Green Barn Gardens sells a variety of high quality
heirloom and organic vegetable and herb seeds, as well as 'cottage garden' flower seeds. All of our seeds have been
tested for viability and are hand packaged with sowing instructions. Here at Green Barn Gardens, we believe that there
are many benefits that come from growing your own vegetables, herbs and flowers. Heirloom and organic produce are
by far better tasting and healthier to eat than store bought produce, and beautiful flowers at home are simply a delight.
We hope that you decide to see for yourself.
Notice: Our business is expanding! Remember to check
back often for more of your vegetable or flower favorites. If we don't offer something you need, be sure to contact us and we will try to find it for you.
NEW: Rent the
barnyard as a beautiful outdoor setting for your individual or family photos, or as an intimate special event
venue! For more information refer to our Renting the Barnyard page or Contact Us page.
you for your visit and Happy Gardening!
Green Barn Gardens is a limited liability
company and is committed to providing the best products available on today's market. Our goal is to assist in the
conservation and sharing of heirloom and organic seeds while offering helpful tips and educational resources to
our customers. We take enormous pride in the seeds we sell and the service we offer and look forward to doing
business with you!
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Blake Carver filmed and edited this wonderful Vimeo clip for us while spending
time in Utah at the barn. His incredible talents are clear to see when you watch... and by the way, he is also playing the
Dobro. Thank you, Blake!
Vimeo clip - Green Barn Gardens
Nick Carver is a successful self-taught photographer who resides in Southern California and spends time outdoors bringing the beauty
of the world back to his audience. Many of his landscape photographs have been published in a variety of magazines.
His natural ability impresses and his captured images truly inspire. We invite you to visit his web site and to read about his
visit to the barn.