First and foremost, I want to send a shoutout to all of my wonderful customers. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for purchasing our products. It means the world to me when I notice people have interest in the products that I sell.

I started this hobby, which later blossomed into a business in 2006. Originally Seed Needs was my username on Ebay when I was only 15 years old. As time progressed and I got older, I began listing to other marketplaces around the web, such as Amazon, Etsy, Bonanza, and Walmart. I have learned so much from selling seeds over the years. Your kind words have given me inspiration to continue on with this business. Although the constructive criticism from a small majority is tough to hear sometimes, it has driven me to better my products and services. To this day I am committed to providing you all with a quality experience, and I can only hope that you will share our wonderful products with friends and family members.

Through the success of Seed Needs, I have been able to do so many wonderful things for people all over the world. One of which I am particularly proud of, is to be able to donate to 14 children in poverty stricken countries. Every month a donation is sent to provide them with food, education and medical treatment. (Between myself and my family, we now donate to 25 children thanks to all of your continued orders and generosity.)


Grow a garden filled with fresh vegetables this Summer, from beans, cucumbers, peas, tomatoes, watermelons and more! We carry a diverse collection of heirloom and open pollinated vegetable seeds which are both fun and easy to grow. Check below for some of our featured items, and be sure to browse our entire vegetable collection to view over 190+ varieties of freshly harvested vegetable seeds.


We carry an array of various herbs including culinary herbs, and medicinal herbs, from cilantro, basil, chives, oregano, wormwood and more. View a few of our featured herbs below, or browse the entire collection of herbs, which consists of 60+ varieties. Herbs are not only easy to grow and maintain directly in the garden, but are often times planted in pots and containers to save on gardening space as well. The majority of our culinary herbs can be grown indoors or outdoors and are also pretty attractive when they begin to bloom.


Who doesn't love flowers? They add a splash of color to bare spots in the yard or garden, that are otherwise, BORRRING! But that's not all, they also smell great and attract all sorts of beneficial insects to the yard too, such as hummingbirds, butterflies, bumblebees and honeybees. Here at Seed Needs, we carry over 265 different flower types. Some popular varieties include milkweed, sunflowers, lupines, poppies, violas, pansies and more. Check out our featured items below, or browse our entire collection of flower seeds to add a bit of color to your home this year!

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