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Grow your favorite vegetables at home

Ready to grow your own produce right in your own backyard? Then get ready to harvest a healthy bounty—spring, summer and fall. As a high-quality seed company, Park Seed is proud to offer the home gardener the best selection of vegetable seeds, herb seeds and plants available anywhere. Whether you're looking for heirloom vegetable seed packets, organic varieties, hybrids or open-pollinated vegetable seeds and  plants, we have something special, and delicious, to offer you.

Seeds and vegetable plants purchased from Park Seed provide you with the highest quality. However, shopping for vegetable seed packets online isn’t just for gardeners with large plots and lawns, either. Every grower and gardener deserves the best vegetable seeds for sale to start their garden, even if your garden is a small space, like a greenhouse, a window box herb garden indoors, or a single container or two on a sunny porch or back deck. Open the door to all the different varieties of each vegetable and choose seeds or plants that will be the perfect one for you and your family. Discover lettuce seeds and heirloom seeds for leafy greens like arugula, romaine, swiss chard and collards. We even have carrot seeds and seeds for hardier vegetables like Brussels sprouts, radish, turnips, artichoke, leeks and more. Park Seed even has seed packets for smaller vegetables and nutrition-packed garnishes like microgreens.

Looking for veggies that are easy to grow? Choose from a wide variety of seed collections at  Park Seed. As always, Park Seed only offers non-GMO seeds that are natural, providing your family and home with untouched, native produce. Plus, growing your own garden and produce can save money on the grocery bills and improve your health and quality of life, simply by spending time in nature.

Get your vegetable garden started today and explore all Park Seed has to offer. Looking for tips on how to choose the right seed or raise a healthy bounty? Swing by the Park Seed blog for expert gardening advice from the greenest of thumbs.