African Diaspora Collection Seed Packets and Postcards
Give the gift of African Diasporic seeds and their beautifully illustrated stories.
This bundle includes four special edition seed packets as well as their four accompanying postcards. You can read more about the postcards here. Formerly a sample sizing of each seed, these packets now contain full measurements of each variety.
The seed packets and the postcards feature seed stories from our African Diaspora Seed Collection that have been illustrated by artist/farmer Jasmine Hamilton.
Featured seed stories
- Mississippi Silver Hull Crowder Pea and Ms. Geneva Clay Newsome, grown by Sankofa Community Farm (seeds per pack: 75).
- Plate de Haiti Tomato, Marie-Jeanne Lamartiniére, and the Haitian Revolution, grown by Soul Fire Farm (seeds per pack: 25).
- Paul Robeson Tomato and Paul Robeson, grown by Truelove Seeds (seeds per pack: 25).
- Buena Mulata Pepper and Horace Pippin, grown by Truelove Seeds (seeds per pack: 25).
Keeping SEEDS is an act of TRUELOVE for our ANCESTORS and our collective FUTURE!
About the artist
Jasmine Carolyn Hamilton is an African American Queer visual artist. She works as painter, illustrator, and sculptor based in Philadelphia by way of her hometown of East Chicago, Indiana. Jasmine can be found on her website at www.instagram.com/artbyjasminehamilton.
CollectionsThis product is part of the African Diaspora Collection.
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