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Oregon Sugar Pod II Pea Seeds

Oregon Sugar Pod II Pea (65 days) Developed by Dr. James Baggett, of Oregon State University T...

Oregon Sugar Pod II Pea (65 days) Developed by Dr. James Baggett, of Oregon State University This edible-pod snow pea is not only extra sweet, but an extremely heavy yielder. Pea pods are 4-5", thick and tasty. Vines 24"-34". Oregon Sugar Pod II Pea bears 10 days earlier than Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea. Resistant to both pea enation virus and powdery mildew. Scott Meyer at Organic Gardening.com says... "Researchers in Alabama, Oregon and Florida grew a bunch of different snowpea varieties ...

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Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli Seeds

Brassica oleracea Green Sprouting Broccoli Seed (60-90 days) This is the mainstay of our gardens....

Brassica oleracea Green Sprouting Broccoli Seed (60-90 days) This is the mainstay of our gardens. Our strain of Calabrese is VERY frost tolerant. As I type this four days after Christmas and nine days after a week long ice storm, WE STILL HAVE BROCCOLI. The hybrid broccoli froze solid. Start Green Sprouting broccoli early in the season and by early summer you will have tons of sweet broccoli. Harvest the central head then lay the plant over on its side for an explosion of side shoots that wil...

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Bulls Blood Beet Seeds

Bulls Blood Beet (30 days to leaf. 65 days to beet.) Bulls Blood is an heirloom beet from 1840 p...

Bulls Blood Beet (30 days to leaf. 65 days to beet.) Bulls Blood is an heirloom beet from 1840 primarily grown for its tender, sweet, deep red-burgundy foliage, but the beets are tasty when harvested at the 2 to 3-inch size. Bulls Blood glossy magenta leaves can reach 16 inches high, but we pick them earlier for an excellent spinach substitute. No oxalic acid taste at all. Bulls Blood is the beet for "beet greens". Bulls Blood is often grown as an ornamental, and its dark leaves contrast nic...

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Bright Lights Chard Seeds

Bright Lights Chard (56 days)   Want to light up your garden with a neon glow? Try Bright Lights...

Bright Lights Chard (56 days)   Want to light up your garden with a neon glow? Try Bright Lights Chard! Most folks grow this variety for the colors because they are amazing, but don't forget how tasty it is also! Bright Lights Chard produces copious amounts of 18"-22" leaves in a wide assortment of colors. Use the small leaves just like spinach! Stir fry the large leaves with garlic and chicken. Your dinner guest will be wowed by not only the colors, but the flavor. Remember to blanch the...

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Fordhook Giant Chard Seeds

Beta vulgaris Fordhook Giant Chard (50-60 days) Introduced in the 1750s A very popular heirloom...

Beta vulgaris Fordhook Giant Chard (50-60 days) Introduced in the 1750s A very popular heirloom chard has been around longer than granny. Fordhook giant chard is vigorous variety is noted for its dark green deeply savoyed leaves and thick white stems. Plants are tall at 22-27 inches and extremely wide. Abundant crops all season and even after the first frosts. Fordhook Giant has a nice mild flavor. Suitable for both the home garden or fresh market. Fordhook Giant Chard is an excellent pou...

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Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage Seeds

Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (63 days) One of the earliest accounts of Early Jersey Wakefie...

Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (63 days) One of the earliest accounts of Early Jersey Wakefield states that it was first grown in the U.S. by Francis Brill in Jersey City, N.J. It was obtained from England under the same name. This cabbage was first released publicly here by The Peter Henderson Seed Company in 1868. Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage forms a compact, somewhat conical head with glaucous-green leaves. Early Jersey Wakfield is a wonderful early heading variety, occupying littl...

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Japanese Buckwheat

Fagopyrum esculentum Japanese Buckwheat (49 days) 1 oz package Buckwheat is the perfect smot...

Fagopyrum esculentum Japanese Buckwheat (49 days) 1 oz package Buckwheat is the perfect smother crop, adding valuable green manure to your soil or harvesting for seed. We kind of do both. We thresh the grain for our chickens and add the stalks to the compost pile. This is THE crop for bee food. Honeybees just love buckwheat and it makes a highly sought after honey rarely found on the market anymore. You will notice that blossoms are more active in the morning when the plant produces more...

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Bunker Triticale

Bunker Triticale X titosecale Triticale is a cross between wheat and cereal rye. Bunker is winter...

