Video: How to Save Seeds from Your Garden

Saving your own seeds from your garden is a rewarding practice and over time it will adapt your veggies to your garden’s specific microclimate. Here are a few tips for new seed savers and some veggies to get started with.

For a more detailed description on how to save seeds, check out this article here.


Pruning Shears
Save this product
Steve and I agree that this is hands-down the best pruning shears out there!
 Fish & Seaweed Fertilizer
Save this product
Neptune's Harvest
I add this mineral-rich seaweed fertilizer to my vegetables throughout the growing season to increase the vitality and productivity of my garden.
EarthWorm Castings
Save this product
Uncle Jim's Worm Farm
If you don’t want to invest in a worm farm, the next best thing is adding “black gold” to your soil!
Foam Twist Ties
Save this product
Gardener's Supply Company
These foam twisties make it easy to tie vegetables up to a trellis for support without damaging the plant and they’re reusable.
Subscribe to Wild + Whole
Be the first to learn about Wild + Whole recipes, cooking techniques, and tips for growing or raising food to make you more confident in the kitchen, garden, and the outdoors
Save this article