The Holy Grail of Seed Catalogs. The Ultimate Seed Porn. The Baker Creek Heirloom Catalog is out! I just got it in the mail and I’m so excited! It means it’s time to start planning next year’s garden.
For those that aren’t familiar with this catalog, it’s an amazing, 130 glossy-paged book of thousands of heirloom seeds. Thumbing through this catalog I’m always bewildered about how it could possibly be free because it’s such high quality.
Want one? Just go to the link above and ask for one! I’m sure they’d be happy to send you one.
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Just requested one, thanks! The video about aquiring the Comstock-Ferre seed company was very interesting, too.
Just got mine yesterday. I was in seed heaven last night looking and marking what I would like to try for next year's adventure.
I am starting some seed in January after the holidays, I am going to attempt to start early tomatoes, I have some Stupice seeds someone gave me, and I will start these indoors under lights and then in March/April attempt to put them in a make shift greenhouse, and see if I can luck out in zone 5
I will start my greens also in January and then put them in my cold frames.
Have a great week Rachel.
It is beautiful, although I rather wish all the varieties were photographed so I didn't have to go a-googling! It's been fun reading through it though. Just placed my order with Baker Creek and Seed Savers yesterday. I'm NOT risking them selling out of anything I want this year! 😉 Can't wait to try growing Potimarron squash!
Their store in Petaluma is really fun, but it's closed on weekends this time of year. We've timed visits to the store on days we've gone to Hunt & Behrens for feed over on Lakeville, in the spring and summer.
I love their catalog because it does such a great job of selling ideas and inspiration. That being said, I was a doofus and ordered my seed potatoes and other seeds from Fedco last week. Forgot about the catalog!!
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