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  1. 1. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 1 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks Books100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American 100 Vegetables and Where They Came FromGarden 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden Preserved 100 Vegetables and Where They Came From By William by families, collected by seed savers, passed around among Woys Weaver; Illustrated by Signe Sundberg-Hall Hardback farmers, heirloom tomatoes are now being sought out by , 336 pages ISBN: 9781565122383 (1565122380) Published more and more home gardeners as an alternative to the by Algonquin Books about 100 Vegetables and Where They bland sameness of commercial hybrids. And happily, these Came From A perfect leek from France. Flavorful zucchini growers are discovering that heirlooms are not only vastly from Italy. An infamous potato from Ireland, and a humble more flavorful, but are just as hardy and easy to cultivate lentil from Ethiopia. 100 Vegetables offers a veritable as the hybrids. Dr. Carolyn J. Male, who has raised more cornucopia of vegetables and stories from around the than a thousand heirloom tomatoes, here presents 100 world--from Argentina to Zimbabwe, from Australia to the consistently top-performing varieties for North American United States. William Woys Weaver--veggie connoisseur, gardeners. There are red tomatoes, yellow tomatoes, green, gardener, and historian--guides us through a range of orange, purple, and even black tomatoes--like Black from peppers, potatoes, peas, gourds, onions, tomatoes, greens, Tula, with green shoulders and a dusky rose-black coloring. and a whole lot more. Not every carrot is the same. All There are cherry tomatoes, too--try Martino's Roma, beans aren't equal. Take the Petaluma Gold RushSKU Price a paste with spectacular yield and built-in tolerance SKU Price bean, a rugged legume, grown for over 150 years and16681 16.95 of blossom end rot. For every gardener, no matter how 16783 18.95 brought to California by an American whaler from Peru.experienced, here's everything you need to know to grow and harvest tomatoes with real Or the violet carrot, which the Greeks brought back from India following the conquests oftaste. About Carolyn J. Male Carolyn J. Male, Ph.D., is a professor of microbiology at the College Alexander the Great. Mixing history, culinary suggestions, practical information, and personalof Saint Rose in Albany, New York. She is also a major voice on AOL's tomato forum, and anecdotes, Weaver introduces us to unusual heirloom vegetables as well as to commonan author whose articles appear in Kitchen Gardening, The American Cottage Gardener, and favorites. He provides answers to general questions, such as the difference between a yam and aThe Historical Gardener. Dr. Male scientifically--and lovingly--has raised more than a thousand sweet potato, and presents lively portraits of one hundred vegetable varieties, which he'sdifferent varieties of heirloom tomatoes in her zone 5 garden in upstate New York.     grown and harvested in his own kitchen garden. Organized alphabetically by common name, 100 Vegetables includes beautifully detailed drawings throughout and a helpful appendix of seed resources.     about William Woys Weaver William Woys Weaver is an organic gardener, foodhttp://sustainableseedco.com/-Camellia-Oil.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Everything-is-in-the-mix.htmlBooks BooksNorthwest Herb Lover’s Handbook All the Onions A Guide To Growing Herbs for Cooking, Crafts, and Home All the Onions Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletin A-204 Remedies Mary Preus The soothing smell of lavender, By Betty E. M. Jacobs Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: rosemary's piney flavor, the bright colors of nastur- 9781580172257 (1580172253) Published by Storey tiums . . . herbs are wonderful things! In this handsome Publishing   about All the Onions Choosing right varieties volume, Mary Preus provides a delightful entree into the Seeds, transplants, or sets starting from seed Transplanting world of herbs with detailed instructions on how to grow Care, Harvest and Braiding Pest and Disease List:  Onions, 50 of the most popular herbs and create an herbal lifestyle. Chives, Garlic, Leeks, Potato Onions, Shallots, Egyptian Easy and delicious recipes, herbal crafts and gifts, landscap- Onions and Welsh Onions.   Since 1973, Storey’s Country ing with herbs, traditional and modern medicinal use, Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instruc- aromatherapy--it's all here in The Northwest Herb tions designed to help readers master dozens of country Lover's Handbook. living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity re- flects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life. aboutSKU Price SKU Price Betty E. M. Jacobs With her husband, Betty E. M. Jacobs16498 16.95 16936 3.99 started Canada’s first commercial Herb Farm in 1965 on a southern Vancouver Island. Their experience running this farm for eight years and a lifetime of interest in herbs led to Betty’s book, Growing & Using Herbs Successfully. More about the authorhttp://sustainableseedco.com/100-Heirloom-Tomatoes-for-the-American- http://sustainableseedco.com/100-Vegetables-and-Where-They-Came-From.Sustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  2. 2. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 2 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksAn Herbalist’s Guide to Growing & Using Basic Bread BakingEchinacea An Herbalist’s Guide to Growing &  Using Echinacea A Basic Bread Baking Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin By Kathleen Brown A-198 By Glenn Andrews Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: 9781580172813 (1580172814) 9781580172196 (1580172199) Published by Storey Published by Storey Publishing about An Herbalist’s Guide Publishing   Ingredients that make the difference Basic to Growing & Using Echinacea Since 1973, Storey’s Country Techniques Unleavened breads Tons of recipes Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instruc- tions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life. about Kathleen Brown Author Kathleen Brown is an herbal teacher, writer, and gardener. She is author of Storey’s Herbal Teas and has served as president of the Rocky Moun-SKU Price tain Unit of the Herb Society of America. She presently lives SKU Price16853 3.99 in California. 