Retail Store in Tucson

If you are in the Tucson area, pay a visit to our one-of-a-kind retail store. Centrally located on Campbell Avenue just south of Ft. Lowell Road, the NS/S shop offers an unparalleled selection of indigenous heirloom vegetable and wildflower seeds for farming and gardening. You will also find a mouthwatering variety of Southwestern foods, including native chile powders, savory mole sauces, locally grown beans, and much more.

Looking for the perfect gift to capture the spirit of the Sonoran Desert? Come browse our delightful array of local Native American and artisan crafts alongside a stunning collection of books on Southwestern cooking, gardening, seed saving, and plants of the region. And of course, you will find our distinctive logo items such as t-shirts, mugs, caps, aprons, and tote bags—so you can represent Native Seeds/SEARCH wherever you go!

Seed Library

Visit our pioneering Seed Library located in the store, the first to open in Arizona! Seed libraries are an exciting new trend in the local food and seed movement where users can freely check out seeds, just like with books at a public library. After planting the seeds and enjoying the fruits of your labor, just leave a plant or two in the ground to go to seed. The resulting seed can the be harvested and returned, helping the library to grow abundant with seeds that are increasingly adapted to local conditions. Read about the growing seed library movement in this article by NS/S staff.

Special Events

The NS/S store is home to more than your favorite local flavors, seeds, and gifts. We occasionally host very special events you won't want to miss! Watch the Events page on our website for announcements, or sign up for our E-lert News blasts to stay informed.

Location and Hours

Address:
3061 N. Campbell Avenue
Tucson AZ 85719
520-622-5561

Store Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9 am - 4 pm

We are closed during the following holidays:
New Year's Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.