Time is SO precious in the Spring, Summer and Fall with all the training/biking/kayaking/racing going on, but I SO love going out to the garden and picking dinner in the summer. There's nothing more enjoyable than fresh, grilled, organic vege's from the garden to the table in about and hour. That's the hard part...finding that hour to harvest, cut up and cook. So the thought process on spring garden planning went toward what is the quickest to harvest, easiest to grow, and most economical when it comes to buying the same organic produce in the grocery store. Besides my annual growings of onions, maters and peppers, the early spring answer was GREENS. Spinach, lettuce mixes, salad mixes, and chard are on the seed list - they are super easy to grow and just as easy to cut off and throw in the pot to cook (or salads). And in most cases, they're fairly pricey at the grocery store for organic varieties. I found several organic seed companies to purchase from, and also found a Pennsylvania organic seedling company that I'm contemplating getting a mixed-flat of tomatoes/peppers/eggplant. I don't think I've EVER seen organic seedlings at a nursery, nor do I know of a nursery that grows organic seedlings. That's a rarity, indeed. So check these guys out, but have in mind what you want (know your varieties) because they have no pictures...its all words and listings: Organic seedlings in Pennsylvania, Common Ground Here is one of my favories - Seeds of Change they are a little expensive and not PA-based, but the company is environmentally aware and purposeful. The Cooks Garden - a Favorite (Pennsylvania based). Home Harvest Seed Company (Pennsylvania based). Park Seeds - tried and true old favorite, not in PA. Organic Gardening-related companies - huge list of links. And an incredibly informative website on How to Go Organic. Tons of info in this one.