16941 3.99http://sustainableseedco.com/25-Variety-Retail-Display-Rack.html http://sustainableseedco.com/50-Best-Sellers.htmlBooks BooksBasic Butchering of Livestock & Game Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties Basic Butchering of Livestock & Game By John J. Mettler Pa- Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties The Gardener's perback , 208 pages ISBN: 9780882663913 (0882663917) and Farmer's Guide to Plant Breeding and Seed Published by Storey Publishing   about Basic Butchering of Saving by Carol Deppe   All gardeners and farmers should Livestock & Game This is the book for anyone who hunts, be plant breeders, says author Carol Deppe. Developing farms, or buys large quantities of meat. The author takes new vegetable varieties doesn't require a specialized the mystery out of slaughtering and butchering everything education, a lot of land, or even a lot of time. It can be from beef and veal, to venison, pork, and lamb. The text done on any scale. It's enjoyable. It's deeply is clear and easy-to-follow. Combined with 130 detailed rewarding. You can get useful new varieties much faster illustrations by Elayne Sears, the reader is provided with than you might suppose. And you can eat your mistakes. complete, step-by-step instructions. Here is everything you Authoritative and easy-to-understand, Breed Your Own need to know: At what age to butcher an animal How to Vegetable Varieties: The Gardener's and Farmer's kill, skin, slaughter, and butcher How to dress out game in Guide to Plant Breeding and Seed Saving is the only guide a field Salting, smoking, and preserving Tools, equipment, to plant breeding and seed saving for the serious home the setup More than thirty recipes using all kinds of meat gardener and the small-scale farmer or commercial grower.SKU Price about John J. Mettler John J. Mettler, Jr., D.V.M., is a retired SKU Price Discover: how to breed for a wide range of different traits16929 16.95 large-animal veterinarian in upstate New York and has 16405 27.95 (flavor, size, shape, or color; cold or heat tolerance; pestwritten several books on animals, including Basic Butchering of Livestock & Game and Horse and disease resistance; and regional adaptation) how to save seed and maintain varieties howSense. An avid sportsman, his appreciation of the noble turkey was the inspiration for his most to conduct your own variety trials and other farm- or garden-based research how to breed forrecent book, Wild Turkeys. John has written on a broad range of veterinary topics for various performance under organic or sustainable growing methods In this one-size-fits-all worldmagazines and has written a veterinary column for American Agriculturist for over 20 years. He of multinational seed companies, plant patents, and biotech monopolies, more and morehas professional memberships that include the New York State Veterinary Medical Society (past gardeners and farmers are recognizing that they need to “take back their seeds.” They need tochairman), the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the Society for Theriogenology, save more of their own seed, grow and maintain the best traditional and regional varieties,and the American Veterinary Medical Association. and develop more of their own unique new varieties. Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties: The Gardener's and Farmer's Guide to Plant Breeding and Seed Saving shows the way,http://sustainableseedco.com/50-Variety-Retail-Display-Rack.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Abe-Lincoln-Tomato-Seed.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  3. 3. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 3 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksCarrots Love Tomatoes Cold-Climate Gardening Carrots Love Tomatoes Secrets of Companion Planting for Cold-Climate Gardening How to Extend Your Growing Successful Gardening By Louise Riotte Paperback , 224 Season by at Least 30 Days By Lewis Hill Paperback , 320 pages ISBN: 9781580170277 (1580170277) Published by pages ISBN: 9780882664415 (0882664417) Published by Storey Publishing about Carrots Love Tomatoes This classic Storey Publishing   about Cold-Climate Gardening Early and has now taught generations of gardeners how to use the late grosts, arctic winds, an dinhospitable terrain are just a natural benefits of plants to protect and support each few of the obstacles facing those who garden in the icebox other. Here is a reader’s complete reference to which plants region of the United States and Canada. Lewis Hill has nourish the soil, which keep away bugs and pests, and spent a lifetime in northern Vermont, and is undaunted by which plants just don’t get along. Here is a complete guide the challenges of weather and climate. His system for how to using companion planting to grow a better garden. to garden more and better in the time that you do have 555,000 copies in print. about Louise Riotte Beloved is covered in this extensive 308-page guide. Cold-Climate Storey author and life-long gardener Louise Riotte passed Gardening has much information that will prove invaluable away in 1998 at the age of 89. She wrote 12 books on to northern gardeners: how to grow food, how to land- gardening, companion planting, and garden lore, among scape, techniques to employ that will protect vulnerableSKU Price them the ever-popular Carrots Love Tomatoes, which has SKU Price plantings, how to warm up the soil