Seed Catalogs???

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  1. Kstornado11

    Kstornado11 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Since we moved last Feb., we will no longer be getting the seed catalogs that used to arrive faithfully every year. Anyone know where to go to order some free seed catalogs?
     
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    Most good seed companies have their catalogs on line. Just google your favorite company and you can access them.
    Linda
     
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    somehow going to the websites isn't as satisfying as reading and re-reading-- dogearing the pages you like! online just isn't the same...dee
     
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    After you access the website, you can request them to ship you a catalog:) I order all my seeds on line now but I keep a hard copy catalog to refer back to as the seeds grow.
    LInda
     
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    Well, I think I located most of my old favorites, Parks,Burpees,etc... but I can't remember the one I liked the most, it always had a ton of very colorful pics and lots of bargain deals, bulbs for a penny, etc. ... :shrug:
     
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    While I would probably have sent the desired companies a changes of address, by turning one in with the postal service your change WILL eventually become available to mailers. If you have ordered from your catalogs in the past they should eventually catch up with you.

    To get a bunch of catalogs simply subscribe to Organic Gardening magazine. When I did that years ago it wasn't long until seed catalogs started rolling in---
    with the same address error that OG had made.
     
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    What are some of the better suppliers that carry non-hybrid varieties?
     
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    It did, immensely. Have several catalogues on the way! ;) TYVM
     
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