There’s a term that has been bouncing around garden blogs lately. It’s garden porn — better known as seed catalogs. I’ve read more than one person who has said she’s curled up in a big chair with a stack of garden porn to dream about what she will plant this spring.

It may be cold now, but planting a garden may be a couple of months off, but buying seeds and starting indoor seedlings isn’t far off at all. It doesn’t always occur to those who want to grow their fruits and vegetables organically that they should start off with organic seed. Why start with organic seed? I found two videos that explain why and show you how to identify organic seed. The first is from our friends over at Organic Nation TV. The second I found on

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Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.