Please note that if something says "sold out" next to the price, we do not have it. Sometimes the website lets you put it in your cart, but that doesn't mean we have any left.

We can sometimes fill additional packets, so check back next week if an item you want is sold out. Your order will be processed more quickly if you do not try to buy "pre-purchase" items.

Bountiful Gardens carries only open-pollinated seed. 

No Hybrids. No GMO's. 

All seed is hand-packed, tested, and reliable for 2017.

We relabel our packets to conserve  resources. By re-labeling we are able to avoid waste and save our customers money. However, we never compromise seed quality. 
We test every batch of seed. Our in-house minimums for seed viability and germination exceed Federal standards. If a batch doesn't meet our standards, we don't use it. In the event that the only seed available is not up to our standard, we will tell you so on the label and give you twice as much seed as normal.
We pioneered heirloom seeds, starting in 1982. Over the years, we have earned the trust of customers worldwide. If you have any questions at all about our seed standards, policies, or labeling, please contact us. We would be glad to answer your questions.
By email: [email protected]
By phone 707-459-6410 Ask for Jamie
We wish you an abundant season!

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