Best Garden Seed Companies Home in 2023
Floret Farm's Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Stunning Seasonal Blooms
Woman's Pro Ratchet Pruner - Garden Tool, Pruning Shears for Small Hands or Painful Hands
Better Homes and Gardens Vegetable, Fruit & Herb Gardening (Better Homes and Gardens Gardening)
Salad & Vegetable Garden Seed Starter Kit | Premium Kit | 18 Non-GMO Varieties | Gardening Starter Kit | Seeds: Onion, Swiss Chard, Broccoli, Snap Pea, Spinach, Lettuce, Tomato & More
- EASY & FUN - This complete salad vegetable garden kit is everything you need to start seeds for leafy greens and common salad vegetables on your kitchen countertop or windowsill. Get a jump on the growing season, or transplant to planters and enjoy year-round container gardening. Includes step by step growing instructions that take the guess work out of growing.
- DELICIOUS - Nothing tastes better than your own home grown fresh vegetables. Each seed variety was chosen for ease of growing and maximum flavor intensity.
- INCLUDES - Beautiful Giftable Box - 3 Drip Trays - Three 12 Cell Seed Tray - 3 Humidity Domes - Seed Label Sticks - 36 Compressed Soil Pucks (just add water) and an assortment of 18 salad garden seeds (enough for multiple plantings) - Easy to follow instructions
- SEEDS INCLUDED - Carrot - Scarlet Nantes 5-g, Lettuce - Gourmet Mixture 2.5-g, Radish - Cherry Belle 2-g, Tomato - Large Red Cherry 300-mg, Cabbage - Red Acre 4-g, Lettuce - Parris Island 2.5-g, Beet - Detroit Dark Red 8-g, Cucumber - Marketmore 3-g, Pepper - Big Red 300-mg, Tomato - Hamson 300-mg, Chives 2-g, Lettuce - Buttercrunch 2.5-g, Kale - Vates 2-g, Onion, Bunching - Tokyo Long White 2-g, Swiss Chard - Rainbow 5-g, Broccoli 29 3-g, Sugar Snap Peas 16-g, Spinach 8-g
- MAKES A GREAT GIFT - This beautifully boxed salad garden starter kit by Mountain Valley Seed Company makes an amazing gift idea for any occasion.
Tiny Tim Tomato Seeds, 100+ Premium Heirloom Seeds, Sweet & Delicious! (Isla's Garden Seeds), Non GMO, 90% Germination, Highest Quality 100% Pure
- Fantastic addition to your home garden! This small tomato boasts an extraordinarily flavor. A good producer, it grows in bunches. Indeterminate. Super Sweet & Delicious!
- Start tomatoes indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost of spring, sowing the seeds in a flat 1/4" deep and 1" apart. Keep the temperature at 70-75 degrees F until germination.
- Latin Name: Lycopersicon esceluntum Type: Open Pollinated, Heirloom, Indeterminate, Warm Season
- USDA Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
- For more of Isla's Garden Seed products, enter Isla's Garden Seeds into your search bar on Amazon! Please submit a 5 star review to help the continued success of our Garden Seed Company! Please post pictures of your plants and review us! These are high quality seeds, be sure to fully research proper germination instructions for optimal germination rates.
Lolo Rosso Leaf Lettuce Seeds, 500+ Premium Heirloom Seeds, Beautiful Green Color with Dark Pink Edges, (Isla's Garden Seeds), Non GMO,85-90% Germination Rates, Highest Quality Seed, 100% Pure
- Salad Bowl is an ideal lettuce variety for the home vegetable garden. It forms large, lime-green rosettes of delicate, tender leaves.
- Seeds are great for Planting in Garden or for storing in a seed safe for emergency. Direct sow the seed in rich soil and full sun, spreading them as thinly as possible in rows 1-2' apart; when the seedlings begin to grow, thin them to a distance of 6-8".
- Annual. 50 days. 6-12" height. 6-8" spacing. Produces loose rosettes with ruffled bright green leaves.
- Latin Name: Lactuca sativa Type: Open Pollinated, Cool Season
- USDA Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
The Territorial Seed Company Garden Cookbook: Homegrown Recipes for Every Season
Lawn Overseeding - Provider's Products - Medium
- Mowing lawn to low height and dethatch to remove unwanted material
- Aerate lawn to reduce soil compaction
- Add starter fertilizer
- Spread grass seed
- Apply mulch, compost, or peat moss
- Larger or more complex projects may result in an updated price estimate from providers
- Material cost included in price
Arkansas Wildflower Seed Mix - A Beautiful Collection of Twelve Annuals & Perennials - Enjoy The Natural Beauty of Arkansas Flowers in Your Own Home Garden
- Plant in the Spring, Summer or Fall. Blooms throughout Spring and Summer.
