Adaptive Seeds

Pacific Northwest grown, open pollinated, and organic seed

Our website is not yet updated for 2015. We hope to have updates complete by January 2, 2015. Check back then for 73 NEW and 18 returning varieties.


We're busily working on our 2015 Catalog! It will land in mailboxes around the New Year.

To request a copy, click here. To be added to our newsletter & receive all the latest updates, click here.

Please note all orders placed after Sunday, December 21, will not ship until mid-January 2015.

Welcome to the NEW Adaptive Seeds website!

Do note that as with all new websites, we're still working out the bugs. We appreciate your patience & please send us an email when you find that something's not working right. Thanks for all your support!

We steward rare, diverse & resilient seed varieties for ecologically-minded farmers, gardeners & seed savers. Our catalog is full of robust, productive varieties as well as rare adaptive gems. Most of our seed is adapted to the Pacific Northwest & other short season northern climates. We sell only public domain, open pollinated (OP) seed, as well as many diverse gene pool mixes. 

NONE of our seeds are proprietary hybrids (F1), patented, PVP, or genetically modified (GMO). All of our seed is grown without chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides, and NONE of it is treated.
We grow nearly all of our seed ourselves and do not buy and re-sell mass produced seed, like other seed companies do. What isn't grown by us, is grown by a handful of regionally local friends. For more info visit the About Us page.

We are here to provide you with excellent quality seed for your food production needs and part of that goal is to provide you with quality foundation material for your own locally adapted seed saving and stewardship needs, wherever your field or garden happens to be. We want everyone to be seed savers, but if you cannot save seed in your garden or on your farm, we would love to be your seed stewards.

Adaptive Seeds was established in 2009, and is based at Open Oak Farm near Sweet Home, Oregon.

Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth since early summer 2013.