earlier, and which16774 14.95 sold approximately 515,000 copies. Her father taught her 16926 16.95 species are appropriate to your area. Not just for those whoto believe in and practice astrology, while her mother was a practicing herbalist. Together they live in the snow belt, this book will also be useful to those who garden in microclimates (such asinevitably influenced her life and her books, Roses Love Garlic, Astrological Gardening, Sleeping deep valleys or hillsides) or for those who want to extend their gardening season in any climate.with a Sunflower, Catfish Ponds & Lily Pads, and her most recent book, Raising Animals by the Horticulture has deemed it “an immensely useful book,...written with style, wit, and clarity....”Moon. Her own line drawings are included in all her books. Before authoring books, Riotte was You will garner advice, tips, guidance, and encouragement necessary to have a successfula ghost writer for Simon & Schuster and for Jerry Baker’s radio gardening show, and she wrote a gardening season in spite of Mother Nature's ravages. about Lewis Hill Lewis Hill has beennumber of articles for Organic Gardening as well. Riotte took pride in her garden near her home a nurseryman for more than 55 years. He is the author of 15 books (half written in collaborationin Ardmore, Oklahoma, which her son Eugene helped care for in her later years. with his wife, Nancy Hill) that total more than 600,000 copies in print. Lewis's Secrets of Plant Propagation was selected by American Horticultural Society as one of its choices for thehttp://sustainableseedco.com/Ace-55-Tomato-Seeds.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Alaskan-Fancy-Tomato-Seeds.htmlBooks BooksCold-Climate Gardening Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape and All Climates Cold-Climate Gardening How to Extend Your Growing Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape and All Climates Second Season by at Least 30 Days By Lewis Hill Paperback , 320 Edition by Robert Kourik   Drip irrigation is the best way to pages ISBN: 9780882664415 (0882664417) Published by help any plant flourish and survive tough times, especially Storey Publishing Early and late grosts, arctic winds, an short or long droughts. Pick the wrong “stuff dinhospitable terrain are just a few of the obstacles facing ” and you easily can feel overwhelmed. Robert those who garden in the icebox region of the United States Kourik’s Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape and and Canada. Lewis Hill has spent a lifetime in northern All Climates clearly explains how to use less water yet Vermont, and is undaunted by the challenges of weather increase the yields of vegetables and promote the growth and climate. His system for how to garden more and better and flowering of all plants—trees, shrubs, and in the time that you do have is covered in this extensive container plants—in any climate, even where it rains 308-page guide. Cold-Climate Gardening has much infor- irregularly. In the tradition of the original groundbreaking mation that will prove invaluable to northern gardeners: book, this fully revised edition incorporates new informa- how to grow food, how to landscape, techniques to employ tion essential for gardeners, including how to manage that will protect vulnerable plantings, how to warm up limited water supplies with precision and efficiency,SKU Price the soil earlier, and which species are appropriate to your SKU Price without the clutter of hundreds of widgets and gizmos,16958 16.95 area. Not just for those who live in the snow belt, this book 16434 24.95 and the knowledge is shared in Kourik’s inimitable,will also be useful to those who garden in microclimates (such as deep valleys or hillsides) or friendly, down-to-earth, and easy-to-understand style.   Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape andfor those who want to extend their gardening season in any climate. Horticulture has deemed All Climates reveals how to: Utilize drip irrigation for everything you grow—trees, shrubs,it “an immensely useful book,...written with style, wit, and clarity....” You will garner advice, hanging plants, container plants, and vegetable and flower gardens —and save up to 50tips, guidance, and encouragement necessary to have a successful gardening season in spite of percent of your water compared to sprinklers. Use a streamlined configuration of hardware andMother Nature’s ravages. about Lewis Hill Lewis Hill has been a nurseryman for more than 55 tubing. Choose the best, sturdiest hardware that will last for decades in your home landscapeyears. He is the author of 15 books (half written in collaboration with his wife, Nancy Hill) that and vegetable garden. Pick tubing that has no emitters punched on the outside—thesetotal more than 600,000 copies in print. Lewis’s Secrets of Plant Propagation was selected by have a tendency to break off—and use this tubing buried beneath the surface to irrigateAmerican Horticultural Society as one of its choices for the “75 Great Garden Books.” The Hills live without losing any water to wind or evaporation. Roll out a drip system in a very short period ofhttp://sustainableseedco.com/Alfalfa.html http://sustainableseedco.com/All-American-Parsnip.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  4. 4. