Our office, warehouse, and production facility is located at 5717 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, Colorado.
Our hours are Monday to Friday 7:00 am – 3:30 pm Mountain Time.
Although individual seeds of the same species are remarkably similar to each other, seeds from different species vary considerably in size and weight. This makes it impractical to define a “standard” packet across the wide range of species we offer.
Yes, many of our varieties are available in Value Pack sizes.
We purchase our seed from growers around the world.
All of our seeds are non-GMO and untreated (including no treatment with neonicotinoid pesticides).
Our Organic line of Herbs, Vegetables, Sprouts and Flower Seeds are certified organic by the USDA, and Colorado Department of Agriculture.
Seed importation rules differ depending on the country. Therefore movement of seeds purchased from Lake Valley Seed to any other country is done at your own risk of product seizure at customs. We do not supply phytosanitary certificates.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and AMEX.
Yes. We accept checks.
Your personal information is used only for order entry, payment, and communication between Lake Valley Seed and yourself. Lake Valley Seed will not share your information with any other entity except to fulfill your order.
You will receive an email notification at checkout. You can also monitor the status of your order online when you access your account on our website.
Lake Valley Seed Company ships to the United States.
Most orders are currently being processed and shipped from the Lake Valley Seed facility within 5-10 Business Days.
Applicable taxes and shipping will be automatically calculated at checkout.
If there is a problem with your order, contact email@example.com
The most important difference between organic and standard seed are the systems that produced them.
Genetically Modified Organisms [GMOs] are created by a laboratory process where genes from one species are extracted and artificially forced into the genome of a plant species with which they would normally be incapable of exchanging genes.
Hybrid varieties are created when humans use selective pollination to cross different varieties and species. Hybridization occurs naturally (crosspollination) but seeds that are advertised as hybrids were deliberately crossed to express certain traits. Common ones are disease resistance, size, color, and cold hardiness.
Seeds saved from hybrid plants may revert to the stronger of the “parent” genes, instead of reproducing exactly as they were.
All our seeds are non-GMO. Lake Valley Seed does not knowingly buy or sell GMO seeds of any kind.
Thank you for your order! When your order ships, you will receive an email notification from us to let you know that it has left our warehouse. Your tracking number will be included in that email. You should also receive an email from your courier with your shipment details as well.
Lake Valley seeds can be found across the United States and our list of retailers is always growing and changing. The best way to find a retailer near you is by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org.