Botanical Arts

Ordering seeds, bulbs, and plants from catalogs and having them delivered by mail is a tradition which goes back centuries! Long before the internet.  I love gardening, so here is the page for Botanical Arts:

Karyn Bischoff is growing rooted plants, seeds, and bulbs for you in Summerville, Oregon.  I not only love Gladiolus, I love this almost lavender shade!  Too see more, either use this link to her Etsy store:  FreshGardenLiving
Or this link to her website:


Tammy Carlton cultivates seeds in Nehawka, Nebraska.  Growing, collecting, and offering seeds for sale is a time honored tradition that goes back much farther than even the postal service.  I hope you visit her store by using this link:  MyFlowerGrounds


Mia Myers is providing some really cool seeds for you in Claremont, California.  Take a walk on the wilder side and plant something you won't find at your local store!  Doesn't this corn look wonderful?
You can see more by using this link to her Etsy store
:  SmartSeeds
Or by using this link to her website:


Kay Witte has the seeds to brighten up your spring garden, from Louisville, Nebraska.  Even if your garden is a few planters on a porch!  You can use this link to see all the other flowers she has to offer:


Grizz is growing non GMO seeds for your garden in Ammon, Idaho.  Get a little adventurous and grow something you are not going to find in the seed racks at your local hardware and garden center!  Like these Winged Bean Thi Goa Beans!  You can eat the beans, leaves, and the roots!  He also has some winter squash and purple peas I want to try.  You can check them out by using this link to his store:  BoxGardenSeeds


Marc and Angela Adler are ready to help you with all the seeds you need for your spring garden from St. Louis, Missouri.  They have a wide range of products, including luscious honeys!  But I chose their lavender seed to show you, of course...  Please visit them by either using this link to their Etsy store:  SeedGeeks
Or this link to their website:

Merrill Hitchcock grows wonderful items for you in Rock Island, Tennessee. They specialize in day lilies, and of course I had to choose their lavender to show you instead, but you can use this link to see what a wide range of plants and flowers they have available.  Time to start planning that garden! DaylilyNursery

Carolyn Kenyon cultivates her seeds in Salt Lake County, Utah.  I chose this one because I love my cooked greens and I especially love Swiss Chard!  In many areas, even where it freezes, it will grow year round.  In my book, everyone should have some growing in their gardens or even in a container on your porch.  It is so easy to grow, there is no reason not to.  And the leaves are beautiful!  Does this rainbow assortment inspire you?  All of her seeds are NON-GMO, heirloom, or open-pollinated varieties of the highest quality.
See what else she has in store for you by using this link to her store:

Tim Staggs carefully cultivates and harvests seeds for you in Ocean Park, Washington.  Cultivating plants to collect their seeds to maintain a variety or develop new ones, is a skill that goes back way before written history.  The fact that carrots started out in a rainbow of colors is something many people do not know!  But you can get them, as well as many others, from Tim by using this link:  UnderTheSunSeeds

Jackie Jasper carefully harvests and packages her seeds in Winslow, Arkansas.  Of course I have chosen her Lavender kit to show you first.  She has an Etsy store where you will find many more seed kits and her own website as well.  Time to start planning your garden, dream of spring blossoms and summer fruits!
Here is a link to her Etsy store: mountainlilyfarm
And here is a link to her website:

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