Landreth's banner image featuring logo and whimsical illustration of anthropomorphic vegetables holding gardening tools and an American flag.
Landreth's banner image featuring logo and whimsical illustration of anthropomorphic vegetables holding gardening tools and an American flag.

Landreth's Seeds

Advancing a Peerless Heritage

For more than 230 years, Landreth’s Seeds has been a horticultural pioneer. They introduced tomatoes to the United States, originated Bloomsdale spinach, and sold seeds to Mount Vernon and Monticello. Seeking to celebrate that peerless heritage and bring it to a new audience, Landreth’s partnered with us to clarify their fundamental point of difference and to communicate it through the unique integration of historical imagery, illustration, use of color, and brand voice.
Landreth's logo in a repeating pattern
Quote card with illustrated hand reaching in from right side. Headline reads "Seeds which Succeed"
Quote card with pink text on green card; illustrated hand pointing at text
Quote card with yellow text on green background. Headline is "Do things and do them now!"
Quote card with headline which reads "Snowball cauliflower"
Red wagon cart with Landreth's logo repeated on exterior. Inside the cart are bunches of cut herbs.
Three different designs of an email template layout displayed on a yellow background
Front and back of a seed envelope design. Front features logo and a whimsical illustration of anthropomorphic vegetables.
Stationary design featuring Landreth's logo and a headline which reads "Reasons Why"

Brand Strategy & Design
Creative Platform Design
Logo & Identity Program Design
Strategic Communication & Key Messaging
Packaging Design
Digital Design