I came across this on Seed Savers Exchange. It’s a seed saving kit for folks who want to learn how to save seeds.
Seed saving used to be prevalent but is no longer so common, and many people think it’s really hard to do. Seed Savers put together a starter kit for seed saving that includes some of their most popular varieties. These veggies can be grown side by side in one garden, and are non-hybrid, self-pollinating crops that don’t readily cross and will reproduce true to the parent plant.
The kit includes step-by-step seed saving instructions for each crop type. Maybe it’s time to add a new gardening skill to your arsenal and learn how to save seeds.