Georgia & North Carolina (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Super-Sod Outlets in Charlotte and Raleigh, NC, and Lawrenceville and Marietta, GA, have a surprising new fixture in their stores: vegetable seed racks. Handsome new racks brimming with 65 types of organic, heirloom vegetable seed and 10 types of flower or flower mixes now grace the four locations.
Sow True Seed out of Asheville, NC, supplies their selection of specialized seed for the home gardener clientele of Super-Sod. Their vegetable seed interested the long-time sod purveyor due to the great match it makes with their Soil3 organic humus compost, which has soared in popularity for organic vegetable gardening. What made Sow True Seed's product especially desirable to Super-Sod was their commitment to open-pollinated, non-hybrid, and GMO-free vegetable seed that feature heirloom, organic, and traditional varieties.
Since Super-Sod started manufacturing Soil3 - their own OMRI Listed, organic humus compost - their vegetable gardening line has steadily increased in response to the popularity of the compost.
Soil3 (pronounced "soil cubed") was first invented to grow sod in their own fields. They eventually started bagging it in cubic yard bags and made it available to landscapers and homeowners, believing the superior results they found in their own sod production would translate into better turf and lawns in commercial and residential landscapes.
When Soil3 became commercially available it naturally jumped the fence from sod installation and maintenance to use in all landscaping applications from new seeded lawns, to trees and shrub installation, flower and shrub borders, seasonal container and bed displays, and vegetable gardening.
Soil3 is certified organic and has taken off as the best compost for organic vegetable gardening. Last spring, in response to the burgeoning market supporting home vegetable gardening, Super-Sod introduced Doc's Raised Garden Kits. Raised beds make vegetable gardening easier and more efficient. This spring, they introduce vegetable seeds to their product mix, making starting a vegetable garden efficient and convenient by providing one stop for compost, raised beds, and quality vegetable seeds.