Category Archives: Organic

Saving Seeds

Saving seeds is an extremely easy thing to do once you know how.  To me, peppers are the easiest.  Simply cut the pepper open, scrape the seeds onto a plate or the counter, rinse them and lay them out on … Continue reading

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Plants and Produce!

Summer is here and it came early this year!  The plants are blooming, the bean vines are climbing, the Farmers Markets are out in full force and above all…..the bees are buzzing! Here on the farm, we have built several … Continue reading

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Spring in the Greenhouse

I love the promise a greenhouse holds…the warm damp scent of the soil, the warmth that you step into upon entering, the sight of rich deep green leaves…the very essence of life, creation and of course, resurrection. So many things … Continue reading

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Tomato Harvest

The weather has finally cooled off here in the Ozarks and we are gladly back to harvesting tomatoes.  The heat through the summer halted much of the production of some varieties, others, like the Arkansas Travelers and the Yellow Pears, … Continue reading

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Seed Packet Picture Drawing Winner

First of all I would like to thank everyone for their valuable opinion and insight about which picture each of you preferred.  The vote was almost unanimous for the third picture on our “Help Me Choose” post.  For everyone that … Continue reading

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Sweet Pepper Salsa

Anxious to pickle up the banana peppers, I began the process eagerly.  After an unwise choice of not wearing gloves when cutting up some hot peppers several years ago, I am very careful to slip them on even for jalapenos.  … Continue reading

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Summer Squash Bug Trouble

Has everyone had as much trouble with these squash bugs as I have this year?  I have never, ever let a crop go because I couldn’t keep up, but this year, I met my match with these two insects.  Last … Continue reading

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Please help me choose…..

These are the three choices of pictures to put on the front of our seed packets.  I like them all and am having difficulty narrowing it down to just one.  The produce in this picture is our own homegrown organic … Continue reading

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Welcome to Seeds of Faith

Seeds of Faith offers open-pollinated Heirloom, non-GMO (genetically modified organism) seed from around the world that is grown and harvested on our modest hobby farm in the heart of the Ozark Mountains of Missouri.  We are excited to also be … Continue reading

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Heirloom Tomatoes

Candy Stripe Heirloom Tomato Since discovering heirloom vegetables, I have learned so much about obtaining, growing and saving these precious seeds.  One learns about the history of each heirloom and where they have come from, and that many of them … Continue reading

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