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Martha's Gardening Sources

The Martha Stewart Show, February 2010

If you want a garden full of beautiful flowers and tasty vegetables, try ordering seeds from these Martha-approved vendors:

  • The Cook's Garden: A go-to place for anyone who wants to grow their own tasty vegetables and premium herbs

  • Johnny's Selected Seeds: A Maine-based company with simple seed packages and a range of gardening tools

  • Seeds of Change: A New Mexico farm producing more than 1,200 certified-organic, open-pollinated seeds

  • Seed Saver's Exchange: A nonprofit association of gardeners that saves and shares rare heirloom seeds

  • Thompson & Morgan: A long-established and well-respected source for both flowers and vegetables

 
Annuals
Harris Seeds
Select Seeds

Bees
Betterbee
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm
Rossman Apiaries

Bulbs
B & D Lilies
Brent and Becky's Bulbs
John Scheepers
The Lily Garden
McClure & Zimmerman
Van Bourgondien
Van Engelen

Fruit Trees and Berries
Edible Landscaping
Fedco Trees

Grasses and Bamboo
Bluestem Nursery
New England Bamboo Company

Moss
Moss Acres

Natives, Wildflowers, and Meadow Seeds
American Natives by Prairie Nursery
Ernst Seeds
Native American Seed
Prairie Frontier

Perennials
Beds & Borders
Fairweather Gardens
Heronswood
Jung Seed
Klehm's Song Sparrow
Niche Gardens
Plant Delights Nursery
Roots & Rhizomes
Walters Gardens

Roses
David Austin Roses
Edmunds' Roses
Jackson & Perkins

Tools and Supplies
A.M. Leonard

Tropical and Seasonal Seeds
Logee's Tropical Plants
White Flower Farm

Vegetable Seeds
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
Harris Seeds
J. L. Hudson, Seedsman
John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds
Jung Seed
Territorial Seed Company

Water Gardens
Lilypons Water Gardens
S. Scherer & Sons

Comments (2)

  • 2 Feb, 2010

    Click on the second page link above..they are all there.

  • 2 Feb, 2010

    What about the other catalogues that Martha had piled in front of her, a few of which she peripherally mentioned? What were those?