Nov 17th Update:
The demand for our seeds has been much greater than we expected, and we thank you for your support and patience.
- We ordered a lot more seed and have updated the available inventory... there are a few seed varieties that are not available so we will be adjusting our bundles accordingly.
- For new orders coming in, we expect a quick turn-around shipping in about 10-14 days now that we have the inventory and our process has been smoothed out.
We’ve packaged our bulk seed into bundles with enough seed for TEN generous servings (at almost 50% off our already amazingly low in-person prices) and moved access to our seed education to a Student Portal. In addition, the seed varieties in our program are adaptable and resilient – not zone-dependent.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
CHOOSE A BUNDLE:
Simply choose one or more of our three pre-selected variety groupings in the Essential-25, Basic-25, or Banquet-25 bundles, or get ALL 75 varieties in the Ultimate-75 Bundle. Each of the "-25" bundles come with enough seed for 250 of our generous servings, and the Ultimate comes with enough seed for 750 generous servings!!
OR MAKE YOUR OWN BUNDLE:
Build on your order, or create your own bundle, by adding extras of as many individual varieties as you like with the Mix and Match Bundle. Minimum total order required.
SHOP AS A GROUP AND SAVE!
Each variety is the perfect size for a community garden, a neighborhood co-op, a seed swap, or even just to prepare 10 amazing food resilient gifts. Shop as a community, church group, or just a group of friends!
What do we mean by generous?
Those who have attended a Great American Seed Up in person know first hand. With the Seed Up in a Box, the average cost for a serving of seed is $0.72. For example: An order of our basil seed at $5.50 has 10 teaspoons, so each TEASPOON is ONLY $0.55 (serving size and cost vary by seed variety).
HOST YOUR OWN GREAT AMERICAN SEED UP!
We’ll provide you with the materials you need to start (seed, seed cards, and baggies), access to signage and info on how to set up seed stations for your event, and lots of educational materials to share with your community.