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High Mowing Organic Seeds is proud to announce that we now offer the nation’s first and only line of 100% certified organic, Non-GMO Project Verified seeds! This has been a long journey, one that started for us six years ago, … Continue reading
If you’re planning to order from us in 2015, there’s no reason not to save 10% with a Community Supported Seed share! It’s simple: Just purchase your seed share anytime before December 21st, 2014, and save 10%! For example, if … Continue reading
Each year our Sales staff travels far and wide to tradeshows and conferences all over North America. The goal of these trips: to forge new relationships with our customers, to strengthen existing ones, and to understand their needs better. These … Continue reading
As the weather gets colder, many of us are thinking about moving our food production indoors. Hydroponics is a unique way of growing food indoors year-round, and can be done with completely organic inputs. While not yet approved for use … Continue reading
With garlic-planting season in full force, we thought we’d add a little fun by offering a giveaway. We’re very excited to partner with local potter Abby Tonks of Abby T Pottery in Randolph, Vermont, who is as big a fan … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe, but it’s that time already – time to start thinking about ordering and planting garlic! Here are some instructions for planting garlic and how to order the right amount. Already know what you need? Click here … Continue reading
Join us this Sunday, August 24th for the annual High Mowing Field Day, our fun-filled open house marking the height of the growing season! Learn something new at our workshops, tour the beautiful Trials & Showcase fields, satisfy your soul … Continue reading
Sometimes in the midst of the summer farm and garden abundance, it’s hard to remember to plan ahead for the fall and winter months. A little planning now can help you make that abundance last long into the winter–so we’re … Continue reading
In the northern reaches of the country we are just starting to see the first ripe tomatoes rolling in. Very soon there will be not only red but purple, yellow, orange, green, striped, white, long, fuzzy, and flattened tomatoes ready … Continue reading
A cross-country road trip reveals some remarkable things about America. Across the continent the vast differences in culture are evident in the range of clothing styles, food preferences, accents, vehicles, and dwellings; in our music, art, politics, and economic stability. … Continue reading