Still looking for seeds, transplants, or other gardening supplies for this year? Looking for a new source? Don’t forget to check out the Garden Catalogs page. With 32 different companies listed, you are sure to find something to help you in your endeavors.
Disclaimer: I am in no way endorsing the companies listed below. If I list a company I have personally ordered from before, I will make sure to say so in the details. Please use your discression before ordering from a new company.
Last week I posted links to over 7 free garden catalogs. Here are a few more I found but didn’t have time to post then. Most of these are printed catalogs, some you can order a printed version or look at it online, and a few are online only.
- Urban Farmer Seeds – coming in December. “Urban Farmer’s seed catalog offers popular vegetable seed varieties including tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, peas, beans and many more. Our garden catalog includes organic, heirloom, and hybrid seed types for every home garden.”
- neseed – “Carries Seeds in Bulk for Commercial Farming and Seed Packets for Home Gardening. “
- De Vroom Garden Products – there are several catalogs available for free digital downloads.
- Botanical Interests – their catalogs should arrive mid-January. They are currently offering free shipping on orders over $25 and a free desk calendar for orders over $50 (if ordered before Dec. 31, 2012).
- PW (Proven Winners) – I have used some of their Idea Books before. Great photos and ideas. The link will take you to a page with several different catalog downloads that are free. You might also find these at your local garden stores.
- Comstock Garden Seeds – provider of hierloom seeds
- David Austin Roses – “We are happy to mail our US catalog to US and Canadian addresses ONLY free of charge. David Austin’s ‘Handbook of Roses’ includes over 200 varieties of roses: fragrant English Roses, old roses, ramblers, climbing roses and modern roses. The catalog is illustrated in full color with pictures of roses, rose gardens and arrangements of roses cut for the home. It also contains advice on selecting roses for special conditions, together with planting and cultivation information. We’re sure that if you love roses, you’ll find our catalog interesting.”
- Swallow Tail Seeds – this is technically an online seed catalog, according to their website. They are located in northern California.
- Forest Farm – an online version and printed version of their catalog are available. The printed version is shipped in to address in the U.S. free of charge, but there is a shipping fee for those in Canada.
- Totally Tomato – they have a larger selection than what their name leads you to believe. Their front page along lists peppers, berries,eggplant, herbs and more.
- The Online Greehouse – this is a family run busineess in the northeast. From their website: ” My goal is to give people the experience and pride of growing their own vegetables, herbs and flowers.” Not only do they offer seeds, but also supplies such as posts and soil.
- Johnny’s Selected Seeds – the 2013 catalog will be available in December 2012
- Sand Hill Preservation – “You may request a printed catalog for 2013 by contacting us by regular mail, e-mail, or by telephone. Please give us your complete name and mailing address (including Zip Code). ” Their catalogs include: poultry catalog, seed and root catalog, sweet potato catalog and a books catalog
- High Mowing Seeds – they also offer the catalog in PDF format for downloading or an online virtual catalog
- Appalachian Seeds – “Stay tuned for the updated catalogue!”
- Wild Garden Seed – “We are an organic seed and vegetable farm in the Pacific Northwest. We produce farm-original varieties of many salad greens, vegetables, herbs and a few flowers.”
- Hazzards Greenhouse – their catalog is free for commercial growers; for non-commercial growers it is $12.95
- Jim’s Hostas – online catalogs; one for seeds and one for plants
- Reimer Seeds – online catalog
- Pepper Joe – peppers, peppers, and more peppers
Did you find a “new to you” catalog that you are excited to look through? Are there more catalogs you know of that I missed?