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Originally native to India, basil has earned itself a seat at many a dinner table around the world. Most commonly found in Italian cuisine and a main ingredient in the popular condiment pesto, basil is also used in many Southeast … Continue reading
Win a $75 gift certificate to High Mowing Organic Seeds! This contest has ended – congratulations to Adrienne! Thank you to everyone who participated! Half the fun of having a garden is planning the garden during those long cold winter … Continue reading
This contest is now over – thanks for everyone who entered! We love to hear from our customers on what your favorite varieties are – and why! Providing us with feedback on the varieties we carry helps us improve the … Continue reading
Every year, High Mowing donates a huge quantity of seeds and produce. The donations end up in the hands of recipients ranging in distance from just across the driveway to places as far-flung as Haiti. These donations are an integral … Continue reading
Support your organic seed company and save money on your 2014 seed order by purchasing a Seed Share. It’s simple: just purchase a share through our website or over the phone before December 21st, 2013, then use your credit to … Continue reading
“Quality Control is the circulatory system of a seed company, where the seeds are constantly cycling their way through,” says Melanie Hernandez, our Germination Testing Specialist. Melanie oversees all the QC operations here at High Mowing Organic Seeds. Before joining … Continue reading
Spoiler alert! Here’s a sneak peek of some of the new varieties you’ll find in our 2014 catalog, arriving soon in mailboxes near you. We hope you like them as much as we do! You can find all of these … Continue reading
It’s finally that wonderful time of year when the garden is full of produce, but here in Vermont a chill nips the ears and neck on early morning harvest missions. Many of us have already seen the first frosty weather, … Continue reading
If yard space is your only limitation, you can still grow a vegetable and herb garden successfully on your patio, porch, or even your door stoop. With the proper container, amount of light and water, soil type, and fertilizer, you … Continue reading