Re: RE: Catalog for seeds
>Hi Everyone, Do you know of a catalog or on-line store where I can purchase
>seeds for the spring?
The Plants By Mail FAQ at the following address will give you lots and lots
of seed companies plus their webaddresses. If you're a plant weenie like
me, you can spend *days* there.
If you want to get free seeds for your community garden, just send a letter
on your sponsor's letterhead and ask for what you want of last year's seeds.
I get all sorts of good stuff from PineTree (which I really like), Cook's
Garden and Seeds of Change (they charge $50 for 1,000 seed packets -- some
of it very weird stuff. But, then, I like weird stuff.)
America the Beautiful Fund will send your cg free seeds, but make sure you
tell them you don't want the treated stuff -- an awful lot of their donated
My current ISP is acting very strange and I've got book reviews and Flower
Show stuff to get out this week, so I don't have time to find a new ISP yet.
To be sure to reach me, use my Yahoo account at email@example.com
Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator
St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community Garden
A mission of
St. John's United Church of Christ, 315 Gay Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460
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