How I Organize my Garden Seeds

Welcome (or welcome back) to the cabin! I’m sitting down with a cup of tea and my seed purchases for the 2023 season to chat with you about what I’m most excited to grow this year as well as how I organize my seed stash.

I did do some hapless department store seed shopping, but this year I tried to stick to only what I needed to round out my vegetable garden as well as selecting some flowers to transform my patch into the cottage-inspired space I’d like it to be. The larger ticket items I was in need of this year were alliums, paste tomatoes, greens, and herbs. I went through a lot of these seeds in prior years and I needed to round out my stock for this year not just for my personal garden but for the seedlings that I sell around town in the spring.

I shop mainly for heirloom vegetable seeds, and I would love if you would visit our Affiliations page to see which brands we use and love here on the homestead, and which give back to us through referrals!

Photo Storage Full-Size Seed Organizer:

Photo Storage Half-Size Seed Boxes:

Renee’s Garden Seeds:

Seeds β€˜n Such:

Seed Savers Exchange:



You can get 10% off your order using my code SAVE10NOW.

Sandhill Preservation Center:

Baker Creek Rare Seeds:

Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties by Carol Deppe:

STRATCO Raised Garden Beds:

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