If you’re a psycho like me, there’s a good chance you did your seed research months ago (possibly on the toilet) while flipping through seed catalogs and making mental notations. If you’re a normal person maybe you’ve only just started to think about what you’re gonna plant in the next couple of weeks. Lucky for you, winter refuses to fuck off around here and there’s still time to pull it together. Pull it together man!
I’d like to recommend ordering your goods from the Hudson Seed Valley Library, a place dedicated to “creating an accessible and affordable source of regionally-adapted seeds.” These guys have gone way out of their way to gather and maintain a literal seed library of New York regional heirlooms; we’re talking strange local favorites handed down from gardener to gardener that seem to do really well in this climate. Unusual and locally adapted, just like Panthy.
As unique as the seeds are the Art Packs designed by local artists; take this little beauty for example:
Once you’ve picked out your Sugar Baby Watermelon or your Ragged Jack Kale, consult this super helpful seed starting schedule Seed Starting 101: Garden Notes for Seedy Folks. Perfect. Now get to it!