Twin Oaks Seed Farm grows open-pollinated and heirloom vegetable seeds on six acres of certified organic land. We are active participants in the movement to improve the quality and availability of regionally-adapted open-pollinated seeds.

We are forming a seed growing cooperativeCommon Wealth Seed Growers is a new collaboration between Twin Oaks Seed Farm and our neighbors Living Energy Farm and All-Farm Organics. We are direct marketing about 15 varieties this year through our website and at the Virginia Association for Biological Farming conference. And planning what to grow and what to offer next year!

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Twin Oaks Seed Farm started with a 3/4 acre seed garden in 2006 and has grown to six acres with a crew of eight people. We grow about 40 varieties each year in four separate gardens (to maintain necessary isolation distances). Crops include cucumbers, winter and summer squash, watermelon, muskmelon, southern peas, lima beans, okra, perennial onions, peanuts, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, ground cherries, corn, sunflowers, cosmos, arugula, turnips, rutabaga and collards.

Contact:

Edmund Frost
138 Twin Oaks Rd. Louisa, VA 23093
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We produce seeds for several small retail seed companies, including Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, Sow True Seeds, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, Fedco Seeds, and Seed Savers Exchange. We also grow butternut squash for Local Food Hub in Charlottesville.

Twin Oaks Community Seeds grows heirloom and open-pollinated seeds mainly for Southern Exposure Seed Exchange (run by our sister community Acorn), as well as for Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds in Missouri and Fedco Seeds in Maine.