As part of our mission to help repair the world, we place a high priority on education and community outreach. Our intent is to encourage sustainable, organic growing practices through knowledge and support. We believe in the principles of eating locally produced food whenever possible, sharing gardening wisdom, and teaching people how to grow from seed.Learn More
We are proud to provide the very highest quality selection of seeds, and to maintain that quality through rigorous testing. Our independent, government-certified seed laboratory conducts regular, intensive trials to ensure that our seeds meet or exceed the Canada Number One germination rate. West Coast Seeds only offers non-GMO, non-GEO seeds, that are never chemically treated.Learn More
Each year West Coast Seeds supports groups and organizations worldwide, through seed donations. We are proud to partner with a number of honourable causes, allowing us to promote sustainable organic growing practices. By providing seeds and materials in support of growing and environmental education programs, we continue to build community relationships and encourage others to join us in our mission to help repair the world.Learn More
A colourful blend of Cosmos flowers honouring BC’s Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry.
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This vegetable has a strong flavour that pairs well with other sauces. It is first blanched in boiling water, and then chilled in ice water to halt the cooking process. At that point, if it is carefully drained and dried off, it can be frozen or stored in the refrigerator for several days before finishing this recipe. During the blanching process, purple sprouting broccoli turns bright green, while the hot water turns pinky-purple — it's a fun exercise to do with kids.Continue Reading
Beets, like many root vegetables are biennials, which, if not harvested, will bloom in the second year of growth. One of the interesting facts about beets is they are closely related to Swiss chard, which can easily be seen by...Continue Reading