4. Laurie Nykaza says:

    Jere Gettle Collection
    JGC101 sounds so amazing we love having a garden and eating what we grow.

  5. I like Mom’s Rainbow Collection.

  6. Lisa Brown says:

    I learned that the company pledges that they do not knowingly buy or sell genetically engineered seeds or plants. Yay!

  7. Erin Ellis says:

    I love the Orange Peach Cockscomb! I would love to grow them in my yard. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin

  8. There are so many seeds I would love to have. I want the miniature yellow and chocolate bell peppers and the Black beauty tomato seeds. We have grown Black Beauty tomatoes before and they taste great and the plants produced a lot and for an extended time.

  9. I love the culinary and medicinal herbs.

  10. I learned that the seeds are open-pollinated heirloom seeds, so as long as I follow guidelines to prevent cross-pollination, I can save the seeds from the vegetables I get from their seeds.

  11. Oh I was s excited to see your giveaway this morning. I love Baker Creek. I was searching the catalog yesterday and found Oaxacan Green Corn. It really intrigued me, it said they make green corn tamales from it. How cool! Thanks for the chance at an awesome prize!

  12. I’d really love to plant some cucumbers this years, they have such a great selection.

  13. I learned that there is a purple variety of cauliflower! So cool!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  14. I would love to get the book Great Herb Mixes You Can Make. I always have trouble figuring out what herbs to mix together so this would be helpful.

  15. Katie Amanda says:

    They provide unique seeds from over 75 countries.

  16. Deborah W. says:

    I learned they carry one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century.

  17. Nancy Burgess says:

    I would love to have the copper watering can.

  18. Michele Behlen says:

    I would like the book How to Store Your Garden Produce.
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  19. I love that they have so many different types of seeds. I’m planning on planting a garden this year, so this would be wonderful!

  20. Diane EStrella says:

    The Po’suwaegeh Blue Corn is really cool!

  21. Audra O'Hara says:

    I buy seeds online a lot; glad I ran across their site! I need to order some Nasturtium for my garden this year. I’d also like some Dame’s Rocket and Texas Bluebonnet seeds from their wildflower category!

  22. I learned anise hyssop is an extra sweet strain that hails from Montana.

  23. I order cucumbers, tomatoes, squash, cantaloupe, & a lot of hot peppers seeds from rare seeds every year.

  24. What I like about Baker Creek seeds is the variety of really interesting veggies… truly stunning!

  25. ellen beck says:

    I learned they carry gardening tools which is very helpful. This would be a great place to shop for presents!

  26. I am wishing for the flower seeds, the variety and beauty is awesome and stunning,…I love them!

  27. Sherry Compton says:

    I think the Dandelion & Garbanzo Soup recipe would be fun to try. I remember my daughter making “dandelion soup” in the backyard when she was younger.

  28. Amy Warnig says:

    I am so excited to have found a great heirloom seed supplier! I have been look for great cucumber varieties!

  29. Baker Creek has so many wonderful plants and herbs that I haven’t ever tried, or even heard of! I would love to try growing some ‘Toothache Plant’ (aka spilanthes)! I got to try some of that when I was in Hawaii, and it is fantastic! I love Baker Creek! Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

  30. I am wishing for the Heirloom Seed Collection so I can have a great garden this summer.

  31. They sell books as well.

  32. This is my first year getting the catalog. I’m not sure what will grow where I am but I love the variety that you offer.

  33. Tiana Hodge says:

    I love all the little tips on gardening, the how too’s, and the beautiful pictures they post.

  34. Would love to try some of the colorful veggies that Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds offers. So many to choose from, it is hard to narrow it down to just a few!

  35. I go back to their website to read the reviews so I can see what my plants will look like or how they will grow.

  36. Connie Lee says:

    I would like to plant all the flower seeds, what a lovely place I would have!

  37. I have used Bakers Creek for seeds for a few years. I believe that all seed should be Non-GMO and heirloom. I love their catalog as well. It has such amazing photos, that it is almost a book of art. Just love it. I went to the site and already started planning my garden! Now I just need the snow to melt 🙂

  38. I learned you can get their catalog for free so I ordered it! Go spring!

  39. Belinda Hottinger says:

    Love Baker Creek Seeds!

