Thursday, February 3, 2011

Obtain every organic, Earth-friendly, heirloom seed catalog you can find.

This is just a beginners list of the more well known organic seed suppliers and a few companies that feature organics.  PLEASE add your favorites to the comment section and we can all benefit from your experiences.  IF you had a great experience, let us know and IF you had an awful experience, phrase it tactfully and let us know that too. I really like Peaceful Valley.

Does anyone know of any "magickal" companies selling organics, heirloom seeds, organic supplies, etc?  I am ordering my seeds right now and we will be planting our peas this week.  We always plant our peas at Imbolc. (Does anyone else have this ritual date for planting peas? I have to check the moon signs and such before we break ground, but Imbolc is for peas, our first crop.) 

We have had pretty fair weather here in the Blue Ridge Valley considering that most of you are housebound with snow and ice. This site is interactive. I want to know WHAT you are doing with your magickal gardens.  We can all learn from one another.   

Organic Gardens With Real Magick: - web sites and locations

Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co.
2278 Baker Creek Road, Mansfield, MO 65704
W. Atlee Burpee & Co.
300 Park Ave., Warminster, PA 18974
Fedco Seeds
PO Box 520, Waterville, ME 04903
High Mowing Organic Seeds
76 Quarry Rd., Wolcott, VT 05680
Johnny’s Selected Seeds
955 Benton Ave., Winslow, ME 04901
John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds
PO Box 638, Bantam, CT 06750
Nichols Garden Nursery
1190 Old Salem Rd. NE, Albany, OR 97321
Renee’s Garden
(no print catalog)
Seed Savers Exchange
3094 N. Winn Rd., Decorah, IA 52101
Seeds of Change
PO Box 152, Spicer, MN 56288
Territorial Seed Co.
PO Box 158, Cottage Grove, OR 97424
The Cook’s Garden
PO Box C5030, Warminster, PA 18974
Tomato Growers Supply Co.
PO Box 60015, Ft. Myers, FL 33906

  1.  - great directory of organic businesses in US
  3. I have used this and these folks are wonderful.  Nice name--Peaceful Valley
  6. - another great site that lists all sorts of gardening catalogs
  7. - an organic gardening website--a how-to type of thing


  1. Hi Paula! Here are some sites I've found in my search for heirloom seed companies:
    Virginia company offering seeds specifically chosed to do well in the southeastern U.S.)
    wide selection and fantastic prices!)
    located in Germany, but they actually have a large section specifically devoted to ethnobotanicals (seeds for plants with medicinal or ritual uses) from all over the world.
    My favorite catalog of all. HUGE selection of herb varieties, including the obscure as well as the common. Herbs for culinary, medicinal, ritual, fragrance, dyeing, fiber, and a zillion other uses)!4o2Nvq1BAAGLs2MxMjIAVQAABVhCAAAoyw-A,329,3504,44,html/The-Virginia-Heritage-Seed-Collection

    More heirloom seed sources:

  2. Wow Nancy--That's quite a list! Thank you SO MUCH for posting this!! I need to check these all out!

  3. SESE. Southern Exposure Seed Exchange should be on every earth-lover's list. They are a local business (Cville, VA) truly committed to saving heirloom, locally produced seed specifically types that are suited to growing in this very region. Finally, a seed company we can trust. Getting their catalog is a treat every year!

    From a post on my FB page

  4. Thank you for posting such a useful, impressive and a wicked article./Wow.. looking good!

    Organic Gardens