As our stash of preserved produce, applesauce and herbs starts to dwindle a bit, I’m starting to look forward to next summer’s garden. Here is a cheat sheet of some of the better seed catalog sites. You can do your homework online or pick a favorite and order a paper catalog. It’s nice to think spring and flip through page after page of heirloom tomatoes.

The Cook’s Garden– Seeds and plants for the gourmet gardeners. Beautiful website to inspire some creative choices.

Seeds of Change– 100% Organic Seeds. Free shipping on seeds with code: FSMAY13 until May 15, 2013

White Flower Farm– more than 90 varieties of tomatoes.

Burpee– growing assortment of organic seeds

Botanical Interests– for creating a unique and beautiful garden. No GMO’s.

When do you start planning your garden for next year?

3 replies
  1. Anna@Green Talk says:

    I was just thinking about when I should start my onion seedlings. I usually wait until March to start my other seedlings. I order from heirloom seeds and baker heirloom seeds. Your raised bed looks lonely.

    • randomrecycling says:

      My raised bed is lonely! We had such fun with it last year I’m excited to see what we can do with it next year. We used mostly seedlings last year but I’m motivated to plant some specific seeds this year.

  2. Bobbie says:

    Thank you for these links. I love love love looking at plants online and dreaming. I have a black thumb but I keep trying and always will. I’ll be at Blissdom this year too, it’ll be here soon!

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