Bunker Triticale X titosecale Triticale is a cross between wheat and cereal rye. Bunker is winter active, awnletted (reduced awn expression) variety used primarily as a green chop -whole plant forage, for hay, or for a very high yielding cover crop. Bunkers awnletted characteristic makes a more palatable hay than a fully awned (bearded) variety. When used and a cover crop, Bunker provides benefits similar to winter active varieties of cereal rye (i.e. AGS104 Rye and Merced Rye); high biomass ...

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Daikon Radish

Daikon (45 days) aka Japanese Minowase Daikon Radish Daikon is a root vegetable reported to hav...

Daikon (45 days) aka Japanese Minowase Daikon Radish Daikon is a root vegetable reported to have originated in the Mediterranean and brought to China for cultivation around 500 B.C. Roots are large, often 2 to 4 inches in diameter and 6 to 20 inches long. Very easy to grow. The flavor is mild compared to other radishes and looks more like a carrot. Daikon has high water content and is very low in calories. It is rich in vitamin C, potassium and folate and a good source of magnesium. The le...

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California Poppy Flower Seed

  Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel  California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) Packet contains ½...

  Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel  California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) Packet contains ½ gram Seeding Rate: 1 ounce will cover about 150 square feet.For larger areas figure planting 15 pounds per acre. Approximately 230,000 seeds per pound. Seeds are tiny, it is recommended you mix with sand to spread. Delicate, silky orange blossoms come to life as early as February and continue to bloom until October here in California. Drought tolerant, deer resistant and once planted, maintenance...

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Dill, Mammoth

Mammoth Dill Anethum graveolens   Seed Depth Soil Temp for Germination Days to Germination...

Mammoth Dill Anethum graveolens   Seed Depth Soil Temp for Germination Days to Germination 1/4" 60-70 7-14   Mammoth Dill, Plants grow between 4 to 6 feet depending on soil fertility. Dill plants like a nice loamy, sandy soil with good drainage. Dill seed heads can grow to 18 inches across giving over a cup of dill seed per head! Use the lush green foliage fresh or dried. We put away plenty of dill seed for pickling and for adding flavor to just about anything. You can dry d...

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Parsley, Giant Dark Green Italian

Petroselinum crispum Giant Dark Green Italian Parsley (72 days) We got this a few years ago with ...

Petroselinum crispum Giant Dark Green Italian Parsley (72 days) We got this a few years ago with the name on the package "Prezzemolo Gigante D Italia". Prezzemolo in Italy means "to turn up everywhere". If that means it is hardy then we agree! A parsley with a deep, rich and strong flavor that will add to just about any dish. We add parsley to all of our soups and sometimes to our salads. Our Italian friends use the seed to add to their homemade sausage. I can testify it is yummy! Sara's S...

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Echinacea purpurea

Purple Coneflower      Pkg contains 1 gram or approx. 230 seeds. Easily grown in average, medium,...

Purple Coneflower      Pkg contains 1 gram or approx. 230 seeds. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun. An adaptable plant that is tolerant of drought, heat, humidity and poor soil. Plants usually re-bloom without deadheading, however immediate removal of spent flowers improves general appearance. Sow the seed at about 1/4" in the early to mid-spring. Keep moist. Once the plants are up, thin to 1 foot spacing after the second set of leaves has formed. Purple Coneflo...

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Chioggia Beet Seeds

(55 days) Italian heirloom beet that got its start before 1840. Chioggia, pronounced "key-oh-jah"...

(55 days) Italian heirloom beet that got its start before 1840. Chioggia, pronounced "key-oh-jah" is a city of Northern Italy near Venice. The surrounding region is known as the Veneto and it's famed for its vegetable production.  Tops are green with pink-striped stems. Chioggia beet is fast growing and long-standing in the fall. Chioggia has a sweet flavor that will add to just about any dish. Chioggia beet is noted for its absence of bleeding.  Wow, your next dinner guests with the amazing ...

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Shasta Daisy Flower Seed

Shasta daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum)Approximately 450 seeds per pack or 500 mg packet Very easy ...

Shasta daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum)Approximately 450 seeds per pack or 500 mg packet Very easy to grow, they are a favorite for beginner flower gardeners and are stunning when planted in small groups. This perennial grows 2-3 feet tall. Daisies like rich, quick draining soil, ample water and full sunshine. However, they are hardy and will tolerate poor soil conditions and partial shade. To hep promote abundant blooms work some old animal manure or compost into the soil. Plant seeds directl...

