Discover the magic of special and rare organic berries seeds with our online store’s selection!
We’re passionate about supporting small farmers who cultivate and preserve these one-of-a-kind berry varieties.
By working with these farmers, we’re able to offer our customers a truly special selection of organic berries seeds that can’t be found anywhere else.
Yellow Strawberry Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Non GMO$7 Add to cart
American Beautyberry bush Seeds$8 Add to cart
Blackberry Seeds (Rubus ursinus) Thornless Bush$7 Add to cart
Golden Currant Berry Seeds (Ribes Aureum) Edible Fruit Bush Vine$7 Add to cart
Raspberry Thimbleberry Seeds (Rubus parviflorus)$7 Add to cart
Salmonberry Bush Seeds$16 – $28 Select options
Raspberry Seeds Non-GMO$7 – $48 Select options
White Strawberry Organic Seeds$6 Add to cart
Elderberry Organic Seeds$6 Add to cart
Blackberry Organic Seeds$6 Add to cart
Blueberry Organic Seeds$6 Add to cart
Blackberry Seeds Non-GMO, Open Pollinated$4 – $95 Select options
3 kind Strawberry Seeds Packs$5 – $345 Select options
White Alpine Strawberry$11 Select options
Strawberry Ground Cherry Seeds$8 – $14 Select options
Organic Strawberry$5 Add to cart
Berry Seeds FAQ
To plant berry seeds, prepare a sunny or partially shaded area in your garden with well-draining soil.
Sow the seeds in a shallow trench, about 1/4 inch deep and 6 inches apart.
Water the seeds regularly and thin out any overcrowded seedlings as needed.
The best time to plant berry seeds depends on the type of berry and the climate in your region.
Some berry seeds, such as strawberries and raspberries, can be planted in the spring as soon as the soil can be worked.
Others, such as blueberries and blackberries, prefer a cooler planting time in the fall.
Berry seeds generally take about 7-21 days to germinate, depending on the type of berry.
The time it takes for berries to grow and be ready for harvest varies widely depending on the type of berry.
Some, like strawberries, may be ready in as little as 3 months, while others, like blackberries, can take up to 2 years.
Yes, some berry seeds can be saved and used to grow more berries.
It is important to select seeds from healthy, high-quality berry plants to ensure a strong, productive crop.
Yes, there are many different types of berry seeds available, including seeds for strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and more.
Yes, some berries can be grown in containers, such as strawberries and blueberries.
Make sure to use a container with good drainage and provide the plants with plenty of sunlight and water.
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