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 4 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksEcological Aquaculture Eggs and Chickens Ecological Aquaculture A Sustainable Solution by Laurence Eggs & Chickens Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin A-17 By Hutchinson Ecological Aquaculture offers a design frame- John Vivian Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: 9780882661919 work for successful ecological aquaculture in all but the (0882661914) Published by Storey Publishing Has a most extreme climates and regions. The systems described chapter on producing your own food! are not wasteful or polluting; they are self-sustaining. While primarily aimed at people with a freshwater resource who want to make use of it in a sustainable way, Ecological Aquaculture is also a work of groundbreaking ideas and practices for those interested in environmental manage- ment and aquatic ecosystem enhancement and repair. It serves as a reference work for academic research and a practical guide for planning authorities and conservation programs. The book includes two AIDGAP freshwater iden- tification guides. About the Author Laurence HutchinsonSKU Price Laurence Hutchinson evaluates and works on aquaculture SKU Price16515 45 sites in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, 16846 3.99Europe, and Asia. He is a member of the Freshwater Biological Association and the OrganicAquaculture Initiative. ...http://sustainableseedco.com/All-Perennial-Mix.html http://sustainableseedco.com/All-Seasons-Cabbage-Seeds.htmlBooks BooksEverything I Want to Do Is Illegal Family Friendly Farming Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal War Stories from the Local Family Friendly Farming A Multi-Generational Home-Based Food Front by Joel Salatin   Drawing upon 40 years’ Business Testament by   Joel Salatin   Saving the landscape, experience as an ecological farmer and marketer, Joel rebuilding entrepreneurial rural families, and protecting Salatin explains with humor and passion why Americans nutritious food are the themes of this timeless treatise- do not have the freedom to choose the food they purchase hence the word “testament.” Delving into the soul of the and eat. From child labor regulations to food inspection, Salatin family's nationally acclaimed Polyface Farm, bureaucrats provide themselves sole discretion over author Joel Salatin offers Family Friendly Farming as the what food is available in the local marketplace. Their key to dealing with resource issues, food policy, and social system favors industrial, global corporate food systems fabric. With humor and personal stories, he opens his and discourages community-based food commerce, family and farm convictions for all to see, share, and enjoy. resulting in homogenized selection, mediocre quality, and Written from his unabashed “Christian libertarian environ- exposure to nonorganic farming practices. Salatin’s mentalist capitalist” perspective, his ideas are guaranteed expert insight explains why local food is expensive and to encourage and challenge virtually every “ism” in the difficult to find and will illuminate for the reader a deeper culture. It will captivate anyone passionate about healingSKU Price understanding of the industrial food complex. About SKU Price the land, healing families, and healing the food supply. For16431 23.95 the Author Joel Salatin Called “the high priest of the 16435 35 several decades young people have been leaving the familypasture” by The New York Times, Joel Salatin likes to refer to himself as a “Christian-libertarian- farm. The ones left behind are now responsible for society's greatest resources: clean landenvironmentalist-lunatic farmer.” He lives with his family on Polyface Farm in the Shenandoah and clean food. Anyone dedicated to preserving these resources will find in these pages a non-Valley of Virginia. Salatin has developed a system of pasture rotation that produces nutrient-rich governmental, self-empowerment approach to environmentalism and food safety. The heart ofgrass and maximizes the composting of animal waste. Each species on the farm is dependent on this book is aimed toward parents tired of their Dilbert cubicle at the end of the expressway whoanother. The cows, for example, eat the nutrient rich grass in Pasture A and then are moved to want to reconnect with their children through a pastoral lifestyle. It's written for anyonePasture B. The chickens then move to Pasture A where they pick through the cow pies ... who yearns to grow old working with and being adored by value-sharing grandchildren and honored by passionate, productive adult children. Family Friendly Farming can make any family business more viable and any family more functional. The ten-chapter section on how to get thehttp://sustainableseedco.com/All-the-Onions.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Almond-Honey-Handmade-Soap.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  5. 5. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 5 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksFast and Easy Ways to Cook Vegetables Favorite Pickles & Relishes Fast and Easy Ways to Cook Vegetables Storey Country Favorite Pickles & Relishes Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin Wisdom Bulletin A-105 By Penny Noepel Paperback , 32 A-91 By Andrea Chesman Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: pages ISBN: 9780882665214 (0882665219) Published by 9780882663340 (0882663348) Published by Storey Storey Publishing   Publishing     about Favorite Pickles & Relishes Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life. about Andrea Chesman Andrea Chesman is the author of several cookbooks, includ- ing, Mom’s Best Desserts and Mom’s Best One-Dish Suppers. She lives in Vermont with her husbandSKU Price SKU Price and two growing sons.16848 3.99 16893 3.99http://sustainableseedco.com/Alpine-Tomato-Seeds.