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Babys Breath Flower Seed

Baby's Breath Gypsophilia Elegans 1 gram Approx. 800 seeds per pkg. White clouds of blooms floa...

Baby's Breath Gypsophilia Elegans 1 gram Approx. 800 seeds per pkg. White clouds of blooms float over 18" stems that are perfect for fresh cut or dried arrangements. Who needs a florist when you have this growing effortlessly in your garden? How to grow: Baby's breath likes well drained soil in a sunny area. You can start them indoors 6 weeks before the last frost or direct sow them in the garden once all danger of frost has passed. It takes about 10 days to two weeks before they start to ...

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Black Eyed Susan Flower Seed

Rudbeckia hirta Black Eyed Susan 500 mg packet, contains approximately 600 seeds, covering abo...

Rudbeckia hirta Black Eyed Susan 500 mg packet, contains approximately 600 seeds, covering about 500 sq ft Black Eyed Susan is a familiar roadside flower to many of us. It's sunshine colored flowers wave in the wind as we pass by at 60mph. Black Eyed Susan is a stiff, upright annual or perennial native to the eastern United States, but has become common throughout the U.S. The characteristic coco brown, domed center is surrounded by bright canary yellow ray florets. Black Eyed Susan thri...

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Mary Washington Asparagus

Asparagus officinalis Asparagus is a member of the lily family and is one of the first vegetable...

Asparagus officinalis Asparagus is a member of the lily family and is one of the first vegetables ready to harvest in the spring. It originated near the Mediterranean Sea and was considered a delicacy by the ancient Greeks. Mary Washington is a very strong growing and productive strain producing long, thick spears in May and June depending on your season. A rust resistant variety.  Fresh or suitable for freezing. Sow outdoors in mid spring in a rich, loose seed bed. It is recommend that yo...

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Cylindra Beet Seeds

Cylindra Beet Seed (60 days) This beet dates back to the 1880s. Also known as the "Formanova". D...

Cylindra Beet Seed (60 days) This beet dates back to the 1880s. Also known as the "Formanova". Dark red, cylindrical and about 6-9"s long. This is not your typical beet as it is much longer. Cylindra beet almost resembles the size and shape of an oversized carrot or let them grow a bit bigger like a sweet potato (in shape). This long root makes for easy slicing and peeling. Plant cylindra beet closer than you would normal beets because the grow longer than wider. Get more beets in a smalle...

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Detroit Dark Red Beet Seeds

( 56 days)  Detroit Dark Red beet is an old time heirloom favorite dating back to 1892. Gardeners...

( 56 days)  Detroit Dark Red beet is an old time heirloom favorite dating back to 1892. Gardeners today still contend this is their favorite variety for a dependable root harvest. Detroit Dark Red produced 3" round beets perfect for canning or table use. This beet has a truly sweet flavor with a fine grade texture that will surely please most palates. Detroit Dark Red tops are a great spinach substitute in salads, although we prefer other varieties for their tops. This beet is the star perfo...

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Early Wonder Beet Seeds

Early Wonder Beet (33 days for greens and 60 days for beets) Early Wonder came into being someti...

Early Wonder Beet (33 days for greens and 60 days for beets) Early Wonder came into being sometime around 1911. This is truly one of the best beet varieties for greens. Whereas the other great variety for greens has magenta leaves these are emerald green. Early wonder tops are fast growing, sweet, flavorful and grow upwards of 18". Early Wonder beets have three inch roots, are smooth, half-flat, bright red and grow to about 3" in diameter. Early Wonder seems to do a bit better in Southern ...

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Burpee Golden Beet Seeds

Burpee Golden Beet (58 days) Burpee Golden beet made its debut in 1970. If you are annoyed when t...

Burpee Golden Beet (58 days) Burpee Golden beet made its debut in 1970. If you are annoyed when those pesky red beets "bleeding" all over your counters, then this is the beet for you. Want to wow your dinner guests? Slice them straight out of the garden when they are almost golden-orange and toss them in a salad like we do. They don't seem to have the earthy taste some beets can have raw. So they are just yummy and healthy raw! Cook them and they turn buttercup yellow. Golden beets retain a s...

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Red Mammoth Mangel Beet Seeds

Red Mammoth Fodder Beet (100 days) Fodder beets have been around since the 1400s if not earlier...

