A great socially distanced activity, with a cup of your favorite hot beverage, is to go through the seed catalogs that are now appearing in mailboxes (oh, sure, you can access them online, too.) Ordering seeds now is an act of hope, no doubt, but it's also practical - this is the best way to get high quality seeds.
Community gardeners have a fetish for free seeds, but if you can purchase fresh seed, you can support some fine environmental work AND get what you want to try, not what somebody else has left over. Empowerment is something community gardening is all about.
Any votes for posting a list of seed companies? I'd start with Osbornes, Wild Garden Seed, and FEDCO (I know, weird name! But great co-op seed house.) Even as I write, I think of others - Seed Saver Exchange, of course, and Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, and Johnny's, and High Mowing. Pinetree for flowers.
Anyway, which do you like? And which varieties? I'm starting more things earlier this year, in January. Hey - we can put seeds (or gift cards) on our Xmas/seasonal wish lists - or give 'em, too.