Welcome To David's Garden Seeds®

Yes, you can grow a winter garden with cold hearty plants in many areas of the country, especially in the Southern USA.Yes, you can grow a winter garden with cold hearty plants in many areas of the country, especially in the Southern USA, with seeds from David's Garden Seeds®.

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Thank you for visiting David's Garden Seeds®!  If you love to garden, you will be excited to see all of the wonderful varieties of seeds we have. If you are new to gardening, our website has a lot of helpful tips to get you gardening quickly.  You will find helpful information on our website whether you are a beginner gardener or you have gardened for many seasons. We post video. pictures and tell about our experiences, both the good and the bad.

Special Statement 01-15-2021:  Many seed suppliers are closing down until they catch up.  Or, they are saying it will be weeks until they get the orders out.  Here at David's, we spent the fall getting ready for the seed rush of 2021.  We hired and trained new people. I spent every dime I had in the bank buying seeds.  We moved and reset our whole operation so we could pull orders quicker and smoother. At this time, we are filling orders with in 24 hours. We have sufficient staff to continue to meet the demand and get your order out with in 24 hours (Monday thru Friday).  We hope that you have a great growing season.  And by the way, we are following the CDC's guidelines for the prevention of COVID.

Winter Time Planting

It's time to think about winter planting in South Texas and wherever else it is still somewhat warm!  It gets cold here in Texas but not like it does back East. Here it is chilly and then it warms back up to the 60s and 70s. Soon it will be getting cold all around most of the country. Unless you have a greenhouse, do not plant anything directly into the ground until you are sure all danger of frost has passed in your area.

Visit our page on what to grow in the winter time.  Click here to visit our page on what to buy for winter growing.

In our garden we have beets, carrots, parsnips, burdock, onions (from seed and bunches)(full size and bunching), salsify, scorzonera, shallots, leeks, radishes, rutabaga, kohlrabi, fennel (bulb type) and turnips. We also have Swiss Chard, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, lettuce, collards, various greens and spinach. 

But wait! That is not all. Also growing in our gardens around the farm are strawberries, snapdragons, pansies, violas, petunias, ornamental kale, calendula, rosemary, parsley, mint, savory winter, some types of basil and thyme. 

We also have some green beans growing as well.  We have had to keep these covered due to the temperature dropping below 32 on a few occasions.

If you are starting seeds indoors and not in a greenhouse, you will need either a heat mat along with some grow lights once the seedlings emerge.

For more tips on beginner gardening, read this page.

For tips on germination read here.

If you want to know the difference between all the seed types click here.

Serving You

Our team takes pride in providing excellent customer service to you, from counting and packing seeds, to envelope design and shipping seeds to you.

Contact Us

Phone reception out here is bad so we do not have a customer service phone to call us on, but you can email us at davidsgardenseeds@outlook.com and we usually answer within minutes, unless it is David's siesta time.

Homegrown Is Best

Growing vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers is a lot of fun. Homegrown veggies taste a lot better than the ones you find at the grocery store. They cost less (after initial set up) and are healthier. They usually contain more nutrients since they are allowed to ripen on the vine, especially tomatoes. Plus, you control what is put on your garden. You no longer have to feed your family vegetables that have been sprayed with harmful chemicals. You can choose to use organic, safe products or none at all in your garden.

You have not eaten a tomato until you have eaten one that you allowed to vine-ripen on your own tomato plants in your garden. That is also true of the other vegetables and fruits you grow.

We specialize in growing tomatoes and tomato grafting as well as growing hot pepper plants like the Ghost Pepper and the Reaper Pepper.

We offer over 1700 varieties of seeds.  Many of them are heirloom.  You are sure to find some seeds you would like to try in your home garden. Our seeds change as we find beautiful, new varieties that we know you will love so check back often!

Go to Vegetable Seeds from David's Garden Seeds® Home Page

All of the variety information on the David's Garden Seeds® website, including the days to maturity, color and size are based on data from tests done at specific locations. Many factors, including geographic location, daytime and nighttime temperatures, the availability of plant nutrients, many unknown climate factors and insects/pest interact to determine a variety's performance. For information on which varieties will perform best in your area, we recommend that you contact your local county extension agent or a Master Gardener.

David's Garden Seeds® Mission Statement

Here at David’s Garden Seeds®, gardening is our passion. We provide top quality, non-GMO seeds so families can learn about gardening and love it.  In turn, we hope they will pass this passion down to their children and grandchildren, teaching them to grow  delicious food, fresh herbs and beautiful flowers.

David's Garden Seeds® Moves To The Country

David's Garden Seeds® is moving to the country. To follow our adventures out on the farm, see Mrs. David's Garden Seeds® website.