Red Mammoth Fodder Beet (100 days) Fodder beets have been around since the 1400s if not earlier. These beets were prized as nutritious animal feed that was easy to store. Fodder beets are hardy, adaptable and palatable. They are ideal for planting in late summer for use as a winter and spring crop. Red Mammoth Mangel Beets produce an incredible mass of edible beet leaves and a large root up to 20 pounds or more in size! These beets prefer deeply tilled, free draining, sandy soil to achieve ...

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Ruby Queen Beet Seeds

Ruby Queen Beet Seeds (55 days) Ruby Queen beet's round red roots have a smooth buttery texture...

Ruby Queen Beet Seeds (55 days) Ruby Queen beet's round red roots have a smooth buttery texture that pleases the tongue. You will surely be satisfied with this early producing beet. Ruby Queen beet performs well in poor soil and holds its shape well in crowded situations. Ruby Queens can obtain a larger size than most beets and not get that woody texture or dirt/soapy taste. Ruby Queen is one of our favorites on the farm here. We plant a small crop once a month till it gets too hot. That wa...

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Waltham 29 Broccoli

 (74 days)  Bred by the University of Massachusetts, Waltham Field Station, Waltham, MA around 19...

 (74 days)  Bred by the University of Massachusetts, Waltham Field Station, Waltham, MA around 1950.Waltham 29 broccoli produces uniform high yields, good color, cold resistance, dwarf compact plant, and big side shoots. Popular at Farmers Markets.Main heads are 4-8" with steady side shoot production after main head is harvested. Good cultivar for freezing. Does extremely well on the East Coast and Pacific Northwest of the United States. Commercial grown broccoli, the stuff you buy at the sto...

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Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout

Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout Seeds (85-115 days) Originating around the 1890s Long Islan...

Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout Seeds (85-115 days) Originating around the 1890s Long Island Improved is still the most popular variety even though it is sometimes mistaken for the "Catskill" strain developed by Arthur White of Arkport, NY in 1941. Long Island Improved is a much older variety even though the two are similar. Semi-dwarf plants are 20-24" high, with excellent yields of 1-2" flavorful brussel sprouts. This is a good variety to freeze.

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Brunswick Cabbage Seeds

Brunswick Cabbage Seeds ( 70 days) Introduced 1924 Large drumhead type cabbage. This cold hardy...

Brunswick Cabbage Seeds ( 70 days) Introduced 1924 Large drumhead type cabbage. This cold hardy cabbage is perfect for fall/winter growing. Originating in Germany this cabbage makes an excellent sauerkraut that has been used for many generations. Fun Fact: Drumhead refers to the wide, flattened heads. Excellent keeper. Commercially grown cabbage, the stuff you buy at the store, contains pesticides such as malathion, Diazinon, Imidacloprid and Methoxyfenozide to name a few. Here is a ...

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Charleston Wakefield Cabbage Seeds

Charleston Wakefield Cabbage (70-85 days) The result of a selection from Early Jersey Wakefield ...

Charleston Wakefield Cabbage (70-85 days) The result of a selection from Early Jersey Wakefield made on Long Island. Sold to the F. W. Bolgiano Seed Co. in 1880. Charleston Wakefield produces a larger head than other Wakefield Cabbages, with each head weighing about 4 to 6 pounds. Charleston Wakefield has a short season at only 70 days! This cabbage stores well and over-winters for those in the South. Over-winters better than Copenhagen Market.

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Copenhagen Market Cabbage Seeds

Copenhagen Market (65-75days) Copenhagen Market was produced by Hjalmar Hartman & Co., of Co...

Copenhagen Market (65-75days) Copenhagen Market was produced by Hjalmar Hartman & Co., of Copenhagen, Denmark and introduced in the U.S. in 1909. A chance seedling believed to be from the old German variety Ditmarscher. Burpee released it publicly in 1911. An early ball-head type heirloom cabbage, Copenhagen Market is an excellent cabbage that has been a favorite of gardeners, market growers and cabbage fans all over the world. Copenhagen Market has literally set the standard as the mod...

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Late Flat Dutch Cabbage Seeds

Brassica oleracea (90-104 days)  Introduced here in the US around the 1860s. Late Flat Dutch is b...