  40. Sandy Zimmer says:

    I would love the Heirloom subscription

  41. Laurie Emerson says:

    I wish for Fox Glove. I have always wanted to try and grow these.

  42. Renee Watts says:

    I love Bakers Heirloom Seeds and plan on using them in my garden this year. Would really love to win this package. What a great way to start.

  43. Hollie Jahnke says:

    I’d love to plant Jarrahdale Pumpkin. I think they are so pretty!!

  44. Rebecca Orr says:

    I learned that the Catskill Brussels Sprouts were created in Arkport, NY which is local for me! I can’t wait to try grow them in my garden this spring.

  45. I learnd they have seed collection specifically for both northern and southern growers which is nice.

  46. Nicole Sender says:

    I wish for the Mom’s Rainbow Collection. I think it would be fun to grow these rainbow colored veggies!

  47. elizabeth moore says:

    Their Molokai purple sweet potatoes are amazing! A friend of mine grows them and they taste like candy, I’ve been dying to get my hands on those to plant this spring.

  48. I love the Mom’s Rainbow collection of nutrient dense foods, and that the profits are donated to support the Mom’s mission! And the cost for quality food is minimal! Love Bakers!

  49. Nicole Burgoz says:

    I have learned that they even have Stinging nettle seeds.
    Weeds for most, but not available down South of Texas and I just love them 🙂

  50. I learned that there are a lot of people saving seeds from all over and sharing them is key to keeping the plants here for future generations and I wish for more people to grow sell and buy heirloom fruits and vegetables.

  51. I would really like to grow some Purple of Sicily Cauliflower.

  52. Seed Starting Nut says:

    Wow! I didn’t know there was an Heirloom magazine.

  53. I really would love to grow the Dwarf Strawflowers in mixed colors this Spring.

  54. Loved learning about so many new varieties!

  55. I’d love to try some other varieties of grape tomatoes and zucchinis

  56. I found lots of recipes on the site that I’d like to try.

  57. Darlene Owen says:

    I like any kind of vegetable seeds, but my favorite is tomatoes

  58. Looks like they sell grapes! yum!

  59. Stephanie Treece says:

    What a wonderful company! Can’t wait to plant my seeds! 😀

  60. Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century. Very impressive.

  61. I’d forgotten about Baker’s Creek! There is still snow outside, but I’m already itching for spring planting time. I’m going to enjoy looking at the catalog when it comes.

  62. I found their catalog, and I’d love to get some of their vegetable seeds.

  63. I am so excited to place my seed order. I wish I lived in an area where I could grow everything they offer. I love to grow and see what I can harvest. It is so great to see all the varieties and the people who have made it possible for me to try to grow such amazing food. I am grateful for the creator the the abundance we are provided for our continual survival. I intend to do my part and save and share seed with family and friends.

  64. Michelle H. says:

    I am interested in growing milk thistle.

  65. Jennifer Heintz says:

    I learned that if you purchase Mom’s Rainbow Collection 100 percent of the proceeds of the sale of these collections go to Moms Across America. That sounds good to me.

  66. I learned that Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century.

  67. I really love their variety of veggie seeds. They have so many tasty bell peppers that I would love to try growing.

  68. I learned that Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties.

  69. I want the cobrahead hand hoe

  70. I love the huge variety they have for each type of seed. Imagine, over 25 varieties of carrots. WOW!

  71. I’d like to get some Cinnamon Basil Seeds.

  72. They offer over 1800 variety of seeds and they have seeds from the 19th century.

  73. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I would like Green Globe Artichoke and Asparagus. My kids love them. I love giving my kids new kinds of veggies

  74. Amber Ludwig says:

    I learned that they offer 1800 fine varieties! Unique seeds from over 75 countries! That’s insane and so cool!!

  75. I would love to have their Copper Watering Can!

  76. I learned that they have a sprig planting festival in Missouri I would love to go to something like that!

  77. I LOVE Baker Creek….there’s so much to learn form their page….would be so tickled to win.

  78. cassandra n says:

    So many different types of every kind of seed…learned that I have a lot more learning to do! 🙂 have always loved baker creek!

  79. They don’t believe in frankenfoods, aka GMOs

  80. I’d like some Crane Melon seeds.

  81. I learned that they have hardy kiwi

  82. Barbara Lima says:

    Not just vegetables, many other items on offer.

  83. I learned that they have vegetable seeds like artichokes.

  84. Vanessa Sterling says:

    I love the fact that their seeds are heirloom seeds.

  85. Jennifer Heintz says:

    I wish I could plant the Baker Creek BROWALLIA seeds. It look so pretty, and I don’t think I have see it around here.

  86. Erin Ellis says:

    I would love to plant their Lavender seeds!

  87. I am familiar with Heirloom Seed Company. I get their catalog, and buy their seeds. I am also a subscriber. My husband loves it when their catalog comes.

  88. I learned that Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties.

  89. I learned they have a whole bunch of vegetable seeds. I want every one!

  90. Audra O'Hara says:

    I also like their herb seeds section. I grow a lot of herbs simply for the flowers. I could use some more Hyssop and catnip seeds.

  91. I would get Elephant Ear or Taro, Rare Collection for behind my deck

  92. I would like a copy of their back catalogues; they are very beautiful.

  93. I love their seeds! I try some new ones each year and am never disappointed 🙂

  94. Alyce Poalillo says:

    I have ordered from them and they are wonderful. I want every tomato seed they have!

  95. They have a new heirloom tomato this year,the Terra Cotta. A beautiful orange color. I need to order it.

  96. Cindy Merrill says:

    Identify some of the most common beneficial bugs and pests! The bug identifier set gives a picture for reference, as well as information about the species, and how to attract or repel them. This set of 14 cards is printed on waterproof, tear resistant material, and held together with a chain that makes it great for kids to carry into the garden with them for reference. Dimensions are 1 1/4″x4″

  97. Nicole Sender says:

    I learned they have a magazine called The Heirloom Gardener .

  98. Deborah Uhl says:

    I would love Baker Creek’so pink lemonade blueberries

  99. Awesome collections
    Love all the purple veggies and the tomato
    The Thai and exporter collections are piquing my interest
    Thanks

  100. Michelle H. says:

    I would love to grow the purple basil to add to some of my dishes for color.

  101. Francine Anchondo says:

    I really like the Baker Creek’so pink lemonade blueberries

  102. Ann Fantom says:

    I learned that depending on the type of seed, and the environment in which it is stored, seeds can last anywhere from 1-10 years or more before the germination rates will decline.

  103. Sherry Compton says:

    I had no idea there were so many different kinds of lettuce. I’d love to try the Rouge Grenobloise Lettuce

  104. I love/wish for all the copper tools- like the watering can and plant markers. So cute!

  105. Kristen Banker says:

    I love so much about Baker Creek! Their Non-GMO pledge, variety, customer service! I would really like to try the Pink blueberries they have for sale right now.

  106. Amber Ludwig says:

    I learned that they ” work extensively to supply free seeds to many of the world’s poorest countries, as well as here at home in school gardens and other educational projects” which is AMAZING!! How awesome of them!!

  107. They have tons of awesome seeds! I was overwhelmed with tomato seeds and I am in awe of all the chile peppers (hot chiles) I can get with them. Some I would love are Craig’s Grande jalapeno pepper, poblano pepper and cayenne long thin peppers.

  108. I learned that you sell plants…not just seeds!

  109. Melinda Stephens says:

    I really want some of their flower seeds, even the cactus ones. I’m trying to redo my entire front yard and they have a great variety.

  110. I learned they have a newsletter and give good advice in growing and gardening.

  111. Rhonda Tenderholt says:

    This is a terrific giveaway. I’m curious – not entering contest — YET! Is it everything that’s listed? I dont’ eat many of the things (like Peppers, Kohlrabi, Rutabaga, Turnip, Radish, Peas, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Beet.) that are listed and wasn’t sure if I want to enter, even tho I really would like to start a garden. I always have plans to, but then never do.

    • Hi Rhonda, I’m glad you like the giveaway! The prize includes the Heirloom Seed Collection, which includes the pictured seeds unless the sponsor changes the collection. If you win, you could share the seeds you won’t use with a friend, or do a RAOK and give them to a school? I know lots of people who would love to be gifted with a pack of seeds!!

  112. I learned that they publish a magazine called Heirloom Gardener

  113. I learned they are one of the largest sellers of seeds in the country.

  114. Audra O'Hara says:

    I would also like to get some of their catchfly Silene seeds. Those would be beautiful in our vegetable garden this year and I’m sure would help bring in the bees.

  115. I learned it would be easier than I thought to start a small garden area.

  116. Baker Creek doesn’t just sell seeds, they also sell live plants.

  117. Christina Sparks says:

    You can order a free catalog.

  118. i would love to plant some hollyhocks, these in particular are lovely and would be so striking against my fence: Double Carnival Blush Pink Hollyhock

  119. I get so excited about planting a garden this spring when I browse their site!

  120. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I learned that Baker Creek does not knowingly buy or sell genetically modified seeds.

  121. Sara Theissen says:

    I definitely want some vegetable seeds! Asparagus, jalapenos, broccoli, carrots, and greens!

  122. Sara Theissen says:

    I would like all the vegetable seeds lol

  123. Debbie Clauer says:

    So excited to see all the herb seeds they have.

  124. beth shepherd says:

    I like the good bug bad bug book. THank you

  125. I would love some Blue Potatoes!

  126. I learned that you can get a heirloom seed catalog between December and March! Now is the time!

  127. Nicole Sender says:

    I really wish for the CobraHead Hand Hoe.

  128. I learned they carry one of the largest collections of heirloom seeds available which is nice.

  129. Hello, I learned that they carry some perennials too like asparagus and rhubarb, two things I am looking for. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  130. Sara Theissen says:

    I would love to try the Castor Bean flowers!

  131. I love how they go around the world to search our rare seeds and then propagate the plants so we can get those seeds as well.

  132. Ashley Montroy says:

    They don’t have just seeds, but also carry perennials, which I absolutely require being a busy new mother and caretaker of a resort. I will definitely be looking into expanding my perennial section.

  133. Heidi Spittler says:

    After visiting their site, I really wish I could afford and have the space to buy all the vegetable seeds in their catalog!

  134. The Baker Creek seed store is located right here in Missouri, where I live!

  135. Michelle H. says:

    I learned that lavender seeds take a week to germinate.

  136. What a dream site! I would love to grow some Angelica (Holy Ghost) herb.

  137. So many nice items..from seeds to plants too.
    I want some of both.
    And, going to get the catalog
    Thanks

  138. Sherry Compton says:

    My mom would like the Mom’s Rainbow Collection

  139. The Alaska red shades nasturtiums are a beautiful deep red and have gorgeous variegated leaves.

  140. Krystal Waters says:

    I’ve ordered from them before they have a really rare seeds like Lions tail and Pimiento De Padron Pepper.

  141. I was very pleased to see that they carry several types of Thai basil seeds since I’m learning to make Thai curries & having a hard time finding Thai basil. Now I can grow my own!

  142. I drooled over their seeds, of course of course, but the copper plant markers and watering can are gorgeous!

  143. I learned that they’re having a spring planting festival May 1st and 2nd..but drats, I live too far away.

  144. I learned that they are one of the largest suppliers of non GMO seeds to the general public.

  145. Kathy Davis says:

    They sell a Northern and Southern Jumbo package of seeds. These can be used by schools or communities to plant gardens. I think that’s a great idea.

  146. Audra O'Hara says:

    I also like their nutscene garden twine; I’m always needing that when working with my tomatoes.

  147. Nicole Sender says:

    You can get a great 2016 Whole Seed Catalog.

  148. I have grown something new each because of their catalog and great seed variety.

  149. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I visited the page and liked the Baker Creek Seed’s “THE HEIRLOOM LIFE GARDENER” ——— Plus, a free magazine subscription! I am new to gardening and still have things to learn.

  150. I love their copper plant markers

  151. I would love to get their serious hand weeder. I have a lot of weeds and this looks like a highly useful tool.

  152. Jennifer Heintz says:

    I would really like to have the Heirloom Seed Collection
    HSC105 to try to plant a big garden this year. It is a great variety of seeds.

  153. I really like the plant markers. thanks.

  154. Jere Gettle did his first Baker Creek catalog when he was 17. That is impressive!

  155. Darlene Owen says:

    i would also love a CobraHead Hand Hoe
    CDT101

  156. The heirloom seed collection

  157. Sherry Compton says:

    I’ve seen a lot of pretty coleus. That would be fun to plant.

  158. I would love to have their rare assortment of figs.

  159. Michelle H. says:

    I am interested in their Stevia seeds.

  160. Amanda Alvarado says:

    They have a diverse selection of vegetable seeds! Some of them I have never even heard of! I was excited to see they have the Rio Grande Tomatillo seeds! We love these and I’d love to try growing them!

  161. Elaine Lund says:

    Love the copper seed markers!

  162. I can’t wait to get my bug identification cards so I can help the kids identify beneficial bugs. We will definitely be using this in our homeschool organic gardening club!

  163. Rajee Pandi says:

    Love their heirloom seed collection

  164. Stephanie Mabry says:

    I would love an assortment of herb seeds – nothing like beautiful greens to liven up my kitchen and my cooking!

  165. Baker Creek has a little kiwi plant I’d love to try.

  166. Susan Christy says:

    They also sell a variety of gardening tools.

  167. I noticed they have sesame seeds I would love to give that a try.

  168. I would love to try and grow the green globe artichokes. I just know in my area, they need to be started now in February. Thanks!

  169. Michelle H. says:

    I am interested in the Basil – Genovese 1 oz .

  170. Deborah W. says:

    I love the copper plants markers and the copper watering can. So pretty!

  171. Darlene Owen says:

    I would love to have the Vegetable Gardener’s Bible Soft Cover

  172. Anne perry says:

    I would love to grow some strawflowers.

  173. I would love to try their Mom’s Rainbow Collection.

  174. I’d like to get their Mixed Cacti Seeds.

  175. Christina B. says:

    I wished for one of their Serious Hand Weeders. I have a Ground Hog that I use for in between the rows but I need something like the Serious Hand Weeder for between the plants.

  176. Jennifer Reed says:

    I learned that Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties.

  177. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I wish for Parsley Giant Of Italy, Rosemary and Vietnamese Mint.

  178. I learned their seed are non GMO and are guaranteed to grow in the zone you are in (as long as youre buying for the right zone of course)

  179. Oooh! I’d love to get their “Northern Jumbo Package” for my hubby! It says all this about it:
    A giant package great for large groups, schools and families; selected seeds for a sure supply of delicious home-grown produce. Contains 250 full-sized packets of more than 30 varieties of vegetables. Both The Heirloom Life Gardener and The Baker Creek Vegan Cookbook are included in this collection.

  180. Nicole Sender says:

    The Northern Jumbo Package of seeds would be great for a school garden!

  181. Sherry Compton says:

    My mom and I both could use the Serious Hand Weeder Tool.

  182. I’ve never planted heirloom seeds before, so this would be great!

  183. Julie Waldron says:

    I learned that you can send for a free catalog.

  184. Amber Ludwig says:

    I learned that they have a safe seed pledge!! How great is that!!?!?! They don’t use/buy/sell genetically engineered seeds or plants!!

  185. I like the many different varieties of melons,they have. Some I have never heard of before.

  186. I love that they distribute to over 700,000 gardeners nationally. They have great product selection too!

  187. Baker Creek sends you a free catalog – just fill out the online form.

  188. I like the Bug Identifier Card Set too; a great learning tool for kids in the garden.

  189. The big/pest identified cards would be very handy to have

  190. It threw me for a loop the first time I planted the seeds. I expected some seeds to fail, instead I had 100% germination rate. My sister had oodles of tomato plants and so did I. I gave my extra to her.

  191. Michelle H. says:

    I am interested in the Parsley Giant Of Italy.

  192. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I would love a collection of these herb seeds.

  193. I have a lot to learn, so this book would be awesome: The Seed Garden – The Art and Practice of Seed Saving. I’d also love to go to one of the festivals they’re at!
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  194. The founders are preserving the oldest continuously operating seed company in New England. That is pretty awesome.

  195. Susie Nicholson-Dykstra says:

    I can’t wait until we have our greenhouse set up to try growing dragon fruit from Baker Creek’s live plant collection!

  196. I learned that all seeds are guaranteed to be no GMO which is wonderful.

  197. Melissa Crisp says:

    I learned that they have all kinds of gardening stuff and not jus seeds. Also the seed have a guarantee which is cool.

  198. Barb Stenby says:

    This is an amazing prize! In a world of GMO and Bees populations dying off gardeners are so important! I love their collection and I like that they distribute seeds to poor countries so that plants will have a chance

  199. Jennifer Heintz says:

    I learned that I am envious of some of the zones. Some of the seeds I would really love tro plant can’t tolerate this Norethere climate.

  200. kim keithline says:

    I learned that they are non gmo and the largest place to get heirloom and rare seeds

  201. Debbie Welchert says:

    I learned that they have a great variety of vegetable seeds and some that I have been looking for and couldn’t find any longer. They also have such a wonderful variety of herbs.

  202. The serious hand weeded would come in really handy as our soil in Florida with our heat produces LOTS of weeds!

  203. Baker Creek carries over 1800 unique varieties of seeds.

  204. i love that they have non gmo seeds! makes me happy. id love the csa cook book though. there are some things i simply have no ideas for!

  205. Michelle H. says:

    I would love to try the Oregano, Wild Zaatar in my cooking.

  206. Deborah W. says:

    I love all seeds so this is hard. I would have to choose the Alaska Red Shades Nasturtium seeds because the flowers look beautiful.

  207. I think I might like reading their Heirloom Seed Magazine as well.

  208. Nicole Sender says:

    I wish for the Basil – Genovese 1 oz HB101C seeds.

  209. I learned thaat they ship year round and their magazine is one of the most popular amongst gardeners.

  210. I would love to try some of the different colored vegetables, like the purple carrots and cauliflower.

  211. I would like the cobra head hand hoe.

  212. JEANETTE SHEETS says:

    artichoke-cardoon/

  213. This makes me anxious to get started on my garden!

  214. Such reasonable prices! This is a site I’ll have to keep in mind.

  215. I love the different varieties that you can’t get just anywhere. Amazing items.

  216. Deborah W. says:

    I would love to own the mom’s Rainbow seed collection.

  217. Klydra Pugh says:

    I learned they sell Italia Violetta Cauliflower seeds
    Thanks for the chance

  218. Michelle H. says:

    I want .to grow the Basil – Thai Holy Kaprao

  219. I would love to grow the Blue Speckled Tepary Bean, which it seems would be perfect for me location as well.

  220. Sherry Compton says:

    I’d love to grow some Delicious Tomato. Yum!

  221. The rainbow seed mix would be a nice gift for Mother’s Day with other goodies

  222. Baker Creek carries lots of exotic plant seeds too.

  223. I learned wildflowers are offered and some are for attracting bees and other pollinators.

  224. Mary Rutter says:

    You can send for a free catalog

  225. Rebecca Niehaus says:

    I could spend days on their site just browsing around! I see that they have a master collection of seeds including 1000 heirloom varieties! Wow! That would be super cool to have one day! I also see that they have sungold select tomatoes! I want to get some of those because I’ve heard they are very delicious!

  226. They have an excellent selection of exotic seeds.

  227. Alisha Sienkiel says:

    I learned that they have one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century. Also I saw some winter squash seeds that I want!!

  228. I would love to get some heirloom tomato seeds for my garden.

  229. Jeanna Massman says:

    I would love to give the Baker Creek Vegan Cookbook to my vegan friend.

  230. Michelle H. says:

    I want to grow Aunt Molly’s Ground Cherry.

  231. Deborah W. says:

    I learned that Baker Creek Heirloom Seed company which started in 1998 has grown to offer 1,800 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs—the largest selection of heirloom varieties in the USA.

  232. Sherry Compton says:

    I learned that they have a planting festival here in Missouri in May.

  233. I like the jumbo packages they have.

  234. I would love to grow Abutilon, I wonder if they are very hard to grow.

  235. Baker Creek has a village with a store, museum, blacksmith shop & other cool features.

  236. The copper watering can is really nice too.

  237. I think heirloom seeds are great! No garden.

  238. I learned they have great gardening tools and there are many to choose from.

  239. I learned you can use lemongras in stir fries, I use it to keep mosquito’s away now .

  240. Robin Abrams says:

    I learned that Baker Creek Heirloom Seed company which started in 1998 has grown to offer 1,800 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs.

  241. Michelle H. says:

    I would like to grow the Purple of Sicily Cauliflower.

  242. Deborah W. says:

    I like that they sell a natural nail fungus soak kit.

  243. I would love to try their chiogga beets.

  244. I love the dahlias and the glass corn. So many awesome seeds.

  245. I would like to grown the Haricot Rouge Du Burkina Faso Cowpea

  246. Nicole Sender says:

    I’d love to have these flower seeds: Pink Angel’s Trumpet – Brugmansia.

  247. I learned they carry seeds that are both heirloom and modern varieties. They are forever looking for new and different varieties to offer to the public.

  248. I learned that the company one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century.

  249. I’d really like to get some of these seeds for our garden!

  250. I cant wait to get some of the Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumbers!

  251. susan smoaks says:

    i would love to get some melon seeds.

  252. Jennifer Heintz says:

    I learned that Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds sells Jumbo packages of seeds, for various groups in different regions.,

  253. Sherry Compton says:

    I like that they have books, too. My mom would like How To Store Your Garden Produce (The Key To Self Sufficiency).

  254. Deborah W. says:

    I learned that Jerry Gettle, the man who started the company, started gardening at age 3. He printed his first seed catalog at age 17.

  255. Dorothy Teel says:

    I learned that they sell bulk quanitity of seeds for north or south regions and these would be great for a school effort or neighborhood to plant wild flowers and enjoy nature at its best, I like that they have a beautiful brass watering can

  256. learned they have both heirloom and modern seeds

  257. I would love to try their all blue potatoes.

  258. Stephanie Mabry says:

    I love their different varieties of morning glories!

  259. They have many things that I wish for, first and foremost being vegetable seeds of almost any kind. The book Seed to Seed would be very helpful so I can have a single resource that tells how to save many kinds of seeds.

  260. Meredith Miller says:

    I like the Mom’s Rainbow Collection.

  261. I learned their seeds are guarnatted non GMO which is important to me and my family and they believe in clean foods.

  262. I learned seeds in the heirloom collection will last over 4 years! Awesome!!

  263. E. Diane Macauley says:

    The Copper Plant Markers and Watering can had me drooling instantly! I would also really like to get the Bug Identifier Card Set for our daughter.

  264. Jennifer Heintz says:

    Baker Creek has a seed of plants popular in the 19th century, helping to promote and preserve our agricultural and culinary heritage.

  265. Deborah W. says:

    I would like to try some different seed like the albino beet or the Pusa Asita Black Carrot.

  266. Darlene Owen says:

    I would also love the Serious Hand Weeder

  267. Renee Rousseau says:

    I was just shopping seeds and pods online, Spring where for out though!!! So excited for planting season!!!

  268. Renee Rousseau says:

    I was shopping the Herb seeds and as I experiment more with sustainable cooking, I plan on having an herb garden right outside the kitchen door this year.

