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Victory Heirloom Seed Company - Preserving the future, one seed at a time!

 "Preserving the future,
one seed at a time." ™



•  Find Your Frost Date

•  Hardiness Zone Maps

•  Garden Planting Guide

•  U.S. Ag Extension Links

•  "Why Heirlooms?" - FAQ

•  "A Case for Heirlooms"

•  Glossary of Terms

•  Seed Saving Tips

•  Glossary of Terms

•  Vegetable Origins

•  Scoville Units

•  Measurement Conversion


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All of our rare and heirloom seeds are public domain, open-pollinated, non-hybrid and chemically untreated. No chemicals, unstable hybrids, patented or genetically engineered seeds!
 

Vegetable Origins

You have probably heard the old adage, "if you want to catch a fish, you need to think like a fish!"  I would submit to you that the same thinking can be applied to gardening.  If you want to be more successful growing a certain plant, you need to know that plant!

The first bit of knowledge that you must learn is where different species originated from.  This gives you a basic understanding of the optimal growing conditions for that species and what conditions you will need to replicate in your own garden in order to reap a harvest from your efforts.

Africa Asia Central & South America Europe /Asia Europe North America New Zealand

Okra

Sorghum

Watermelon

Broad bean

Cress

Cucumber

Endive

Lettuce

Muskmelon

Onion

Pea

Radish

Rhubarb

Spinach

Bush Bean

Kidney Bean

Eggplant

Runner Bean

Corn (Maize)

Cucumber

Pumpkin

Pepper

Winter Squash

Tomato

Asparagus

Chinese Cabbage

Cauliflower

Carrot

Beet

Pole Beans

Brussels Sprouts

Cabbage

Celery

Swiss Chard

Kale

Kohl Rabi

Leeks

Parsley

Parsnip

Rutabaga (Swedes)

Turnips

Summer Squash

New Zealand Spinach

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