Well tonight sure has been fun! I'm trying not to go nuts with ordering seeds and plants but gosh it's *hard*!
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds:
Sweet Dumpling Winter Squash
I'm *really* proud of this short order as there are about a bazillion different varieties I wanted to order from this company!
One Green World:
Canadice Grape Vine
Honeycrisp Apple Tree
Yeah, after all that studying and tasting and wavering back and forth, I'm just gettin' the dang Honeycrisp. I would've bought an Elstar but I couldn't find anyone that had any in stock or would ship to Oregon. Foo! I'm also not eeeeentiiiiiirly sure where that grape vine is going either. ::blushes:: BUT, the kiddo and DH both love grapes so I'll be sure to just scooch something aside to make room for it. Heh. Next year I've got to figure out where a raspberry vine or two can be plunked in too.
Annual Flower Garden Seed Collection
Cleome, Cornflower, Cosmos, Marigold, Nasturtium and Zinnia.
Normally I wouldn't order from this company but because it's a non-food item and I want the flowers mostly to attract pollinators I feel like it's okay. It was sold as a collection for less then it would've cost me to buy all the seeds separately at their or other company. I'm excited to plant this in the bed behind the peach tree - there was nothing there all last year so this riot of color should be wonderful in the summer! Also because they're annuals it won't crowd the peach tree as it gets older.
Territorial Seed Company
Canoe Shelling Peas
Early Jalapeño Pepper
Black Prince Tomato
San Marzano Gigante Tomato
I didn't have *nearly* enough tomato plants last year. What the heck was I thinking? So I'm going with these guys - again I'm not too sure where they're all going to go yet. Guess I should stop shopping and finish with the garden planning.
...and if you've never started plants from seeds before it's pretty dang easy: Seed Starting Video.