seed catalog

NOUN
  1. a list advertising seeds and their prices
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How To Use seed catalog In A Sentence

  • An onion set is a small onion which can be bought at garden centres or ordered from seed catalogues.
  • The photograph was about halfway down, but he took his time getting there, stopping as I knew he would to peruse a seed catalogue. MURDER IN E MINOR
  • Home gardeners can buy the fungi as soil inoculants from seed catalogs.
  • Seed catalogues and bee magazines had not arrived even though he had been assured by the companies involved that they were sent.
  • Some of those old heritage varieties can still be found in seed catalogs.
  • New varieties are usually marked as such in seed catalogues, and those that have exhibited superior qualities to win awards are also noted.
  • Seed catalogues can usually be relied upon to indicate which pansies and violas are good for most if not all the winters we are likely to experience.
  • Check your seed catalog but I think this is a storer, too. squashing hopes
  • Many seed catalogs feature varieties that are bred for small size plots - and organic too!
  • For larger quantities, wholesale seed catalogues and seed company sales representatives may provide a wider selection of cultivars as well as wholesale pricing.
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