In the past couple of weeks, I got a number of seed catalogs in the mail. While it still seems early to think about planting, between planning what you’d like to do this year, selecting plants, shipping, and starting your seeds in flats, it’s actually time to start! Amazing, I know, especially since it’s only the second week of January.
I’d like to start with the catalog I got from Seed Savers Exchange.
I love how this is not a company, but actually a non-profit dedicated to continuing the legacy of heirloom seeds. Since lettuce, beets, and herbs grow so well in Seattle’s climate, here is a list of some varieties I’ll keep on my list of what I’d like to get: