Some Last Words
If anyone is interested in older varieties or ones not readily available commercially, I invite them to become members of Seeds of Diversity Canada (formerly Heritage Seed Program), Box 36, Station Q, Toronto, ON, M4T 2L7 (website: www.seeds.ca) I will send you our brochure on request. One of the activities promoted by SoDC is Seedy Saturdays (and Sundays), held in various locations throughout Canada in the winter and early spring. Each one is a day of buying, selling and swapping seeds as well as talks, displays and other educational events. I plan to attend the following ones:
Yorkton Saturday February 23, 2013
I would be happy to meet any customers who come to these events, and will bring seed orders with me. There will also be events in Winnipeg, Brandon & Red Deer which I would love to attend but cannot this year. For a listing of all Seedy Saturdays throughout Canada visit www.seeds.ca
The SAFE SEED INITIATIVE has joined with a number of seed companies to create
Our website address is: www.prseeds.caThis entire catalogue can be found there, including a somewhat longer list of flower seeds. You will have to print the order form, fill it out and send it in the mail with your payment. You may send your order via e mail as well (email@example.com). However, you will still need to send payment via Canada Post, and orders will only be shipped once payment is received. The cost of this catalogue is $2.50, so even if you request one via email, you will still have to send payment by mail.
A big thank you is due to my sisters Betty Ternier Daniels and Judy Ternier. They have
been very generous in providing seeds for my catalogue from their gardens. A final
thank you goes to my wife Marie-Louise for all the work she has done with me on this
catalogue, and for supporting and loving the farmer for the past 33 years.
Looking forward to serving you,