1. Consider Growing Space
Gardens are possible in all spaces-balconies, raised beds, or window sills. If you live in an apartment, learn about how vertical gardening helps in making the best use of space.
Picking the right space helps you pick the right containers, soil types, plant varieties, sunlight requirements, and most importantly, buy seeds.
Be it on shelves, hanging baskets or backyards-let your garden be your most beautiful masterpiece.
2. Choose Which Varieties To Get
Buy seeds closer to your planting season based on your location. Once you have ascertained growing space, you can explore:
Exotic herb seeds: Herbs no longer need to be exotic ingredients on cafe menus. They can be very much part of your home cooking. Choose from your preferred varieties and add luxury to your everyday meals.
Vegetable seeds: Pluck fresh ingredients from your garden harvests. Rest assured of the best health for you and your family when eating your homegrown veggies. Have your pick easy from season-wise vegetable seed varieties.
Mixed flower seeds: Make your home entrance, balconies, and lawn a spectacle of vibrant and inviting colors. Take your pick from flower seeds varieties for every season.
Baby leaf seeds: Baby leaves are fast-growing plants perfect for making salads. You can harvest and use baby leaves after just 3-4 weeks of sowing them.
Microgreen seeds: Microgreen leaves are an excellent salad ingredient and are loved for their crispy and fresh taste. They can be 40 times more nutritious than their mature counterparts. You can harvest microgreens within 12-14 days of planting them.
3. Access Free Growing Guides
It’s easier to buy seeds online when they come with grow guides providing access to different plant varieties and their requirements. From small hints to detailed instructions, our growing guides prepare for a bumper harvest. They cover 100+ vegetable, herb, microgreen, and flower varieties. Plus, they make it simple to buy seeds online.
Free How to Grow Mobile App: Access free resources on variety types, planting cycles, soil requirements, growing conditions, and harvesting tips for a simplified home gardening experience.
Refer to our AllThatGrows Blog for deep insights into terrace gardening hacks, kitchen gardening tips, and season-specific planting aid.
4. Buy Good Quality Seeds
Whether beginners or seasoned gardeners, we recommend you buy seeds that assure quality.
Healthy seeds for your family: We don't make a bargain of health for a bounty harvest. That's why we do not sell pesticide and fertilizer-intensive seed varieties.
We supply open-pollinated, non-hybrid, and non-GMO heirloom seeds online. They come with substantial pest and disease resistance, cultivated with over a decade of modern expertise and traditional knowledge.
Safe and quality packaging: Our seed packets are designed to supply seeds in a moisture free pouch which preserves their potency.
How to store seeds at home? Seeds need to be stored in a cool and moisture free environment to maintain their viability.
We recommend opening the seed packets right before you plan to start the seed germination process. Read about how to successfully germinate your seeds.
Store the remaining seeds in an airtight jar in a cool and dark place that has no moisture.
Seed Kits: Our seeds are crafted as perfect gifts for health enthusiasts, gardening lovers, and a prized collection for your vegetable garden. If growing on a large scale, you can sample seeds in smaller batches with these seed kits before exploring bulk orders.