It’s official – Jung is growing organic! Since 1907 we’ve supplied the highest quality seeds at fair prices to gardeners and farmers. Now we are committed to providing the same reliability and excellence in every organic seed packet along with some of the best prices in the country.
For seeds to be labeled organic they must be nurtured and processed in strict accordance with the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP) standards. We identified organic varieties of old classics and customer favorites as well as selected exciting up-and-comers for our 2019 catalog.
With winter underway and seed catalogs delivered, it’s easy to begin to get excited about planning for the upcoming garden season. In some areas, it’s already time to begin starting some types of seed indoors!
4 Tips for Improving Seed Starting Success
The best strategies for improving success and consistency with seed germination and to increase the quality of the seedlings you grow are:
With a new catalog comes the opportunity to try new products in your garden. This year we have added a large variety of exciting new seeds, plants and gardening supplies. Over the next few weeks we will introduce you to some of our new for 2018 offerings to help you get insight into what will work best in your garden this year.
We know you have a lot of choices, but many people have limited space when it comes to growing their garden. That is why, this week we are showcasing some of our favorite new vegetables to the Jung Seed Co. catalog that not only work in large spaces but do great in containers or small gardens.
This video shows how to plant vegetable to help survive conditions that are dry and drought oriented. Shawna plants vegetables in her native plant garden which has minimal watering and frequent drought conditions and shows viewers how to do it.