Stevia Certified Organic Seeds



  • Heirloom (Stevia Rebaudiana) Stevia
  • Stevia is a green leafy herb that is sweeter than sugar but does not contain any sugar at all, and does not spike the glycemic index.
  • Renaissance Seed evaluates how these varieties perform in an organic garden, without petro-chemical fertilizer, pesticides or herbicides. He evaluates earliness, flavor, production, storage, cold-soil tolerance, winter harvest ability, self-seeding capacity, and more. If he doesn’t love a variety, He doesn’t sell it.
  • Guaranteed pure, NEVER hybrid, Non GMO, Never patented, Never corporate owned
  • Seeds come protected inside a small white envelope. The white envelope has a plastic resealable bag that contains the seeds. Instructions for planting are included inside on the plastic resealable bag. 20 -25 seeds per pack
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