Browse our 2020 print catalog for highlights of seed varieties currently available from NS/S and info on how to participate in our programs. We do not accept or appreciate GMO, patenting, licensing, or royalties. The same species grown at different locations will be listed separately, so that members can select the seed source closest to where they live. If more than 30 seed packets are ordered, we will choose for you which are sent; the remainder will be refunded. Dou – Joan Doubt Members can order seeds without having donated to the Seed Exchange. Sma – Gord Smallwood Tree and shrub seeds cannot be sent to the U.S. Cheque or money order only – please do not send cash in the mail. Kon – Alice Kong See ordering instructions and key to donors following this list. The NANPS Seed Exchange is open to all members across the continent and relies on your participation. Moo – Peter Moore We are only able to do this after the seed is mailed to us. ©2020 Native American Seed • Junction, Texas • 1-800 728-4043 • E-mail: … Mea – Howard Meadd There are more seed varieties available in our online listing here than in print, but sometimes sitting down with a seed catalog is just cozier. Hen – Miriam Henriques The NANPS seed exchange started in 1988 and has been running continuously ever since. You may purchase up to 20 additional seed packets at $2 per packet. Donated native plant seed with provenance noted should be sent to: Inquiries about how the seed exchange works, or how to unlock the dormancy mechanism for seed offered, can be made to: [email protected] Please do not order more than 3 packets of any one variety, and no more than 30 packets total. Hod – Jim Hodgins Can – Alexandrina Canto Thaler Sumac. The list will also be online. Atk – Tom Atkinson Hil – Heather Hilliard Gab – Joe & Natasha Gabor If you are donating seed, please remember to provide botanical and common name and source information if known. Bow – Dilys Bowman The Seedex list is mailed to members with the fall edition of our quarterly newsletter, the Blazing Star. Browse our 2020 print catalog for highlights of seed varieties currently available from NS/S and info on how to participate in our programs. NANPS also uses discretion when receiving seeds of threatened species. For Native American individuals and families living in the Greater Southwest Region, or belonging to tribes from the Southwest Region regardless of residential location: you may request 10 free seed packets per household per year (Jan - Dec). Members are asked to send us their seed requests by the second week of January for mailing by the end of the month. The purpose of the exchange is to make native plant seed of known provenance available to members at nominal cost. If you are an American requester please send $20 to cover the cost of a phytosanitary certificate and 50 cents for each packet of seeds (in U.S. funds). The seed exchange winds down by the end of March and resumes again in the fall. Please help North American flora to flourish by growing locally native plants in your own garden and offering some of their seed to our Exchange. Native American Seed is committed to offering 100% Native, American Grown, Free of Invasive Species and Filler. This plant can be used for multiple medicinal remedies, but it is one of the only plants that … Make your year end donation today>>. Please note that while all seeds donated are native to North America, they may not be local to the donor. The following native species are available to members through the NANPS Seed Exchange. Inquiries can be made by email at [email protected] Please help North American flora to flourish by growing locally native plants in your own garden and … Our seed exchange offers you the chance to increase the population of a few of these. There are over 10,000 species of vascular plants native to temperate North America. Mil – Cindy Miles If we receive seed donations after the newsletter is sent, they will be added online. Seed donors may request up to 30 packets; other members may order a maximum of 15 packets. Bel – Martha Bell We cannot ship seeds of shrubs, trees, vines and some proscribed grass species to the U.S. We recommend that members order seed that originates from their bioregion (the general rule of thumb is within a 200-kilometre range, or 125 miles). "Rain Clouds Blessing Fields" by Howard Sice, Holiday Raffle: "Coati with Pine Cone" by Zeny & Reyna Fuentes. It is not our intention to generate revenue from the seed exchange, but simply to cover the costs of packaging and mailing. Bon – Karen Boniface If you are donating seeds, please remember to: Genetic provenance is an important consideration when selecting seeds from the Seed Exchange and whatever information you are able to provide about the origin of your seed is appreciated. Mill – Allan Mills Order and enjoy! from wild sources is also welcome. If you are not yet a member, you may join online now or include your membership form with your seed request. Zed – Jane Zednick. Jam – Heather Jamieson Get seeds to the people who need them most. Seeds are the essence of life. If you are a Canadian requester include $2 for the first packet and 50 cents for each additional packet. Once seed is sent to us we endeavour to store it appropriately (e.g. There are more seed varieties available in our online listing here than in print, but sometimes sitting down with a seed catalog is … We encourage you to research, plant, save and share our seeds. If you prefer seed from a specific listed location please so indicate and we’ll try to comply. moist medium for hydrophilic seed, refrigeration at the appropriate time). NANPS: North American Native Plant Society, 2019 Plant Sale Advance Ordering is now finished, How to Start Gardening with Native Plants, The 2019 – 2020 Seedex list, updated March 29, 2020, Flowers and Food: Growing Edible Native Plants, Lorraine Johnson, Propagating Native Plants: Getting Your Seeds to Grow, Stefan Weber, The Wild and Wonderful World of Bees, Laurence Packer.