Midwinter is the best time to sit down and plan for Spring. As my garden settles in, it's becoming obvious that fruit trees and vines are taking over, and annual plants are dropping out of favor. Much of that is the issue of maturity - the fruit trees that I planted a few years ago are entering their producing years. The grape vines have been producing very well for several years now. Veggies are important, but if I don't get things ready on time, the opportuinity is missed for the best production.
My favorite catalogs:
Fruit trees and vines
I've bought from Seed Savers' Exchange
before - I like the idea of obtaining varieties from people who grow their own. Might be worth looking into.
Yours? Any winter planning (or, down under, what's happening there?)? Planning on greener practices? Do you save seeds, propagate your own via cuttings or grafting, exchange with friends or family?