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Bulk Wholesale Heirloom Seed Sales

Yes, we do sell wholesale and bulk heirloom seed.

We carry heirloom flower seeds, herb seeds, grain seeds and vegetable seeds in bulk for many of the heirloom seed varieties we have.

We want to be your bulk seed supplier.  If you find a cheaper price on comparable seed let us know and we will beat it or try to match it!

Bulk prices are found on most of the individual variety pages, or you can use the filter on the left side to filter only bulk options.

All you need to do is look for the drop down menu on each of the varieties' individual pages and find the quantity you're looking for.

If you need quantities 10 pounds or greater of vegetable seeds, please call or email.  If 1 pound is the max quantity available and you need 5 lbs please email us and let us know.  farmer john

Five pounds and greater of bulk seed is normally shipped in these great reusable cotton bags. (Picture to the right)

If you don't find what you need in bulk wholesale quantity or you find a better price from another heirloom seed company, please email or call us @ 877-620-SEED

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Comments on Bulk Wholesale Heirloom Seed Sales

Forest McClain 03-25-2012 07:57 AM
We recently saw a picture of a blue tomato not a tomatillo tomato this was a larger one and have not been able to find the seed do you know of any true blue tomatoes?
Roger Weaver 10-16-2011 08:20 PM
Thanks for the german giant radish seed last growing season. I planted radishes on the 1st of September and am still enjoying Large sweet radishes. If you like champion you will love german giant, it is well worth the money
Lana Stuart 05-27-2011 09:54 PM
Hi, we are starting a nursery that supplies and distributes organic vegetable and herb seedlings. Any feed back would be welcome. Mahalo
Linda Dabulewicz 04-24-2011 08:29 AM
Figure out spacing of plants within the row and multiply by the number of rows and length of rows. Here is an example : I am planting my tomatoes in beds 110 feet long and two feet apart within the row. My bed can hold 55 tomatoes. I have 5 beds so I need at least 275 plants. Of course I grew 300 just to be sure :). They have been planted in my 28x120 foot tunnel. You should be able to find the number of seeds per oz on line.
Jawanda Morrow 02-03-2011 09:48 AM
I plan to plant about 1/3 an acres in organic tomatoes. I think I will need about 400 plants- I don't know how to translate that to pounds of seed? I live on North Georgia, we have a long hot growing season, I would appreciate your suggestions on varieties to plant as well.


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