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Before you start your own garden or nursery, there is an initial financial investment that you need to make. Gardening supplies like seeds and bulbs can add up unless you buy them in bulk. Before you plant next season, consult a seed catalog and consider buying your seedlings wholesale. You can find better deals on vegetables such as tomatoes and flowers such as tulips when you shop wholesale. Fruit trees and vegetable seeds can help put a dent in your grocery bill. Flowers will beautify your garden. Herbs can be used medicinally or to add exotic flavors to your food. With a garden you can achieve all of these goals, but first you have to find the right bargains. Consider these five popular wholesale seeds and bulbs terms:

  • Organic - Plants grown without pesticides or chemicals. Some organic gardens even eliminate all plastics. Organic vegetables are much healthier, but if you want your seedlings to grow you will have to find non-chemical methods of pest management.
  • Bulb - A popular form in which wholesale plants are sold. Flowers like tulips are often sold as bulbs rather than seeds.
  • Hybrid Seeds - Genetically enhanced seeds. Some are perfected in a laboratory, others through selective breeding. Hybrid seeds often produce superior vegetables. The genetic codes of most hybrid seeds are patented by big companies, so you may end up paying a royalty if you plant a lot of hybrids.
  • Heavy Feeder - Fruits and vegetables like apples and tomatoes are considered heavy feeders because of the large amount of nutrients they draw from the soil. These kinds of plants are particularly susceptible to pesticides. It is better to grow heavy feeders organically.
  • Bulbils - Very small bulbs formed by certain flowers such as lilies. Bulbils typically form on the leaf axils.
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    Wat To Grow - Boulder
    6395 Gunpark Dr, Boulder, CO 80301
    Hydroponics, Organic, Organic Gardening, CANNA, Bulbs, Horitlux, Ventilation, Can Fans, Digital Ballasts, Organic Gardening Tips, and More.
    (303) 473-4769
    2401 S University Blvd, Denver, CO 80210
    (720) 536-4802
    Way To Grow - Denver
    301 E 57th Ave, Denver, CO 80216
    (303) 296-7900
    Arkansas Valley Seed Company
    4300 Monaco St, Denver, CO 80216
    (303) 862-3590
    Rocky The Mountain Seed Co
    6541 Washington St, Denver, CO 80229
    (303) 623-6223
    Applewood Seed Company
    5380 Vivian St Ste B, Arvada, CO 80002
    (303) 431-7333
    Lake Valley Seed Company Seed Distributor Garden
    5717 Arapahoe Ave Ste 3, Boulder, CO 80303
    (303) 449-4882
    Organic Grower Solutions LLC
    Colorado Springs, CO 80929
    (877) 671-0305
    Saddle Butte AG
    11727 Montgomery Cir, Longmont, CO 80504
    (720) 684-6515
    Garst Seed Co
    17658 County Road 48, La Salle, CO 80645
    (970) 284-0944
    Knievel Seed
    2381 N I 76 Frontage Rd, Wiggins, CO 80654
    (970) 483-6166
    M & M Cooperative Inc
    113 Central Ave, Wiggins, CO 80654
    (970) 483-7328
    Pawnee Buttes Seed Inc
    605 25th St, Greeley, CO 80631
    (970) 356-7002
    Sharp Brothers Seed Co
    101 E 4th Street Rd, Greeley, CO 80631
    (970) 356-4710
    Wagers Seeds
    25731 Highway 71, Woodrow, CO 80757
    (970) 386-2329

    Seed and bulb wholesale distributors usually carry a wide range of supplies for farms and gardens, including vegetable, herb, flower, and fruit plants. Some of the wholesalers choose to focus on certain types of seeds and bulbs. For instance, a company might only sell organic agricultural supplies, or they might focus on selling rare tropical plants. Since companies carry different types of supplies, it makes sense to compare those that serve your area before making a purchase. Some seed and bulb wholesalers only sell bulk orders of their supplies. The definition of bulk, however, can vary from company to company. One company might consider an ounce of seeds as a bulk order, while another might only sell by the pound. Generally, the companies give larger discounts to clients that place the largest order. The more you buy, therefore, the more you save on the cost per unit. Most garden supply wholesalers have catalogs that can help you determine whether they have the items that you want to purchase. In addition to flower plants for the garden or nursery, they might also have propagation supplies and fertilizer blends to help grow flowers and plants in your garden. When purchasing seeds and bulbs, make sure that the mature plants will bloom within your zone. You might not, for instance, be able to grow tulips, bamboo, or tropical flowers in your area. Most catalogs include information about zones. If you need more info, then search online for gardening sites that can help you make educated decisions.
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