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Re: RE: Catalog for seeds

Bountiful Gardens has organic seeds, many of which are also grown
sustainably/biointensively and they are all open pollinated so you can
even save the seeds from year to year.  I've used many of their
seeds, and especially like their Juwarot carrots.  They are very tasty
and many of them get big enough that they will feed a family of 4, though
you can certainly pick them at the usual size :-).

You can get a list of all the companies that have signed the
Safe Seed Pledge from crg@gene-watch.com

For great selections of lettuce and greens, a good source is
The Cook's Garden  http://www.cooksgarden.com
A helpful thing for the smaller garden is that they have packages
with multiple kinds of lettuces and mesclun mixes in one packet,
so from one packet, you can get a variety.   They also have other
vegetable as well as flower mixes.


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