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MOM2ACAT SparkPoints: (167,795)
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1/2/12 2:40 P

I don't have good luck with seeds either. I buy my plants in a variety of places in my small town; Meijer, Walmart, Menard's, Lowes, and the farmer's market.

GODDESSEY Posts: 303
1/2/12 2:29 P

Online - Gurney's, Spring Hill Nursery, Holland Bulbs, Easy To Grow Bulbs, Brecks, Dutch Gardens, Henry Fields. Locally - Lowes, Home Depot, Local Mom and Pop nurseries, Grocery Store.

J2740LOU SparkPoints: (217,381)
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1/2/12 2:29 P

Well, surprisingly, we've had more success with starter plants bought at Walmart than at a local florist!

GARDENDIVA2 Posts: 611
1/2/12 2:26 P

In general I do not purchase seeds because our growing season is just too short. However, I have found that most seeds for herbs sprout quickly. Those I buy at the local garden center. Just make sure that they are for the current growing season and are not left over from last year. For plants, I get these at the local farmers market. I have found that plants started in the local soil grow best in my yard. This includes vegetables and flowers.

NEWKAREN43 SparkPoints: (45,972)
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1/2/12 2:12 P

Territorial Seed company

PHAMS85 Posts: 213
1/2/12 2:08 P

Hi! I plan to start a garden this year, at least a small starter garden as I work towards learning how to handle one, and I wondered what people's preferences were on where they buy their seeds and/or plants from.

Thank you,
Alicia

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