When you combine a weekly exercise regimen with a healthy diet filled with vegetables and fruits, you are well on your way to a healthier lifestyle. What better way to accomplish that goal than by planting your very own organic garden?
It doesn’t matter if you start out small, are ready to plant a small farm or group together with your friends and neighbors to create a co-op garden. However, you will need the best quality organic pumpkin seeds that you can find. The following information should help you discover great sources for both seeds and growers.
Local nurseries and garden centers generally sell bulk organic seeds bulbs. You should check your local phone directory and call around to find out what they carry. If they don’t carry seed in bulk, then they will more than likely be able to tell you if any growers in your area do.
Garden stores in your area are another potential source of bulk organic seeds. Home centers, like Lowe’s and Home Depot, often have a section for gardening. Large, discount box stores like Wal-mart usually have garden centers as well.
You might find bulk seed for your garden planting at a farm supply store if you live in a rural area. It is always wise to ask around, as a local grower may have want you want even if the store does not.
Another idea is to order bulk seed from seed catalogs and have them delivered to your home. Companies like Burpee Seed Company have many kinds of organic vegetable seeds in their catalog, and will more than likely have what your looking for in stock.
Johnny’s Seed Company has been selling farm equipment and bulk organic seed for almost forty years. Many people who are involved in organic farming or just have large organic gardens rely on this seed company to fulfill their needs.
Make sure the organic seed you buy has been certified organic. In order to verify this information, request the supplier’s organic certification. This information may differ from country to country, so do a little research in order to establish what certification means in your country.
For example, if you are in the United States, you will need to ask for the growers certification number, what the issue date of the certification was, when their annual inspection was completed, who inspected the grower and the name of the director of certification.