I'm doing ok on purchasing seeds here in N/W Arizona.
If something is missing in your area I could probably pass on factory sealed seed packets or partially used seed packets dated for this year.
I hit the garden depts at Home Depot and Wally World every time I'm in there.
Looks like both stores have had three or four shipments of seeds come in and at least three shipments of plants come in.
Although, yesterday, Wally Worlds veggie seeds were a bit picked over on tomatoes, but most everything else was available.
Fwiw, I've been starting Sweetie Cherry Tomatoes in a big pot, replanting 2-3 of them into medium size pots and passing them on to friends.
One way to get other folks interested in gardening.
Looks like my experiment in planting cooking beans - Great Northerns - from the market may have failed.
I think part of it due to the seeds floated up and out when watered.
Buoyant little guys they are.
Going to try again, I have a lot of empty pots and am having success starting seeds outside using 100% Miracle-Gro in the pots.
Thinking about trying to start a lime tree from seed in a container.
This is not a good area for them, but my friends in a slightly more temperate - just barely - environment are doing well with several lime trees close
to the house and cut like a hedge.
They call it a Corona bush....
[edit on 26-5-2008 by Desert Dawg]