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Baby Boo (treated) Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$2.59

95 days to harvest. A precious miniature white pumpkin that everyone loves. The fruit average 2 to 3 inches in diameter by about 2 inches high and have a white flesh that is edible. Also used for decorations. You will love the novelty of this cute little guy. For best color harvest before full maturity as the color will turn a pale yellow when fully ripe. Package contains 10 Baby Boo (treated) Pumpkin Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1" deep in hills 3-4' apart with 4' between rows.

Snowball Cauliflower Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

65 days to harvest. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 250 Snowball Cauliflower Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 55 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep with 18 inches between plants and 30 to 36 inches between rows. Snowball Cauliflower produces white heads that are protected by large leaves (usually no need for tying). This plant is known for heavy yields and a dependable crop, even with shorter growing seasons. Heads are smooth and grow to be 5-6 inches.

Pepper, Hot Anaheim Chili - Heirloom

$0.99

80 days to harvest. Milder than some, these meaty chilies are 6 to 8 inches long on 28 to 34 inch plants. Peppers are well protected by foliage throughout their growth. Open pollinated favorite pepper for chile rellenos and for roasting. Unparalleled taste. Scoville Heat Index: 2 of 10 (10 being the hottest). Package contains 1 gram, approximately 140 Pepper, Hot Anaheim Chili Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 10 to 20 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 18 inches apart with 24 inches between rows.

Dwarf Fernleaf Dill - Heirloom

$2.99

Annual AAS Winner! 68 days Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 200 Dill Dwarf Fernleaf Herb Seeds. Germination: 7-14 days at 68 degrees F. Plant 1/2" deep in well-prepared soil. Dwarf fernleaf dill is a slow-bolt variety that is often grown for its leaves, which are popularly used in cooking. The leaves of this plant have even been used for medicinal purposes, and in the past the plant was believed to have many healing properties.

Copenhagen Market Cabbage Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

70 days. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 750 Copenhagen Market Cabbage Seeds Germination 6 to 10 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep with 12 to 18 inches between plants and 24 and 36 inches between rows. This high-yielding, early cabbage produces 7-inch heads that are tight and suitable for smaller garden spaces. Copenhagen Market Cabbages keep well and are very tender and full of flavor.

Mammoth Melting Sugar Snow Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

68 days. Package contains 30 grams, approximately 100 Mammoth Melting Sugar Snow Pea Seeds Germination: 7-15 days at 40-85F. Plant 1/2-3/4" deep, 1-2" apart, with 14-28" between rows. Mammoth Melting Sugar Snow peas produce big yields of large, edible pea pods. The vines can grow over 4 1/2’ tall, so support is important for this variety. The pods will get to be around 5” and are deliciously sweet and very large. They are great for stir-fry.

Pepper, Sweet Banana - Heirloom

$1.99

65 days. AAS Winner!  Sweet and tasty pointed yellow fruit about 7 inches long and 2 inches wide.. Thick walled fruit turn from light yellow to bright red when they mature. Amazing yields. Fruits get sweeter as they ripen. Popular for salads, frying, and pickling. A great way to boost your Vitamin C intake! Package contains 1 gram, approximately 140 Pepper, Sweet Banana Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 10 to 20 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 18 inches apart with 24 inches between rows. 

Bull's Blood Beet Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

Tops 35 days, roots 55 days to harvest. Heirloom variety Package contains 5 grams, approximately 300 Bull's Blood Beet Seeds Germination: 7 to 10 days at 40 to 85F. Plant seeds 1/2-3/4" deep with 1 to 2" between plants and 14 to 28" between rows. Bull's Blood Beets have beautiful dark red roots and tops. The roots are sweet and delicious, and the gorgeous tops are perfect for adding to salads. When sliced, the roots have a candy-stripe appearance. Learn more about Bull's Blood Beets on this blog post!

