Botanical Interests Continues To Commitment To Being GMO-Free

Sheri Ann Richerson

Disclaimer: I did receive some items for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Gardeners are generally a calm, even contemplative, group of people.

But one recent issue has turned their passion into a brewing storm of controversy.

That issue is GMOs – or, more precisely, genetically engineered (GE) seeds.

The term GMO, or genetically modified organism, is a broad term that includes GE seed, the ones causing all the controversy.

They have their DNA manipulated in a laboratory, in ways that nature could not likely reproduce, and are often a mix of two incompatible species that couldn’t breed naturally.

Judy Seaborn and Curtis Jones built Botanical Interests on foundations vital for any business: customer service, ethical business practices, and great products.

Jones and Seaborn take the pledge that they will do whatever it takes to be sure they don’t ever buy or sell genetically engineered seeds.

Botanical Interests are committed to being GMO-free. Learn more about why plus learn why I love Botanical Interests Seeds and get a sneak peek at some of next years new offerings!