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MAURO Seed Co.

MAURO Seed Co.
Made in the USA
Sustainable Living

Maker Story

Seeds Of Change

Mauro Seed Co. Maker Dave Mauro and his family decided that the best way to help combat hunger is from the soil up. They’re making non-GMO heirloom seeds in Tennessee for folks to grow gardens, and they give seeds to those in need, too.

The Mauro family makes it easy for first timers to get started by grouping seeds together in kits based on growing season. So things like basil and cilantro are in the herb garden pack, and peas, spinach, and carrots make up a kit for cool-weather growing. A sweetly illustrated guide helps you along.

Heirloom seeds are passed down through generations and are thought to be more flavorful than commercially-made ones. The Mauros are even sharing their very own type of tomato in the tomato seed kit.

They give back by working with organizations around the world which get the seeds into the hands of people who need them most, and help them plant gardens. Best of all, heirloom seeds can be replanted year after year to keep the cycle of homegrown food going.

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Discovered 5/2/2019

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Made in the USA
Sustainable Living

Maker Story

Seeds Of Change

Mauro Seed Co. Maker Dave Mauro and his family decided that the best way to help combat hunger is from the soil up. They’re making non-GMO heirloom seeds in Tennessee for folks to grow gardens, and they give seeds to those in need, too.

The Mauro family makes it easy for first timers to get started by grouping seeds together in kits based on growing season. So things like basil and cilantro are in the herb garden pack, and peas, spinach, and carrots make up a kit for cool-weather growing. A sweetly illustrated guide helps you along.

Heirloom seeds are passed down through generations and are thought to be more flavorful than commercially-made ones. The Mauros are even sharing their very own type of tomato in the tomato seed kit.

They give back by working with organizations around the world which get the seeds into the hands of people who need them most, and help them plant gardens. Best of all, heirloom seeds can be replanted year after year to keep the cycle of homegrown food going.