Best Japanese vegetable seeds
I’d like to know where can I buy best Japanese vegetable seeds?
I know Sakata seed company in Japan but I live in U.S.A and Sakata seed company doesn’t send seed to people who live in America.
I only interested to buy seed from Japan.
nightbloomincereus 7A noVA
If you are willing to acept Japanese varieties which have been grown in the U.S. then try http://www.kitazawaseed.com/index.html
or try http://www.evergreenseeds.com
They are not produced in Japan, but I didn’t find most of what they offer anywhere else.
Sakata Seed is a big wholesale company now, I think. And the two companies above are likely to get seed from them, and from other wholesale sources. I don’t believe all the seed the companies above sell is grown in the U.S.
I have been happy with the service from Evergreen Seeds. Try the Extra Summer Sweet melon.
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I will second the recommendation for Kitazawa, they carry good seed & are expanding their selection.
Baker Creek Heirloom Seed carries quite a large selection of Asian vegetables as well, including several Japanese squash.
If you are searching for edamame soybeans, I have quite a few Japanese cultivars (including “Tengamine” and “Sapporo Midori” from Sakata). Additionally, I have seed for cucumbers, bitter melon, and peppers from Japan. Contact me through my Member Page if interested.
I'd like to know where can I buy best Japanese vegetable seeds? I know Sakata seed company in Japan but I live in U.S.A and Sakata seed company doesn't send seed to people who live in America. I only interested to buy seed from Japan.