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Heirloom vegetables are varieties that are generally over 50 years old and have been bred over time in a specific bioregion. By growing heirloom vegetables in your garden, you are growing plants that have been adapted to the specific climate considerations of your location. In the Pacific Northwest, our heirloom vegetables are adapted to cool summer evenings and potentially, abundant rain until July. Heirloom plants are not genetically modified. These varieties are open-pollinated, which means that they need natural means for pollination, such as insects or the wind. If you like, you can save the seeds of your plants at the end of the season. We know you will love these selections.


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