The Best Seed Catalogues

From  GardeningLife 
via Catherine Abbott’s Vegetable Gardening Hints enews Issue 043
Dominion Seed House (Georgetown, ON) Founded in 1928: Offers annuals, perennials and vegetables from seeds, cuttings, bulbs and plants. More than 350 new flowers and vegetables each year.
Agrestal Organic Heritage Seeds (Gormley, ON) Offers more than 400 varieties of certified organic heirloom vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers. Valuable growing techniques and hints.
AgroHaitai Ltd. (Hamilton, ON)  Oriental vegetable seeds, including leaf vegetables such as pak choy, tah tsai and tong ho. Also fruits, gourds, root veggies, bean, peas and culinary herbs.
Florabunda Seeds (Indian River, ON) Dedicated to selling and preserving the flowers of old English cottage gardens. Catalogue includes unusual entries such as Mexican tulip poppy and strawberry corn. Lots of historical information is also provided.
Johnny`s Selected Seeds (Winslow, ME, USA) Novelty seeds such as broccoli kale flowerettes and multi-seeded flower pellets. Featured by Helen Chestnut in the Times Colonist.
OSC Seeds (Waterloo, ON) Offers annuals, perennials, wildflowers, vegetables, grasses, trees and forage crops, in individual packets and in bulk. Detailed seed-starting and growing info included.
Prairie Garden Seeds (Cochin, SK) Specializes in organic, heirloom vegetables and seeds, with a focus on good performers for short-season and xeriscape gardening. All seeds are open-pollinated and are not treated or genetically modified.
Renee’s Garden (Felton, CA, USA) Seeds for gourmet vegetables, kitchen herbs and cottage garden flowers, collected from around the world. Catalogue offers lots of illustrations and photographs, extensive growing information plus recipes and cookbooks to make use of what you grow.
Richters Herbs (Goodwood, ON) More than 1,000 culinary and medicinal herbs in seed, plant and in some cases dried form. Catalogue is like an herbal encyclopedia. One of the first to sign the Safe Seed Pledge, from the Safe Seed Initiative, not to buy or sell genetically modified seeds or plants.
Salt Spring Seeds (Salt Spring Island, BC) Heading into its 20th year, Dan Jason’s company supplies heritage and heirloom grains, beans, vegetables, herbs and flowers, many of them certified organic and all with detailed growing information.
Stellar Seeds (Salmon Arm, BC) Organic heirloom and gourmet vegetable seeds, all grown in BC. Check out the purple Dragon carrots, Drunken Woman lettuce, and Champion of England peas introduced in 1846. Stellar Seeds also offers herbs, flowers, cover crops and seeds in bulk.
Terra Edibles (Foxboro, ON) Open-pollinated, rare and heirloom, vegetables (especially tomatoes), herb and flower seeds produced organically, organic tea blends and other locally made products.
Vesey’s (Charlottetown, PEI) Seeds for short growing seasons., More than 700 varieties of flower, herb and vegetable seeds with new introductions every year.
West Coast Seeds (Delta, BC) Specializes in seeds for organic vegetables that perform well in the unique coastal growing environment. It also provides a wealth of information about starting seed, growing techniques and planting calendars.

Note: Seeds from west coast growers are grown specifically for our climate and growing conditions.