The catalog from High Mowing is a great source for seeds. I typically purchase these seeds online because they are not available locally.
I like High Mowing Seeds for the following reasons:
According to their catalog, all of their seeds are organic and non-GMOs.
They have lots of seed choices with over 700 varieties!
High Mowing has many hybrids that carry the best traits of the parent varieties. While hybrid seeds will typically be more expensive, they should have greater disease resistance, yield, uniformity and flavor. They have some good hybrid options for the cabbage family, winter and summer squash and melons.
They identify the disease resistances of certain varieties.
The catalog and website offers various options so you can purchase just a packet of seeds or larger amounts.
Shipping is free for purchases over $10.
High Mowing has vegetable, fruit, herb and flower seeds. As for seeds, I really liked the Tavor Artichoke and the Oregon Sugar Pod II Snow Pea. I tried to buy the Picnic Pepper Blend last year but it sold out quickly. I am going to try again this year!
In addition to seeds, they also carry many varieties of seed potatoes and garlic bulbs.
High Mowing identifies the new varieties in their catalog to help focus your search.
Now if you missed my post about the 2018 catalog for Botanical Interests just click on it.