It’s not too late to order 2013 seed catalogs. Some companies now offer downloadable catalogs and search features on their websites.
When a call went out on Facebook for the favorite catalogs of friends, a variety of responses were received.
Below are some of them, in no particular order:
Prairie Road Organic Seed – Fullterton, ND, family owned sellers of open pollinated seed selected for hardiness, earliness, vigor, quality and taste.
Fedco Seeds – Offering untreated seeds of beans, corn, peas, melons, cucumbers, squash, root crops, lettuce, greens, brassicas, peppers, tomatoes, herbs, flowers and more.
Moose Tubers – Certified seed potatoes, onion sets, potato onions, shallots, sunchokes
Organic Growers Supply – Committed to supporting organic and intelligent farming and gardening: cover crop, green manure seed, grain seed, rock powders, soil amendments, organic fertilizers, organic feed, hand tools, seed-starting supplies, organic pest controls, orchard tools and supplies, drip irrigation, garden fabrics, gardening books and more.
Fedco Trees – Trees, shrubs, fruits, berries, bulbs and perennials for spring planting: apples, pears, stone fruits, berries, grapes, conifers, nuts, ornamentals, bulbs, perennials.
Fedco Bulbs – Fall-planted flower bulbs and garlic: tulips, narcissus, crocus, iris, hyacinths, scilla, muscari, allium and more, amaryllis and paper whites for indoors, lilies, daylilies, peonies, bearded iris, books, tools and supplies.
St. Lawrence Nurseries – northern climate fruit and nut trees, berry bushes and edible landscaping plants.
Johnny’s Selected Seeds – vegetable, fruits, flower seeds, herbs, farm seed, tool and supplies. Signers of the Safe Seed Pledge.
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds – heirloom vegetables, flowers and herbs from the Americas, Asia and Europe.
Seeds of Change – Vegetables, herbs, glowers, live plants, tools and supplies.
(updated Feb. 14, 2013)