~ L.M. Montgomery
Yes. That's what I said. Seed catalogs. The Fifty Shades of gardners everywhere.
But it can't be just any seed catalogs. Too many mad scientists and money-grubby corporations have poked, prodded, and genetically modified and otherwise sterlized many seeds. If you haven't heard of Monsanto, you must be living in a Barbie world and think that food comes from the grocery store.
All food comes from a seed or a bulb. Well, all real food that is: fruits, vegetables, grains. And the best food comes from organically and sustainably grown and harvested seeds. Also, not necessary, but definitely fun and useful to grow are heirloom seeds: seeds that come from strains of fruit or vegetables grown by our great-great-great grandparents. Think lumpy, bumpy heirloom tomatoes. I dare you to eat a GMO'd tomato (even right out of the garden) and then eat an heirloom tomato and tell me they are the same. There is no comparison.
All five of these seed companies or exchanges sell organic, non-GMO seeds.