Seed Packets By Theglp.org

Fundraiser for TheGLP.org 

The Seed Project is a non-profit project that provides employment opportunities to adults with special needs. We provide a variety of seeds, including vegetables, herbs, and flowers, to local garden centers, gardeners, and other retail outlets. Our mission is to provide meaningful employment to adults.


Seeds are hand-packed with care by participants in our Individualized Education Program (IEP) for students ages 18-21. Students learn how to live independently, obtain a job, navigate the community, and access local resources through the program. All sales proceeds go to support this program. This project is supported by SARE.org and Ceres Trust. The seeds are grown locally by many veterans. 


HOW TO PLANT - See Below  --- HOW TO BUY - See Below

Currently available: 

SARE's Supported - Sare.org - Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Project 

Supported by The Seed Saving Initiative project 

HOW TO PLANT Midwest Wildflower Seed Mix

Planting wildflowers in the fall can significantly add color and diversity to your garden or landscape. Here are the basic steps for planting wildflower seeds in the fall:

Once your wildflowers are established, be sure to leave them alone. Resist the urge to tidy up your wildflower bed! The tall plants will provide seed for the next generation, and the fallen leaves will protect the soil and new seedlings from harsh winter weather.


HOW TO PLANT Zinnia Seeds

Zinnias are colorful and easy-to-grow annual flowers well-suited to various gardening conditions. Here are the basic steps for planting zinnia seeds:


HOW TO PLANT Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkins are a fun and easy crop to grow in your garden, and they can provide a bountiful harvest of large and small pumpkins and delicious pumpkin seeds. Here are the basic steps for planting pumpkin seeds:


HOW TO PLANT Old German Dill Seeds

Old German Dill (Anethum graveolens var. germanium) is a popular herb that is easy to grow and produces flavorful foliage and seeds used in various culinary dishes. Here are the basic steps for planting Old German Dill seeds:


HOW TO PLANT Cantaloupe Seeds

Cantaloupe, also known as muskmelon, is a delicious and easy-to-grow warm-season crop that is well-suited to a variety of gardening conditions. Here are the basic steps for planting cantaloupe seeds:


HOW TO PLANT Tomato Seeds

Here are the steps for planting tomato seeds:

Note that:


HOW TO PLANT Beet Seeds

Here are the steps for planting beet seeds:

Note: Beet greens are also edible and nutritious, so you can also choose to use the thinnings in your salads or cook them.

Also, keep in mind that beets are related to swiss chard, spinach, and other leafy greens, so some pests or diseases that affect these plants may also affect beets. Keep an eye out for common problems and take appropriate measures to prevent them from taking hold.



The 18-21 transition program is designed for young adults who have completed high school requirements for graduation but need additional help to prepare for adult life. The community-based program provides a curriculum tailored to these moderately to severely disabled. It seeks to engage the participants with meaningful, hands-on activities consistent with their ability level. Individuals will develop skills in the areas of career and life management. Components of the program include community-based life skill instruction, work settings, and social skill instruction.