Brassica oleracea (90-104 days)  Introduced here in the US around the 1860s. Late Flat Dutch is big cabbage, it is a good keeper and the standard late season variety.  Heads form up to 12 inches and weigh as on an average around 12 pounds, but can get as big as the 38lb monster you see in the pictures. This cabbage filled up a contractor size wheelbarrow and it wasn't the only one in the field that size!  Highly recommended for the coastal foggy areas of the Pacific Northwest. The monster in ...

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Red Acre Cabbage Seeds

Red Acre Cabbage (75 days) The Red Acre Cabbage is a supreme variety of cabbage and simply the b...

Red Acre Cabbage (75 days) The Red Acre Cabbage is a supreme variety of cabbage and simply the best early OP Red Cabbage variety available. Red Acre is a tasty cabbage variety produces shocking reddish-purple, globe shaped, heads that can add real color and beauty to your vegetable garden. Liven up any salad with Red Acre's spectacular color. Each cabbage head reaches up 6 to 7 inches in diameter and typically weigh approximately 3 pounds. This yummalicious cabbage variety is especially suit...

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Red Cored Chantenay Carrot Seed

Chantenay Red Cored Carrot (70 days) A Golden orange carrot that is 5"-7" long and 2" in diameter...

Chantenay Red Cored Carrot (70 days) A Golden orange carrot that is 5"-7" long and 2" in diameter. Chantenay red cored is known for its ability to handle relatively heavy soils and still produce. Resist splitting and forking. Reliable. Chantenay red cored makes a good storage carrot. 1932 Dupoy & Ferguson Seed Company says ... "The tops are shorter and the foliage finer cut than regular Chantenay. However the tops are not brittle and are strong enough to bunch easily. The roots are refin...

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Cosmic Purple Carrot Seed

(58 days) Introduced in 2005.  7-8" of purple carrot power!  Purple on the outside and bright ora...

(58 days) Introduced in 2005.  7-8" of purple carrot power!  Purple on the outside and bright orange on the inside these carrots are a real show stopper. Have trouble getting the kids to eat carrots? Cosmic Purple to the rescue!  This is a sweet carrot that is tasty and coreless. Market growers that sell cosmic purple carrot normally sell out within hours of opening.  14" tops are great for the chickens, rabbits, goats or whatever you got around the farm.

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Imperator 58 Carrot Seed

Imperator 58 (68 days) A Danvers type carrot that has been a standard for many years. Imperator...

Imperator 58 (68 days) A Danvers type carrot that has been a standard for many years. Imperator 58 is 9" long and 1 1/2 wide of sweet and tender carrot. Smooth, large, fine-grained, long, tapered roots; standard long, thin type carrot. Imperator 58 carrot performs best in loose, friable soils. Imperator 58 is very fine storage carrot.

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Little Fingers Carrot Seed

Little Fingers Carrot Seed (65 days) Little Fingers baby gourmet carrot has tiny tender 3- 5" ro...

Little Fingers Carrot Seed (65 days) Little Fingers baby gourmet carrot has tiny tender 3- 5" roots; 1/2 inch thick; golden orange, sweet and crisp. A perfect Nantes type carrot for munching or salads. Little Fingers carrot slices easily and is also perfect whole in stir fries. Little Fingers is a wonderful carrot and is so small it will even work in large pots out on the patio. A perfect carrot for those with small spaces. Eat Little Fingers carrot whole right out of the garden. Kids love ...

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Scarlet Nantes Carrot Seeds

Scarlet Nantes Carrot (68 days) Scarlet Nantes is a carrot with bright orange, slightly tapered,...

Scarlet Nantes Carrot (68 days) Scarlet Nantes is a carrot with bright orange, slightly tapered, 6 inch roots; crisp, tender and flavorful; standard for high quality carrots. 1927 Henry Fields Seed Company Catalog says about Scarlet Nantes Carrot Seeds... "The roots are bright orange, 5 to 6 inches long and very uniform. They have very small core and are exceptionally tender and sweet. The roots are rather slender, of even diameter and of early maturity. Very desirable for market, especiall...

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Tendersweet Carrot Seed

(75 days)   Tendersweet has long, 9-10" tapered roots; rich orange color; sweet, and coreless.  T...

(75 days)   Tendersweet has long, 9-10" tapered roots; rich orange color; sweet, and coreless.  This heirloom carrot is a reliable producer that has been pleasing folks for generations.  Try Tendersweet carrot seed in your Victory Garden! 1935 Isbell's Seed Company. catalog says about tendersweet carrot seeds... "Very sweet and nearly coreless, of good shape; cylindrical, very smooth and about 6 inches long. Of deep orange-red color; crisp, tender and of very fine flavor. Tendersweet carrot i...

