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Learn to grow organic plants, vegetables and herbs from seeds.

Growing tomatoes from seeds

Beautiful to watch grow, and a delicious treat to enjoy throughout the harvest

Why grow seeds

“Every leaf that grows will tell you: what you sow will bear fruit, so if you have any sense my friend, don’t plant anything but Love”

Gardeners find excitement and passion in the experience of growing plants from seeds. It is nothing short of amazing how a little, seemingly lifeless seed grows into a thriving plant.

You feel a sense of success as you see the first delicate sprouts pop out from the ground. With seeds, you can nurture and mould a plant’s future by choosing kinds that meet your preferences and requirements.

The excitement of witnessing each stage of development, from seedling to maturity, fosters a connection to nature and an understanding of the wonders of life.

As you become an integral part of the plant’s life cycle, the act of seeding, watering, and caring for your seedlings inspires a sense of duty and pride.

What to grow

Choose where to start your journey of cultivation

Monocot Seeds

Monocotyledonous seeds, or monocots, are seeds from plants belonging to the class Monocotyledonae. These seeds have only one cotyledon (seed leaf) within the seed embryo. Examples of monocot seeds include corn, wheat, rice, and lilies.

Dicot Seeds

Dicotyledonous seeds, or dicots, come from plants belonging to the class Dicotyledonae. These seeds have two cotyledons (seed leaves) within the seed embryo. Many common flowering plants, trees, and vegetables produce dicot seeds, such as beans, sunflowers, peas, and tomatoes

Gymnosperm Seeds

Gymnosperms are a group of seed-producing plants that do not produce flowers. Their seeds are typically exposed on the surface of cone scales or within cones. Examples of gymnosperm seeds include pine cones, spruce cones, and fir cones. Gymnosperms include plants like pines, spruces, firs, and cycads.

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Tips and Tricks

Several tips and tricks can be employed when growing plants from seeds.

Stay observant and attentive to the needs of your plants, nurturing them with love and care.

Your seedlings will flourish, producing bountiful, wholesome harvests while preserving the health of both your garden and the environment.


There are many common issues that gardeners encounter while growing seeds.

Keep reading to find solutions to help overcome challenges

Pests and desieses
When things aren’t going your way