How to Get Food Seeds and Plants in 2010 – 2011

It’s officially “Armchair Gardening Season.” In its honor, I’ve updated my Food Catalog Directory for the 2010 – 2011 growing season. I hope you can find what you need!

Photo Caption: Unless you're foraging for mushrooms (like the ones we found at the bottom left of this photo), you'll need to obtain seeds, bareroot orchard plants, seed potatoes, onion sets, and transplants to get your 2010 - 2011 food season started!

If you really want to get the most out of your perfect spring daydreaming, I also recommend these articles from the old Kitchen Gardener magazines. Don’t you just love late fall & winter’s potential?

Eliza Lord

I'm a Greenville, SC native (the Appalachian foothills) who wears the hats of Greenville Master Gardener & Upstate Master Naturalist. I love to write about food and sustainability.

6 thoughts on “How to Get Food Seeds and Plants in 2010 – 2011”

  1. Carolyn @ Carolyn's Shade Gardens - November 23, 2010 10:14 am

    You have an information packed blog. I started many moons ago as a vegetable gardener. The deer have impeded that (I am down to herbs, tomatoes, and hot peppers), but I hope to get back to it. I get a lot of food safety information from Nutrition Action. I am sure you know about it. Carolyn
    .-= Carolyn @ Carolyn’s Shade Gardens´s last blog ..Shade Gardening in Fall- Snowdrops or the Confessions of a Galanthophile =-.

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    1. Sustainahillbilly
      Twitter: appalachianfeet
      - November 30, 2010 9:11 am

      I actually hadn’t heard of Nutrition Action, thanks for the reference!
      .-= Sustainahillbilly´s last blog ..How to Find Great Plants- Issue 1 =-.

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  2. fer
    Twitter: mygardeninjapan
    - November 27, 2010 9:40 am

    So many seeds I would like to get my hands on. Maybe someday when I have the space.
    Your photo looks great! so many yummy looking vegetables
    .-= fer´s last blog ..Blueberries and autumn color in my garden =-.

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    1. Sustainahillbilly
      Twitter: appalachianfeet
      - November 30, 2010 9:20 am

      Thanks!

      Seeds are so tempting! I have 6 large airtight bins that I keep them in…
      .-= Sustainahillbilly´s last blog ..How to Find Great Plants- Issue 1 =-.

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  3. Robin - November 27, 2010 9:56 am

    Great information…thanks for posting it

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    1. Sustainahillbilly
      Twitter: appalachianfeet
      - November 30, 2010 9:23 am

      Your welcome, I am really jealous of your new coldframes!
      .-= Sustainahillbilly´s last blog ..How to Find Great Plants- Issue 1 =-.

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