Free Garden Seed Catalogs

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Have you started thinking about next years garden yet?  I have!

Thanks to my awesome readers, here is an updated list of seed catalogs. If you have a favorite one you don’t see on the list, let me know in the comment section below and I’ll add it.

Botanical Interests Seed Catalog {My boyfriend Ryan works here}

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds {Cool rare seeds}

Totally Tomatoes Seed Catalog

Burpee Seed Catalog

Seeds of Change Catalog

Seed Savers Seed Catalog

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

Sustainable Seed Company

Territorial Seeds Catlaog

Peaceful Valley Seed Catalog

Uprising Seeds

Victory Seed Company

Johhny’s Seed Catalog

High Mowing Seed Catalog

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Did I miss one of your favorite seed companies?

 Let me know and I’ll add it to the list.

~ Mavis

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  1. says

    A couple great ones:
    Pinetree Garden Seeds (tons of varieties, and REALLY cheap!)

    D. Landreth Seed Company (the catalog is not free, but it is the oldest seed house in America and they are struggling and need support!)

    Not catalogs, but a couple websites I use which sell very small packages of super rare and unusual varieties:

    Amishland Heirloom Seeds

    Cherrygal Heirloom Seeds

  2. says

    Hi Mavis,

    I am in Northern California, and my three favorite seed companies are: Natural Gardening Company, Petaluma, CA; Kitazawa Seed Co., Oakland, CA; and Renee’s Garden, Felton, CA.
    Natural Gardening Co. has certified organic seeds, and lots of heirloom seeds. I also buy my garlic headstand leek seedlings from them.

    Kitazawa has lots of unusual Asian veggies. Their Golden Sunrise Chard is my absolute favorite, with bright yellow stalks.

    Renee’s Garden seeds are cool some seed packets are a mix of several different types of veggies, like three different squash or pumpkins in one packet. Also, she has lots of flowers. If you plant lots of flowers, you can attract more bees to your garden. http://Www.reneesgarden.con

  3. Becky N. says

    Look at West Coast Seeds, absolutely excellent!

    Ed Hume Seeds,

    New Dimension Seed,

    Seed catalogs and websites are always so packed with great FREE information, charts and stuff! As stated above Kitsawa is awesome and has great seeds for here in Washington too! Here in the Great Pacific Northwest we can grow lots the wonderful Asian vegies and greens all year! My fav (so far) Gai Lan…quick saute with garlic YUM!

  4. Brenda says

    I really like Pinetree, Nichols, and Richter’s – they are some of my favorites, along with many of those you listed.


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