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I'm a hoarder of seeds I admit. I really don't need anymore but I can't pass up a seed display. I like to get different varieties that will help us either find a different tasting vegetable or enhance the variety we plant. For instance, instead of just leaf lettuce I'm going to mix in gourmet blend lettuce. I little different flavor for our salad.
Lately, I've heard from many sources that seed companies are already running low. I'm not even sure because I haven't checked but so many are saying that, I'll just trust them. So, where do I find my different varieties (some are heirloom, some not)? I find them when I shop at local stores. So far, I've found them at Menard's and Meijer's, my two favorite stores during this pandemic.
Right now. Menards has their Valley Greene for 37 cents a packet. I remember from previous years they will have them for cheaper then that more near Spring. Whether they will or not this year I can't guarantee it. A lot of their seeds are heirloom.
They also have other seed companies displays at Menards and I bought some Burpee Sugar Snap Peas. These are not heirloom. They are cheaper price than what's marked on the packet but a lot more expensive.
I believe you get more bang for your buck at seed companies. So if you can find a source for what you need that's the best place. Many times these seed packets don't have a lot in them.
So, this is just a suggestion, if you need another source.
Are you having trouble finding seeds? or How's it's going in your neck of the woods?