Grow your own food with the help of San Diego Seed Company
Due to Covid-19, we’re not offering in-person gardening classes yet, but we know that many, many people are using this time to start a garden and need to learn how to grow. How do you start off the right way? We have four great resources for you!
- Our online courses Grow Your Own Food and Seed Starting Academy are affordable and convenient ways to learn how to grow. Gardening isn’t a hard as most think, and Brijette de-mystifies growing your own crops at home.
- Our new Gardening Quick Start Guide which features the who, what, when, where and how of growing your own healthy, organic food.
- Our Garden Wisdom Blog is full of helpful articles that will support you wherever you are in your gardening journey. You'll find articles on topics like how to start seeds indoors, how to keep animals out of the garden, direct seeding for success, and growing vegetables in pots, just to name a few.
- Our periodic Beginner Gardener Online Class (live via Zoom) for Zones 9 & 10. Learn more and register.
In 2010, Brijette Peña took an oath to produce organic, regionally adapted seeds that gardeners, farmers and market growers could depend on. She not only produces organic heirloom varieties well adapted for the Southern California growers but she also facilitates and promotes ethical seed production aimed at providing growers the best varieties for their success.
We're offering periodic, live Zoom classes right now. You can find those here.
Check back when we're able to meet in person again
What people are saying
The garden group at the Skyline Hills Library just had Brijette back for another presentation, this one on Cold Season Gardening. She is so informative and engaging with her audience! She’s knowledgeable about all aspects, and can get technical, or talk basics. She and SDSC are jewels in San Diego gardening community!Kim Laru
I love this company! I took a class in seed saving last weekend and the owner’s presentation was full of information and her enthusiasm for growing plants and saving seeds was infectious. I highly recommend attending a class (or watching the video she made on this page) and buying the locally produced seeds. Since they are grown in San Diego, they are suitable for the SoCal climate but grow well elsewhere too (I have sent some to my Mother in New Hampshire!) There are now microgreen seeds as well!Kristy Vogt Dolan
I’ve taken two of Brijette’s seed-starting workshops in addition to having her consult and I’m a MUCH more effective and productive vegetable gardener as a result. A little time with Brijette was worth several seasons of painful trial and error on my own, even though I have good resources like books from Pat Welsh. I also love the seeds from SDSC. They have a high germination rate and produce good veggies!Christine Benton