Seeds 2 Plugs LLC
By the Moore Family – formerly of Moore’s Greenhouse. We are a small family owned and operated wholesale greenhouse that raises seedlings and transplants for agriculture businesses in southern New Jersey.
It starts with seed…
We grow seedlings for local farmers and agricultural businesses.
We also produce “plugs” and “starter” plants or transplants for sale commercially. Our specialties are vegetables, herbs, and flowering annuals/cut flowers.
We are a working greenhouse and farm and conduct transplant trials, as well as various horticulture and agriculture research projects throughout the year. In the fall, we offer our own field grown pumpkins for purchase at local farm markets.
Our farm and greenhouse
“By the Numbers”
years of experience
2nd generation and woman co-owned
plug tray sizes to choose from – 50, 72, 128, 162, 288, 512.
Why Purchase From Us:
Our seedlings and young plants are ideal for busy growers and farmers who need quality transplants for market or the fields. We are also a small wholesale grower and serve a small customer base. This enables us to do custom seed sowing per customer and offer an array of plant products tailored to each business’ needs.
Updates from our Blog
- Is Tomato Thursday a Thing?It is when it’s high tunnel tomato plug season! May greetings! It really isn’t gardening season until the tomatoes get transplanted. Usually, that’s around Mother’s Day based on our USDA hardiness zone here in the Philadelphia area. Tomatoes are notContinue reading “Is Tomato Thursday a Thing?”
- Cool Crops for the Cool Spring WeatherSpring greetings on this last day of March 2023! Last blog, we profiled some of the plug orders that we were doing for high tunnels and other growers of greenhouse greens and lettuce. This blog, we’re sticking with the greens,Continue reading “Cool Crops for the Cool Spring Weather”
- Winter Greens = Greenhouse WonderlandJanuary greetings! It has been mild here in the Philadelphia region the past two weeks. We have had a few chilly days, but nothing especially cold. Of course working inside a greenhouse as opposed to outside is a benefit thisContinue reading “Winter Greens = Greenhouse Wonderland”