Grow a Row FC request form
Grow a Row makes seeds, soil test kits and transplants available as we have them. The inventory is constantly changing, so please understand if we can't fulfill your request.
Name and email address
Mailing address (for seeds and soil test kits). We may ask you to pick up your request, but we mail or deliver as many as possible.
Do you want a soil test kit?
Yes, 1 kit
Yes, 2 kits
Herb seeds (transplant requests are below). If you want a specific variety listed, note the name under "Other."
Basil: Genovese Italian and Thai
Dill: bouquet, Dukat leafy, fernleaf and Long Island mammoth
Fennel: bronze, bulb, runner
Lavender: English, fernleaf, white ice
Flower seeds. If you want a specific variety listed, note the name under "Other."
Mixes: Bee feed, bird and butterfly, butterfly garden, wildflower
For part-shade: Foxgloves, blue lobelia (great for a container or hanging basket), blue salvia (deer-resistant), red salvia (deer-resistant)
Aster, Maryland and New England
Bells of Ireland
Black-eyed susan vine
Calendula (aka pot marigold)
Coreopsis (aka tickseed)
Daisy: African, heirloom chocolate, painted, Shasta
Dianthus: Arctic fire, fragrant, heirloom carnations, Ipswich pinks, sweet Williams
Nasturtium: climbing/trailing, yellow, red, mixed
Penstemon, Rocky Mountain blue
Sunflower, including dwarf, autumn colors, chocolate cherry, and the usual very tall varieties
Veggie seeds. If you want a specific variety listed, note the name under "Other."
Hot peppers: Anaheim, ancho, Bulgarian carrot, fish, habanero, jalapeno, serrano
Sweet peppers: banana, baby bell, Italian roasting
Pumpkin: little Octobers, small sugars (great for pies), Cinderella, jack o'lantern, big moon (leave one fruit per vine to grow giant pumpkins up to 200 lb)
Squash: Acorn, butternut (Waltham), crookneck, Kabocha winter, Long Island cheese, Primavera, spaghetti, straightneck, sweet meat, yellow summer
Bush tomatoes (great for containers or baskets): red cherry, litt'l bites cherry, golden jubilee, silvery fir tree
Tomatoes that need support: cherry, pole, Amish paste (great for making pastes and sauces), Italian heirloom, heirloom mix, brandywine, celebrity hybrid, marglobe, Mexico midget, orange, red zebra, green zebra
Watermelon comes in a variety of sizes. Bush sugar baby, crimson sweet, Moon & Stars, stone mountain,
Tomato, Better Boy
Tomato, Mortgage Lifter
Tomato, San Marzano
Epazote - should be in a container
Fennel, herb type (not bulb)
Lemon balm - should be in a container
Mint, chocolate -- all mints must be planted in a container or they will take over.
Onions, walking (aka Egyptian)
Rosemary (only 2 plants left)
Thyme, Pennsylvania Dutch tea
We generally send out a half packet of seeds. If you need more than that for any of the seeds, please tell us more (for instance, describe the size of the space where you'll be planting them or let us know over how many seasons you plan to use the seeds).
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