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Monday, March 14, 2011

List of International Seed Catalogs, 2011

by Francesca
FuoriBorgo


Below is the final list of International Seed Catalogs for 2011 with links to the sites, that I have compiled with your input and help. It's subdivided by country, in no particular order. Some of these catalogs don't ship abroad because of customs restrictions on importing seeds, but the aim of this list is to be a useful reference tool for gardeners around the world, primarily to find good and reliable seed supplies in their own area.

If you have more recommendations, please leave them in the comments, and I'll include them in the 2012 edition of this list.

Thank you very much again!




UK


ABSeeds (large selection of chilli seeds)
The Real Seed Catalogue



US


Seed Savers Exchange
Sustainable Seed Co (large selection of organic and heirloom seeds)
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
Burpee Gardening
Seeds from Italy
Territorial Seed Company
Eden Organic Nursery
Seedman.com (seeds from around the world)
Seeds of Change
Fedco Seeds
Abundant Life Seeds
Peaceful Valley Farm
Horizon Herbs
High Mowing Organic Seeds
Pinetree Garden Seeds
Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
Victory Seeds
Wood Prairie Farm
Johnny's Selected Seeds
Gourmet Seed



NEW ZEALAND


Kings Seeds
New Zealand Tree Seeds



CANADA


Heritage Harvest Seeds
Salt Spring Seeds
The Cottage Gardener
Stellar Seeds
Sunshine Farm (certified organic)


JAPAN

4 comments:

queen of string said...

I have used westcoastseeds.com in British Columbia, Canada this year. They're fairly local to me and have a big selection, some stuff is heritage, there is a blog and they hold classes.

thanks

Sense of Home said...

This is an amazing and very helpful list Francesca, thank you.

-Brenda

Lauren said...

I also recommend westcoastseeds.com - they offer a large variety of open pollinated and organic seeds. The staff are very helpful whether by email, phone, or in person. The favorites/recommended book section changes and usually has good titles.

Marleigh said...

I'm a big fan of Nichols Garden Nursery in Oregon. They have a nice selection of OP and F1 seeds, lots of interesting tubers, bulbs and cuttings (jerusalem artichokes, yacon, oca, hops, saffron crocus), their prices are great and I have had awesome germination rates with their seeds.