Rocky Mountain Seed Company closing shop

· Mar. 25, 2011, 10:36 am

[photo courtesy of Tom Kirk]

After nine decades, The Rocky Mountain Seed Company is going out of business.  Customers called the company’s historic LoDo store in Denver “frozen in time”. Even after the business moved to a new location, seeds continued to be sold from wooden cabinets used since the 1920’s.  The seed company is holding a liquidation sale through Saturday (3/26), when its doors will close forever. Colorado Public Radio’s Anna Panoka has the story.

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