In my latest blog post, I’m thrilled to share a brief video showcasing my recent seed haul. Dive into the post to discover a video, images, and valuable tips on cultivating these diverse seeds. Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of the page and share your feedback with me.

Exploring the Newest Seed Varieties

For the last few months, I’ve been exploring various online seed companies to unearth the latest offerings for 2024. This season promises a plethora of new herb, flower, and vegetable varieties to get excited about. As I stare at my four large boxes of seeds, I can’t help but wonder, “Do I really need more seeds?”<

Check out the video presentation:

This video is part of my Bren Haas YouTube Channel.  Be sure to find the latest on my website!

Insights on the Recent Seed Purchase
Confession time: I’m a self-proclaimed seed enthusiast. Despite my best efforts to resist, I couldn’t help but make a purchase at RareSeeds.com. Here are the varieties I added to my collection last week:

  • Stevia
  • Chiltepin Wild Chile Pepper
  • Jay’s Peach Bhut Jolokia Pepper
  • Puma Pepper
  • Brown Sugar Tomato
  • Pastel Mix Aster

When purchasing from this company, they include a complimentary package of seeds. Throughout the years, I have received some incredibly unique seeds to cultivate in my personal garden. This time, the seeds I received are as follows:

  • Basil Blue Spice

Stay tuned for updates on how these plants thrive in my home garden later this season. For more seed-related content, explore my Seed Category here.

latest seed haul

Remember to determine your hardiness zone before planting your seeds to ensure they are started at the appropriate time. In my latest video, I mention that I am currently beginning the process with peppers and herbs. Peppers typically have a longer germination period compared to other vegetables I cultivate. Meanwhile, the herbs will be cultivated indoors using my hydroponic setup.


Let’s Stay Connected

Thank you for visiting my website today and exploring my latest selection of heirloom seeds. I invite you to share your own seed-growing experiences with me. Feel free to leave a comment below, and I’ll respond as soon as I can.

Happy Gardening,
Bren Haas

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