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Re: Re: This year's garden

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Posted by Bkeepr on January 10, 2005 at 10:19:24 from (

In Reply to: Re: This year's garden posted by SusanMo on January 10, 2005 at 07:39:46:

We spread out our orders, buying some seeds and stock from several different companies. Usually put together 3-5 orders every year, and make sure we hit all of our favorite companies at least once every couple of years.

So we order at least a little from the following companies, listed in no particular order:

Schumway’s (lots of variety, good service, good quality.)
Seeds of Change (organic)
Seed Saver’s Exchange (especially the member's database)
Vermont Bean Seed Company
Gurney’s (Had trouble two years ago, but they made it right so I don’t have a problem with them. Everyone deserves one screw-up.).
Stark Brothers (nursery stuff)
Miller Brothers (nursery stuff)
Myer’s Seeds (Small, old company in Baltimore Md, my wife’s grandfather dealt with them exclusively.)
Ronniger’s (almost entirely potatoes, every variety you can think of and more. Best quality, but a little pricey.)

I may have forgotten one or two, but that's the bulk of the ones I can vouch for.

Tom A

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