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Seeds of Change

Posted on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 at 12:16 pm
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Since 1989, Seeds of Change has been producing organic vegetable, flower, herb, and cover crop seeds for your organic home garden. Their open-pollinated seeds come from a network of organic and professional farmers who are all committed to bringing you the best quality seeds in several varieties. Seeds of Change also produces several organic farming tools such as rainwater collectors, composters, soil, hand tools to keep your garden in tip top shape, and much more. Their years of research and hands on experience have resulted in helpful how-to guides for successful backyard and urban gardening.

In addition to producing organic seeds, Seeds of Change works to promote biodiversity and the use of sustainable organic farming practices. To show how committed they are to the environment and their worldwide community, Seeds of Change donates 1% of their annual profits to sustainable organic farming initiatives worldwide.

Individual seed packets sell for around $3.50 each with their tools costing upwards of $300.00. Visit the Seeds of Change website for complete ordering information and how you can get a catalog to browse all of their products. Seeds of Change operates out of Rancho Dominguez, California.

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