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By Tracey on Feb 10, 2016 12:15 PM, concerning Pennard Plants:

Helpful and friendly (UK) company selling heritage & heirloom seeds with a great germination rate. I discovered them as I needed a company that was available to answer questions and would ship to mainland Europe. The place to go for those more obscure seeds.

By SCButtercup on Feb 10, 2016 4:56 AM, concerning The Tao of Vegetable Gardening:

Got this for my birthday more than 10 months ago and I still re-read it. This has great how-to advice but also very personal reflections on the love of gardening.
The subtitle puts it well: Cultivating Tomatoes, Greens, Peas, Beans, Squash, Joy, and Serenity.
SO much more than a gardening book!

By halli on Feb 4, 2016 10:38 AM, concerning Fedco Seeds:

Yes, my "go to" place for garden seeds, books and info. Even though I'm in zone 7 in NC, their descriptions enable me to choose varieties that will do well here.

No one matches their prices. I have worn their catalog out from reading and enjoying their delightful pen and ink depictions of plants and other whimsical drawings.

I may look at other catalogs for the pretty photos, then order from Fedco at 1/2 the cost!

By kittydan2 on Feb 4, 2016 10:38 AM, concerning Victory Seed Company:

Fast, efficient, cheap. Will buy from them again.

By Kabby on Jan 29, 2016 7:22 PM, concerning TulipWorld:

I was looking for fall bulbs on sale and I found TulipWorld on a search engine. The sale prices were great, the bulbs firm, and the service was very prompt. I went back for another order 6 weeks later after researching tulips that would do well in the south. No shriveled-up small bulbs this time either. I'm looking forward to my spring bloomers courtesy of TulipWorld.

By steve_mass on Jan 23, 2016 3:52 PM, concerning Cornovium Snowdrops:

If you are interested in the genus Galanthus (Snowdrops) you probably have found that there are only a handful of sellers in the United States. Typically the bulbs available to us are the common nivalis single and double. However, in the UK the variety of bulbs available is in the thousands. Plants with yellow markings, with green outer petals, larger plants with upright shapes and beautiful curves are available across the pond. Cornovium Snowdrops are one of the very few who make these rare plants available to gardeners in the U.S. Orders to the U.S. can be placed between January 1 and March 30th. Bulbs are dug when dormant and shipped in the summer for planting while dormant. The size of these bulbs is like nothing you have seen in the U.S. Some of them look like small tulip bulbs in size and their performance is outstanding. Shipping is unsurprisingly expensive due to the CITES and phytosanitary certificates needed, but the prices per bulb are more reasonable than any other sources available to American gardeners. Give these bulbs a try and you'll be explaining to your gardening friends where they too can get such beautiful Snowdrops.

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By Myles on Jan 23, 2016 9:02 AM, concerning Restless Natives Nursery:

I purchased "hard to find" seed for some native plants for my butterfly garden from this nursery. The owners provided a quick and personal response and they have unique seed at very reasonable prices with reasonable mailing costs. Highly recommended.

By kniphofia on Jan 23, 2016 1:38 AM, concerning Chiltern Seeds:

I recommend this company without reservation. When I lived in Maine I ordered from them, and now that I'm back home in the UK I have also used them. They really do offer a superb selection of seeds, and some very unusual and hard to find varieties. Great service!

By Richardis70 on Jan 22, 2016 11:43 AM, concerning Frank's Perennial Border Inc:

He has high-quality plants for reasonable prices.
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By dc0145a on Jan 20, 2016 3:38 PM, concerning Victory Seed Company:

Support a family-run business. Dunton Family Farm has operated since 1909. I think they started Victory Seed co in '98. The variety and quality of their seed are hard to beat. And, they have unique packaging -- their seed comes in the regular paper seed packet, but what's different is the inner resealable bag. Love this feature; makes re-storing unused seed a breeze.
From their website:
"...the main enterprise here on the Dunton Family Farm is the protection of rare seed varieties. "
"Unlike most seed companies that purchase all of their seed stock and repackage, we actually do farm and what seed we don't raise here, we obtain from a network of carefully selected growers. We then store them under controlled conditions until they are shipped out to you. Our packaging, with our inner resealable bag, reflects how we work to maintain the viability of your seeds."

By DaisyI on Jan 20, 2016 1:02 PM, concerning California Carnivores:

If you want carnivorous plants, this is the place to go. They have a little of everything including seeds. The plants they sell are always healthy and large.

January is bareroot sale month.

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