Good luck!! @Phaedra
I have spent over $125/US dollars on seeds/gardening supplies this Fall to make SURE that I have everything for 2024.
I guess whatever sweet peppers I grow next year should make up for it, since there are easily $1/each and we cook with a LOT of them.
I took the initiative when I had some cash burning a hole in my wallet, to buy new gro lights for the units on my basement growing shelves. I have been using an LDA flourscent light unit on top with only one pink light bulb. Now there are 2, yet to be installed but safely housed.
The other 2 gro light bulbs are in the cabinet downstairs, easy to access, mere feet away from the ones that they may replace this winter.
ANYWAY, I am DONE buying.
I have thoroughly enjoyed the Baker Creek Catalog book that I bought for $12.50 last winter, but I don't plan on buying their new one until I have explored the old one completely.
Johnny's catalog arrived yesterday. Of course, my issue has pumpkins and Winter Squash on the cover since it is targeting my 2024 interest in an additional Kabocha. The algorithm embedded in the pages has already scattered interesting varieties of this and that in such a way that I will be falling into the rabbit hole directly.