Mammoth Long Island Dill - Heirloom

$2.99

Annual. 70 days to harvest. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 2,600 Dill, Mammoth Long Island Herb Seeds. Germination: 12-18 days at 70 F. Cover seeds with a 1/2" of soil and keep moderately moist. Matures more quickly than other varieties. Mammoth Long Island Dill is known to be the best type of dill for pickling. This plant is quick to mature and can be harvested for its seeds and leaves.

Wisconsin SMR 58 Pickling Cucumber Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

65 Days to harvest. Black spined, blocky, slightly tapered fruits. Very productive. Resistant to Cucumber Mosaic virus and Scab disease. Best for making dill pickles. Very crisp and sweet. Do not allow them to get too large. Fruits are straight and uniform. A second planting in early summer is recommended for a fall harvest. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 110 Wisconsin SMR 58 Pickling Cucumber Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 6 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart with 48 inches between rows.

Pinto Shell Bean Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

95 days to harvest. Bush bean. Package contains 2 ounces, approximately 150 Pinto Shell Bean Seeds. Germination: 7-10 days. Plant 1 - 1 1/2" deep, 4" apart, with 24-30" between rows. Pinto Shell Beans are best known for their use in refried beans. When dry, these beans are tan with brown speckles, but when they are cooked they will look uniformly brown. These popular beans can also be eaten as young pods (green beans).

Golden Top Notch Wax Bean Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

50 - 55 days to harvest. Bush bean. Package contains 40 grams, approximately 125 Golden Top Notch Wax Bean Seeds. Germination: 5 to 8 days at 70 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 to 1 1/2 inches deep with 3 inches between plants and 18 to 24 inches between rows. These stringless, straight wax beans are somewhat flat and golden yellow in appearance. Golden Top Notch Wax Bean plants are very productive, compact, and grow to 18 inches tall. These beans are great for canning or freezing. The creamy white seeds have a brown eye and taste delicious as dry...

Basil, Dwarf Greek - Heirloom

$2.69

Package contains 1 gram, approximately 600-650 Basil, Dwarf Greek Herb Seeds. Germination: 70 degrees for 12-18 days. Plant seeds 1/4" deep in well-prepared soil This type of basil is compact in size, usually only growing about 6 inches high. It has smaller leaves than a typical basil plant as well. Dwarf Greek basil works well for container growing due to its small size.

Lumina Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$3.99

95 days. A medium-sized, 10 to 15 pound, ghostly white pumpkin with thick orange flesh, excellent for cooking. Fun and different for carving or painting. Stores well. Fertilize regularly. Thin fruits if you want larger pumpkins. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 6-7 Lumina Pumpkin Seeds.  NOTE: Seeds may be TREATED. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart, with 4 feet between rows.

Oregon Spring Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

58 days Determinate Package contains 25 Oregon Spring Tomato Seeds Germination: 8-14 days at 50-75F Plant 1/2" deep, 24" apart, with 36-48" between rows This early tomato produces large yields of mostly-seedless, firm, 5-6 ounce fruits. Oregon Spring tomatoes are meaty and have excellent sweet flavor and are ideal for sauces. This variety performs well in cool weather and is a good choice for shorter growing seasons.

Champion Radish Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

25 days to harvest. AAS Winner. Deep scarlet, globe-shaped root is very firm and stands well without becoming pithy. Extra large, crunchy and very tasty. Mild-flavored white flesh. Good Shipper. For mildest flavor, grow in the cool weather of spring or fall. Package contains 8 grams, approximately 700 Champion Radish Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 4 to 6 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 1 inch apart with 12 inches between rows.

Connecticut Field Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

110 days. Large, 18 lb. deep orange pumpkins with thick flesh and flattened bottoms. A favorite for pies and Jack-O-Lanterns. Fruit is medium orange in color, about 10 inches high and 12 inches in diameter. Rind is smooth with shallow ribs. Flesh is sweet, thick and course. Package contains 8 grams, approximately 60 Connecticut Field Pumpkin Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart with 4 feet between rows.

