Unfortunately we do not have the capability to provide this service to you at this time.
No, we do not have a physical store at this time.
Yes, we will send automated emails out when you order and when your order is shipped. If you do not see these emails in your inbox, check your spam folder or your junk folder, as sometimes such emails are routed there instead of your inbox.
No there is not a minimum order. Due to the cost of shipping, it is more economical to order more than one item. All orders totaling over 200.00$ will be shipped free of charge!
For online orders we accept credit cards with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo.
Currently we ship only within Canada.
Please carefully check the contents of your order when you receive it. If there is anything wrong, missing, or out of place, contact us right away. We will attempt fix the problem as soon as possible. We are very meticulous with the packaging process, and strive for accuracy and expedience in sending out an order. We will be happy to work towards a fast and acceptable solution in the event of simple human error.
No! To the best of our knowledge, Wildrose Heritage Seed Company does not knowingly carry or sell any genetically modified organisms. There are a variety of concerns revolving around the outcome and ethics of genetic engineering. The sale of GMOs is a highly regulated industry.
Wildrose Heritage Seed Company’s heirloom seeds are packaged in a special triple-layered, re-sealable, reusable, waterproof Mylar packaging. This type of packaging has been designed for food and seed storage and significantly increases the life and viability of our heritage seeds when stored in a cool dark place. All of our seeds are packed by hand and by weight in accordance with CFIA regulations.
Choose a garden location with adequate sunlight (6-8 hours per day), good drainage, and easy access to water.
Loamy soil is ideal for most gardens; improve soil quality by adding compost, aged manure, or other organic matter.
Plant seeds or seedlings based on the recommended planting times for your region, often after the last frost date in spring.
Water plants deeply and consistently, aiming for 1 inch of water per week; water at the base of the plant to prevent diseases.
Monitor your garden for pests and diseases; use integrated pest management techniques like crop rotation, biological controls, and organic treatments as needed.
Choose plants suited to your region's hardiness zone, considering the amount of sunlight and space available in your garden.
Companion planting involves growing plants together that benefit each other, such as attracting pollinators, repelling pests, or enhancing growth.
Organic fertilizers include compost, aged manure, worm castings, and fish emulsion; amendments like bone meal and greensand can also enhance soil nutrients.
Maintain your garden by regularly weeding, pruning dead or diseased growth, and applying mulch to conserve moisture and suppress weeds.
Harvest vegetables, herbs, and flowers at peak ripeness or bloom; follow specific plant guidelines for the best timing and methods.