FEATURED SEEDS AT THE GARDEN SHOP
Hudson Valley Seed Library features heirloom and open-pollinated garden seeds and beautiful garden-themed contemporary art seed packs. Many of these seeds are produced on small farms; the rest are sourced from other local farmers, farmers in other regions, and from trustworthy wholesale seed houses that are not owned by or affiliated with multi-national biotech companies. $4.00.
Homestead Seeds has been growing the finest pumpkins, squash, and gourds for more than two decades, garnering the finest seeds from these exceptional crops. The company takes great pride in sharing these unusual varieties with the everyday gardener. $6.95.
Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties, preserving our agricultural and culinary heritage. The company has grown to offer 1,800 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs – the largest selection of heirloom varieties in the USA. $1.75–$10.00.
Fruition Seeds are certified organic, open pollinated, grown and selected to thrive here in the Northeast. These organic vegetable and herb seeds are suitable for home gardeners, market farmers and anyone who shares love of seed, sun and soil. $3.50.
All Good Things Organic Seeds offer certified organic, non-GMO vegetable, flower and herb seeds, including improved rare and heirloom varieties sourced directly from their farm in Ojai, California. The company’s mission is to improve existing open-pollinated and heirloom vegetable varieties for better performance in organic farming/gardening and propagate plant biodiversity. $3.50.
Kitazawa Seed Company is the oldest seed company in America specializing in Asian vegetable seeds. Since 1917, Kitazawa Seeds proudly continues to offer the highest quality Asian seeds with a selection today of more than over 500 seed varieties that produce dento yasai or traditional heirloom vegetables of Japan. $4.00.
Renee’s Garden features exciting and unusual vegetable, flower and herb seeds, including time-tested heirlooms, certified organic seeds, and the best international hybrids and fine open-pollinated varieties. They offer only the varieties that are very special for home gardeners, based on great flavor, easy culture and exceptional garden performance. $2.79 – $3.99.
D. Landreth Seed Company has offered the most extensive selection of fine lawn and garden seeds in the world since 1784. The founders introduced into the United States some of the most beloved flowers and vegetables known today including the Zinnia, the white potato, various tomatoes, and Bloomsdale Spinach. They have become the oldest seed house in America. $1.50 – $5.00.
Be a “Guerrilla Botanist” and help out the endangered honey bee and monarch butterfly. These hand-formed “bombs” are filled with either clover or milkweed seeds, which you can just throw and grow. The resulting plants provide nourishment for these all-important pollinators. $8.00.