List of 70 Seed Companies

seed catalogsThe following are 70 seed companies, including seed potato and garlic bulbs. I would like to grow this list and welcome suggestions. If you know of companies not listed here, please e-mail pegplant at gmail dot com so they can be added. Let’s hit 100!


Seed Companies

3 Porch Farm

Adaptive Seeds

American Meadows

Annie’s Heirloom Seeds

Ardelia Farm (sweet peas)

Baker Creek Heirloom Seed

Botanical Interests


Eden Brothers

Experimental Farm Network

Fedco Seeds

Ferry Morse

Filaree Farm

Floret Flower Farm

Fruition Seeds

Grand Prismatic Seed

Gurneys Seed and Nursery Company

Harris Seeds

Harvesting History

Henry Field’s Seed and Nursery Company

High Country Gardens

High Mowing Seeds

Hudson Valley Seed Library

Irish Eyes

J.L. Hudson, Seedsman

John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds

Johnny’s Selected Seeds

J.W. Jung Seed

Kitazawa Seed Company

Mary’s Heirloom Seeds

Native Seeds

Nichols Garden Nursery

Park Seed

Peace Seedlings

Peaceful Valley Farm and Garden Supply

Pinetree Garden Seeds & Accessories

Prairie Road Organic Seed

Prairie Moon Nursery

Renee’s Garden

Renaissance Farms

Restoration Seeds

R.H. Shumway

Rohrer Seeds

Sample Seeds

Sand Hill Preservation Center

Seeds of Change

Seed Savers Exchange

Seeds from Italy

Select Seeds/Antique Flowers

Sierra Seeds

Siskiyou Seeds

Snake River Seed Cooperative

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

Sow True Seeds

Stokes Seeds

Sustainable Seed Company

Swallowtail Garden Seeds

Territorial Seed Company

Terroir Seeds

The Maine Potato Lady

Tomato Growers Supply Company

Totally Tomatoes

True Love Seeds

Turtle Tree Seed

Uprising Seeds

Urban Farmer

Vermont Bean Seed Company

Victory Seeds

Wild Garden Seed

Wood Prairie Farm

6 responses to “List of 70 Seed Companies

  1. Barbara Jacksier

    Richters is fabulous for herbs. It’s a Canadian company.

  2. Hey, Annie is my neighbor! Perhaps I said that already. I have not seen here in a long time now that I think of it.

    • If I lived there, I would visit her nursery, she is always showing great plants on social media.

      • Oh my! I was mistaken! I meant that Renee Shepherd of Renee’s Garden Seeds is my neighbor. I get those two names confused. Annie of Annie’s Annuals is up north in Contra Costa County. The original nursery in Richmond was very interesting. At the time, it was my sort of nursery; utilitarian, simple and efficient. I am sure that the new nursery still is, but is also prettier and more user friendly, to appeal to clients who travel from all over to see it. Locally, it supplies a few odds and ends that should be more popular than they are, but that the ‘factory growers’ will not bother with.

  3. (have had repeated good luck with them)

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