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    I use www.theseedguy.com large variety, ready made packages, or custom orders. Also they are a smaller operation and the owners are the ones answering the phone. I believe they have a 64 variety package including herbs for less than $70 comes with instructions and inside an unsealed mylar bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flock6 View Post
    I use www.theseedguy.com large variety, ready made packages, or custom orders. Also they are a smaller operation and the owners are the ones answering the phone. I believe they have a 64 variety package including herbs for less than $70 comes with instructions and inside an unsealed mylar bag.
    I was unable to find (Google) any seedguy.com. There was a https://theseedguy.net/ that came up, but it was blocked from me. Maybe because I use XP Pro, or maybe due to the older browsers for XP Pro. Either way, I was able to circumvent whoever/whatever via a proxy (https://proxy.toolur.com/), and reach seedguy.net, so I added it to the list. If anyone else wants to add to the above list, feel free. Hopefully Mods will keep the 'edit post' function alive, and the list can grow.

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    Texasready.com. I actually purchase every other year and spread it amongst different suppliers, out but try to stay with southern varieties due to extreme heat down south.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KINGCHIP View Post
    Texasready.com. I actually purchase every other year and spread it amongst different suppliers, out but try to stay with southern varieties due to extreme heat down south.
    Again, LilBro (Google) was unable to find any Texasready.com, but this came up instead:
    http://texasready.net/
    which I'm very sure is your source, so it is added to the list. Thanks for the addition. With the demise of sourcebooks like 'Gardening By Mail', I think having a list of suppliers is worthwhile...one can never have too many options!

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