organic, regionally adapted seeds to surround you with abundance
We strive to make organic gardening in short seasons easier and more abundant, sharing seeds we grow and everything we know.
Sowing our seed means more abundance for you and for future generations, as well ⭐️
If you want to grow more with less, sow organic seeds. Just as your health is linked to the health of your parents, organic seeds are harvested from organic plants. Organic seeds, compared to conventional seeds, are more likely to:
-grow more extensive root systems (rather than waiting to be fed chemical, soluble nutrients like MiracleGro)
-compete with weeds (rather than waiting to be sprayed by Round Up)
-have robust immune systems to fight insects & disease (rather than be sprayed with conventional chemicals for such things)
Also, because they are not food crops, conventional seed crops are sprayed much more (and often with much harsher chemicals) than crops that are directly consumed by people.
The oaks that grow in the New York are very different from the oaks growing in California.
Seeds adapt to the environments they grows in.
Most seeds are adapted to thrive in California, where much of our nation’s produce is grown. (Industrial food systems serve industry/business as usual, rather than regional markets.) Fruition's focus is on flavor as well as:
-early maturity (check out August Ambrosia, our super early watermelon)
-cold hardiness (check out Red Russian, our kale that overwinters uncovered)
If you prefer lettuce from your garden to lettuce shipped in 2,000 miles away, we’re excited for you to experience regionally adapted seed in your garden ⭐️
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