Of course with getting ready for gardening and land re-design, one needs seeds to do it.
It would be fair to say that I have all the seeds I could possible need at this point from previous years of growing or previous purchases. It would be fair. But I think it is a form of (helpful) mental instability that almost every gardener I know always buy more seeds anyway.
Part of it is to try different or new plants we have not grown in the past
Part of it, I suspect, is also the fact that we like looking through seed catalogs and then ordering. It combines garden therapy and retail therapy into a nice package - and hopefully, with crops at the end.
As longer term readers may recall, last year my previous long term seed supplier made a decision to be political about an issue they had no need to be political about. I tend to be a lazy shopper, and the only thing that will encourage me to change vendors is either 1) Bad product and unsatisfactory service; or 2) Choosing sides on things you have not need to and so disrespecting your customer base. Thankfully, I was able to find the good folks at Baker Creek Seeds: