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Empowering individuals & communities to be self sufficient.

www.FreeHeirloomSeeds.org

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Welcome! Thank you for visiting.

Volunteers, donations & your questions/comments are welcome

We want to hear from you! Send us an email – [email protected]

About us

Free Heirloom Seeds is a grassroots effort to empower individuals & communities with the resources necessary
to provide for thier basic needs, without chemicals, without corporations & without genetic engineering.

Through donations we are able to offer free heirloom & open pollinated seeds to the general public.

This started as a small family enterprise & has quickly grown into an international effort.

We are proud to say that 100% of donations goes to increase our seed stock & for packing materials.
Everyone on staff here is a volunteer, so 100% of donations go directly to the cause.

It is our hope that through our efforts more people will begin to save seeds-

Ensuring biodiversity on earth.

Reducing pollution by producing more goods locally & with sustainable practices.

Increasing planetary health by giving more people affordable access to fresh local foods.

Reducing the relevance & impact of biotech & corporate “food” producers.

Empowering individuals & communities to be self sufficient.

If you would like to order Free Heirloom Seeds in the mail –

1. Just send us a self addressed stamped envelope to:
Free Seeds c/o Stone Spirits, 865B – 8th St., Arcata CA 95521
& we will send you some seeds, for your personal use!
Absolutely Free.
(remember, 1 stamp is good for one ounce of seeds + packing,
that is usually 2-5 packs of seeds.)
2. Don’t forget to include your shipping address!
3. Be sure to include your garden size so we can try to send the right amount of seeds
4. Check our seed list & let us know which seeds you want to grow!

Stone Spirits Bead Supply
865#B – 8th Street
Arcata, CA

Free Seed List.

Amaranth – Hopi Red Dye Amaranth, eat young leaves in salad, seeds are a favorite bird food &
also makes a great ornamental, used for food coloring by the Hopi Indians
Arugala (roquette) – The classic green with powerful flavor!
Basil – Mammoth, Giant basil leaves can be stuffed!
Basil – Mrs. Burns Lemon Basil, Intense lemony fragrance make this a winner
Broccoli – Umpqua, known for great side shoot production over a long period of time.
Cabbage – Mammoth Red Rock
Carrot – Red Cored Chantenay Carrot
Chives – The classic, you don’t want to be without
Cilantro – Santo, slow bolting uniform & fast growing produces consistently
Collards – Vates Collards, super cold hardy & productive
Cucumber – Super Zagross Beit Alpha Cucumber, the standard in bitter free Mediterranean cukes
Cucumber – Painted Serpent, the melon that eats & tastes just like a cucumber!
Cucumber – Lemon Cucumber
Echinacea Purpurea – The famous immune system booster.
Eggplant – Diamond Eggplant, a trditional purple eggplant from the Ukraine
Elecampane – The deep reaching herb that is used to treat whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis & various lung problems
Golden Purslane – A lemony succulent salad addition
Indigo – The traditional Japanese plant for natural blue dye
Kale – Red Russian, Super hardy, tender sweet kale good from sprouts up to full size
Kohlrabi – Vienna Early White Kohlrabi, dwarf heirloom, crisp tender flesh with strong flavor
Lavender – Traditional English Lavender
Lettuce – Kagraner Sommer Butterhead, a very heat resistant, sweet lettuce
Lettuce – Winter Density, Also known as Craquerelle du Midi, a French heirloom from the 19th century. Start off as a bibb style lettuce & if allowed to mature becomes a romaine style lettuce
Marjoram – Sweet Marjoram, essential for many stews, soups & stuffings
Melon – Montreal Market – Green fleshed honeydew style cantalope that almost went extinct, if
not for a few stray seeds found in a seed bank in Iowa, also known as Montreal Nutmeg
Melon – Sugar Baby Watermelon, The picnic classic!
Nasturtium – Jewel Mix, the classic edible flower with a spicy taste, the whole plant can be eaten!
Early Mizuna – Classic asian salad green, grows fast!
Onion – Evergreen Hardy white Scallion, or green onion, an essential Japanese Heirloom
Onion – Dakota Tears, a yellow onion with robust flavor & long storage ability
Oregano – Za’atar Oregano, essential ingredient to the Middle Eastern Condiment Za’atar
Parsley – Arat Root Parsley, parsley on top & a carrot like root under neath that holds an
amazing parsley flavor, prized in soups
Parsnip – Andover, known for consistent production & great flavor
Pepper – Anaheim, The classic chile pepper, not to hot & prized for Chile Rellenos
Pepper – Jimmy Nardello’s Italian Sweet, Probably my favorite sweet pepper! Long thin fruits
deliver sweet taste cooked or eaten fresh
Pepper – Feher Ozon Sweet Pepper, a highly productive & delicious yellow to red blush Pepper,
prized for the delicious sweet paprika that can be made from it.
Poppy – Ziar Breadseed Poppy, Slovakian variety bred for seed production has beautiful blossoms
Radish – French Breakfast, tender, long pink/red with white tips, young thinnings can be eaten
whole & make a beautiful addition to any salad.
Radish – Easter Egg, a classic tri color mix of traditional radishes
Sage – Broadleaf culinary sage, the chef’s favorite!
Savory – Summer Savory, the sweet, soup essential.
Savory – Winter Savory, no herb garden should be without it
Shiso- Red Shiso, an essential ingredient in Japanese cooking
Spilanthes – The miracle blood cleansng herb that has ben used to treat malaria
Spinach – Bloomsdale, A true spinach needs cool weather!
Stevia – the miracle herb that is sweeter than sugar
Sweet Annie – One of the most lovely smells, this fragrant herb is a delight in any home
Thyme – German Thyme, where would parsley, sage & rosemary be without it?
Tomato – Principe Borghese, an Italian Heirloom, large cherry tomato great for sun dried tomatoes
Tatsoi – The tasty asian green that makes very nice heads of sweet round leaves, good cooked or fresh in salads
Tokyo Bekana – Somewhat similar to bok choy
Valarien – The mellow herb that was the original source of the pharmaceutical relaxant known as “Volume”

