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Hobby Garden Seed Store by alexey ,  Feb 27, 2013

Welcome to The Hobby Garden SEED Store.

We invite you to browse through our store and shop with confidence. We invite you to create an account with us if you like, or shop as a guest. Either way, your shopping cart will be active until you leave the store.

We are proud to be able to supply flower,vegetable,fruit, and herb seeds at greatly reduced prices to our fellow gardeners and we offer FREE shipping. upon checkout enter promotion code FREESHIP and you will receive free shipping on all orders of $15.00 or more.

We hope you enjoy your gardening as much as we do.

NOTE:  whenever you buy seeds of any kind whether you are an experienced gardener or just starting out, always do an internet search "HOW TO GROWxxxxxxxx from seeds" 

Some seeds need stratification which is a rather long process and you will need to start this process months before you are ready to start your seeds.


The Hobby Garden Seed Store10801 East 124th AveBrighton, CO80601 Phone: 3036412764 Website:

Helpful Hints

CLICK  HERE  and it will take you to all categories, Flowers, Vegetables, Herbs,  and Fruit Seeds click the featured button for more savingshere are some helpful hints for all gardenersGardening is a fun and rewarding hobby, but it takes an investment of time and mapFind your Zone.Where you are planting makes a big difference in what you should be planting. Different crops will thrive under different conditions.  -- most seed packets are labeled by USDA Zone, so as you shop you can make an informed decision.Location location.Is it close to an easy water supply? Is it close to home? How's the drainage? How's the sunlight? Make a plot planDiagram out your space on paper and put in the location of each row and what you'll be planting in each row.Fertilize.You should add a healthy dose of organic matter to the area you will be planting about three weeks in advance of putting seeds in the ground. Save water with the "5-For-4" Rule.The "5-for-4" rule is that a 5 percent increase in organic matter in your garden will yield make it store 4 timesmore water. Another great water saving idea is to plant drought-tolerant plants and succulentsDrop the Acid.You have to know thepH of your soil. Certain plants like more acidic soil, certain like a more basic soil. Generally speaking, most plants like a neutral pH, which adding organic matter can help you achieve. If you're a geek who wants to get into gardening, consider anelectronicpH tester. Because you know you want it.Timing is important. Except when it isn't.In a lot of climates, you don't want to begin planting too early. But in some climates you can plant stuff year round. A good rule of thumb is that new seedlings like a lot of light, like 12+ hours of light. Know your zone and read your seed packages!Read Your Seeds.OK, maybe that's too basic. But it can't hurt. And they're generally really informative about ideal planting and growing conditions!Plant when it's cloudy. And the moon is full.Just kidding about the full moon. But seriously, your beautiful plants you just bought atOSHor wherever will be much more likely to survive if you can put them in the ground on a cloudy day or rainy.Gradually let the sun come out.If the plants you bought were not in a sunny location when you bought them, keep them in a partial-sun spot and only gradually expose them to the full sun.Water weekly, water deep.Water once a week, and really water deeply to encourage deep root growth. Use a  soaker hose, and water in the early morning.Mulch It can be compost or another organic layer, or it can be something like plastic or stones. Mulch keeps the water in, keeps the temperature even, keeps the bugs away, keeps the soil healthy and when used tastefully can make your garden look shiny.Drown.I haven't tried it, but Sink tuna cans or low dishes into the ground so that they are level with the soil surface. Fill with a mixture of half beer and half water, or 3 teaspoons of yeast per cup of warm water. Slugs are attracted by the smell, then fall in and drown."You can Kill weeds with vinegar.White vinegar can work wonders.  Works best on a sunny dayClean Your Tools.Keep your garden tools clean. I know, it sounds counter-intuitive. If you're going to let anything stay dirty, you would think it would be the thing you're always using to dig in the dirt with. But soil on your tools can harbor plant killing microbes!
The on line HOBBY GARDEN SEED STOREWelcome to my Hobby Garden Seed Store. My name is Andy Zigan and I am retired living near Brighton, CO. I am doing a lot of gardening, and selling garden seeds that I buy in bulk. My prices for garden seeds are very reasonable and FREE shipping is available for all garden seeds.  Get your garden seeds for your spring planting before all are gone.   Last year I went to a seed store in February and found that almost all garden seeds were already sold. Please sign my guest book. Thank You