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 horticulture and agriculture businesses in southern New Jersey.
It starts with seed…
We grow seedlings and plugs for local florist-farmers, greenhouses, nurseries, garden centers, farm markets, and farms.
We also produce “starter” plants or transplants for sale commercially. Our specialties are vegetables, herbs, bedding plants, and flowering annuals.
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 and garden centers.
“By the Numbers”
years of experience
2nd generation and woman co-owned
plug tray sizes to choose from – 50, 72, 128, 162, 288, 512, and our in-house 406
acre working farm growing grains, winter squash, and cut flowers.
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
- Spring Plugs for Summer BloomsJune greetings from the farm and greenhouse! Spring plug and plant production is done and we are now focusing on our summer plants and plans, including seeding more plugs for the fall (lettuce, cole crops, and pansies), and overwintering. AsContinue reading “Spring Plugs for Summer Blooms”
- Melon Transplants are Marvelous!We love growing (and eating!) melons. Perhaps that explains the biased nature of this blog’s title. But, after the recent days in the mid-90s and today being the first day of June 2022 there’s nothing more appropriate than discussing aContinue reading “Melon Transplants are Marvelous!”
- How About Those Heirlooms?In late February 2022, we received a phone call from a farmer in northern New Jersey. They were interested in having someone seed/germinate/grow to transplant size some heirloom and specialty tomato varieties. Like A LOT of variety. 35 varieties toContinue reading “How About Those Heirlooms?”