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING SEEDS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP AT ONE OF OUR DISTRIBUTION POINTS

Beet – Bulls Blood Beet, your traditional red beet
Beet – Chioggia Beet ,the famous Italian heirloom with red & white stripes
Bean – Mixed Variety Pole Bean, green, yellow, purple, or striped, flat or round, colorful & tasty climbers.
Bean – Dragon Tongue Bush Bean, White with purple stripes & a flat pod
Chard – Bali Red, A super brilliant red chard that produces again & again
Okra – Red Burgundy Okra, Tasty & beautiful!
Squash – Bennings Green Tint Patty Pan, green flying saucer shaped Summer squash, sweet,
tender & delicious everytime!
Squash – Costata Romanesca Zucchini, the famed Italian heirloom
Squash – Yellow Crookneck, the classic Summer squash, sweet, tender & delicious everytime!
Squash – Sweet Dumpling, the winter squash in a small package thats big on taste!
Squash – Burgess Buttercup, kabocha style winter squash, stores well & tastes great!
Pea – Oregon Giant Snow Pea
Pea – Cascadia Snap Pea
Spinach – New Zealand Spinach, not a true spinach, grows great in the summer, branches out
with many succulent leaves.

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING SEEDS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP AT ONE OF OUR DISTRIBUTION POINTS

www.FreeHeirloomSeeds.org

Donate!&nbsp

About Us

Links!

Welcome! Thank you for visiting.

Volunteers, donations & your questions/comments are welcome

We want to hear from you! Send us an email – [email protected]

Many ways you can help!

#2 – Donate time. We always need help packing seeds, expanding our reach, artistic input, legal work & much more.
If you would like to donate your time, please send an email to [email protected]

#3 – Donate seeds! We are always looking for people to help produce our next run of seeds.
It may be easier than you think to make a difference in the world.
If you have surplus seeds or garden space & are interested in helping us distribute seeds
please send an email to [email protected]

#4 – Become a retail partner with FreeHeirloomSeeds.org!
Increase foot traffic to your retail location, by distributing Free Heirloom Seeds.
Our distribution system is proven to bring people in the door & increase customer loyalty.
We are happy to say you can do something good & at the same time help your busness to grow while earning the respect of the community you serve.
If you are interested in our retail partner program please send an email to [email protected]

If you would like to order Free Heirloom Seeds in the mail there are 2 ways –

1. Just send us a self addressed stamped envelope to:
Free Seeds c/o Stone Spirits, 865B – 8th St., Arcata CA 95521
& we will send you some seeds, for your personal use!
Absolutely Free.
(remember, 1 stamp is good for one ounce of seeds + packing,
that is usually 2-5 packs of seeds.)
#2 – Just clck here to around $1.50 covers paypal fees, 2 stamps & an envelope,
which is usually sufficient for most seeds orders.
* Don’t forget to include your shipping address!
* Check our seed list & let us know which seeds you want to grow!

Stone Spirits Bead Supply
865#B – 8th Street
Arcata, CA

Free Seed List.

