Right now I'm not worried about getting any heirloom seeds because atm I am more busy getting the common kind and growing my selection of food that I can grow and master each play. One day I might try to get heirloom breeds but not till I've gotten those goals finished first.
Aw did I hurt your little ass feelings, sweetheart?
pretty sure toolage understands all that; what i took from his statement was that he wanted to practise his growing methods on "regular" (ie cheap) seed before shelling out for heirloom strains..... sort of like growing a few rounds of bagseed before springing for something a bit more upmarket.
the nice thing about heirloom strains is that if you do it right you only ever have to pay for them once.
we use west coast seeds -- they're local, certified organic, heirloom, open pollinated untreated (and their sunflower selection is to die for).
"There are as many ways of growing cannabis as there are cannabis growers."
grotek grow: http://www.rollitup.org/indoor-growi...w-og-kush.html
flower garden: http://www.rollitup.org/gardening/45...-part-2-a.html
For chili pepper lovers go to Pepperjoe.com
I've gotten some of the best peppers ever from them! Plus they have GREAT customer service. They also have a link to his wives site for all sorts of tomatoes. Heirloom included.