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Best Places to Buy Garden Seeds

By: Sherri RibbeySherri Ribbey
Seed companies have been selling out the fast the last few years so it’s a good idea to order early — check out some of our favorite places to get the plants you love to grow.

Trusted websites to buy seeds online

Buying quality seed makes a difference in how well your new plants will take off. Here are several of our favorite mail-order sources for garden seeds. Learn what we like about each one in the list that follows.

  • Annie’s Annuals & Perennials
    Specializes in rare and unusual plants

  • Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
    Lots of heirloom and exotic vegetable seeds you won’t find at the garden center

  • Botanical Interests
    Sells seeds for vegetable, herb and flower gardens, with special emphasis on certified organic seed

  • Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    Sells seeds for fruits, vegetables, flowers and herbs, offers certified organic seed options

  • John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds
    Family owned and operated, sells seeds for fruits, vegetables, flowers and herbs

  • Pinetree Garden Seeds
    Wide variety of vegetable and flower seeds at economical prices

  • Prairie Moon Nursery
    Plants, seed mixes and information for all types of native plantings and restoration

  • Renee’s Garden
    Seeds for gourmet vegetables, herbs and cut flowers, especially large sweet pea flower collection

  • Seed Savers Exchange
    Heirloom and old-fashioned seeds; committed to preserving biodiversity

  • Select Seeds
    Sells seeds (and plants, too) for flowers, including heirloom, native, and pollinator-friendly varieties, as well as new cultivars

  • Territorial Seed Company
    Specializes in wide variety of vegetable seeds

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Published: Jan. 6, 2021

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