Creeping Thyme - Heirloom

$2.49

Perennial. This super-vigorous, lemon-scented, brightly-flowered variety spreads 18 inches in no time in the sunny garden, giving you months of deep pink blooms and heavenly fragrance. 3-5 inches tall, creeping thyme is covered in 1/4 inch bells of carmine-pink for months on end. The foliage is attractive dark green and slightly hairy. Plant in rock gardens, walls, bare spots in sunny beds and borders. Mix seed with fine sand to sow. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 2,200 Creeping Thyme Seeds. Planting Instructions: Germination: 14-21 days at 70 F. Direct sow onto surface of soil, pressing seeds lightly into the surface....

Green Arrow Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

70 days. Also in our Preparedness Seed Bank Package contains 2 ounces, approximately 250 Green Arrow Pea Seeds Resistant to Fusarium Wilt and Downy Mildex Germination: 6 to 12 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 2 inches apart with 24 to 36 inches between rows. Green Arrow Peas produce slim, long pods that grow to be 4 ½ inches, containing about 10 peas each. These peas are perfect for freezing, and have great taste and nutritional value. This pea does well in cool weather.

Summer Squash, Early Prolific Straight Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

52 days. AAS Winner. Uniform, lemon-yellow, slightly rough, club-shaped fruits are generously produced on vigorous, semi-open plants. Harvest when 4 to 7 inches long when fruits are most tender and succulent. Package contains 7 grams, approximately 80 Early Prolific Straight Summer Squash Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 12 inches apart with 3 feet between rows.

Imperator Carrot Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

75 days AAS Winner Package contains 5 grams, approximately 3375 Imperator Carrot Seeds. Germination: 12 to 18 days at 55 - 70F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep with 2 inches between plants and 18 inches between rows. Imperator carrots are slender and about 8-9" long. These tender, sweet carrots are very popular due to their great flavor, fine-grained flesh, and beautiful deep-orange color. Imperator does well in light soils. Learn more about Imperator Carrots in this blog post!

Chives, Garlic - Heirloom

$1.99

Perennial. 85 days to harvest. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 1,785 Garlic Chive Herb Seeds. Germination: 12-20 days at 60-70 F. Cover Seeds with 1/2" of soil. Requires darkness and constant moisture during germination period. Garlic chives are a hardy, grass-like plant with a garlicky taste. Garlic chives will sport large, white blooms starting in late summer. These chives are used often in Asian cuisine, and are also known as Chinese chives or Chinese leeks.

Scorzonera Black Root Salsify Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

Package contains 1 gram, approximately 350 Scorzonera Black Root Salsify Seeds 100 - 130 days to harvest; can be grown as a perennial in zones 6 to 9. Sometimes known as the Black Oyster Plant, Scorzonera Black Root Salsify is a 17th century heirloom variety. It can be used in place of the more traditional parsnips or carrots in recipes that require root vegetables. Germination: These are slow to germinate and it may take as long as 2 to 4 weeks.  Plant 3-4 seeds 1/2” deep and 4 - 6” apart in soil that is tilled down at least 12" and...

Summer Squash, Early White Bush Scallop Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

54 days. Pale green, rather flat fruits are scalloped, 7 inches across and 3 inches deep. These change color to a creamy white when mature. Very popular in the southeastern states. Fine textured meat on a bush-type plant. Package contains 4 grams, approximately 45 Early White Bush Scallop Summer Squash Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 12 inches apart with 3 feet in between plants.

Ashley Cucumber Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

65 days. Vine cucumber Package contains 3 grams, approximately 90 Ashley Cucumber Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart with 48 inches between rows. Ashley Cucumber plants do well in hot, humid weather and are resistant to downy mildew. Vines are very productive and dark-green fruits grow up to 8 inches long. Ashley cucumbers are terrific for slicing.

Large American Flag Leek Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

130 days. Mild, sweet, onion-like flavor. Very hardy, and will overwinter in milder climates. The 7-9 inch stems blanch snowy white and are topped with blue-green leaves resemble giant scallions. Superior quality and flavor. Great for soups, salads, and stews. Package contains 1.5 grams, approximately 560 Large American Flag Leek Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 12 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep 4 inches apart with 24 inches between rows.

