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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
Sweet corn is an essential crop for many organic farmers, and farmer-breeder Martin Diffley is no exception. But Martin couldn’t find an organic variety that worked on his farm. So he collaborated with plant breeders to make one. Martin had … Continue reading
When you open your mailbox a few weeks from now and find our catalog inside, you will immediately notice that it looks very different . . . and better! We are so pleased, we just can’t wait for you to … Continue reading
Catalogs are in the mail and arriving in homes in a few weeks. If you’ve seen our past catalogs, you’ll notice that this year’s catalog “feels different.” Here’s why. One of biggest challenges in producing a print catalog with hundreds … Continue reading
Last chance to enter our sprouting kit giveaway! Contest ends Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 at midnight! Click here to enter. Fall is a great time to start experimenting with new flavors, taking advantage of the season’s bounty of crisp apples, … Continue reading
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
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