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Many of us start our plants from seeds as well as buying starts. Here is a short list of seed companies for your reference. I personally use Ed Hume and Territorial seeds as they are "bred" for our weather and climate here in the PNW.

Experimenting with different brands can be fun and productive. You just might find one "brand" of tomatoes grows well for you even though they are sold by a company in a totally different area of the country.

Feel free to post your favorite seed company below and we'll add it to the list.

http://www.burpee.com/
http://www.cooksgarden.com/home.asp
http://www.fedcoseeds.com/
http://www.ferry-morse.com/
http://www.gurneys.com/
http://www.humeseeds.com/
http://www.johnnyseeds.com/catalog/hgindex.html?ct=hg
http://www.kitchengardenseeds.com/catreq.html
http://www.parkseed.com/
http://www.rareseeds.com/
http://www.superseeds.com/home.htm
http://www.territorial-seed.com/stores/1/index.cfm
http://www.totallytomato.com/
http://www.vermontbean.com/

Asian Vegetable & Herb seeds
http://www.kitazawaseed.com

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I buy alot of my seed from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds they're organic and Non GMO,these folks are owner operated by a really interesting young man and his wife.They have gone all over the World to get some very good and very unique varieties of vegetables.
For a more conventional seed house I have bought from Twilley Seeds for years and always have gotten top quality seeds from them.Seeds of Change is an independently owned company that supplies some different and interesting varieties.
 
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