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Our seedlings are cared for with love and therefore we only use Organic & Non-GMO seeds and our baby plants are never treated with synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fungicides.


Seedlings are grown in volcanic rockwool cubes 1.5in x 1.5in and are ready for a Tower Garden but can also be planted in any other aeroponic or hydroponic system or soil.


Seedlings inventory updates every Tuesday afternoon.


Seedlings ship on Mondays and Tuesdays only. We ship with UPS 2nd Day Air.

Orders placed on Monday or Tuesday by 12:00 pm EST will be shipped on that day.

Orders placed after 12:00 pm on Tuesday will ship the following Monday.

Stinging Nettle

  • Stinging Nettle is one of the most nutrient-rich native herbs known. It is safe for almost everyone, has a plethora of uses, and is actually quite delicious. All parts of the nettle plant are edible and are used by some practitioners today in herbal remedies. Stinging Nettle has been used to address a range of ailments over the centuries. Leaves, roots, and seeds have all been used medicinally, and each has different applications. Stinging nettle is most commonly used for diabetes and osteoarthritis. It is also sometimes used for urinary tract infections kidney stones, enlarged prostate, hay fever, and other conditions. The nettle leaves are extremely high in nutrients and make a delicious tea. The flavor is sweet and salty, with a pleasant, earthy taste. Drinking it reminds me of sitting in a peaceful forest. When cooked, the leaves have a similar taste to spinach and are quite high in vitamins A and C and contain good levels of other nutrients. Stinging nettle root extract is often used in over-the-counter supplements and herbal remedies, particularly those labeled for “men’s health.” The root extract contains beta-sitosterol, a plant phenol that has been shown to reduce urinary tract complications associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) – the enlargement of the prostate.

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