Our greenhouse and nursery are the newest additions to Westland Seed’s one stop shop! We grow our plants right here in Ronan—plants adapted to our Montana climate. In addition to popular valley favorites, we specialize in Native American heirloom vegetables, flowers, perennials, medicinal plants and shrubs. Our seeds are sourced from tribal groups all over North America and we grow vegetable starts of 25 Native American varieties. We carry several seed racks, including one of all Native American seeds. Our staff works hard to collect, propagate and preserve heirloom plants adapted to our area. These are tough plants, generally requiring less water and fuss than those commonly found in garden centers.
You can be assured of quality and safety in your kitchen and garden because all our plants are grown with OMRI certified organic soils, amendments, fertilizers and pest controls. We never use synthetic chemicals, and we do not use GMO seeds. Most of the seeds we plant are open-pollinated; we encourage seed saving of rare heirloom varieties and seed exchanges. We are working for sustainable farming and the preservation of ancient American varieties handed down for thousands of years.
Westland Seed carries a complete selection of certified organic products for your garden; plus row covers, planters, pots, garden tools, hummingbird feeders, gifts and much more! Our plants are available in several sizes, from 6-packs to large patio planters and we have a wonderful selection of hanging baskets in several sizes. In the future our greenhouse will offer drought tolerant Native perennials and shrubs and these will be featured in our own display garden. Our staff is ready to assist you in planning your garden and answer questions. Our greenhouse manager, Jimmy Sagmiller writes a weekly blog about organic gardening with heirloom plants, available on this webpage. Instructional gardening videos will be coming soon! Be sure to check out our calendar for upcoming special events.
Westland’s greenhouse and nursery will be open Sundays too, in April, May and June!