Collection: Organic Vegetable Seeds

Eden Brothers always sells 100 percent pure seed with no additives or fillers. But if you want to go the extra mile with clean and healthy vegetables, organic seeds are a great category to explore. You're one of those shoppers who heads straight to the organic section of the grocery store. We understand! But here, growing means knowing. You can be fully confident that your organic lettuce, cucumbers, peppers and all other veggies are certified by the USDA under strict guidelines. Since you nurtured them from seed to table, there's no question about where they've been. Grow organic today!

What we love about growing organic vegetables

  • 100+ organic vegetable seed varieties
  • A wonderful selection of warm and cool season organic vegetables
  • Offers more antioxidant compounds linked to better health than regular vegetables
  • Organic gardening helps prevent a loss of topsoil, toxic runoff, water pollution, and more

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What we love about growing organic vegetables

  • 100+ organic vegetable seed varieties
  • A wonderful selection of warm and cool season organic vegetables
  • Offers more antioxidant compounds linked to better health than regular vegetables
  • Organic gardening helps prevent a loss of topsoil, toxic runoff, water pollution, and more

The advantages of growing organic vegetables

Organic vegetables are clean, sustainable, and meet special USDA requirements. Take a break from the produce aisle this spring and cultivate your own homegrown organic veggies! Growing vegetables from organic seed reassures that you know exactly what you’re offering at your dinner table—no reason to worry about chemicals or synthetic fertilizers making their way to the plate. Organic seeds are grown in organic systems with natural fertilizers and pest management techniques, with a focus on soil and plant health. Organic seeds are cultivated using processes that aren't harmful to the air, water, or soil, guaranteeing that your plants are healthy and long-lived. To get started on your eco-friendly veggie garden today, check out Eden Brothers' vast collection of organic vegetable seeds.

Organic gardens let nature do the work

Organic farmers employ a healthy, completely natural approach to care for plants rather introducing anything foreign. Growing vegetables from organic seed ensures a chemical-free garden, allowing you and the nature around your garden to breathe a little easier and live a little better. Because of this, organic seeds have a stronger immune system and are naturally pest and disease resistant. Organic farmers focus on the source of pest issues, which is frequently nutritional imbalances in the soil or poor plant system design. Making adjustments to these factors instead of resorting to harsh chemicals really makes a huge difference in the health and taste of homegrown vegetables.

Where to plant organic vegetable seeds

Seeds are only the beginning of the organic gardening journey. To stay on the organic track and cultivate the most natural plants possible, chemical-free growing practices, nutrient-rich natural soil, and chemical-free water are vital. Start by choosing a location for your organic vegetable seeds to be planted. Some cultivars may be started inside, while others must be planted outdoors. Organic seeds may require cold stratification or seed coat nicking before planting. If you're starting your seeds inside, cover your planting container with plastic wrap and poke a few holes in it to enable air to circulate. Place your container in a warm, well-lit area of the house. Most seed varieties will benefit from the addition of compost to the soil when starting seeds outside. Eden Brothers provides a printable planting guide for every seed variety!

Additional Planting Information for Organic Vegetable Seeds

Scatter or sow your organic vegetable seeds as indicated on the planting guide, then label each planting site to avoid confusing your varieties. Maintain a moist but not soggy soil. Some varieties are drought resistant and need very little watering once established. If you started your organic seeds indoors, harden off your seedlings before moving them outside. To guarantee that your organic vegetables reach their maximum potential, deadhead the leaves. Organic fertilizer may be used to boost growth even further. See our Gardening 101 resource center for more information.