Amaranth – Hopi Red Dye Amaranth, eat young leaves in salad, seeds are a favorite bird food &
also makes a great ornamental, used for food coloring by the Hopi Indians
Arugala (roquette) – The classic green with powerful flavor!
Basil – Mammoth, Giant basil leaves can be stuffed!
Basil – Mrs. Burns Lemon Basil, Intense lemony fragrance make this a winner
Broccoli – Umpqua, known for great side shoot production over a long period of time.
Cabbage – Mammoth Red Rock
Carrot – Red Cored Chantenay Carrot
Chives – The classic, you don’t want to be without
Cilantro – Santo, slow bolting uniform & fast growing produces consistently
Collards – Vates Collards, super cold hardy & productive
Cucumber – Super Zagross Beit Alpha Cucumber, the standard in bitter free Mediterranean cukes
Cucumber – Painted Serpent, the melon that eats & tastes just like a cucumber!
Cucumber – Lemon Cucumber
Echinacea Purpurea – The famous immune system booster.
Eggplant – Diamond Eggplant, a trditional purple eggplant from the Ukraine
Elecampane – The deep reaching herb that is used to treat whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis & various lung problems
Golden Purslane – A lemony succulent salad addition
Indigo – The traditional Japanese plant for natural blue dye
Kale – Red Russian, Super hardy, tender sweet kale good from sprouts up to full size
Kohlrabi – Vienna Early White Kohlrabi, dwarf heirloom, crisp tender flesh with strong flavor
Lavender – Traditional English Lavender
Lettuce – Kagraner Sommer Butterhead, a very heat resistant, sweet lettuce
Lettuce – Winter Density, Also known as Craquerelle du Midi, a French heirloom from the 19th century. Start off as a bibb style lettuce & if allowed to mature becomes a romaine style lettuce
Marjoram – Sweet Marjoram, essential for many stews, soups & stuffings
Melon – Montreal Market – Green fleshed honeydew style cantalope that almost went extinct, if
not for a few stray seeds found in a seed bank in Iowa, also known as Montreal Nutmeg
Melon – Sugar Baby Watermelon, The picnic classic!
Nasturtium – Jewel Mix, the classic edible flower with a spicy taste, the whole plant can be eaten!
Early Mizuna – Classic asian salad green, grows fast!
Onion – Evergreen Hardy white Scallion, or green onion, an essential Japanese Heirloom
Onion – Dakota Tears, a yellow onion with robust flavor & long storage ability
Oregano – Za’atar Oregano, essential ingredient to the Middle Eastern Condiment Za’atar
Parsley – Arat Root Parsley, parsley on top & a carrot like root under neath that holds an
amazing parsley flavor, prized in soups
Parsnip – Andover, known for consistent production & great flavor
Pepper – Anaheim, The classic chile pepper, not to hot & prized for Chile Rellenos
Pepper – Jimmy Nardello’s Italian Sweet, Probably my favorite sweet pepper! Long thin fruits
deliver sweet taste cooked or eaten fresh
Pepper – Feher Ozon Sweet Pepper, a highly productive & delicious yellow to red blush Pepper,
prized for the delicious sweet paprika that can be made from it.
Poppy – Ziar Breadseed Poppy, Slovakian variety bred for seed production has beautiful blossoms
Radish – French Breakfast, tender, long pink/red with white tips, young thinnings can be eaten
whole & make a beautiful addition to any salad.
Radish – Easter Egg, a classic tri color mix of traditional radishes
Sage – Broadleaf culinary sage, the chef’s favorite!
Savory – Summer Savory, the sweet, soup essential.
Savory – Winter Savory, no herb garden should be without it
Shiso- Red Shiso, an essential ingredient in Japanese cooking
Spilanthes – The miracle blood cleansng herb that has ben used to treat malaria
Spinach – Bloomsdale, A true spinach needs cool weather!
Stevia – the miracle herb that is sweeter than sugar
Sweet Annie – One of the most lovely smells, this fragrant herb is a delight in any home
Thyme – German Thyme, where would parsley, sage & rosemary be without it?
Tomato – Principe Borghese, an Italian Heirloom, large cherry tomato great for sun dried tomatoes
Tatsoi – The tasty asian green that makes very nice heads of sweet round leaves, good cooked or fresh in salads
Tokyo Bekana – Somewhat similar to bok choy
Valarien – The mellow herb that was the original source of the pharmaceutical relaxant known as “Volume”

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING SEEDS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP AT ONE OF OUR DISTRIBUTION POINTS

Beet – Bulls Blood Beet, your traditional red beet
Beet – Chioggia Beet ,the famous Italian heirloom with red & white stripes
Bean – Mixed Variety Pole Bean, green, yellow, purple, or striped, flat or round, colorful & tasty climbers.
Bean – Dragon Tongue Bush Bean, White with purple stripes & a flat pod
Chard – Bali Red, A super brilliant red chard that produces again & again
Okra – Red Burgundy Okra, Tasty & beautiful!
Squash – Bennings Green Tint Patty Pan, green flying saucer shaped Summer squash, sweet,
tender & delicious everytime!
Squash – Costata Romanesca Zucchini, the famed Italian heirloom
Squash – Yellow Crookneck, the classic Summer squash, sweet, tender & delicious everytime!
Squash – Sweet Dumpling, the winter squash in a small package thats big on taste!
Squash – Burgess Buttercup, kabocha style winter squash, stores well & tastes great!
Pea – Oregon Giant Snow Pea
Pea – Cascadia Snap Pea
Spinach – New Zealand Spinach, not a true spinach, grows great in the summer, branches out
with many succulent leaves.