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Amber-Colored-Tomato-Seeds.htmlBooks BooksFertilizers for Free Food Drying Techniques Fertilizers for Free Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletin Food Drying Techniques Storey's Country Wisdom Bul- A-203 By Charles Siegchrist Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: letin A-197 By Carol W. Costenbader Paperback , 32 pages 9781580172240 (1580172245) Published by Storey ISBN: 9781580172189 (1580172180) Published by Storey Publishing   about Fertilizers for Free Since 1973, Storey’s Publishing   Blanching Air-drying Sun-drying Dehydrator Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on Oven-drying Pasteurizing Packing Rehydrating Fruit Leath- instructions designed to help readers master dozens of ers Drying Herbs Drying Meats about Food Drying Tech- country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more niques Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popular- have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to ity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life. and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common de- sire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life. about Carol W. Costenbader Food writer Carol Costenbader has cooked and preservedSKU Price SKU Price homegrown fruits, herbs, and vegetables for more than16959 3.99 16938 3.99 35 years. Besides The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest, her books include Storey's Well-Stocked Pantry Series: Mustards, Ketchups & Vinegars and Preserving Fruits & Vegetables. Second in command of the family vegetable garden and a volunteer cook at Christian Ministries Homeless Shelter, Carol is founder of The Health Adventure and Friends of the Health Adventure, a good health teaching facility. Carol and her family divide their time between central Florida and the mountains of North Carolina.http://sustainableseedco.com/American-Purple-Top-Rutabaga-Seed.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Amish-Paste-Tomato-Seeds.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  6. 6. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 6 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksFour-Season Harvest Fresh Food from Small Spaces Four-Season Harvest   Organic Vegetables From Your Fresh Food from Small Spaces The Square-Inch Gardener’s Garden All Year Long BY Eliot Coleman Foreword by Barbara Guide to Year-Round Growing, Fermenting, and Sprouting Damrosch “Four-Season Harvest is a magnificent work. by R. J. Ruppenthal   “Growing some of one’s own food is It's enticing, inspiring, sensible, and it opens a whole vital to understanding the cycle of life on our planet and new world for the home grower.” —Peter Fossel, establishing a measure of independence from the brutality Country Journal If you love the joys of eating home-garden of the global food production system. Unfortunately, many vegetables but always thought those joys had to stop at urban dwellers avoid gardening due to a perceived lack the end of summer, this book is for you. Eliot Coleman of space. Ruppenthal explodes these barriers by showing introduces the surprising fact that most of the United us in cogent hands-on detail how to cultivate meaningful States has more winter sunshine than the south of France. quantities of healthful food from the air, sun, water, and He shows how North American gardeners can successfully earth available to us in our own spaces, no matter how use that sun to raise a wide variety of traditional winter small.” —Stephen and Rebekah Hren, authors of vegetables in backyard cold frames and plastic covered The Carbon-Free Home Books on container gardening have tunnel greenhouses without supplementary heat. Coleman been wildly popular with urban and suburban readers,SKU Price expands upon his own experiences with new ideas learned SKU Price but until now, there has been no comprehensive “how-to”16409 24.95 on a winter-vegetable pilgrimage across the ocean to the 16462 24.95 guide for growing fresh food in the absence of open land.acknowledged kingdom of vegetable cuisine, the southern part of France, which lies on the Fresh Food from Small Spaces fills the gap as a practical, comprehensive, and downright fun44th parallel, the same latitude as his farm in Maine. This story of sunshine, weather patterns, guide to growing food in small spaces. It provides readers with the knowledge and skills neces-old limitations and expectations, and new realities is delightfully innovative in the best garden- sary to produce their own fresh vegetables, mushrooms, sprouts, and fermented foods as well asing tradition. Four-Season Harvest will have you feasting on fresh produce from your garden to raise bees and chickens—all without reliance on energy-intensive systems like indoorall through the winter.   To learn more about the possibility of a four-season farm, please visit lighting and hydroponics. Readers will learn how to transform their balconies and windowsillsColeman's website www.fourseasonfarm.com About the Author Eliot Coleman Eliot has into productive vegetable gardens, their countertops and storage lockers into commercial-over 30 years experience in all aspects of organic farming, including field vegetables, green- quality sprout and mushroom farms, and their outside nooks and crannies into whatever theyhouse vegetables, rotational grazing of cattle and sheep, and range poultry. He is the author of can imagine, including sustainable nurseries for honeybees and chickens. Free space for the cityhttp://sustainableseedco.com/An-Herbalist-s-Guide-to-Growing-Using-Echina- http://sustainableseedco.com/Anaheim-Chili-Pepper.htmlBooks BooksFresh from the Garden Cookbook Wildly Successful Plants Northern California Fresh from the Garden Cookbook Recipes Inspired by From the author of Golden Gate Gardening (over 20,000 Kitchen Gardens Ann Lovejoy In this new book, Ann exu- copies sold) comes this complete guide to the most reli- berantly consolidates her gardening and cooking expertise able, must-have plants for Northern California gardens. into a year-round feast of fruits, vegetables, and herbs, Pam Peirce pinpoints 50 often overlooked main plant complete with color photographs. Her simple, uncluttered species that effortlessly add dazzle to gardens throughout recipes emphasize bright flavors and a creativity centered Northern California. These tough yet beautiful plants on an abundance of fresh produce, from the familiar to bloom yearlong and persevere in gardens despite neglect, the more exotic. Fresh from the Garden will appeal even drought, or frost. This book profiles these “”regional survi- to readers who don’t have a vegetable garden or orchard vors,”” spotlighting such plants as calla lilies, nasturtiums, in their backyard: Thanks to the ever-expanding farmers cineraria, and more. A resource for all gardeners, it includes markets and popular community-supported agriculture chapters on the history, climate, and care of plants, as well programs in the Pacific Northwest, fresh, organic produce is as weeds, annuals, perennials, bulbs, succulentscactus, always easy to come by. and shrubs. It also contains lists of other well-adapted plants beyond those in the 50 species profiled.SKU Price SKU Price16955 22.95 16496 24.95http://sustainableseedco.com/Ancient-Tobacco-Seeds.