Founded in 1850
Livingston Seed has been a staple for farm stores and independent garden centers. Currently headquartered in Norton, MA we have grown to be become the number one supplier of top-quality, non-GMO vegetable and flower seeds for independent businesses by offering a great value to consumers while providing world-class customer service to retailers.
We consistently offer an expansive range of reliable seed in both packet and bulk while staying committed to independent businesses and do not sell to “big box” retail stores. Our truly unique window packaging showcases more seed for less and clearly more seed than the competition and we offer only the best in top-quality seed displays.
As always, customer service is our primary goal. If you are a retailer and interested in selling our product or would like more information, please click here to learn more today click here to learn more!
Trusted by gardeners since 1850, we offer non-GMO, top-quality, fresh seeds across the country.
Focused on Success
We are focused on your success and continue introducing dozens of new and exciting seed varieties every season! Get more seed for less in our beautifully packaged collections. Come grow with us!
See What Our Customers Have To Say!
Steven from Fulton, IL
I have many choices where to buy seeds, with an equally vast selection of companies from which to choose. I go out of my way to shop at a specific store, because that is where I find Livingston seeds. I keep detailed records of my vegetable gardening, and I find that there is no other seed company that consistently delivers such reliable germination and yield results as I have found in your hybrids and heirlooms
Raychl from Olathe, KS
Thank you for no GMOs! The kids and I picked up a variety of your vegetable seeds today, I am glad to know that, with any luck, we will be eating much healthier soon!
Lori from Hermiston, OR
In today’s market it is rare to get value for what you pay. I purchased a packet of asparagus seeds from my local hardware today and opened them to plant. I had to email you and say thank you. The package advertised 70 seeds, but it contained 85. Thank you for making sure the customer got “at least” what was advertised for plus more. What a pleasant surprise, since often the opposite is the case.