Categories

Looking for something specific?
Here are some things I’ve written about. Search any of these
.
apples
apricots
artichokes
arugula
beets
blueberries
broccoli
carrots
cauliflower
celery
cool season garden
cucumbers
garlic
guavas
insects
kale
kohlrabi
kumquats
lettuce
limes
marionberries
mustard
oranges
organic
persimmons
poetry
pomegranates
radish
raised beds
rhubarb
scallions
snow peas
spinach
squash
strawberries
tangerines
tomatoes
warm season garden
zucchini
Something not here? Get in touch.

 

 

Seed Season--Part 5: Seed Sources

February 27, 2014

Where do you order or purchase your seeds? Here’s a list of some of my favorite places and others that come highly recommended by gardeners I know. Most of the companies have taken the Safe Seed Pledge and many offer some organic seeds.

image

(My favorite mesclun lettuce mix).

Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co.
Located in Mansfield , MO

Botanical Interests
Located in Broomfield, CO

Fedco Seeds
Located in Waterville, ME

High Mowing Organic Seeds
Located in Wolcott, VT

Johnny’s Selected Seeds
Located in Winslow, ME

John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds
Located in Bantam, CT

Nichols Garden Nursery
Located in Albany, OR

Pinetree Garden Seeds
Located in New Gloucester, ME

Renee’s Garden
Located in Felton, CA

Seed Savers Exchange
Located in Decorah, IA

Seeds of Change
Located in Spicer, MN

Territorial Seed Co.
Located in Cottage Grove, OR

The Cook’s Garden
Located in Warminster, PA

Victory Seeds
Located in Molalla, OR

Here’s the link for signers of the Safe Seed Pledge listed by state. You will see smaller regional seed companies on the list. Find new sources for seeds that do well in your area. Local seed companies also help preserve genetic diversity.

Next to the Vegetable Garden

What You Get From A Garden