Fall Seeds for Fall Gardens: Now Available in New Port Richey

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on November 4, 2020

Seeds for your fall gardens are now in at Rose’s Bistro and Wright’s Natural Market & Cafe in downtown New Port Richey.

Fall Seeds for Fall Gardens: Now Available in New Port Richey

Rose’s and Wright’s each feature seeds from Seed Savers Exchange.  These are organic, heirloom seeds of the highest quality. There is a wide range of seeds at both locations.  You’ll find collards, kale, peppers, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, and plenty of other terrific seeds for your seasonal garden.  There are also assorted flower seeds, including milkweed for monarch butterflies.

There is considerable diversity at both locations – so if you don’t find exactly what you like at one location, check the other.  While at Rose’s enjoy a tasty meal or pick up a sandwich. While at Wright’s shop for high-quality organic and natural foods and nutritional supplements.

Rose’s Bistro and Wright’s Natural Market & Cafe are both participating businesses in New Port Richey FarmNet.  The Seed Savers Exchange seeds are distributed by Friendship Farms & Fare, also a FarmNet participant.  All three are locally-owned, locally-operated, and community-committed. Also, remember, if you cannot find exactly what you want, special orders can be made.

Remember:  by acquiring your seeds from locally-owned sources you are contributing to a more resilient, healthy, and vital local community.  It keeps money in the community and supports individuals and businesses who are your neighbors and community partners.  With the good supplies of seeds at these great local businesses, there is every good reason to acquire your seeds here.

For more information contact Dell deChant, ddechant@tampabay.rr.com


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