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  • Lis Parrigon

    Awesome place to get Heirlooms seeds

  • Paul Blair

    Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Come and enjoy the beautiful Ozark hills and our farm and pio­neer village; shop for seeds; see our gardens, animals and authentic pioneer village. Eat lunch at our restaurant that is open 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m In the rolling hills of the Missouri Ozarks stands a legacy to the passing of time. The homestead act in the mid-1800s encouraged the Rippee family to move west and settle what is reputed to be the longest-lasting homestead in Missouri. The family raised many varieties of produce, birds and animals, and were quite skilled in the crafts of the region. They traded with the Osage Indians and cared for soldiers during the Civil War in their hand-hewn log-cabin. Bakersville is situated on the original Rippee farm. The Baker Creek Seed Store now stands where the family’s market garden once was. In 2007, we saw the beginning of our historic town. Besides the Baker Creek Seed Store, we also have a speaker barn, restaurant, an old-time mercantile, herbal apothecary, a natural bakery, garden museum and blacksmith shop, two music barns, a Western jail, a native rock oven, a windmill and many breeds of historic poultry and livestock. The best part? It’s free except for the two days each May when the Spring Planting Festival is in full swing. Visitors are often surprised when there’s no charge—they’re used to paying the hefty admissions for big theme parks. For Jere and Emilee Gettle, the owners, seeds are their business, but Bakersville is a labor of love. We are 10 minutes from Mansfield, MO, home of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and only 90 minutes from Branson. See Our Events: Spring Planting Festival -- Heritage Days -- Comstock Heirloom Festival -- National Heirloom Expo About our seeds: we sell only pure, non-hybrid, non-GMO, non-treated and non-patented seeds. We do not buy seed from Monsanto-owned Seminis. We boycott all gene-altering companies. We are not members of the pro-GMO American Seed Trade Organization! We work with a network of more than 100 small farmers, gardeners and seed growers to bring you the best selection of seeds available! We offer over 1,300 fine varieties! Our Seed Site: www.rareseeds.com Unique seeds from 70 countries! Main office contact information Phone: (417) 924-8917 Fax: (417) 924-8887 email: seeds@rareseeds.com Hours Store Hours are: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Sundays 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturdays and major holidays Mailing Address Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co. 2278 Baker Creek Road Mansfield, MO 65704 Become a fan of Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company…

  • Teia McElroy

    Angela McPhail we need to make a field trip to this place. It's east of Springfield.

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