High Mowing Organic Flower & Herb Seeds ~ Review

Thank you to High Mowing Organic Seeds for providing me with products to facilitate my blog review. All opinions are 100% my own.

Last summer, I focused my attention on our flower beds. We have several flower beds around our property. In the front yard, I had a lot of iris, snapdragon, and penstemon plants. I wanted to add a variety of flowers and herbs to give my beds more of a cottage flower garden look. I turned to High Mowing Organic Seeds to help me bring my vision to fruition.

For my review, I received a generous assortment of High Mowing Organic seeds including- Kitchen Herbs Organic Seed Collection, Fanni Common Sage, German Chamomile, Lemon Balm, Summer of Sunflowers Organic Seed Collection, Jasmine Scented Nicotiana, Nasturtium Blend, Painted Lady Sweetpea, Pink Lavatera, Double-Click Cosmos, Evening Colors Sunflower, County Fair Blend Zinnias, Maayan Orange Calendula, Crackerjack Marigold, and Dark Orange Marigolds.

All of my seeds did well but, the Teddy Bear Sunflowers and Crackerjack Marigolds stole the show! The Teddy bear Sunflowers were short in height but, the flower heads were full and “fluffy”. They had a similar texture to a favorite teddy. They were adorable! The Crackerjack Marigolds absolutely blew me away. I had never had much luck with growing marigolds. I figured this year would be no different so I planted hundreds of seeds. I planted them in our front yard and in our vegetable garden. Not only did all of my seeds grow but, they took over my vegetable garden. My vegetable garden was more of a flower garden this year! It was stunning. As the weather began to change and the flowers began to die, I collected them, dried them and saved the seeds. I will have Crackerjack Marigolds for the rest of my life.

I am really impressed with my High Mowing Organic Seeds! Next year, I want to try the Beeline Pollinator Mix, Lion’s Mouth Snapdragon, and Violet Queen Cleome.

In addition to flower and herb seeds, High Mowing Organic Seeds has a nice selection of vegetable seeds, cover crops, and gardening supplies. No matter what shade of green your thumb, I suggest you visit High Mowing Organic Seeds!

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Hello, my name is Laurie. I have been married to my husband for 13 years. We have two young daughters, ages 9 and 12 years old. My family and I live in Oregon so that means we are just minutes from the beach, mountains, and desert.  We love it here and try to spend as much time outdoors playing as we can. When we aren’t outside playing, I enjoy reading, baking, refinishing furniture, and other crafts.

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  • ellen beck

    What beauties! I am trying to do a pollinator flower garden and use wildflowers and such to bring more bees back. I love the Teddy Bear sunflowers, very pretty. Those marigolds though are just spectacular. I generally have to buy mine as annuals, but if you can collect these seeds, I might have to give them a try. Very beneficial in the garden, they keep a number of pests away!
    Now I don’t recall which zone you are in!

    • Hello, Ellen. I am in zone 8. I live near the Oregon coast. 🙂 Yesterday, I picked the blooms off 5 marigold plants. I dehydrated them on low heat overnight then this morning I put them in a Ziploc bag. The 5 plants filled a gallon size bag. So far I have 6-gallon bags full of marigold seeds and I have probably another 50 plants in the garden. Lol. I did my research and found that there are some benefits to giving chickens marigold blooms. I have 14 chickens so I plan on cleaning their coop this weekend and giving them a couple plants worth.

  • Maryann D.

    This assortment of High Mowing Organic seeds seems wonderful. I would love to grow any of them and one day I will make a nice garden.

  • Christina Gould

    Those photos are stunning. I’ve never seen a brighter flower. Thanks for posting!

  • Sarah L

    I’m very impressed with the Crackerjack Marigolds. I’ve never seen any that showy before.

  • Peggy Nunn

    You have such a talent for growing those flowers. I never have good results with seeds. I love your pictures, thank you for the review.

  • gloria patterson

    The one thing I missed the most when I moved from my home to a senior high rise was my flowers. These flowers sound and look so pretty. I always liked going out with scissors and cutting some flowers to bring in the house.

  • Julie Waldron

    Those are some beautiful flowers! I’ve never heard of Teddy bear Sunflowers before. I love them, they are so pretty!

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