Need a good replacement for Johnny's Selected Seeds
Younger Son has getting into gardening. We've always used Johnny's Selected Seeds as our go-to.
They're good quality, they grow well, and if they grow in Maine, they'll grow here in Central Pa.
When we lived in South Carolina, I used Park's seeds for similar growing range reasons.
Y.S. went to place and order and discovered that Johnny's Seeds is not currently selling to the home gardening market.
Their primary market is market gardeners and farmers (which is why their seeds while more expensive tend to be of such high quality: their market DEMANDS seeds that will produce).
It's a combination of unusually high demand and Covid-19 restrictions.
Any suggestions for a wide range of seeds that *will* grow (as opposed to that supermarket trash) AND that will be suitable for central Pennsylvania (zone 5 in winter, extremely variable summers that can be cool and damp or hot and dry or hot and damp or cool and dry)?