Here is a list of some of our favorite seed companies. If you don't see your favorite, drop us a note via the contact form and we'll add it here. Buying by mail or over the internet is a great way to get the more unusual plants for your garden. You can order directly from the website or request a catalog. Most of these vendors have newsletters that you can sign up to get via e-mail.
If you are looking for something unusual, you will find it at one of these firms. From Blue Lake 274 Beans to the Wapsipinicon Peach tomato, there's something at these great companies for everyone.
Baker Creek's catalog offers 1200 unique heirloom varieties.
Has anyone not grown Burpee Seeds?
Makes the natural connection between the garden and kitchen.
The oldest seed house in America.
Selections for short seasons and cool climates.
Another old favorite.
Big selection of plants.
Conserve water through xeriscaping and the use of waterwise plants.
Organic Vegetable, Flower, Herb and Cover Crop Seeds, including Heirloom Varieties.
Good selection of seed potatoes.
Large selection of certified organic products.
Unusual selections, beautiful artwork in catalog.
Seed Savers Exchange is a nonprofit organization that saves and shares the heirloom seeds of our garden heritage.
Large selection, they cater to the home and commercial grower.
The place for heirloom tomatoes.
Open pollinated and heirloom products.