Their seed catalog (available by mail and online) is unlike other garden seed catalogs in that it also features personal profiles on the growers, farmers, and gardeners who use their seeds. They’re a great bonus read!
I’ve only been using their seeds for the past few years, but have strong germination rates and productive harvests every time, so I feel confident in recommending them.
The worker-owned cooperative prints a rather petite catalog compared to some other companies, but it’s packed with seed varieties ranging from classic to unique.
It’s chock full of seed history, growing resources, recipes, and page after page of eye candy featuring more than 1,000 heirloom seed varieties (which, if you can believe it, is only a fraction of their full selection).
They collect and store thousands of rare heirloom seed varieties in the country’s largest nongovernmental seed bank, and operate the world’s largest online seed exchange where members can search and swap open-pollinated seeds and plants.