Organic Seed company recommendations?
Hello - Hoping all you gardeners out there can share your thoughts/ experiences. I'm starting to get ready to plan my garden for spring. (I'm in S. California, so spring comes early - like February) and I was wondering if anyone out there can recommend a company/website that sells organic vegetable and herb seeds for gardening.
I am familiar with "seeds of change", having purchased their seeds at my local health food market. Per their website, they sell "Certified Organic" seeds. Though I'm not exactly sure what that means. I would buy from them again, but would like to hear of other exeriences - either with this company or others who sell organic seeds.
Thanks for any info you might have.
my favorite seed companys , organic gardener from michigan
hi karotw , heres my favorites , territorialseed.com . ive gotten catalogs from say 30 companys past 10 years and i love territorial seed , their deep into organic . my other favorite co is pinetree garden seed in maine , but im not sure on organically produced seeds , just know that their seeds are untreated , i think just some are organically produced . if it happens to be that their oz packet spinach mixture and their oz packet loose leaf lettuce mixtures are organically produced i suggest them . now concerning herbs , ecspecially medicinal herbs like by the 100"s go to , www.richters.com , their catalog is great , has over 1000 herbs . their out of ontario canada . in closing heres 2 of my favorites ive found in vegis , in tomato the variety siberia , very early , very productive , with an i guess what you would call a beefsteak -acidic flavor . the other is dragon tongue bean , its also called dragon langerie, its flat yellow with purple streaks and about an inch wide and fairly long , its best raw eating bean for me , very i guess juicy . and if you want to see alot of bean varietys go to vermont bean seed company , but i dont think they are organic , just untreated . happy mulching