This e-book is for you if . . .
- You want to be self-reliant and save seeds to grow your own produce with confidence
- You are ready to stop spending hundreds of dollars on seeds each spring
- You enjoy starting your vegetable garden from seed
This e-book is not for you if . . .
- You already know how to save vegetable seeds
- You want to start your garden from nursery transplants
- You would rather purchase seeds annually from a catalogue or store
What you get . . .
This e-book contains 33 pages of colorful graphic design with high quality photos of the seeds you will be saving and the plants they grow from. You will learn the entire process of seed saving – from choosing the right seeds – to growing healthy plants – to harvesting and storing your seeds. After reading this seed saving guide, you will understand how to manage pollination and genetic preservation so that you don’t end up with accidental hybrids or plants that lose vigor in future generations.
Why this book is different?
This e-book is designed to save you time while teaching you the knowledge of seed saving in a quick, simple to read format. There are seed saving books out there with hundreds of pages, and there are online resources that teach you the equivalent of one page at a time. With this book, you can make sure you don’t miss any crucial information while avoiding hours of researching or reading through extra text. This e-book can be read in a single weekend so you can start saving seeds from your garden with confidence right away!
What information is included?
- A 33 page .pdf document with unlimited instant downloads
- How to choose the right seeds
- Pollination and breeding techniques
- Tips for producing a good seed set
- How to determine seed maturity
- Specific instructions to save seeds from 20 vegetable species
- Population size and isolation distance for each plant
- When and how to harvest seeds
- Long term seed storage requirements
- Printable pages to start your own seed library
- Helpful links to additional resources
Which types of vegetables are in the book?
Learn to save the following vegetable seeds: bean, beet, broccoli, carrot, corn, cucumber, eggplant, garlic, lettuce, melon, okra, onion, pepper, potato, radish, spinach, squash, tomato, watermelon, wheat. Many of these pages include seed saving information for other members of each species including which plants will and won’t cross-pollinate.
What if I want to save seeds from vegetables that aren’t in this book?
The information you learn from this e-book will help you identify the methods and techniques needed to save seeds from any flower, pod, fruit or grain so that you will be able to employ them with other cultivars. Once you begin to see the patterns in seed saving techniques, you will be able to save seeds from any of your garden vegetables.
Need help after purchase?
The great thing about purchasing this e-book through my blog is that you can contact me, the product designer, directly. Just visit my Contact Me page and send me a message. I would be happy to help resolve any issues or questions.
I hope you enjoy reading this e-book!