Texas Grown Seeds

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This page talks about the seeds we sell that are part of our new line called Texas Grown Seeds.  Most seeds are not grown in Texas but in Northern climates where the temps are not as brutal (hot) for seed production. 

We are constantly email (since you cannot call us since we do not have a phone staff) and asked, "Are the seeds produced in Texas?"  I have been told that it does not make any difference where the seed is grown, but we are going to experiment and find out for ourselves.

So we started with Beck's Big Buck, which was developed here in San Antonio, but I had to buy the seeds from a company up North.

So we started with Beck's Big Buck, which was developed here in San Antonio, but I had to buy the seeds from a company up North. 

“Beck’s Big Buck” okra makes very fat, ribbed pods that look truly amazing in the palm of your hand. When Malcolm and Delphine Beck bought their farm in 1968 in Comal County, Texas, they found in the abandoned garden giant okra stalks with the fattest pods they’d ever seen. They saved and replanted the seed, and it grew big fluted remarkably tender delicious green pods in abundance on sturdy plants. They called it the snapping okra because it snaps so easily off the plants when it is ready to harvest. Great when grown in the heat of the south but can be grown in the North as well.  Harvest in about 75 days.

We will be harvesting these any day now and have them ready for the 2020 season.

This is the only one we have ready so far but more will be coming in the 2020 season, especially now that we have four acres of land to play with.

Go to Vegetable Seeds Home Page from Texas Grown Seeds.

David's Garden Seeds® Mission Statement

Here at David’s Garden Seeds®, gardening is our passion. We provide top quality, non-GMO seeds so families can learn about gardening and love it.  In turn, we hope they will pass this passion down to their children and grandchildren, teaching them to grow  delicious food, fresh herbs and beautiful flowers.

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