What is your favorite mail order nursery/farm supply?

Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by InHisName, Nov 17, 2006.

  1. InHisName

    InHisName Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Looking for one with reasonable shipping! Being 3 hours from a big city, mail order is sometimes the only way to go! North West would be great, but bottom line is the price. (and quality) thanks- Teri
     
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    Hey InHisName;I order from over 50 different sources a year and really don't care about shipping however these sites are low on the scale.Also these sites only carry Open Pollinated,No hybrids.

    1. http://www.heirloomacres.net Best Prices-Christian,Family owned buis.

    2.http://www.abundantlifeseeds.com Located in OR

    3.http://www.victoryseeds.com/ Also in OR.,Has a really extensive list of Old Tomato cultivars.

    4.http://www.sandhillpreservation.com/ This place is really Great,but they are slow.If you're in a hurry don't order from here.They also sell heritage Chickens,Turkeys and Ducks.
     
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    Marcia in MT Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Territorial Seed Co. in Oregon.

    Nicholls Garden Seed, also in Oregon.
     
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    Ann Mary Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Pinetree Seeds in ME...they are very low-priced comparitively and I've had very good luck with the seeds and company...but it isn't a 'complete" farm supply...mostly seeds, soapmaking items and books and a few gifts.
     
  6. InHisName

    InHisName Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Thanks so much! Some of these I already use - I was looking to get a garden/farm cart, and the thing cost about $50. to ship. Maybe worth a trip to the big city of Spokane for that! Seeds are not so bad, the heavy stuff is where they get you. Zebraman, I appreciate those links-
    Teri