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Andie-Hulless-Barley.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  7. 7. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 7 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksFrom Vines to Wines Garden Seed Inventory From Vines to Wines The Complete Guide to Growing Grapes Garden Seed Inventory, Sixth Edition An Inventory of Seed and Making Your Own Wine By Jeff Cox Paperback , 256 Catalogs Listing All Nonhybrid Vegetable Seeds Available pages ISBN: 9781580171052 (1580171052) Published by in the United States and Canada by Seed Savers Exchange   Storey Publishing   Create you own backyard winery! From Garden Seed Inventory is an essential reference for all breaking ground to savoring the finished product, Jeff serious vegetable growers who care about seeds and Cox's From Vines to Wines is the most complete and preserving our common garden heritage. This comprehen- up-to-date guide to growing flawless grapes and making sive “catalog of catalogs” is now available in an updated extraordinary wine. Wine connoisseurs, gardeners, and sixth edition, and lists nearly 8,500 nonhybrid varieties home winemakers will find the latest techniques in this of everything from amaranth to zucchini. As traditional fully revised and updated edition. With thorough, illus- plant breeding gives way to bioengineering and patented trated instructions, you'll learn how to: -- Choose and varieties, it has become even more important to recognize prepare a vineyard site -- Construct sturdy and effective and preserve our rich vegetable legacy: seeds brought to trellising systems -- Plant, prune, and harvest the perfect this country by immigrants from every corner of the world, grapes for your climate -- Press, ferment, age and bottle or developed here by farmers and breeders for superiorSKU Price your own wine -- Judge wine for clarity, color, aroma, body, SKU Price taste, regional adaptability, disease resistance, and other16931 18.95 and taste about Jeff Cox Freelance author and journalist 16410 26 virtues. Far from being obsolete or inferior, these varietiesJeff Cox is a contributing editor to Organic Gardening magazine, The Wine News, and is the represent the cream of our vegetable crops. Garden Seed Inventory opens the door and inviteshost of Grow It! on the Home & Garden Television Network. He has written 13 gardening books, us all to discover them.   About the Author Seed Savers Exchange Seed Savers Exchange is aincluding the Storey title From Vines to Wines as well as Seasonal Celebrations, The Perennial nonprofit organization committed to saving heirloom garden seeds from extinction. Founded inGarden (with his wife, Marilyn Cox), The Spirit of Gardening, and Flowers For All Seasons. Jeff is 1975 by Kent and Diane Whealy, SSE now has nearly 8,000 members around the world.a member of the Author's Guild of America, Garden Writers' Association of America,and the San Francisco Professional Food Society. He lives in Kenwood, California.http://sustainableseedco.com/Apricot-Soap.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Arabian-Blue-Hulles-Barley.htmlBooks BooksGrafting Fruit Trees Grow the Best Strawberries Grafting Fruit Trees Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin Grow the Best Strawberries Storey’s Country Wisdom A-35 By Larry Southwick Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: Bulletin A-190 By Louise Riotte Paperback , 32 pages 9780882662091 (0882662090) Published by Storey ISBN: 9781580171588 (1580171583) Published by Storey Publishing Definition of terms Wound Dressing Why Graft? Publishing   Since 1973, Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletins Types of Grafts When to Graft or Bud Source of Scion and have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to Bud Wood Ten Essentials of Successful Grafting Ten most help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly asked questions and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common de- sire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life. about Louise Riotte Beloved Storey author and life-long gardener Louise Riotte passed away in 1998 at the age of 89. She wrote 12 books on gardening, companion planting, and garden lore, among them the ever-popular Carrots Love Tomatoes, which hasSKU Price SKU Price sold approximately 515,000 copies. Her father taught her16826 3.99 16960 3.99 to believe in and practice astrology, while her mother was a practicing herbalist. Together they inevitably influenced her life and her books, Roses Love Garlic, Astrological Gardening, Sleeping with a Sunflower, Catfish Ponds & Lily Pads, and her most recent book, Raising Animals by the Moon. Her own line drawings are included in all her books. Before authoring books, Riotte was a ghost writer for Simon & Schuster and for Jerry Baker’s radio gardening show, and she wrote a number of articles for Organic Gardening as well. Riotte took pride in her garden near her home in Ardmore, Oklahoma, which her son Eugene helped care for in her later years.http://sustainableseedco.com/Ararat-Hellfrucht-Tomato-Seeds.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Arctic-King-Lettuce-Seeds.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  8. 8. