Convenience, open 24 hours and 7 days a week and up-to-date pricing are all reasons why our customers are choosing our online store for purchasing our flower, grass and herb seeds. It might sound too easy, but new and current customers are checking out using the online store to fulfill their ordering needs, and they are finding many different ways to browse our store. You can check it out too by navigating your browser to our Bulk Seed Store to find the seeds you need.
There are many different ways to browse our online selection of over 450 products. Our customers are finding their products by using the search bar at the top of every page across our website or by viewing our product categories. If you know what you’re searching for, you can enter it in the search bar. There are many search terms that you can browse through on our website, and you don’t need a login to view them! Here are a few of the search criteria that you can explore if you know exactly what you’re looking for:
Plant common name
Plant botanical (scientific) name
If you’re not looking for something specific, you’re still in luck! We have other ways that you can search for different plant types. Try some of these search terms:
Still haven’t found what you want? These search terms will give you a wider list of results or try combining these terms for a targeted selection:
A color of your choice (e.g. blue, red, orange, white, mixed, etc.)
Seed type (perennial, annual, biennial)
Sun (full sun, partial shade, shade)
Moisture (moist, moderate, dry)
Bloom period (spring, summer, fall)
Once you’ve found the seeds that you’re looking for then login to view the prices and complete your purchase. Our seed consultants will follow up with you on your purchase and let you know what to expect next.
That’s it! No hassle. No headaches. It’s just you on your phone, tablet, or computer in the comfort of your own home or office. But of course our seed consultants are here if you need any help in your selection. Give us a call whenever you need us! (303) 431-SEED
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