An amazing array of seed catalogues for 2012!
Come the middle of January each year my mailbox sags as the glorious and seductive seed catalogues come rolling in. The pictures are so beautiful; the descriptions of each veggie and flower so tempting I could spend hundreds of dollars and end up with far, far more seeds than any city full of gardeners could possibly have space to plant.
So I luxuriate in pouring over the catalogues while sprawled on the couch under a blanket in the depths of winter. I joyfully mark them up with my pen and sticky notes. However I pretty much end up sticking to sorting all last year’s leftover seeds, making a planting plan from them, and only buying seeds I really need! Ho Hum.
This year I thought I’d share the list of the catalogues that come to me so you too can send for them and endure the same torture I go through every year. They are in no particular order of preference just the way the stack ended up next to my chair.
Seeds of Change www.seedsofchange.com
K. Van Bourgondien & Sons (Dutch bulbs and perennials) www.kvbwholesale.com
Abundant Life Seeds www.abundantlifeseeds.com
The Cook’s Garden www.cooksgarden.com
Tomato Growers Supply Company www.tomatogrowers.com
Totally Tomatoes www.totallytomato.com
Johnny’s Seeds (An employee-owned company) www.johnnyseeds.com
Harris Seeds www.harrisseeds.com
Henry Fields www.henryfields.com
High Country Gardens www.highcountrygardens.com
Fungi Perfecti (Mushroom products) www.fungi.com
Pinetree Garden Seeds www.superseeds.com
White Flower Farm www.whiteflowerfarm.com
Jung Seeds & Plants www.jungseed.com
John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds www.kitchengardenseeds.com
Select Seeds www.selectseeds.com
Vermont Bean Seed Company www.vermontbean.com
Territorial Seed Company www.territorialseed.com
Gurney’s Seed & Nursery Co. www.gurneys.com
Farmer Seed and Nursery www.farmerseed.com
Burgess Seed & Plant Co. www.eburgess.com
R. H. Shumway’s Illustrated Garden Guide www.rhshumway.com