Category Archives: About High Mowing Organic Seeds

A Guide to Starting Seeds: Artichokes & Acclimation (Part 2)

If you read our article from last week, you already learned about gathering your seed starting materials, including lights, soil, containers and more. You (hopefully) figured out your last frost date, and used it to determine when to start your … Continue reading

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A Future Heirloom: Introducing Abundant Bloomsdale!

WE believe that when farmers and public seed breeders get together, amazing things happen. We think it’s essential that organic farmers be involved with breeding projects because they are the end users – they know what it takes to make … Continue reading

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Our Top Varieties for California Growers

Each year High Mowing attends the EcoFarm conference in Pacific Grove, California, and each year we are fascinated to hear about the diversity of climates that California growers work with. This year one farmer mentioned that his farm in Sebastopol … Continue reading

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Top 5 Tomatoes for Containers

Whether you’re growing on a rooftop, porch, patio or fire escape, it’s essential to choose the right tomato varieties when growing in containers. The ideal varieties to choose are either determinate or semi-determinate, meaning that they have a more concentrated … Continue reading

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Breeding Organic Carrots with Bejo Seeds

Bejo Seeds has been breeding organic seeds for over 20 years— longer than any large seed company—because of their dedication to organic agriculture. Based in Holland, Bejo Seeds is a family-owned company with a focus on breeding exceptional quality varieties. … Continue reading

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Chef Robert’s Roasted Honeynut Squash Recipe

When Chef Robert Tobin heard about our Honeynut butternut squash, he knew he had to create a dish for it at TAMO Boston. He hunted down a local farm growing it, Siena Farms, and in no time at all it … Continue reading

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The Gift that Grows ~ Eco-Friendly Ideas for the Green Thumb on Your List

Do you have a farmer or a gardener on your holiday gift list? Here are some of our favorite ides for sharing the gift of growing with your loved ones. Gift Box Collections Want to give a gift of seeds, … Continue reading

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Savor the Rainbow with Indigo and Artisan Tomatoes

INDIGO TOMATOES feature eye-catching deep blue skin coloring, derived from wild tomato cultivars discovered in the Galapagos Islands and Peru. The color comes from elevated levels of anthocyanin, a powerful antioxidant. We are pleased to offer something for everyone this … Continue reading

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The Secret Garden: Our Web Exclusive Varieties

Looking for a variety you ordered last year, but don’t see it in the catalog this year? You’ve come to the right place! Each year some varieties don’t make the cut in our catalog – we may have decided to … Continue reading

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A Year of Giving

Each year High Mowing donates organic seeds and produce to a vast array of recipients. From school gardens to seed libraries, from food banks to senior centers, our donations have far-reaching impacts across the country. Through our Donation Program schools, … Continue reading

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