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Utah 52-70 Tall Improved Celery Seeds

Utah 52-70 Tall Improved (120 days) Introduced by Ferry-Morse Seed Company in 1953 I...

Utah 52-70 Tall Improved (120 days) Introduced by Ferry-Morse Seed Company in 1953 Imagine tall, tasty, crunchy organic celery grown in your own backyard. You know it has got to taste better than anything that came from the store. Utah 52-70 is an improved celery that grows taller, with longer ribs, deeper green color and sweeter than the original Utah. This variety does not need blanching. Disease Resistant for Brown Check, Western Celery Mosaic and Fusarium Race I...

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Lemon Cucumber Seeds

Lemon Cucumber (65 days) The Lemon Cucumber was introduced in 1894 Yummy little striped round ...

Lemon Cucumber (65 days) The Lemon Cucumber was introduced in 1894 Yummy little striped round balls of sunshine goodness! I love Lemon cucumbers because they are almost sweet and have none of the unpleasant belching afterward. I even eat them straight out of the garden. Lemon cucumbers are crunchy, non bitter skin and about the size of a tennis ball. Although I prefer them a bit smaller. Lemon cucumbers are quite prolific and at least here in our gardens don't seem to be bothered by much. ...

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Marketmore 76 Cucumber Seeds

Marketmore 76 Cucumber Seeds (63 days) Marketmore 76 cucumber seeds were introduced by Dr. Hen...

Marketmore 76 Cucumber Seeds (63 days) Marketmore 76 cucumber seeds were introduced by Dr. Henry Munger at Cornell University and released in 1976. Dr. Munger just passed (8/2010). He will be sorely missed, but many of his creations will live on feeding the world. Marketmore 76 is a good yielding mid season slicing cucumber for the home gardener. 8-9" very dark green when mature. Nice flavor, smooth, straight and perfect for salads. Marketmore 76 vines bear over a longer period than most....

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Straight Eight Cucumber Seeds

Straight Eight Cucumber Seeds (63 days) Straight Eight Cucumber was introduced by Ferry Morse i...

Straight Eight Cucumber Seeds (63 days) Straight Eight Cucumber was introduced by Ferry Morse in 1935 Straight 8's are extremely dependable at producing a crop. Bad luck with other cucumbers last season, then this is the one to try this year. Eight inches of perfect straight cucumber slicing excellence! You'll be giving them away to the neighbors there are so many! 1937 MacFayden Seed Co. catalog says Straight Eight Cucumber seeds... "A real forward step in Cucumbers. Received the Gold Me...

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National Pickling Cucumber Seeds

National Pickling Cucumber (52 days) National Pickling is a highly developed pickling strain t...

National Pickling Cucumber (52 days) National Pickling is a highly developed pickling strain that bears heavy over a long season. Crispy, dark green, symmetrical, thin skinned, square-ended and perfect for pickles. Considered such pickle perfection is endorsed by National Pickle Packers Assn. Disease Tolerance: Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Scab  

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Arugula, Roquette

Arugula "Roquette" (25-45 days) Approx. 100 seeds per pkg. The entire plant may be harvested, o...

Arugula "Roquette" (25-45 days) Approx. 100 seeds per pkg. The entire plant may be harvested, or individual leaves may be cut from the plant. Leaves give a sharp, spicy, pungent, peppery taste, similar to horseradish, in mixed salads, complementing both bland butterhead lettuce and bitter chicories. Best used raw in salads and in tomato dishes when the serrated leaves are only two to three inches long. It can be steamed, cooked as a potherb, or pureed and added to soups. Harvested leaves ca...

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Basil, Genovese

Basil, Genovese (36 days) Vigorous, tall growing, large leaved basil that is a must in any pesto...

Basil, Genovese (36 days) Vigorous, tall growing, large leaved basil that is a must in any pesto. Can grow up to 2' tall with leaves 1-2" wide. During the summer when we have a surplus of basil we will make our pesto, freeze it in ice cube trays and then remove them to store in a freezer container. This is a perfect way to get pesto even during the dreariest days of winter. Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for their regio...

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Basil, Italian Large Leaf

Basil, Italian Large Leaf (47 days) Large leaf is a Genovese-type basil that grows 18 to 24 inch...

