The past year has been a crazy one, but of the positive things I’ve seen come out of it is the booming demand to start a victory garden! But that also means some garden stores have faced high demand, especially stores to buy seeds online, so I wanted to help you out with that. I’ll keep updating this list of my top seed companies where you can buy seeds online.
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- True Leaf Market (link above) still has seeds in stock including microgreen seeds and supplies. As with many, order processing will take more time.
- Botanical Interests seems to have a good stock of veggie seeds, including heirlooms and organic.
- If you’re in the UK, check Gardening Direct. Most of the other links here are US based.
- Naturezedge is a veteran owned small family seed site. Here you can buy seeds online in collections or variety packs at a better value.
- Home Depot: it seems most or all seeds & plants are unavailable for delivery and limited stock in stores. However you can still find some supplies like soil and seed starting supplies, even for delivery.
- MI Gardener seed store is a favorite of gardeners for its many choices of 99 cent seed packs. Orders may take longer than usual.
- High Mowing Organic Seeds seemed to have a lot of choices left.
- Baker Creek seeds online is a huge favorite especially for really unique heirlooms but a lot of their items have gone out of stock this spring and they have had to close for restocking periodically.
- Park Seed seems to still have stock.
- Jung Seed has some organic seeds left, but not a lot of choices.
- Burpee: I clicked around a bit but every veggie seed I looked at was out of stock.
- Johnny’s seeds is only taking commercial orders this month.
- Click and Grow (below) its its own indoor gardening system, but they had some seed “pods” and gardens in stock.
I’d also like to mention that Garden Tower Project, one of my affiliate partners, has begun producing DIY face mask frames! It is a flexible plastic frame made with their quality food grade plastic, included elastic, but you supply your own filter/fabric. Their page also provides information on the best types of filter material to use and where to get it. There is a family pack, or a bulk package (72) for health facilities.