stock from well before planting time to well after, people plant at
different times depending on elevation. We don't know where the OP resides
or what the OP intends to plant. To be perfectly frank I can't imagine that
someone with nearly a 1/3 acre garden has to ask where to buy seed... seems
to me they'd be able to tell us.
Fedco is not a year round supplier as far as their stock is concerned.
Orders go in early - January and February - then shipped out for growing
season. Later orders depend on excess stock when/if available. They
specialize in organic and heritage type varities. But there is also Moose
tubers (potatoes - onions) and bulbs (fall planted) and trees and shrubs
(including fruit bearing as well as ornamentals) If you live in their area
(Maine) there is even pickups available. It is an interesting and
informative site even if you don't order.
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The Diggers Club does large packets of good quality seed but not knowing
where you are this may not help as they are based in Victoria Australia.
Also international mail order of seed can be problematical due to quarantine
regulations in some places.
How large is that area? You could be looking at a few tons, how far are you
prepared to transport your compost, manure, rock powder etc? Or is this not
what you understand by "organic fertiliser"?
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