CompanionPlants.com is for people who believe a kitchen garden doesn’t have to mean just “carrots and cukes.” Here, you’ll find unusual culinary herbs, including amaranth, angelica, and mace.
Gurneys.com has been in business for 145 years and specializes in “high-yield and disease-resistant” varieties of seeds.
JohnnysSeeds.com offers videos on planting and pest control on its detailed site. A calculator helps you work out how many seeds to buy depending on garden size.
ReneesGarden.com focuses on heirloom and hybrid seed varieties. A bonus: Owner Renee’s colorful, handcrafted packets “are pretty enough to frame on your wall.”
TerritorialSeed.com has cultivated moisture-resistant seeds in Oregon for more than 20 years. These varieties are perfect for gardeners in damp climates.
Source: Shop Smart