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Territorial Seed Company 🌱  Seeds, plants, garlic, and garden accessories, including organic and biodynamic varieties. 100% non-GMO. info@territorialseed.com

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Little lavenders growing and waiting to go to someone’s home! 😍
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Demand is very high for our plants this year for all of our ship dates, and supplies are limited. Order deadline for the early-April shipment is just two weeks away, but we may sell out prior to that date. Order now for best availability. Link in bio. #territorialseedcompany

In part 4 of our Plant to Packet series, #TerritorialTom shows you how we clean our lettuce seed. Link in bio for the full video! #PlantToPacket
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ICYMI: Parts 1, 2 and 3 can be found on our YouTube channel as well. #territorialseedcompany

Who has their peas in the ground already?
What else have you started—indoor or out?
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Check out this lush stand of Nutra Blend cover crop (a mix of peas and oats) at our trial fields. During the winter months when these fields are fallow the cover crops are hard at work improving the soil! #territorialseedcompany

Punxsutawney Phil predicts six more weeks of winter, but with temps in the high 60s today we've all got spring fever pretty bad over here! 😎 #daydreaming #territorialseedcompany

Day dreaming of summer and the taste of fresh peppers and tomatoes 🌶🍅 What are you looking forward to most about summer?
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#Repost @fallbrightfarm
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Why are we SO excited about our new seed haul from @territorialseedcompany? Well first of all, we gotta replenish what we lost to the mice (see Saturday’s post) but most of all we are stoked to plant out our NEW veggie beds!
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We’ve been prepping them all winter-laying down sheet mulch, spreading compost, and of course hauling rocks. So these seeds represent the future!
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I know that to many northern growers out there it may seem premature, but our growing season here is almost year-round. Especially with a super mild winter like this one. That means seeds start getting planted in February.
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One step closer to our goal of 50% sustainability. Am I being too optimistic? Putting too much weight on an order of seeds? Nah!! Here’s to the future!
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#seedtoplate #seeds #vegetablegarden #growyourownfood #gardenplanning #oregongrown #fallbrightfarm #handsonliving #newgarden #springmood #seedorder #garden #gardengoals #nongmoseeds #growveggies #dreaming #goals #springgarden #gardeners #startfromseed #nospray #organicgarden #homesteadinglife #farmlife #growyourown #oregonfarm #nospraygarden #oregonhomestead #territorialseedcompany

Lettuce is one of the most beautiful garden crops 😍🌱#Repost @ourswampyacres
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I love this lettuce ✨💚 It’s time to place my seed order!!
#raisedbedgarden #growyourownfood #territorialseedcompany

It may surprise some gardeners that brassicas such as cauliflower are biennial plants. This means that the plants’ lifespan is 2 years; they will grow the first year and bloom in their second year. Some brassica varieties will form a flower the same season they are planted because they have a vernalization temperature that is similar to the temperature of their growing season. Vernalization temperature is the point (after a certain amount of time) at which the plant “thinks” it has gone through a winter and begins flower initiation. In a cauliflower’s case the flower is its curd. Most spring and summer cauliflower varieties have a high vernalization, whereas fall, winter, and overwintering varieties have progressively lower vernalization points.
We experienced a great example of this at our trial grounds last week. After evaluating one particular cauliflower in our fall-planted field, we snuck down to our spring-planted field to steal some leeks for dinner (to evaluate their flavor, of course). Glancing over to the area where our spring-planted cauliflower were, we noticed one variety standing strong and producing some really beautiful, dense crowns! The rest of the plantings had succumbed to frost and time.
Imagine our surprise when we checked our database and found that we were looking at the same variety—one was planted in late summer for our fall trials, and the other had been set out in May for summer trials. This particular variety clearly has a low vernalization temperature, so the spring-planted crop had not initiated crown formation through the summer or fall. Both plantings were at the same developmental stage even though they had been started months apart.
Different varieties of flowering brassica crops such as broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage have been bred for production in different seasons, so they have different vernalization temperatures. This is a great example of why we trial extensively to make sure that we can recommend the right variety for the right season.
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Evaluating cabbages in our fall/winter trials today. Savoys give us all the heart eyes 😍😍 #territorialseedcompany #wintergarden

Love the bold colors of Dragon Tongue mustard. #territorialseedcompany #wintergarden

It’s like unwrapping a present! Swipe 👉🏼👉🏼
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#territorialseedcompany #wintergarden

Kale seed crop 😍🌱
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#territorialseedcompany #growyourown #seedcrop

New year. New garden. Happy 2018 everyone! #territorialseedcompany

The garlic is peeking through in our trials 👀👀 #territorialseedcompany

Let the planning begin! Who has received their catalog already?! #Repost @ttteddy
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Winter schemin’ 🌱🌱🌱

We hope you all have a wonderful holiday weekend. Start checking your mailboxes the day after Christmas for our 2018 spring catalog! #territorialseedcompany #officepet #itsbeginningtolookalotlikespringtime

Celebrating the winter solstice with some fresh Brussels sprouts. #territorialseedcompany #wintergarden

While you are waiting for your 2018 spring catalog to arrive in the mail, you can start perusing new items online now! Link in bio.
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#territorialseedcompany #itsthemostwonderfultimeoftheyear #spring2018

Fresh carrots harvested on a cold December day. #territorialseedcompany #wintergarden #freshfoodyearround

Our 2018 spring catalog will be in home in just a couple weeks! Here is a sneak peek of a new variety that will be included:

Habanada Pepper
(OP) 70 days. This nearly fire-free habanero offers all the delicious, fruity, tropical flavor of a standard habanero but without the burn. At fully ripe—a glowing orange, Habanada has its most well-developed and complex flavor. A true treat to eat regardless of preparation. Compact plants are great for small spaces or containers. Developed at Cornell University.

Request a 2018 catalog using the link in our bio. #territorialseedcompany

Checking in with Andrea in the germ lab to see the results of the radishes she put in the germination chamber last week. #territorialseedcompany

Check out all that arugula seed! Harvested, washed and now drying! #territorialseedcompany #sowmanyseeds

Here is a sneak peek of the cover art for our 2018 spring catalog. Catalogs will be in home the end of December/early January, so if you aren't already on our mailing list and you'd like to receive one please request one using the link in our bio. #territorialseedcompany
Cover art by Joneile Emery: joneileemery.com

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