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Are you located in Southern California? Then bring the best of your seed collection to our hometown’s Seed and Plant Swap, going down next Saturday, February 22nd from 1-4 pm at the Chaparral Auditorium, located at 414 East Ojai Avenue in Ojai, CaliforniaBring seeds and plants to exchange if you’ve got them! We’ll be tabling with some giveaways and a few of our own varieties for sale. This event has a $5 suggested donation at the door and is co-sponsored by the Ojai Valley Green Coalition, Food for Thought, and the Center for Regenerative Agriculture. Contact David White at (805) 390-0747 or for more information.

A merry All Good Things Christmas! Those who are looking for last minute gifts can purchase gift cards through our web site. These gift cards can be shared electronically. Or, if you’re anywhere in Southern California, look up one of the 14 retail locations where our seeds can be found. Thanks for everyone who has supported us this year – it’s been real.

Our 2014 winter seed collection is here! 30 new flower, herb and vegetable varieties – all non-GMO and certified organic – are now available in our online seed catalog at From Thanksgiving through Monday, December 2nd take 20% off the entire store when using coupon code “PLANTGOODSEED” at checkout. Free Shipping too. Oh, and we’re putting in Mano Farm logo buttons in every order until the end of the year. Happy thanksgiving everyone!

So you’ve got your carrot seeds, and now you’re looking for some accessible and straightforward information for how to take them from seed to harvest? Look no further than the All Good Things growing information series. Our latest addition on carrots gives a brief overview of carrot types, covers seed topics such as seed depth, days to harvest, soil preparation, and watering. This guide is ideal for beginner to intermediate gardeners.