Full Circle Seeds.
Certified organic Vegetable, herb, flower and grain seeds grown on Vancouver Island and certified organic seed potatoes from Across the Creek.
Ravensong Seeds / Fireweed Farm
“Ravensong Seeds is a small seed business located on the Saanich Peninsula near Victoria BC Canada. We grow all of our seeds organically without the use of pesticides, chemicals, or GMOs. We specialize in medicinal herbs, with a selection of culinary herbs, veggies, garlic native plants, flowers, and enthnobotanicals. All of our varieties are also open-pollinated, which means they are true species from which you can save your own seeds in your home gardens.
Ravensong seeds are grown in our home farm location at Fireweed Farm & School (fireweedschool.com) in the village of Brentwood Bay. At Fireweed Farm you will find our main seed-saving and demonstration garden with a collection of over 200 different herb varieties, a small farm shop, and seasonal workshops on herbal medicine. We also produce a line of high quality herbal products with the herbs we grow under the name Miss Mullein’s Herbals.
Brother Nature Organic Seeds.
Gordon and Coral Brinck
Brother Nature Organic Seeds has been growing and selling Certified Organic, Openly Pollinated Vegetable, Herb, Annual & Perennial seed for 14 years now.
Our Certified Organic seed is grown is West Saanich, on Vancouver Island where we are blessed with abundant summer sunshine, pure clean water and excellent growing conditions.
Our mission is simple. To provide you the buyer, with seeds for a complete bio diverse garden, grown from an inexpensive, reliable eco-friendly seed source. Feedback has been excellent over the years and we will continue to strive to meet the ever growing public desire, to grow healthy chemical free plants.
We also germination test all our seed. We adjust our quantities in proportion to germination ratios, so that provided proper conditions, you should realize as many plants as the seed quantities states on the package or more.
Good Earth Farms
Heather Mills and Simon Toole
We are Simon Toole and Heather Mills and we have a passion for saving seed and growing delicious food. All of our seeds are grown by us, open pollinated, untreated and many are heirlooms. We started our business in 2002 and got our own farm in 2004. We grow all naturally and are deeply committed to sustainable local growing. We are thankful to have the opportunity to grow in such a beautiful valley and for the undying support of our customers.
Salt Spring Seeds.
Since 1988 we’ve been supplying seeds to farmers and gardeners, promoting organic growing, and encouraging people to save their own seed. We carry lots of very special grains, beans, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
All our seeds are untreated, open-pollinated and non-GMO. We grow all our own seeds and sell only our most recent harvest.
Sweet Rock Farm
Omega Blue Farms.
Seeds of Diversity.
Administrator, Seeds of Diversity
Seeds of Diversity is a Canadian charitable organization whose members and volunteers work to preserve the biodiversity in our food. We believe that when people save seeds, they are helping build a self-reliant food system,and creating a new relationship with the plants, pollinators and seeds that keep people fed.
Our work includes maintaining an extensive seed library, supporting “Seedy Saturday” events across the country, running a Canada-wide seed savers exchange network, and more.
We say: Join us! Become part of a growing movement of seed savers, gardeners, eaters and anyone interested in building a strong and vibrant seed system.
Fiona Hamersley Chambers
Metchosin Farm is owned and operated by Fiona Hamersley Chambers, an ethnobotanist, seed farmer and educator and who grew up homesteading with her family in Nuu-chah-nulth territory on the remote west coast of Vancouver Island. Now growing 280+ seed crops.
Small Island Seed Co.
My name is Richard Kuehnel. my partner Alexandra and I own and operate a small independent seed farm on Protection Island, BC. We specialize in rare, unusual, and perennial food food crops, and strive to encourage biodiversity across Vancouver Island and beyond.