Welcome to our best-ever collection of the world's finest vegetable, herb and flower seeds.
The spirit with which gardeners sow seeds, tend gardens and celebrate seasonal abundance is extraordinary. It's contagious goodness borne of one's passion for gardening and cooking, and the magic of seeds. Growing and cooking our own food propels the cadence of our lives, our physical health and well-being, and the joy that we share in the world that we help to create.
Our ever-expanding website includes photos of our homegrown harvest, extensive horticultural information, our eCookbook and Like-Minded Spirit resource sharing. Like us on Facebook to join our community. Call us for personal assistance Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Lance Frazon, our seed specialist, loves to talk seeds.
With warm regards, Jo-Anne van den Berg-Ohms, Managing Director
PS: Send us your favorite vegetable and herb recipe and photos of your own special kitchen garden. If we use them in our catalog or on our website, we will send you a $25 gift certificate! Submit entries to: email@example.com
Bobbi Angell draws our catalog and seed packet artwork from her studio in the hills of southern Vermont. An avid gardener, she proudly grows many of the varieties we offer. Her graceful line drawings were featured in The New York Times Garden Q&A column for many years and are compiled in 1000 Gardening Questions and Answers, Our Life in Gardens and To Eat. She is renowned for her detailed scientific illustrations and elegant copperplate etchings of plants. Visit Bobbi at www.bobbiangell.com
We work hard to provide you with the best, most practical horticultural information to help make gardening joyful, abundantly productive and rewarding. You will find horticultural tips for each type of vegetable, herb and flower seed organized by classification. We've also dedicated ourselves to providing you with a wealth of personally crafted recipes as well as those from renown chefs across the country. You may find our online cookbook here, or under each classification of vegetable, herb or flower. We've included a sprinkling of hands-on tips and recipes courtesy of Barbara Damrosch, Four Season Farm, Harborside, Maine. Barbara authored The Garden Primer and, together with her husband Eliot Coleman, The Four Season Farm Gardener's Cookbook.