The Q&A Archives: Vegetable Seed Tape

Question: Do you sell or do you know who sells the paper strips containing seed for planting a variety of vegetables. I saw this advertised on TV but they did not give an address or name of any company who makes this. My father loves
to plant his garden, but at 81, it is considerably more difficult for him to plant normally.

Answer: Seed tapes are popular ways to plant veggies for lots of people. It eliminates thinning because the seeds are properly spaced, and planting with seed tape is quick and easy. Burpee's carries seed tapes containing basil, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, kohlrabi, radish, onion, parsley, radish, spinach and Swiss chard. You can order online at, or phone toll-free (800) 888-1447 to place your order. Burpee's catalog also lists many flower seed tapes, as well.

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