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 8 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksGrowing & Using Dill Growing & Using Herbs Successfully Growing & Using Dill Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin Growing & Using Herbs Successfully By Betty E. M. A-200 By Glenn Andrews Paperback , 32 pages ISBN: Jacobs Paperback , 240 pages ISBN: 9780882662497 9781580172219 (1580172210) Published by Storey (088266249X) Published by Storey Publishing about Publishing When, where and how to plant.  Harvesting and Growing & Using Herbs Successfully Nowhere will you Preserving  TONS of Recips Dill Butter Recipe Dill Vinegar find more complete and straightforward information on Recipe Appetizers, Soups, Etc... growing, harvesting, and using herbs.  If fanciful prose and personal anecdotes are not your cup of tea (although we can’t resist it!), this book will satisfy your thirst for hard-core, unfiltered horticultural know-how. This illustrated guide teaches readers how to plant, propagate, harvest, dry, freeze, store, and sell (both wholesale and retail) 64 of the most popular herbs. One of the best and most straightforward works on growing herbs that this reviewer and zealous herb grower has read.-- New York Bo-SKU Price SKU Price tanical Garden Magazine. A selection of Better Homes and16809 3.99 16961 14.95 Gardens and Rodale Book Clubs. Over 113,000 copies sold.   about Betty E. M. Jacobs With her husband, Betty E. M. Jacobs started Canada’s first commercial Herb Farm in 1965 on a southern Vancouver Island. Their experience running this farm for eight years and a lifetime of interest in herbs led to Betty’s book, Growing & Using Herbs Successfully.http://sustainableseedco.com/Arianna-Lettuce-Seed.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Armenian-Cucumber-The-Duke.htmlBooks BooksGrowing & Using Lavender Growing Great Garlic Growing & Using Lavender Storey's Country Wisdom Growing Great Garlic The Definitive Guide for Organic Bulletin A-155 By Patricia R. Barrett Paperback , 32 pages Gardeners and Small Farmers BY Ron L. Engeland   The ISBN: 9780882664750 (0882664751) Published by Storey first garlic book written specifically for organic garden- Publishing   about Growing & Using Lavender Since 1973, ers and small-scale farmers Growing Great Garlic is the Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered definitive grower's guide written by a small scale practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers farmer who makes his living growing over 200 strains of master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. garlic. Commercial growers will want to consult this book There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and regularly. The author tells us: which strains to plant when their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire to fertilize when to plant when to prune flower stalks how of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal to plant when to harvest Plus, how to store, market, and independence in everyday life. about Patricia R. Barrett process the crop. Growing Great Garlic makes a genuine Author Patti Barrett is stress-free as she gardens and cleans contribution in the field of garlic classification that will at home in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Her dwelling help the public recognize several distinct varietal types encounters much traffic--she lives with her husband, of garlic. About the Author Ron L. Engeland For the pastSKU Price two daughters, one dog and four cats--and yet she keeps SKU Price fifteen years, author Ron Engeland has farmed organically16937 3.99 realistic standards and practices her own easy tips found in 16412 16.95 with his wife, Watershine, and two children in north centralToo Busy to Clean? She effectively devotes minimal time and effort to the maintanence of her Washington state. In addition to garlic they raise over 100 varieties of apples, plus peaches,house. Patti is also a freelance writer and enjoys gardening. More about the author apricots, plums, raspberries, potatoes, and cut and dried flowers. Ron also manages an irrigation company and writes numerous articles.http://sustainableseedco.com/Art-Verrell-Corn-Seed.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Arugula--Roquette.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. Prices and Availability Subject to Change(707) 703-1242 www.SustainableSeedCo.com support@sustainableseedco.com
  9. 9. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 9 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksHerbal Antibiotics Holy Shit Herbal Antibiotics Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug- Holy Shit Managing Manure To Save Mankind by Gene Resistant Bacteria By Stephen Harrod Buhner Paperback , Logsdon Illustrations by Brooke Budner “With a combina- 144 pages ISBN: 9781580171489 (1580171486) Published tion of deep knowledge, longtime farming experience, by Storey Publishing about Herbal Antibiotics Current infor- and great humor, Gene Logsdon tells us everything we mation about antibiotic resistant microbes and the herbs don't know about human and animal wastes, and that are effective in fighting them. about Stephen Harrod what to do about it. As the author writes, 'Sooner or Buhner Some have titled Stephen Harrod Buhner as one of later we have to live in the same world as our colons.' the forerunners of our time for the return to an ecological Not to mention the wastes of all the animals we raise for foundation of healing. However, he comes from a long food! This is the book to read if you give a crap about crap.” line of medical practitioners and healers. His grandfather —Sim Van der Ryn, Author of The Toilet Papers In was president of the Kentucky Medical Association and his insightful new book, Holy Shit, Managing Manure To his great-uncle was Surgeon General of the United States. Save Mankind, contrary farmer Gene Logsdon provides Stephen has added to this family heritage by becoming the inside story of manure—our