Your source for organic seeds and heirloom seeds



                   Our pop-up shop is now closed for the season.

                          We can be found at the following farmers markets:

                        Dufferin Grove Thursdays 3-7 from April to December

                        The Stop Farmers Market at Wychwood Barns,

                        601 Christie St. 8-1pm all year round.         


Click Here to Give an Urban Harvest Gift Certificate this Holiday Season


At Urban Harvest, we are dedicated to providing our customers with certified organic seeds, seedlings and garden supplies that promote ecological diversity and preserve the health of our planet. Everything we sell is 100% certified organic.

Our organic and heirloom varieties are specially chosen for their unique qualities for both urban gardens and market gardeners. All of our seedlings are grown in or near the Greater Toronto Area to support the economies of Toronto, Ontario and Canada.


Our on-line store is open 24 hours a day


Please find us at:
Dufferin Grove Farmers' Market, April to December Thursday 3:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Wychwood Barns Farmers' Market, Saturdays 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Our online store offers a secure, convenient way to shop for all of your favourite organic seeds and heirloom seeds. We can ship all of our seeds and soil amendments throughout Canada with the exception of plants. Our shipping is fast so if you need to plant soon, you can.

Please come and visit!


Catalogue:  Click Here to Download our 2015 Catalogue!


Order Form:  Need an Order Form?  Click Here.


If you would like to contact us,
please call 416.504.1653, or email: grow@uharvest.ca


Urban Harvest started out as a collaboration between Annex Organics and Earthly Paradise Gardens & Botanicals in 1997. That first year we were inspired to supply urban gardeners in Toronto with truly delicious and diverse vegetable and herb plants. Why should people only be able to eat Beefsteak, Sweet 100 and Early Girl? We wanted to taste some of those old varieties like Radiator Charlie's Mortgage Lifter, Zapotec Pink and Black Krim tomatoes. White Beauty Eggplant and Sweet Chocolate Peppers. These were varieties with great taste which had fallen out of favour because they didn't fit a narrow criteria dictated by big agribusiness. We wanted to taste tomatoes so good they would make us weep. North Americans now eat only a fraction of the diversity of fruit and vegetables we ate 100 years ago.


So grow some heirlooms, save some seed and really enjoy the fruits of your gardens. Growing as much of our own food as we can is not only good for our health it enhances our food security.


Good luck with your gardens, share some meals with good friends, know where your food comes from and may you never hunger.


Enjoy your organic harvest and thank you for supporting your organic growers!


Have a happy, healthy organic gardening season, and please come back to Urban Harvest for all your future organic and heirloom gardening needs.