Untreated Seeds for Organic Growing, Non-GMO

Purple Asparagus Crowns

Vegetable Seeds

Browse our selection of untreated, non-gmo vegetable seeds for organic growing. Choose from over 850 varieties of open-pollinated and hybrid vegetable seeds. West Coast Seeds features certified organic and heirloom seeds for growing amaranth, beets, carrots, leeks, onions, peppers, tomatoes or just about any vegetable seed you would like to grow.

Grow Your Vegetables

Herb Seeds

Select from a host of fragrant culinary and medicinal herb seeds. Peruse our most popular herb seeds like basil, catnip, and chive or discover exotic varieties such as epazote, fennel, or shiso seeds. All herb seeds are untreated and packed fresh and available in many sizes or home gardens, market farms, nurseries, or commercial organic growers.

Pick Your Herbs

Jerusalem Gold Sunflower Seeds

Flower Seeds

View our vibrant collection of flower seeds. Delight your garden by picking & planting from over 200 beautiful flowers that will delight both novice and master gardeners. Many have been selected for use as edible flowers, to attract pollinators and beneficial insects for companion planting, and for use in water-wise xeriscaping schemes.

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Seeds to Plant Now

  • Beet Blend Beet Seeds BT171 1

    Beet Blend

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  • Butterfly Bush Bulbs BU240-1

    Butterfly Bush Milkweed Bulbs

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  • Celebration Swiss Chard Blend


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  • Oh Canada Zinnia Blend

    Oh Canada

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  • Rainbow Carrot Blend

    Rainbow Blend

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The West Coast Seeds Gardening Guide

Sungella Tomato Seeds TM797

Click here to browse the digital edition of our 2017 Gardening Guide.

Since 1983, West Coast Seeds has been supporting organic gardening efforts by providing grower quality seeds to markets growers and home gardeners. Each year your free subscription invites you to dream of spring, colour, sunshine, food, and family. Be sure to join our mailing list to receive the 2018 edition of the West Coast Seeds Gardening Guide.

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