This set of organic, non-GMO seeds features a selection of eleven vegetables and herbs that will ensure a bountiful harvest that is sure to inspire creative cooks. It includes packets of tomato, cucumber, onion, pepper, hot pepper, bean, summer squash, winter squash, beet, carrot and basil seeds.
The collection contains the seeds you need for our Plant It and Forget It Pre-Planned Garden; you can find this garden plan and others at our free, online Kitchen Garden Planner garden planning tool.
This exclusive seed set was specially created for Gardener's Supply through our partnership with High Mowing Organic Seeds, a small Vermont company that produces and develops the best quality, 100% organic seeds. Varieties have been selected for their exceptional performance. When you buy organic seed, you have the assurance that the seed was grown without synthetic chemicals and you are supporting farms and companies that are committed to organic agriculture. Varieties are based on availability; substitutions may occur.
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Comments about : Plant It and Forget It Vegetable Garden Organic Seeds, Set of 11:
Gave to my son for his garden. He was pleased with selections.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Buffalo, NY
Great arrangement of easy to grow plants; seedlings have already sprouted. Excited to see what we can yield from our crops. Would recommend.
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I would buy again!
from San Diego, CA
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Plan It & Forget It Garden
Many people will be using these vegetables. It also lets my young grandson learn to garden and he not only looks forward to working in the garden but enjoys it.
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