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Old August 13, 2014   #16
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I order regularly from most of the companies Pappi mentioned, and appreciate those effective descriptions. The one I'd add is Fedco, where I order the bulk of my routine seeds. Their catalogue lacks flash, but provides interesting reading, and the prices are reasonable and seed quantities generous.
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Old August 13, 2014   #17
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While searching all the sites you guys posted above this one - I found two more that sound interesting because they are specialty related:

[URL]http://www.dixondalefarms.com/[/URL] Quality Onions. Around here, Dixondale is very well known.

[URL]http://www.kitazawaseed.com/catalog.html[/URL] Asian Vegetable Seeds...just sounds interesting.
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While searching all the sites you guys posted above this one - I found two more that sound interesting because they are specialty related:

[URL]http://www.dixondalefarms.com/[/URL] Quality Onions. Around here, Dixondale is very well known.

[URL]http://www.kitazawaseed.com/catalog.html[/URL] Asian Vegetable Seeds...just sounds interesting.
Both of those are great! I got some Candy onions from a fellow gardener who'd been in on a group bulk order from Dixondale. They really did taste like candy, especially when cooked!

Kitazawa has varieties that are hard to find elsewhere. Some nurseries around here carry individual packets. I've grown a vining summer squash, Teot Bat Put, that I liked.
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I got my first catalog in the mail today. It is the Kitazawa Seed Co. catalog. There are 8 varieties of tomatoes all costing $3.49 per pack. Of course there are all kinds of other vegetable seeds in this 63 page catalog, but this is Tomatoville, so here's the 8 tomato varieties:

Grandeur Hybrid
Katana Hybrid
Mandarin
Momotaro Hybrid
Odoriko Hybrid
Sun Gold Hybrid
Suncherry Extra sweet Hybrid
Super Sweet 100 Hybrid
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