Where should you buy tomato seeds?
Your local home improvement center offers a few packets on its seed rack. But selection is usually limited to a dozen or so varieties. What a shame … especially since there are thousands of types of tomatoes!
Here’s the dirt: we’ve compiled a list of companies offering tomato seeds. The list is in alphabetical order. Each company fills a certain niche, so be sure to check what each offers and see if it matches your want or need.
Disclaimer: this list, of course, is not complete. We’re counting on readers like you to help us find other vendors that sell quality tomato seeds. (See the submission form below.)
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Heirloom and OP (open-pollinated) Tomato Varieties
Hybrid Tomato Varieties
For hybrid tomato seeds, we recommend Burpee, a leading home gardening and seed company since 1881.
Burnsville, North Carolina (United States)
A small, family farm producing heirloom tomato seeds and plants, eclectic medicinal and culinary herbs, and a diverse selection of heirloom vegetable plants.
Sunol, California (United States)
Breeds gourmet vegetables (primarily tomatoes).
Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company (Rare Seeds)
Mansfield, Missouri and Petaluma, California (United States) More than 1,400 heirloom vegetable, flower, and herb varieties; all pure, natural, and non-GMO.
BBB Seed (Bounty Beyond Belief)
Boulder, Colorado (United States)
Family-owned seed company committed to providing safe, healthy, untreated, and non-genetically modified seed to our customers
Casey's Heirloom Tomatoes of Airdrie
Airdrie, Alberta (Canada)
All seeds are harvested from Jeffrey Casey’s own backyard organic garden.
Marianna's Heirloom Seeds (formerly Pomodori di Marianna)
Dickson, Tennessee (United States)
Over 4,000 varieties of open-pollinated heirloom seeds and plants, specializing in a large offering of Italian paste tomatoes.
Ohio Heirloom Seeds
Gahanna, Ohio (United States)
25 varieties of heirloom, open-pollinated tomato varieties along with over 100 varieties of peppers, lettuce, herbs, and carrots.
Old Pueblo Plant & Seed Company
Tucson, Arizona (United States)
Chemical-free heirloom and open-pollinated vegetables and seeds.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (United States)
Fun tomato seed website offering excellent selection and lots of information.
Prairie Garden Seeds
Humboldt, Saskatchewan (Canada)
Specializes in distributing Canadian tomato cultivars, especially as part of the Canadian Tomato Project.
Mount Holly, North Carolina (United States)
More than 5,000 quality non-GMO vegetable seeds, herb seeds, and flower seeds for the home garden and market growers, including 700+ tomato varieties.
Seedman (formerly Rachel's Tomato Seed Supply)
Gautier, Mississippi (United States)
Rare and unusual seeds from all over the world.
Seed Savers Exchange
Decorah, Iowa (United States)
A non-profit organization dedicated to saving and sharing heirloom seeds.
Hounslow, England (United Kingdom)
Recommended by a Tomato Dirt reader! Heirloom, OP, and a few hybrid tomato varieties along with other vegetables and flowers, all offered at greatly reduced prices.
Sow True Seed
Asheville, North Carolina (United States)
An open-pollinated/non-hybrid vegetable, herb and flower seed company specializing in heirloom, certified organic, and traditional Southern Appalachia varieties.
Sweet Tomato Test Garden
Las Vegas, Nevada (United States)
Growing methods and products for desert tomato gardeners.
Anmore, British Columbia (Canada)
Collects and shares characteristics and historical information for heirloom and open-pollinated vegetable varieties, with focus on tomatoes. Sells 4,000 varieties of tomato seeds.
The Sample Seed Shop
Tonawanda, New York (United States)
Great seeds in inexpensive sample size packets.
The Seed Kingdom
Lubbock, Texas (United States)
Vegetable seeds to home gardeners and market growers at bulk and wholesale prices, specializing in heirloom tomato seeds.
The Tomato Patch (heirloomtomatoes.com)
Highly-viable organically-grown tomato seeds with an average germination rate of 99.9%
Tomato Bob’s Heirloom Tomatoes
Hilliard, Ohio (United States)
A small family owned seed company located in central Ohio specializing in over 700 different varieties of heirloom tomatoes, hot peppers, flowers, and vegetables
Tomato Growers Supply Company
Fort Myers, Florida (United States)
More than 500 varieties of tomatoes and peppers, including huge selections of both hybrid tomato seeds and heirloom tomato seeds.
Tomato Seeds Australia (Beautanicals)
Lockyer Valley, Queensland (Australia)
All seeds are harvested from the plants grown at Beautanical’s gardens.
Chatham, Ontario (Canada)
Specializes in the breeding, production, and marketing of hybrid tomato seed for the processing and fresh market industries, selling in commercial amounts only.
Carmel, California (United States)
600+ varieties non-hybrid, non-genetically modified, old-fashioned and rarest heirloom tomato seeds from around the world.
The Victory Seed Company
Liberal, Oregon (United States)
A farm-based, family owned, mission-driven preservation organization working to protect rare, heirloom, open-pollinated seeds by keeping them available to gardeners. Victory emphasizes historical research and accuracy to produce seeds of the highest quality possible. Seed sales directly support Victory's preservation mission and its charitable giving program.
Whatcom Seed Company
Eugene, Oregon (United States)
A leading online supplier of rare and unusual seeds for home gardeners and retail growers.
Wild Boar Farms
Suisan Valley, California (United States)
Small, local farmer and breeder offering a large selection of heirloom and open-pollinated tomatoes, with a focus is on bi-color and striped varieties, those with extreme flavor, and unusual-looking tomatoes.
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300+ Heirloom tomato varieties. Organic, open pollinated, no hybrids, no GMOs, rare tomato seeds farm direct! www.restorationseeds.com
Totally Tomato Not rated yet
Check out Totally Tomatoes . They've got great seeds and great customer service!
Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company Not rated yet
I have had very good experience with Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company . They have a large and varied selection. Plus they offer rare and unusual varieties. …
The Patriot Supply: great selection of tomatoes and other seeds Not rated yet
The Patriot Supply offers individual seeds as well as survival seed collections. You can use these GMO seeds to get started growing your own heirloom seeds. …
Great range and excellent service from Mr. Fothergill's Not rated yet
Mr. Fothergill's has a great range of tomato seeds for the garden, the kitchen and even for the kids. Check out their site .
Super cheap tomato seeds in the UK, fast delivery and great germination rate too Not rated yet
Would you mind including UK seed seller to your great list? Seedparade has an excellent reputation here in the UK. The seeds are really cheap. I found …
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