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"Denali Seed Company, an Alaskan company, has been in Anchorage since 1977 supplying far north gardeners with farm fresh, quality garden seed. Denali seed varieties have been field tested in Alaska and are proven performers in arctic and sub-arctic growing conditions."
Anchorage, in "the land of the midnight sun," is the home of Denali Seed Company, the only seed company in North America that specializes in seed for heirloom, open-pollinated and hybrid varieties proven to excel in arctic and sub-arctic growing conditions. Our seed list is made up of annual, biennial and perennial flowers, herb and vegetable varieties field tested in Alaska to assure they will perform exceptionally well in cool, short-season areas. In 2012 Denali Seed Company is an online company and our garden seed is available only at our ONLINE store www.bestcoolseeds.com. EVERY online seed purchase is eligible for FREE packets of Denali Seed that are chosen by the customer.
Denali Seed sells seed for the world famous giant O-S Cross Cabbage, a show-stopper that often exceeds 70 pounds when grown during Alaska's long summer days.
To assure gardeners will be happy with our seed, we offer a SATISFACTION GUARANTEE!
Denali Seed Company sells seed for open-pollinated, heirloom, and hybrid seed varieties that are grown either by organic or traditional methods. All certified organic seed sold is identified as such in our seed list and is grown by organic methods. Denali Seed Company does not sell seed for genetically engineered organisms often referred to as GMO's.
Our seed list includes open-pollinated, heirloom and hybrid varieties. What does this mean? Open-Pollinated varieties are varieties where both the male and female parents are the same variety and usually the male and female parts of the blossom are on the same plant which in turn cross pollinate to produce seed naturally. Heirloom varieties are favorite open-pollinated varieties that have been grown by gardeners for a very long time, usually for over a hundred years. Seed collected from heirloom and other open-pollinated varieties produce plants nearly identical to the parent plants. Hybrid varieties, unlike open-pollinated varieties, are produced from a cross between two different parent varieties. One variety is the male plant and the other variety the female plant which cross pollinate by natural means to produce seed. Plants from the seed produced from this cross exhibit the best characteristics of both parent varieties. The hybrid variety is more vigorous than either parent variety and has traits that make it superior to the parent varieties. The seed produced on a hybrid plant will not grow plants identical to the hybrid plant, therefore the seed is not usually saved.
We hope this information will help you select the seed varieties best suited to your needs.
Take a tour of our website to learn more about what we offer northern gardeners, view our home city of Anchorage, and benefit from our 30 plus years experience in providing northern gardeners with the finest garden seed available. Our veteran arctic horticulturist wrote "growing tips" to help gardeners excel when growing in cool areas, in cold soils and during long summer days.
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Phone: (907) 344-0347