Seed Companies

The following are seed companies and the first list is of companies that publish and mail print catalogs. The second list is of online seed companies that do not mail a catalog. For a source of bulbs, see the “Bulb Companies” tab on

Seed Catalogs

Adaptive Seeds

Annie’s Heirloom Seeds

Baker Creek Heirloom Seed

Botanical Interests


Fedco Seeds

Gurneys Seed and Nursery Company

Harris Seeds

High Mowing Seeds

Hudson Valley Seed Library

John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds

Johnny’s Selected Seeds

J.W. Jung Seed

Kitazawa Seed Company

Nichols Garden Nursery

Park Seed

Peaceful Valley Farm and Garden Supply

Pinetree Garden Seeds & Accessories

Renaissance Farms

R.H. Shumway

Seeds of Change

Seed Savers Exchange

Seeds from Italy

Select Seeds/Antique Flowers

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

Sow True Seeds

Stokes Seeds

Territorial Seed Company

Tomato Growers Supply Company

Totally Tomatoes

Urban Farmer

Vermont Bean Seed Company

Victory Seeds

Online Seed Companies

American Meadows

Eden Brothers

Harvesting History

Henry Field’s Seed and Nursery Company

High Country Gardens

Mary’s Heirloom Seeds

Native Seeds

Renee’s Garden

Sample Seeds

Sustainable Seed Company

Terroir Seeds

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