greatest, yet most a respected figure in herbal medicine. He is the author of misunderstood, natural resource. He begins by lamenting aSKU Price Storey’s Herbal Antibiotics, Herbs for Hepatitis C and the SKU Price modern society that not only throws away both animal and16962 12.95 Liver, as well as Sacred Plant Medicine; One Spirit, Many 16934 17.5 human manure—worth billions of dollars in fertil-Peoples; and Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers. He is a national lecturer on herbal medicine and izer value—but that spends a staggering amount of money to do so. This wastefulnessis an adjunct faculty member at the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies. Stephen has makes even less sense as the supply of mined or chemically synthesized fertilizers dwindles andserved as president of the Colorado Association for Healing Practitioners and as a lobbyist on their cost skyrockets. In fact, he argues, if we do not learn how to turn our manures into fertil-herbal and holistic medicines and education in the Colorado legislature. izer to keep food production in line with increasing population, our civilization, like so many that went before it, will inevitably decline. With his trademark humor, his years of experience writing about both farming and waste management, and his uncanny eye for the small but important details, Logsdon artfully describes how to manage farm manure, pet manure, and human manure to make fertilizer and humus. He covers the field, so to speak, discussing topicshttp://sustainableseedco.com/Ashley-Cucumber-Seed.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Ashley-Lettuce-Seed.htmlBooks BooksHomebrewers Garden Homegrown Whole Grains Homebrewers Garden   The Homebrewer's Garden Homegrown Whole Grains Grow, Harvest, and Cook Wheat, How to Easily Grow, Prepare, and Use Your Own Hops, Barley, Oats, Rice, Corn and More By Sara Pitzer Paperback , Malts, Brewing Herbs By Joe Fisher and Dennis Fisher Pa- 168 pages ISBN: 9781603421539 (160342153X) Published perback , 192 pages ISBN: 9781580170109 (1580170102) by Storey Publishing A backyard field of grains? Yes, Published by Storey Publishing Grow Your Own...Brew Your absolutely! Wheat and corn are rapidly replacing grass Own! If you have a backyard, or even a sun-facing porch, in the yards of dedicated locavores across the country. you can greatly enhance the flavor, aroma, and uniqueness For adventurous homeowners who want to get in on the of your homebrew by growing your own hops, brewing movement, Homegrown Whole Grains is the place to begin. herbs, and malt grains. Easy instructions will help you put Growing whole grains is simpler and more rewarding than the “home” into your homebrew from setting up your first most people imagine. With as little as 1000 square feet of hop trellis, to malting grain at home, to brewing recipes land, backyard farmers can grow enough wheat to harvest specially formulated for homegrown ingredients. When you 50 pounds in a single afternoon - and those 50 pounds grow your own organic ingredients, you can be sure they can be baked into 50 loaves of fresh bread. 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Chapters for each grain include inventive recipesFlower & Herb Exchange, Maine Organic Farmers' and Gardeners' Association. They for cereals, desserts, casseroles, salads, soups and stews, and, of course, home-baked breads,have written for Zymurgy magazine and live and brew in Winterport, Maine. Together they have the crowning achievement of the home grain grower. Sara Pitzer shares dozens of ideas forwritten Storey's Brewing Made Easy, Great Beer From Kits, and The Homebrewer's using whole grains - from cooking sturdy wheat berries in a slow cooker to malting barley forGarden. homebrewed beer. Whether milled into nutritional flours or used in any of their unmilled states, wheat, barley, quinoa, and the other grain crops are healthful additions to every diet. abouthttp://sustainableseedco.com/Atlantic-Giant-Pumpkin-Seeds.html http://sustainableseedco.com/Atomic-Red-Carrot-Seed.htmlSustainable Seed Company Copyright ©2011 All Rights Reserved. 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  10. 10. AINAB2011 Heirloom Seed List ST Page 10 SU LE Seed CompanyBooks BooksSustainable Food How to Stay Alive in the Woods How to Buy Right and Spend Less Wondering whether it’s How to Stay Alive in the Woods A Complete Guide to Food, worth it to splurge on the locally raised beef? What about Shelter and Self-Preservation Anywhere By Bradford Angier those organic carrots? New in the Chelsea Green Guides Hardback , 320 pages ISBN: 9781579122218 (1579122213) series, Sustainable Food: How to Buy Right and Spend Less Published by Black Dog & Leventhal   about How to Stay helps the average shopper navigate the choices, whether Alive in the Woods HOW TO STAY ALIVE IN THE WOODS is a strolling the aisles of a modern supermarket or foraging practical, readable-and potentially indispensable-manual at a local farmers market. This down-to-earth, casual for anyone venturing into the great outdoors. Broken guide—small enough to be slipped into your pocket— down into four essential sections, Sustenance, Warmth, answers these and other questions for the shopper: Orientation and Safety, this enlightening guide reveals how What are the differences among organic, local, fair-trade, to catch game without a gun, what plants to eat (full-color free-range, naturally raised, and biodynamic foods? How illustrations of these make identification simple), how to affordable is it to subscribe to a CSA farm—and what are build a warm shelter, make clothing, protect yourself and the advantages? Is it better to choose wild Alaskan salmon signal for help. Detailed illustrations and expanded instruc- at $18.99, or the Chilean farmed fish at $11.99? What tions, newly commissioned for this deluxe edition, offerSKU Price cooking oils can be sustainably sourced? 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