Sources for our veggie garden seeds

Now that the list of veggies we'll be growing this year has been published in today's paper, I'm sure some of you out there will be wondering where the seeds came from. Here is the list of the varieties. You'll see a number following each one. Farther down on the page, you'll see the source names that correspond to each of those numbers. As always, if you have any questions, either send me an email (inthegarden@live.com), or comment on this post and I'll get back to you.

Artichoke - Imperial Star 6
Basil - Italian Pesto 2
Beans, Pole - Italian 6, French Gold Filet 2
Beets - Red, Gold and Candystripe 2 (this is a seed mix)
Cabbage - Early Jersey Wakefield 1
Carrots - Nantes Starica 2
Celery - Tango 6
Chard - Pot of Gold 2
Cilantro - Slow Bolt 6
Corn - Peaches 'n Cream 1 (note this is a change from what was published in the paper)
Garlic, shallots (garlic bulbs from last year's harvest; shallot bulbs from 8)
Onions - Big Daddy 7, Yellow Sweet Spanish 7
Parsnips - Cobham Improved 6
Peas, shelling - Sabre 2
Peppers - Italian Sweet Sunset mix 2
Potatoes - Yukon Gold 8
Pumpkins - Casper 1, New England Pie 3
Radishes - Purple Plum 1, Watermelon 1
Salad greens - Mache Corn Salad 4, Red Sails 1, Patty's Choice Bibb 2, Stardom mix 2
Squash, Summer - Romanesco 2, Yellow Scallop bush 2
Squash, Winter - Delicata 2, Lakota 4, Sweet Dumpling 3, Sweet Meat 1
Tomatoes - San Marzano 4, Sungold 2, Jet Star 5

1 - Ed Hume Seeds
2 - Renee's Garden
3 - Johnny's Selected Seeds
4 - Botanical Interests (these are carried by Northwest Seed & Pet)
5 - Harris Seeds
6 - Seeds of Change
7 - Dixondale Farms (note that these are onion starts rather than seeds)
8 - Northwest Seed & Pet