Genetics of good seeds

It is relatively easy to save seeds from flowers, fruits and vegetables. Pictured here are seeds from cosmos, hollyhocks, nasturtiums, sunflowers, calendula, chocolate flower and Chadwick cherry tomatoes.



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It is relatively easy to save seeds from flowers, fruits and vegetables. Pictured here are seeds from cosmos, hollyhocks, nasturtiums, sunflowers, calendula, chocolate flower and Chadwick cherry tomatoes.

Long before seed companies existed, gardeners collected seeds from their best-performing plants to start next year’s garden. Now, it’s convenient to just purchase seeds and plants…




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