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Try one of our Terrarium Workshops!

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Our 2017 Classes are in full swing, and our Terrarium Workshops have proven to be our most popular offering.  Our classes are fun, casual and send you home with a beautiful creation.  We offer "all-inclusive" pricing so you can use whatever materials you want without worrying how expensive your project is becoming.  Visit our calendar to see our other classes and register directly on our website.  www.seattleseed.com/classes/

Check out some of our customers' past creations!

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Organic vs. Non-GMO

Far too many people think that non-GMO is equivalent to organic, and the truth is that while an Organic labels requires food to be non-GMO, the same is not true in reverse.  Non-GMO foods can still be drenched in pesticides, herbicides, and other unhealthy substances.We've created this infographic to highlight the differences between non-GMO and [...]

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Healthy Creations Donut Pop-up Shop on April 16th (V/GF/Organic)

Hey ya'll Its spring and we are hosting a FLAVORGASMIC Donut Pop-Up again, April 16th from 10:00-1:00p! All of Chef Ariel's donuts are healthy, fluffy, cakey, flavorful and no one would ever know they are vegan, gluten-free, trans fat-free, and nut-free! If you want to try some of her new creations stop by Seattle Seed Company [...]

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Container Gardening: Grow Your Own Salad Bar

If you have ever wanted to grow your own ready-to-eat salad garden, but don’t have a yard or plot at a p-patch, then container gardening is the space-saving solution for you. Many vegetables and flowers are perfect for growing in containers, and they do not require very much space at all. Growing food in containers allows you to create [...]

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2016 Early Bird Event

If you shop by January 31st, 2016, you can score some really amazing free gifts with your purchase!Orders of $20 or more get a free Year-Round Garden PlannerOrders of $40 or more get a free bar of our organic Orange & Lavender soapOrders of $60 or more get a free copy of Barbara Ellis's book [...]

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Getting Started with Microgreens

Welcome to our series on Microgreens! It may be a bit over the top but I can't resist calling it: "Microgreens with Marilee!"(I just had to do it)Over at Seattle Seed we are celebrating the arrival of microgreen seeds!  These vitamin-packed adolescent versions of popular plants are tasty and fun and tiny and cute.  I'm also told they are [...]

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April Gardening To-Do List:

Planting:April is prime-time for planting all sorts of edibles, and also for continued clean-up and preparation. Start Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, and broccoli. Sow another set (or your first set) of beans, squash and sweet corns, carrots, summer squash turnips, sweet peas and leaf lettuce. Sow spinach seeds so that you can have sweet [...]

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Happy Spring!

Happy Spring!!! To celebrate the new season, we are opening up our shop in Madrona to the public during the week and on certain weekends.  Check our Facebook page for current operating hours www.facebook.com/seattleseedCome shop our entire selection of #nongmo seeds, soaps, greeting cards, local honey, books and gifts.  We accept all forms of payment, [...]

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Summer Gardening in the Northwest

The only way to ensure you have the freshest vegetables is to grow them yourself. Plus, with growing your own you know they are commercial herbicide and pesticide free.By mid-summer, most gardens are in full swing. Crops such as lettuce, radishes, peas and spinach have had their growing season and are being harvested by this [...]

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5 minute DIY Twine Dispenser

We made this twine dispenser in 5 minutes and it only cost $5 or less.  The jar and the lid could be painted or decorated in any way, and it keeps twine dry and easily accessible without tangling or unraveling itself.

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