- Covers 350 Square Feet
- Includes Complete Planting Instructions. Seeds best planted within two years.
- Arkansas Seed Collection includes the Gaillardia, Columbine, Forget-Me-Not, Shooting Star, Primrose, Butterfly, Iris, Wild Rose, Bluebell, Paintbrush, Penstemon, and Marigold. Includes inert material to aid in seed distribution.
- Approximate height 6.75 width 3.25 depth 2.5 inches, Handmade in the USA
Chip Tooth Smile
Daniel's Fish Dies/Daniel's Strawberry Seeds
Better Homes and Gardens Perennial Gardening (Better Homes and Gardens Gardening)
Atomic Red Carrots, 200+ Premium Heirloom Seeds, (Isla's Garden Seeds), Non GMO, 90% Germination, Highest Quality
- Dark Atomic Red Delicious Carrots; A delicious vibrant carrot making them a wonderful addition to your home garden! Open Pollinated, Cool Season. Atomic Red carrots develop an even deeper red color and richer flavor when cooked; they are also high in lycopene. Begin gathering baby carrots when they grow big enough to eat, to allow the remaining carrots to reach a larger size. If they become difficult to pull, make sure the ground is moist.
- Zones: 3-12; Easy to grow, recommend good rich soil.
- 6"-10" long, Ready in 75 days.
- Direct sow. Full sun. Water often. Sow seeds 1/4 inch deep and space 1/2 inch apart. Sow 14 days prior to last frost. Seeds are great for Planting in Garden or for storing in a seed safe for emergency.
- For more of Isla's Garden Seed products, enter Isla's Garden Seeds into your search bar on Amazon! Please submit a 5 star review to help the continued success of our Garden Seed Company! These are high quality seeds, be sure to fully research proper germination instructions for optimal germination rates.
How to Save Seeds for Your Garden
A brief overview of the benefits of seed saving, how to save two varieties of vegetable seeds, and resources to help you on your journey.
I'm not talking about produce though, instead I'm telling you about saving seeds. This is a practice that has been here since the dawn of civilization and only recently has it vanished from the average person's everyday life. If you are lucky enough to have a garden, then you should consider saving your seeds instead of buying new ones every year.
I do not recommend saving seeds from produce found at the grocery store, for this usually will result in a sad plant, which does not produce equal quality food for you. Instead you should buy your seeds the first year, and save them from plants you grow yourself. Also, you should only save seeds from healthy plants that produce top quality fruits that you desire most.
When you harvest seeds, which I will tell you how to do for several plants, you need to dry them thoroughly before storing them. You should dry them on a fine screen, plastic or glass to prevent them from sticking to the surface. If you store them before they are completely dry then they will rot and you will lose everything you harvested and have to start from scratch the following year!
You should place your seeds in a labeled, airtight container. I prefer metal containers, but you could also use glass. Keep them in a cool, dark place, such as the basement or the refrigerator. They need to maintain a constant temperature that is virtually the opposite of the environment for which they will grow. This keeps them dormant throughout the storing stage and you can wake them up when it is time for planting.
When harvesting bean seeds, you should wait for the pod to dry while still on the plant. In some climates this can be difficult, especially if you live in a damp place with a short growing season. If that is the case, then wait for as long as possible and then pull up the plant and hang upside down in a garage, basement or barn before they produce mold and mildew. When the pod is dry, break it open, remove the seeds and finish drying them completely. After they are completely dry (they should shatter when hit with a hammer) then keep them in the freezer for 3 days, this will kill any insects or bacteria that could be hiding inside of them. From here just place them in an airtight container and then in your chosen storing place. This same process can be used to store peas as well.
Saving tomato seeds require a few extra steps. First you cut a ripe tomato in half and scoop out the seeds and pulp and place it in a jar with a bit of water then cover it with plastic wrap. Keep it in this jar for the next two to three days, stirring a few times a day. During this process, called fermentation, the good seeds will separate and sink to the bottom of the jar. You can dump the rest of the pulp and rinse the seeds with cool, clean water. Dry the seeds thoroughly and then store them.
As you can see, different plants require a different process for saving. Because of this, I will give you a small list of books which will help you along the way on your seed saving adventure! Also, if you ever grow weary on this adventure, I recommend sitting outside in a quiet place and imagining your garden at it's peak and how great it would feel to be surrounded by such wonderful creations!
"Seed to Seed: Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners" Susan Ashworth
"Saving Seeds: The Gardener's Guide to Growing and Storing Vegetable and Flower Seeds" Marc Rogers
"Seed Sowing and Saving: Step-by-Step Techniques for Collecting and Growing More Than 100 Vegetables, Flowers, and Herbs" Carole B Turner
All of these books can be purchased from Amazon.com
I wish you the best of luck and good wishes for you gardening escapades!