We are located in the beautiful Missouri Ozarks, and have been farming sustainably since 1996. Although we are no longer certified organic, we farm that way because we believe in taking care of the planet so it will take care of us and future generations.
We sell sustainably raised vegetable and herb plants, vegetable seeds, and hot pepper pods in season. We ship through out the continental United States. We ship seeds to Canada. All of our products are raised by us on our farm. We do not purchase and re-sell anything, including seeds. We specialize in heirloom tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, eggplant, and basil. Sometimes we also have free range eggs and raw Jersey cow milk for sale at our farm. All of our products are produced on our farm by us using sustainable methods.
We are an inspected and licensed nursery through the Missouri Department of Agriculture, license #1931. We are also licensed to sell our own seed, license #149045. We gaurantee our plants and seeds to be vigorous and true to type. You will notice that we post germination test results for all of our seed. We exceed the Federal minimum germination standards.
We gaurantee that you will be happy with our products. We go out of our way to provide excellent customer service so that you will order from us again!
Heirloom tomato, pepper, and other vegetable and herb plants and seeds. Fresh hot pepper pods. All sustainably raised by us on our farm. We are a Missouri Department of Agriculture licensed and inspected nursery and seed seller, license #'s 149045 (seeds) and 1931 (plants). We gaurantee our plants and seeds to be vigorous and true to type. We exceed the Federal minimum germination standards and post our germination test results with each seed description. Happy Gardening!
Order 270 Plants from Lazy Ox and the plants and packaging were fantastic. Amazing customer service.
Keep up the good work.
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I ordered tomato plants more than 6 weeks ago. No plants have been sent (May 11) I live in East Tennessee and should have planted these weeks ago. Very annoyed
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What is a gardener to do? There are as many choices in heirloom tomatoes to grow as there are shampoo varieties on a supermarket aisle. I don't know about you, but when confronted with that many choices my mind gets a little overwhelmed, my eyes get a little glazed, and I either just grab the cheapest or stick with the tried and true.... [more]