seeds for the end of the world

seeds for the end of the world
an ongoing project, 2015 –>

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HEX seed packs contain anywhere from 1 or more seeds saved from organically grown produce from my garden*.

If you'd like a seed pack get in touch, they are offered through barter only. Send me your seeds, zine, book, sticker, 7" record, MP3 download, DIY electronic project,  knitted goods, drawing, canned or baked goods**, produce, etc in exchange.

All barters must be mutually agreed upon before exchange can take place.

My seedling starter guide from 2014 (for the Park Hill Community Garden in Denver) is here as a PDF.

–>Pictures for the 2017 Summer are Here<–

Some interesting articles on the importance of saving seeds:
Scientists Add 50,000 Seeds to Arctic Doomsday Vault Because Everything Is Awful
How “open source” seed producers from the US to India are changing global food production – VOX
Saving the seeds : an old technology for a new climate – The Taos News
Preserving Seed Diversity – Food Security/University of Chicago
Salsa Primeval: 52-Million-Year-Old Tomatillo Found
The Nectar Garden: The Importance of Planting a Haven for Pollinators
Bee Plants – Attracting More Bees And Pollinators to Your Garden
Seeding the future? 'Ark' preserves rare, threatened plants
Seed Saving is the Original Sharing Economy
Together we can save the monarch butterfly

Other things:
Guerilla Gardening – SEED BOMBS!
You Grow Girl – gardening resources
Seeds of Diversity – resources for saving seeds
The Seed Garden – The Art & Practice of Seed Saving - I've learned so much from this book! published by seed savers exchange.
The Open Source Seed Initiative

The Seeds (2017 for the summer of 2018):
Dill – Anethum graveolens
Sweet Basil - Ocimum basilicum
Cilantro – Coriandrum sativum
Flowers – various drought tolerant species
Mint – Mentha
Long Hot Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Long Sweet Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Sweet Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Hibiscus – Malvaceae
Fennel – Foeniculum vulgare
Mustard Greens – Brassica juncea
Coneflower – Asteraceae
Garlic Chives – Allium tuberosum
Jalapeño Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Black Krim Tomatoes – Solanum lycopersicum
Habanero Peppers – Capsicum chinense
Black Hungarian Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Thai Hot Peppers – Capsicum annum
Cayenne Peppers – Capsicum annum
Buran Peppers – Capsicum annum
Hot Pepper Long – Capsicum annum
Cucumbers – Cucumis sativus
Yellow Tomatoes – Solanum lycopersicum
Roma Tomatoes – Solanum lycopersicum
Arugula – Eruca sativa
Red Basil – Ocimum basilicum
Thai Basil – Ocimum basilicum
Lavender – Lavandula angustifolia

The Seeds (2016 for the summer of 2017):
[I was really bad at paying attention to varieties this year!]

Dill – Anethum graveolens
Sweet Basil - Ocimum basilicum
Cilantro – Coriandrum sativum
Wildflowers – various drought tolerant species
Mint – Mentha
Long Hot Peppers – Capsicum spp.
Long Sweet Peppers – Capsicum spp.
Watermelon (Sugar Baby) – Citrullus lanatus
Pumpkin (Sugar Pie) – Cucurbita pepo
Hibiscus – Malvaceae
Fennel – Foeniculum vulgare
Mustard Greens – Brassica juncea
Coneflower – Asteraceae
Garlic Chives – Allium tuberosum
Jalapeño Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Black Krim Tomatoes – Solanum lycopersicum
Habanero Peppers – Capsicum chinense
Cantaloupe – Cucumis melo

The Seeds (2015):
Dill – Anethum graveolens
Sweet Basil - Ocimum basilicum
Tomatoes – Solanum lycopersicum
Thai Hot Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Serrano Peppers – Capsicum annuum
Cilantro – Coriandrum sativum
Green Husk Tomatillo – Physalis philadelphica
Wildflowers – various drought tolerant species.

seed packs are limited and the types of seeds are dependent on various factors.

* I'm kinda lazy – cross pollination across varieties may occur and seeds are not guaranteed to produce.
**vegan food stuffs only, please