Top Seeds for New Gardeners

Park Seed Co. offers up a few suggestions that will thrill new and experienced gardeners alike.

| October 30, 2009

  • Park Seed Co.'s Squash
    Park Seed Co.'s Squash Park's Straightneck
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Bean Festina.
    Park Seed Co.'s Bean Festina
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Lettuce Summer Glory Blend.
    Park Seed Co.'s Lettuc Summer Glory Blend
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Basil Large Leaf Italian.
    Park Seed Co.'s Basil Large Leaf Italian
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Marigold
    Park Seed Co.'s Marigold Park's Whopper Yellow
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Cucumber Salad Bush Hybrid.
    Park See Co.'s Cucumber Salad Bush Hybrid
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Parsley Italian Plain Leaf.
    Park Seed Co.'s Parsley Italian Plain Leaf
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Sunflower 'Waooh!'
    Park Seed Co.'s Sunflower 'Wahoo!'
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue'.
    Park Seed Co.'s Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue'
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com
  • Park Seed Co.'s Zinnia
    Park Seed Co.'s Zinnia Park's Picks Mix
    courtesy Park Seed Co., www.ParkSeed.com

  • Park Seed Co.'s Squash
  • Park Seed Co.'s Bean Festina.
  • Park Seed Co.'s Lettuce Summer Glory Blend.
  • Park Seed Co.'s Basil Large Leaf Italian.
  • Park Seed Co.'s Marigold
  • Park Seed Co.'s Cucumber Salad Bush Hybrid.
  • Park Seed Co.'s Parsley Italian Plain Leaf.
  • Park Seed Co.'s Sunflower 'Waooh!'
  • Park Seed Co.'s Morning Glory 'Heavenly Blue'.
  • Park Seed Co.'s Zinnia

Starting a garden from seed is an incredible experience for a new gardener. To maximize their success with growing flowers, herbs and vegetables from seed, new gardeners can benefit from choosing seeds proven to be easy and reliable. So which seeds are best for new gardeners? Stephanie Turner, Park Seed Co.’s seeds and accessories manager, has created a list of 10 seed suggestions for those new to gardening. The following are examples of seeds that are perfect for new gardeners. They are not only easy to grow, they will also yield delightful results.

Bean Festina, Phaseolus vulgaris Festina

Resistant to common bean mosaic virus, this vigorous, bushy little plant sets nice straight pods about 6 inches long and full of rich flavor and nutrition.

Squash Park's Straightneck, Park's Straightneck



Ripening 8 to 9 inches long, these slender, heavy squashes have very thin skins for a more tender, succulent bite. You get the same yield from fewer plants than other varieties.

Cucumber Salad Bush Hybrid, Cucumis sativus Salad Bush Hybrid






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