Originally published in Smoky Mountain Living Magazine, Gardener’s Corner (a Q&A series for gardeners by Chris Smith). The term heirloom is often misused and misunderstood, which is why this is one of the most asked questions at Sow True Seed. Open-pollinated or OP seeds will produce a plant that will produce seeds that, if saved … Continue reading
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