Basil, Italian Large Leaf (47 days) Large leaf is a Genovese-type basil that grows 18 to 24 inches high and 2' wide. Giant shiny green leaves full of heady aroma that just make your mouth water. This is a favorite of many gardeners because when cooking you need only a few leaves to add that distinctively yummy flavor to your dish. For the same reason, it makes loads of basil pesto with just a few plants. Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety tha...

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Premier Kale Seed

Premier Kale Seed (60 days) Also known as Early Hanover. An early variety of kale that produce...

Premier Kale Seed (60 days) Also known as Early Hanover. An early variety of kale that produces copious amounts of tasty green leaves. Smooth leaves with scalloped edges. Plant in the fall to over-winter Premier keeping the plant compact. This will result in a higher spring production and resist bolting 3-4 weeks longer. Extremely high in antioxidants and beta carotene. Kale is a real super-food! This variety is no exception and it is very flavorful. TIP Kale is much tastier (to me) a...

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Red Russian Kale Seed

(50 days) Harvest earlier in the form of baby greens!  Also known as "Buda Kale" or "Ragged Jack"...

(50 days) Harvest earlier in the form of baby greens!  Also known as "Buda Kale" or "Ragged Jack", this kale was first introduced to Canada by Russian fur traders.    Deep gray-green leaves are held up by red stems, but turn deep purple/red in cold weather. Red Russian kale is a bit more tender and flavorful then other kales. Cold tolerant and even tastier after the first freeze. The cold will also deepen the color. Grows 20-28" tall. Use it as an edible border it is so pretty! Kale Facts: ...

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Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce

Lactuca Sativa Black Seeded Simpson (45 days) An old reliable lettuce that is heat resistant, slo...

Lactuca Sativa Black Seeded Simpson (45 days) An old reliable lettuce that is heat resistant, slow to bolt and very dependable. Leaves are large, but lightly crispy and ruffled. Excellent for spring, early summer and fall planting. I remember my grandmother growing this variety. She was a practical German woman, so it was one of her favorite for its consistent yields...when the rabbits didn't find it! 1885 James J.H. Seed Co. says.."An improvement on the Simpson, being finer in many respects...

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Red Romaine Lettuce

Red Romaine Lettuce Seed (40 days) Red Romaine Lettuce has long crunchy spoon shaped leaves that...

Red Romaine Lettuce Seed (40 days) Red Romaine Lettuce has long crunchy spoon shaped leaves that start green and fade to profuse purple/red. Leaves are12" tall and the plant is about 10-12" wide. This lettuce is often used in Caesar salads for its crunch and color. Use red romaine lettuce for incredible edible purple borders in your flower beds. This is a great seller at farmers' markets for its color and holds up well under transport. TIP: Remember if you are growing lettuce in the heat,...

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Green Flesh Honeydew Melon Seeds

Green Flesh Melon (105 days) Dating back to the late 1800’s this honeydew melon is the standard...

Green Flesh Melon (105 days) Dating back to the late 1800’s this honeydew melon is the standard by which all others are judged. About 3-4 pounds, these juicy organic melons are extremely sweet and have a wonderful green tinged rind when cut open.  

$2.61 $351.75

Clemson Spineless 80 Okra Seeds

Clemson Spineless Okra (58 days) 2 gram heirloom okra seed package contains 30-36 seeds Develope...

Clemson Spineless Okra (58 days) 2 gram heirloom okra seed package contains 30-36 seeds Developed by Clemson University Clemson Spineless 80 has longer pods, a more open form, and LESS prickly spines. Produces earlier than many okra varieties and can have some real heavy yields. Pods are tastiest around 3". Pick your okra daily. Never let the pods grow out past 3" or they will become tough. Even worse the plant will quit producing more yummy okra! Then whatcha going to do when it is time fo...

$3.14 $157.50

Emerald Okra Seed

Emerald Okra (56 days) Introduced by Campbell's Soup in 1950 If I remember correctly this was a...

Emerald Okra (56 days) Introduced by Campbell's Soup in 1950 If I remember correctly this was a Cajun cook's dream. My granny hailed from the great state of Louisiana and many a time I remember smelling fried okra wafting from the kitchen during a fish fry. You can easily fill a gumbo pot with the abundant pods from Emerald okra. This okra is an early variety that you CAN actually let grow out past 3" to about 8". At this size it will still be tender enough for gumbos or soups. I'm not sure...

$2.61 $31.49