Planting Seeds

Grow Your Own!

In our zone, it helps to start thinking about your plans for starting vegetable or flower seeds in early March. Although each plant is different and many require a different start date, some seeds such as peas, can be planted as soon as the ground can be worked. Before planting outdoors, many seeds require a jumpstart indoors to maximize our short growing season. For best results, check the specific information on each seed packet.


Renee's Garden Seeds
Flower, vegetable and herb seeds

Offers a large assortment of both Certified Organic Seeds, as well as, conventionally produced seed varieties.
The top selling seeds for 2018: Baby Mesclun Lettuces; Heirloom Container Tomatoes "Tasmanian Chocolate"; Alpine Strawberries "Mignonette" and Mounding Nasturtiums.


Botanical Interest Seeds
Flower, herb, vegetable, heirloom and sprouting seeds

All seeds are untreated and non-GMO. 170 varieties of organic seeds that are certified USDA Organic.
"The seed packets are like mini-encyclopedias, full of information to inspire and assist every type of gardener.”
And, don't forget Kitty! Cat grass seeds are the # 1 seller of all time at Botanical Interests.

Lake Valley Seeds
Flower, herb, vegetable, heirloom and sprouting seeds

All seeds are untreated, non-GMO. (no treatment with neonicotinoid pesticides)


Pagano Italian Seeds

Specializing in Italian vegetable seeds: arugula, basils, chicory, beans and many more.

Organic garden seeds are all USDA Certified Organic.