What should you grow?
Links to provide regional growing information
Regional Gardening Reports
The garden section of Sunset magazine online.
Online tool from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange to help you plan what plants you will grow in your space.
Comprehensive, crop-by-crop guide on what to plant when.
The larger companies start this list, they will also carry supplies and tools. The providers towards the bottom of the list are smaller seed purveyors. You will find organic, heirloom, local, and rare seeds. If you want to add one, click the Contact tab.
Employee owned company based in Maine.
The oldest seed house in America
Seed company based in New York.
Self proclaimed "America's top source for pure heirloom seeds"
In 1989, Seeds of Change began with a simple mission: to preserve biodiversity and promote sustainable, organic agriculture.
A small family run organization that wants to help gardeners young and old discover the joys of digging in the dirt!
Dedicated to teaching you to save your own seeds, grow a delicious home garden and create stunning native landscapes.
The oldest seed company in America specializing in Asian vegetable seeds.
This is not just a small company, it is a very tiny mom and pop company
A public access seed bank - established 1911
Through multiple means, we strive to promote organic gardening, sustainable agriculture, and everyone’s right to save seed.