Potatoes, Onions and vegetable starts, herbs, spring color and  many flower and vegetable seeds.

Vegetable seeds for the spring:

march 10 2014 009We have Territorial seed, Ed Hume seeds, Sero seeds, Botanical Interest, Renee and Hudson Valley Seed Library.  The Hudson Valley Seed Library is a small, farm-based seed company celebrating heirloom and open-pollinated garden seeds  and beautiful garden-themed contemporary art. Many of these seeds they produce on their own small farm; the rest they source from other local farmers, farmers in other regions, and from trustworthy wholesale seed houses that are not owned by or affiliated with multi-national biotech companies. They have signed the Safe Seed Pledge, and they adhere to Vandana Shiva's Declaration of Seed Freedom. As of May 2013, they are both a Certified organic farm and a certified organic handler.

nursery spring 002 Mason Bees:

Spring mason bees are increasingly cultivated to improve pollination for early spring fruit flowers. They are used sometimes as an alternative, but more often as an augmentation for European honey bees. Most mason bees live in holes and are readily attracted to nesting holes; reeds, paper tubes, nesting trays, or drilled blocks of wood. Mason bees are named for their habit of using mud or other “masonry” products in constructing their nests, which are made in naturally occurring gaps such as between cracks in stones or other small dark cavities; when available some species preferentially use hollow stems or holes in wood made by wood-boring insects  Bay Hay sells nests and mason bees that are in cocoons.

Lots of starts!

This is the time of year you want to put some color in your garden. We have lots of starts, 4" or gallons or bigger to fill up your pots on your deck or vegetable starts to put into your garden. Loads of perennials or annuals for shade or sun. Ground covers for many locations, bigger shrubs to create accents and fruit trees to complete your garden.

Grow your own plants!

We have seeds starting material such as greenhouses, peat pots, starting trays, seed starting soil, heating mats, remay, grow lights and many more items you might need to start your garden! Starting seeds indoors has many benefits, including an earlier harvest. While some crops can be direct seeded, you can start them indoors and move up the harvest date.