grow you own or buy transplants?
I have been reading the Guide to MN Vegetable Gardening, plus I get the magazine for northern gardeners, and they both talk about the different kinds of beets, corn, cukes, eggplants and etc, etc that one can plant. However, when I go to my local garden center, I am presented with limited choices and they are the same choices year after year. So, I wonder, do you shop around to find what you are looking for or, do you start your own seeds?
I have limited space for seed starting and I am not looking to plant 30 cabbages, for instance. But, would like to try new vegetables. I am familiar with Burpee and NK but have noticed Seed Savers as an option and have checked out there website.
So I am considering growing my own transplants on a very low scale but just not sure how feasible it would be. Any insight on what you do is appreciated. If you do do it, is there a resource you could point me to to get me started?