Michael at Gardening in Central Florida has started a list of open-pollinated non-GMO seed sources for Florida.
If anyone has any other local outlets for non-GMO seed, let me know. Glad to see my friend Grower Jim is already on the list.
One of these days I may get around to offering seed myself. I tend to trade or give away what I have most of the time, plus I’m not the most organized fellow in the world.
My personal favorite seed company – though they’re not local – is the Southern Exposure Seed Exchange.
I’m also a member of the venerable Seed Saver’s Exchange and get seeds from them as well.
One of the best things you can do as a gardener is to avoid fancy hybrids and GM crops and instead grow out your own non-GMO seeds, year after year. Grow dependable heirlooms, save the seeds from the best performers and you’ll build new lines of plants that thrive in your garden conditions.