Collection: Organic Herb Seeds

A home garden isn't complete without a handy organic herb collection. Many herbs, including oregano, catnip, chives, cilantro, and thyme, may be planted and maintained indoors on a sunny windowsill where their aroma can be enjoyed. Fresh dill, parsley, and basil, for contrast, work great outside or on a side porch. Eden Brothers supplies organic herb seed in packets or in bulk quantities.

Planting the best organic herb seeds

  • 20+ organic herb seed varieties
  • Thrives in bright, sunny growing areas
  • Easy to grow
  • Great for seasoning, herbal remedies, pest control and more

Planting the best organic herb seeds

  • 20+ organic herb seed varieties
  • Thrives in bright, sunny growing areas
  • Easy to grow
  • Great for seasoning, herbal remedies, pest control and more

Know exactly what you're eating with organic herb seeds

This year, why not cultivate organic herb seeds in your garden? What distinguishes them from conventional seeds, anyway? Traditional procedures such as synthetic fertilizers and harsh pesticides are used to cultivate conventional seeds. Organic seeds are cultivated in organic systems using natural fertilizers and pest control methods, with an emphasis on soil and plant health. Organic seeds are developed utilizing techniques that aren't damaging to the air, water, or soil, ensuring the health and longevity of your plants. Check out Eden Brothers' large selection of organic herb seeds to get started on your eco-friendly herb garden right now!

An all-natural approach to organic herb plants

Organic seeds have a better immune system and are inherently resistant to pests and pathogens. This is due to organic farmers concentrating on the root of pest problems, which is usually soil nutrient imbalances or poor plant system design. Rather than using harsh chemicals to treat these plants, organic growers use a healthy, natural approach. Growing herbs from organic seed assures that your garden will grow chemical-free, allowing you and the ecosystem around your garden to breathe a bit easier and much healthier.

Remember that seeds are just the start of the organic gardening process. Chemical-free growing practices, nutrient-rich natural soil, and chemical-free water are required to keep the organic path and provide the most natural plants possible.

Where and how to plant organic herb seeds

Select a planting location for your organic herb seeds. Some varieties may be started inside, while others must be planted directly in the garden. Prior to sowing, organic seeds may require cold stratification or nicking of the seed coat. Cover your planting container with plastic wrap and poke a few holes in it to allow for air if you're beginning your seeds inside. Place your container in a warm part of the house with lots of light. When starting seeds outside, most seed varieties will benefit from adding compost to the soil. Every seed type has a downloadable planting guide from Eden Brothers! As directed, sprinkle or bury your organic herb seeds, then mark each planting location. Keep the soil wet but not soggy. Some cultivars are drought resilient and, once grown, require very little irrigation. Harden off your seedlings before moving them outside if you began your organic seeds indoors. Deadhead your foliage to ensure that your organic herbs flourish to their full potential. For further growth stimulation, organic fertilizer can be utilized.

Visit our Gardening 101 resource center to learn all about planting your own herb garden.