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Where can the public, not agencies, purchase seeds of Pacific Northwest plants? A Missouri school teacher would like to sprout them in her classroom.
Once the teacher has a list of plants she is seeking (a list which could be developed by looking at books on Pacific Northwest native plants, or by visiting some of the sites linked below), there are a number of ways of finding sources, shown below.
More lists of plants:
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - search by state, and select the box for 'seeds.'
Plant Information Online - search once you have specific plants in mind.
Businesses which specialize in native plants:
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Garden Tool: The Seed Savers Exchange was founded in 1975 to preserve rare heirloom fruit and vegetable varieties. Today thousands of members work together to keep old time cultivars from disappearing forever. Members pay $35.00 a year to support the non-profit organization and receive three publications a year, one of which is the 120-page yearbook/catalog. Membership is not required to purchase seeds and tomato transplants from the online catalog, www.seedsavers.org. Seed Savers Exchange, 3094 North Winn Road, Decorah, IA 52101; (Phone) 563-382-5990.
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April 19 2012 16:02:30