Nash Sad Offers Time-tested Seeds and Bulbs Only

Nash Sad, an agricultural company founded in 1996, will present its core assortment at the exhibition − tuber&bulb materials, set onion, roses and seeds.

Andrei Vladimirovich Fetisov, a founder and an irreplaceable head of the company, relies on tested and adapted varieties in his work − both in vegetable farming and floriculture. “Our credo is high-quality material at the best price,” Andrei Vladimirovich says. “We offer only things we trust and use ourselves. Specifically, wholesale of seeds of vegetable and flower crops, including ones in trademark colorful and white packages; selected seeds of the best varieties and hybrids of Russian and international selection; selected planting material, including collectable Russian Gladioluses, collectable Irises, roses and lilies.”
Last year the agricultural company focused on tomatoes, such as Mongolian Dwarf, Banana Legs, and Labrador. They were actively bought by customers of the company. Seeds of those popular tomatoes were bought out from private collections of plant breeders and grown at the company’s farm.
Andrei Fetisov graduated the Timiryazev Academy with honors, with excellence. Being an agriculturist‑phytopathologist, graduate of the TAA, researcher of the RAS, a gardener and a collector, he takes part in floristic festivals as well. His Iris Garden project fascinated the jury of the Moscow Flower Festival with a composition of numerous unique varieties of Irises grown in nurseries of the agricultural company located in the Voronezh and Moscow Regions.