Spring is just around the corner, can you see it? Probably not since its still very cold, but it is coming sooner than you think. Yesterday while taking a walk I saw a bunch of little flowers creeping up from the cold ground. As much as I love winter, I love spring probably a bit more, with all the new life and beautiful colors.
If you have thought about growing your own gorgeous flowers, bountiful veggies or any other wonderful living thing, than take a look at these websites for some great organic seeds.
Seeds of Change – They currently offer over 600 distinct varieties of 100% organically grown seeds for the home gardener and over 100 varieties in bulk quantities for the market grower. Many of our varieties represent decades, even centuries, of cultures from around the world who have saved their favorite, most flavorful and nutritious plants. Offering home gardeners and professional growers the highest quality seed varieties, combining superior agronomic traits with beauty, flavor and nutrition. The prices seem pretty fair.
Park Seed Co. – The Park Seed Company has committed itself to offering only the highest-quality, untreated, non-genetically-modified seed. Today, we have also grown to be a trusted source for professionally grown Certified Organic seed. The production of these Certified Organic seeds is regulated by the National Standard for Organic Agriculture, a process that includes meticulous soil testing and the use of only organic approved fertilizers and pest control methods. They offer 50 Certified Organic seed varieties. Prices are very reasonable.
The Natural Gardening Company – They established the first certified organic nursery in the United States, and proudly offering a comprehensive selection of certified organic seeds and certified organic seedlings for vegetables, culinary herbs, and flowers. They have a great variety of seeds available and prices are great.
My hope is to compare these seeds and get back to you with the results of which ones are best. Stay Tuned!