Welcome to Seed Mail. All seeds are researched and lovingly curated by me, Professor Mint. Currently I reside in an exceedingly hot zone 10b. Even so, I have attempted to grow almost every seed I sell in my own garden. Some things do better than others, some things don’t, but a lot of it surprises you. I like to live by the quote “There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments.”-Janet Kilburn Phillips. Since reading this quote, and gardening in this heat, I’ve found that even though picking seeds for your zone is a good place to start, you should break out of those boundaries and experiment with varieties that may not be recommended for your zone. So now I grow the impossible. I even grow the sweetest red raspberries when everything I read told me that I couldn't in my Zone 10b.
EXPAND YOUR LIMITS
As a company, Seed Mail Seed Co.'s goal is to send you on an adventure that will expand your limits, and help you to discover what you didn’t know you could do. Get out there and get your hands dirty. The impossible awaits you to go out and conquer it.
DESIGNED JUST FOR YOU
I really enjoy growing things that are rare or uncommon, from blue tomatoes and carolina reapers to orange eggplants and blue squashes, and Seed Mail reflects that. I will introduce you to some cool varieties that make growing and eating your own produce fun.
MASTER YOUR ADVENTURE
You can also find grow guides on Seed Mail’s website, so you’re never left totally in the dark during your adventure. While some may not need the guide, they are still made available to aid you in your quest to master your growing adventure. The grow guide has your seeds official name, a picture, so you know what it will become, some fun facts about your new plant baby, its likes and dislikes, and other helpful growing information. Need more tips and growing information? Then make sure to check out Mint2Grow’s Tips, where I'll give you helpful tips on the specific variety, and also my learned mistakes, to guide you further throughout your adventure.
GROW AS A COMMUNITY
Don't forget to join the Seed Mail Society on Instagram! Seed Mail grows as a community together. With your feedback and your support, we will set off to find more adventurous seeds to grow with each other. Share your Seed Mail journeys with us, and your fellow gardeners on Instagram, by tagging @seedmailseedco, or by using our hashtag #SeedMail, to let us know how your growing is going, what you’re proud of, what you’ve learned, obstacles you overcame, and for a special chance to be featured! Who knows, you may even make some friends.