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Locally Grown Natural Garden Seeds

20+ years of growing Open Pollinated and Heirloom seeds of all kinds (for zone 2B gardens and above) from our 155-acre family farm in NW Alberta.

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What We Do


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We produce organic vegetable seeds that are affordable, short season, and savable so you can build your own stock. We also teach on all topics to do with seeds and self-sufficiency, soil, gardening and health promotion.

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We have over 1500 different seeds available for various growing regions, climates, soil types, and levels of experience for individuals & families.

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We offer a seasonal U-Pick garden, strawberry patch and custom grown bedding plants in our greenhouse. All plants must be ordered by February 15 of each year.

Meet us

Our Seed Farm in Numbers


1500+

seeds on offer

155

total acres

20+

years in business

100%

satisfied customers

Why You’ll Love Us

There is never been a better time to eat fresh. On our farm we work in harmony with nature. We’re committed to teaching others about food, soil and being sef-reliant and resilient. So we focus on:

  • Delicious
  • Ethical
  • Sustainable
  • Seasonal
  • Nutritionally dense foods

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Excellent Seeds”

Your seeds have always grown well for me here in Alberta. I have tried other seed companies, and your seeds always do the best.

Corinne

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Love the variety”

Wow! What an amazing list of seeds!

Hayley

Rating: 4 out of 5.

“Fantastic quality”

I really appreciate the quality of the information in your presentation. We loved coming out and learning about seeds and saving them.

Mariann

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News and Event links


  • Squashes
    We have a few fresh squashes to sell. These beauties will bake or freeze or keep for later use at room Temperature well into the winter. Ones pictured are all edible soup kinds. Crosses between Uncle Dave’s Dakota Dessert, andContinue reading “Squashes”
  • Potato/JA Harvest
    Yes, we had a drought and yes it was a poor year for many garden crops. We had none of most things we normally do, such as beets, peas and carrots. We did manage to get the harvest in andContinue reading “Potato/JA Harvest”
  • Here it comes again!
    As we move into 2021’s summer and the graduation of humanity out of chaos, we are pleased to present a live event for you to enjoy. Born from the love of local food and community, the Rural Roots Farmer ShowcaseContinue reading “Here it comes again!”