You may be a garden fanatic.
If seed catalogs have you acting like a little boy in a candy store. (I’ll take one of this. And one of this. And one of everything!)
If the arrival of a large packet from the seed company has you doing a happy dance on the kitchen floor.
I love imagining all the potential in several dollars worth of seeds. I drool over every seed catalog that comes in the mail but have two favorite companies.
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds specializes in rare and heirloom seeds. They search throughout the world to find unusual vegetable plants. Reading their plant descriptions make me want to become a full time vegetable gardener with several acres to fill! Their website is very easy to use. I placed an order last week and it was at my house a couple days later.
Another favorite seed catalog is Berlin Seeds. They offer a wide variety of vegetables for reasonable prices. But I like their catalog for all the additional information they share. Wonder what kind of bug is eating your beans, or why your squash suddenly wilted, or what the spots are on your strawberries? This catalog describes, with photos, common garden problems and organic and conventional methods to avoid the problems.
Berlin Seeds is located in Amish country in Ohio and does not have a website or email address. But I’ve had good service through their phone number 1-877-464-0892. Call and ask for their free catalog.
I am in no way connected with either of these two companies. Just wanted to share, in case, you too are a garden fanatic who enjoys reading free garden catalogs!
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