It's time to order seeds

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Today, I have a huge list of little things that I need to get done, but on the top of that list is to figure out what seeds I need to order, and get at least one of the orders in.

Last year I took way too long and totally missed the February planting date for my broccoli starts. Hell, I even ended up starting my tomatoes and chiles later than I wanted. I really want to avoid having that happen again.

I also want to try some different vendors than last year, just for the fun and variety of it. Last year it was pinetree Garden Seeds, Tough Love Chile Company and Totally Tomatoes. I also picked up some seeds locally from Territorial Seed, which is a catalog outfit down in Oregon that is stocked by several of the stores up here.

I will almost certainly go with Raintree again, simply because they are the cheapest. I figure that I will also go with Tomato Growers Supply Company and Jung's, with a possible order from Redwood City Seed as well.

Last year I noticed that Walmart also carries a pretty big selection of the store rack seeds for less than $1 a pack as well. They don't seem to have as many fun varieties, bot for some of the veggies, you don't need as much choice.