My Annual Catalog List

With some companies bought out, a few disappointing shipments to me and the need to shorten the list, this year's catalog list has changed from last year's.

In this year's catalog list, the descriptions are shorter. If there is nothing noted, the company offers a wide range of seeds, plants and supplies. A company's specialty is identified but they all offer dozens of products.

Abundant Life, 541-767-9606, Organic seeds and seedlings

Annie’s Annuals,, 866-266-4370 Rare and unusual

Bluestone Perennials,, 800-852-5243 Plants

Botanical Interests, Flower seeds

Brent and Becky’s,, 804-693-3966 Bulbs

Bustani Plant Farm,, 405-372-3379 Greenleaf plants

D Landrethy,, 800-654-2407

FedCo Seeds,, 207-873-7333 Untreated seeds, potatoes

Forestfarm, 541-846-7269. Perennial seeds, Plants

Fragrant Path,, Seeds and plants from Nebraska

Garden Medicinals and Culinaries,, 434-964-9113 Herbs, native plants

Graceful Gardens,, 607-387-5529 Delphiniums

Harris Seeds,, 800-514-4441

Heronswood Nursery, 877-674-4714 Collector’s plants

High Country Gardens,, 800.925.9387 Water-wise

Horizon Herbs,, 541-846-6704 Medicinal seeds and plants

HPS,, Seeds, plugs, plants

Jackson & Perkins, 800-292-4769, Roses and perennials

J. L. Hudson,, Hard-to-find seeds

Johnny’s Selected Seeds, 207-437-4301, Pelleted seeds

John Scheepers, CT,, 860-567-0838 Kitchen garden seeds

Klehms Song Sparrow,, 800-553-3715 Peonies, perennials

Le Jardin du Gourmet,, 800-659-1446 50-sample-herb- packet $14

Logee’s,, 888-330-8038 Orchids, cacti, bamboo

Miller Nurseries, 800.836.9630, Fruit

Mischel’s,, 800-830-8447 All plants $3.75

Mountain Valley Growers,, 559.338.2775 Organic

Musser Forests, 800-643-8319, Trees, shrubs

Native American Seed, 800-728-4043 Conservancy seeds

Natural Gardening, 707-766-9303, Organic plants, seeds

New England Seeds,, 800-825-5477 Bulk, organic seed

Niche Gardens, 919-967-0078 Bog and wetland plants

Nichols Garden Nursery,, 800-422-3985

Old House Gardens,, 734.995.1486 Heritage bulbs

One Green World:, 877-353-4028 Fruits from Eastern Europe, Russia

Park Seed,, 800-213-0076

Peaceful Valley Farm Supply, 888-784-1722,

Pepper Gal, 800-537-5540,

Pine Ridge Gardens, 479-293-4359, Native plants

Pinetree Garden Seeds, 207-926-3400. over 900 varieties

Plant Delights Nursery, Inc.,, 919-772-4794

Prairie Moon Nursery,, 507.452.1362 Native plants & seeds

Raintree, WA, 360-496-6400, Fruits and mason bees

Renee’s Garden Seeds,, 888-880-7228, Heirloom and new

Richters Herbs,, 905-640-6677

Sand Hill Preservation,, 563-246-2299 Poultry

Seed Savers Exchange, 563.382.5990, Heirloom seeds, nonprofit

Seeds of Change, 888.762.7333, Organic seeds

Select Seeds, 800.253.5691, Historic and vintage flowers

Seneca Hills, 315-342-5915, Plants from South Africa

Sooner Plant Farm,, 918-453-0771

Stokes Seeds,, 800-396-9238

Stokes Tropicals, 800.624.9706, Most zone 8

Territorial Seed Company, 800-626-0866,

Tomato Growers Supply,, 888-478-7333

Vegetable Seed Warehouse, Organics

Wayside Gardens, 800.845.1124,

Wildseed Farms, 800.848.0078, Wildlfowers

Willhite,, 800-828-1840 Vegetables

Gardeners talk about seeds, plants, gardens and related topics on my blog at and last year’s catalog list is there, too.

Dave’s Garden,, has a directory of 6,600 mailorder companies with opinions from gardeners around the country.


Pat said…
We don't have a catalog because it has been cost-prohibitive for us, but we do have a great selection of herbs, select perennials and natives. Check out and see what you think.
Wayne Stratz said…
thanks for the list, however, I am about done for this year. Seed catalogs are like independent bookstores... I wish I had the money to support them all.
Anonymous said…
Hi Pat -
I took a look at your site. Nice selection of plants but no seeds!
I'll keep you in mind for plants. Thanks for dropping by to tell us about Possum Creek.

Wayne -
I'm about done for this spring, too. I was hoping you would say where you buy your seeds and plants. Only local stores? Mail order?
Wayne Stratz said…
Johnny's, Seed Savers, Territorial, and Pinetree Gardens get most of my seed business. I also get some flower seeds from Thompson and Morgan because they send the catalog so nice and early and because of their large selection
Anonymous said…
Martha, that's still a good list. I haven't ordered all my seeds yet. I plan to do it today. I did buy some seeds at TLC, and I have some from Botanical Interests.~~Dee

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