  269. Michelle H. says:

    I love the variety of carrots they offer. I like the Red Beauty Carrots.

  270. Justin Comeau says:

    I learned that they sell bulk seeds based on north and south regions

  271. I love the selection of melons that they have.

  272. Leslie Davis says:

    Baker Creek started hosting festivals in 2000.

  273. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    After visiting the website, I wish for some new cactus plants.

  274. I learned they have all sorts of seeds, would love to get some of their lavender herb seeds.

  275. Michelle S. says:

    I want the Speckled Swan Gourd seeds. I have grown a variety of gourds the last few years they have started growing and regrowing as volunteer plants each year. I’m looking to add something different to the same old same old that I have had the last few years.

  276. Connie Lee says:

    I love the flower seed, I wish I could plant one of every kind!

  277. I learned that the company’s catalogs are distribute to over 700,000 gardeners nationally.

  278. Laurie Emerson says:

    I would love to have their Baker Creek Vegan Cookbook.

  279. I would love to try theParsley Hamburg Rooted. Never heard of it before.

  280. Marnie G (Derrick Todd) says:

    I really like that they offer over offer 1,800 varieties of seeds for vegetables, flowers and herbs—the largest selection of heirloom varieties in the USA. I wouldn’t even have that there were that many variations even available.

  281. Wouldn’t it be amazing to buy taht whole Southern Jumbo Package of seeds!

  282. Marnie G (Derrick Todd) says:

    I was really surprised to see that they have over 1,800 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs—the largest selection of heirloom varieties in the USA.

  283. I learned they have both heirloom and modern seeds.

  284. I learned that all their seeds are from seeds that have ad intensive research that they are viable

  285. As someone who loves to garden, it’s hard to imagine anything better for a gardener than the Jere Gettle collection.

  286. Shakeia Rieux says:

    I wish I had the Great Herb Mixes You Can Make book so I can make products I know my family and friends can use,and also myself at least that way I know what’s in the products

  287. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I really would love the Heirloom Seed Collection.

  288. Jere Gettle printed the first Baker Creek Heirloom Seed catalog in 1998 at the age of 17

  289. Kathryn Mcneal says:

    I’d love to have How To Store Your Garden Produce (The Key To Self Sufficiency) as well as the Southern Jumbo Package <— I'd love that because I think having this many seeds would be great to be able to have a huge garden.

  290. My son really wants to get some of the Glass Gem Corn. It’s beautiful.

  291. Michelle H. says:

    I would love to try growing their rosemary.

  292. The southern jumbo pack would be an awesome choice for my area.

  293. I wish for kale vegetable seeds!

  294. Stephanie Liske says:

    I would like to try the Red-Leaved Hyacinth Bean seeds.

  295. Sherry Compton says:

    I love tomatoes and would like to try the Bonny Best Tomato.

  296. Trisha McKee says:

    No GMO seeds – this is what I learned and I love that!

  297. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    I learned there is a flower named Bellvue Mixed Abutilon that I have not heard of from South America

  298. Laurie Emerson says:

    I would love to have the seeds for Bok Choy as I have always wanted to grow it.

  299. Dorothy Deakyne says:

    I would like to have the rutabaga seeds, as this is the first site I have seen them, Hard to find these, thanks

  300. They have the most marvelous selection of nasturtium seeds, so many colors!

  301. Jillian Too says:

    I learned that they carry 19 different varieties of Basil. I’m very impressed!

  302. I learned the sell books on growing gardens of all sorts from vegetables to flowers. A wealth off information.

  303. I was amazed at the variety of eggplant available. Most of them I had never seen before.

  304. Kathy McFarland says:

    Congratulations to Kelly, winner of the Heirloom Garden Collection. Thank you to all who participated. I enjoyed reading your comments.
    Kathy at Baker Creek

  305. I love the idea of using heirloom seeds.

  306. desiree says:

    i live in the area and baker seed is good and then the plants you grow them ad they not little tomoatoe or the veggie all organic

  307. I love baker creek too! The plants I get from them always seem to do well.

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