The Green Pages: Adaptive Seeds (E-Commerce Companies)

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Physical address: Wilmette valley, Oregon

E-Commerce Companies
Main Product(s): Vegetables

Reviews and Endorsements:
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- Rare and heritage varieties
- Oregon and Northwest-bred
- Public domain, modern varieties
- Adaptivars, grexes, and landraces
- OP varieties for commercial growers
- Winter garden varieties
- Early-maturing and northern-adapted varieties
- Highly nutritious staple foods

Here is a great Kale mix I am looking forward to growing:
"A diverse genepool mix of 17 oleracea kales and their crosses. Nick Routledge trialed the 17 kales collected on our 2007 Seed Ambassadors trip and this is what happened the next spring. This grex contains a lot of very interesting diversity of kales not available in the US, not just curly green kales. A combination of Hoj Amager Grunkohl (DK), Madeley (UK), Westphalian (UK), Westland Winter (UK), Westländer Winter (DE), Asparagus Kale (IR, UK), 1,000 Headed kale (DE), Roter Krauskohl (DE), Altmarker Braun (DE), Baltic Red (SE), Blonde Butter of Jalhay (BE), Butterkohl (DE), Nicki's Cut'N'Come Again (IE), Shetland (UK), Hellerbutter Kohl (CH), Cavolo Nero di Toscana (IT), and Ostfriesische Palm (CH). The resulting mix contains the most incredibly vigorous kales we have ever seen – some plants grew 4' tall in 8" of potting soil on top of some serious hardpan topsoil. If you like a mix of diverse kales in your life, this is it."

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