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Grown In And For The Midwest

At Driftless Seed Supply, we dig deep to offer high-quality seeds and supplies with integrity and transparency for Midwest growers like you.

We provide locally produced, regionally adapted vegetable, flower and native prairie seeds, with a priority to offer certified organic seed when possible. In addition to seeds, Driftless Seed offers a range of growing supplies such as soil, fertilizers, tools, and more.

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Why Are Midwest-Adapted Seeds Important?

The Midwest, with its unique combination of diverse topographies, microclimates, soil types, and weather patterns, presents a distinct set of growing challenges. At Driftless Seed Supply, our deep understanding of these conditions, honed by years of experience as Midwest growers, informs every seed we produce.

Generations of seed production, coupled with rigorous trialing in partnership with regional farmers, have enabled us to offer seeds that are exceptionally well-suited to the Midwest's unique growing environment.

We strive to ensure that Midwest farmers and gardeners like you have access to seeds that set you up for success. Each generation of seeds we cultivate here in the Midwest—rather than in distant, climatically different regions—enhances the adaptability and performance of our varieties, setting them apart from those offered by many other seed companies.

Additionally, our collaboration with small local farms for most of our seed production is a testament to our dedication to strengthening the Midwest's food system. This approach not only supports local agriculture but also avoids the need to rely on large-scale production facilities in distant locations, whether out West or abroad. Our commitment goes beyond just supplying seeds.

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Quadrato Asti Giallo Heirloom Yellow Bell Pepper
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Muir Heat Tolerant Green Leaf Lettuce
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Green Finger Premium Slicer Cucumber
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Despite growing and trialing consistently, Bolero is still the most widely grown workhorse carrot on our farm. The flavor and consistent performance in different growing years and seasonal slots (as well as it relatively heavy weight and ideal storage characteristics) make it a staple.

Kat Becker of Cattail Organics, Athens, WI