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150 Seeds

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US Imperial
Direct Sow

Number of Plants 0

Weight 0 oz

at 0 seeds per foot


US Imperial

Number of Seeds: 0

Seeds per 100 feet: 0

Our Mission

Restoration Seed's Mission Statement

To restore the circle of heirloom and new savable seeds. To provide food sovereignty to our friends and families by providing 100% savable seeds. To support family farmers as a fair trade link to customers.


These seeds are alive with love and positive energy. May they enrich your body, awaken your spirit and fill you with a peace that radiates to all around you. We are thankful for the opportunity to share our seeds with you and are humbled by your support. You Inspire us to be our best each and every day. With eternal gratitude.

We Are Here for a Purpose

We are only here for a short time, yet our lifestyle makes a lasting impact. Can we leave our home better than we found it through our daily work? As a retired big wall rock and ice climber, having lived off-the-grid high in the mountains of Telluride, Colorado I have a deep appreciation for how brief life is and how deeply one can love the whole of creation. 

Our Reason For Being

Restoration Seeds grew out of a small group of Southern Oregon farmers who grow seeds for farmers and gardeners. Open pollinated seeds remain at the heart of a company that now ships to all 50 states and around the world. We recognized that because only OP seeds can be saved and grown true to type, they are the foundation of our food security and sovereignty.

We know modern farming takes habitat from other species. So let's give back by putting diverse family farms to the front of the line to supply seeds for you. We are part of the new breed of sustainable permaculture farmers, making a living by restoring diversity.

— Chuck Burr, founder Restoration Seeds


Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis. — Yvon Chouinard

Man belongs to the earth. Earth does not belong to man. — Daniel Quinn