Henderson Bush Lima Bean Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

67 days to harvest.  Bush growth habit. Package contains 20 grams, approximately 50 Henderson Bush Lima Bean Seeds. Germination: 5 to 8 days at 70 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 to 1 1/2 inches deep with 4-8 inches between plants and 18 to 24 inches between rows. Henderson Bush Lima Bean plants are tall and bushy and are very productive, all the way up to the first frost. The pods this plant produces are plump and contain 3 or 4 smooth, buttery lima beans in each. Freeze, can, or dry these beans for later use.

Harris Model Parsnip Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

Package contains 3 grams, approximately 850 Harris Model Parsnip Seeds. 130 days to harvest. AAS Winner!  Smooth, whitish, 12 inch roots are tender and sweet.  Harris Model Parsnips have a sweet, nut like flavor.  Can be boiled, fried and sauteed in butter.  This variety is free of side roots and can be left in the ground all winter for spring use.  Freezing improves the flavor. Planting Instructions Germination: 15 to 25 days at 55 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep 3 to 4 inches apart, with 18 inches between rows.

Summer Squash, Zucchini Golden Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

55 days to harvest. Bush plants with bright-golden cylindrical fruits that are medium long, slender and have excellent flavor. Package contains 5 grams, approximately 45 Summer Squash, Zucchini Golden Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 12 inches apart with 3 feet between rows.

Bright Lights Swiss Chard Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

55 days. AAS Winner 1998 Package contains 1.5 grams, approximately 50 Swiss Chard, Bright Lights Seeds. Germination: 9 to 12 days at 55 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep, 6 inches apart with 18 inches between rows. Bright Lights Swiss Chard grows multi-colored stalks and is a stunning and bold addition to your garden. Bright Lights has a milder taste than other types of chard.  Swiss Chard is a nutritious, green, leafy vegetable that can be easily added to all kinds of recipes. While the chard leaves are green, the stems of the plant can be different colors...

Provider Bush Bean Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

48-54 days to harvest. Bush growth habit. Packages contains 2 ounces, approximately 150 Provider Bush Bean Seeds. Germination 5-8 days at 70 to 85 F. Plant seed 1 to 1 1/2 inches deep with 3 inches between plants and 18 to 24 inches between rows. Provider Bush Beans are a great choice for early planting, since they can withstand cooler soil. This easy-to-grow variety is compact and the beans can be eaten dry or as green beans. Provider Bush Beans are widely adapted and handle adverse weather well. Good for storing and very flavorful.

Large Red Cherry Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days Indeterminate Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 175 Large Red Cherry Tomato Seeds. Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep with 24 inches between plants and 3 feet between rows. These wonderful cherry tomatoes are perfect for eating right from the garden. Large Red Cherry Tomatoes are also excellent in salads. The round fruits grow in clusters of about 5 tomatoes and are produced heavily over an extended season.

Red Russian Kale Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

50 days to harvest. Dark green oak leaf cut leaves with frilly leaf margins, may be richer in vitamins and minerals than other greens, Red and purple hues, especially in the veins, will intensify after fall frosts. Tender and sweet leaves changing to rich dark green when cooked. Vigorous 18-36 inch plants. Hardy to -10 F. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 600 Red Russian Kale Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 5 to 10 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/2 of an inch deep, 12 inches apart with 24 inches between rows.

Red Burgundy Onion Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

170 days to harvest Package contains 2 grams, approximately 550 Red Burgundy Onion Seeds. 3 to 4 inch globe with dark red skin. Soft white flesh with red rings is very mild and sweet. Short-day type. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 12 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 2 inches apart with 18 inches between rows.

Pepper, Hot Serrano Tampiqueno - Heirloom

$2.49

80 days. A very distinctive flavored hot pepper. This serrano is not for the faint of taste but is one of the most popular along the Mexico border.. The plant grows 30 to 36 inches tall and bears thin-walled, 2 inch long by 1/2 inch wide, slender fruits that turn red when reaching maturity. Prolific and everbearing. Scoville units: 15,000 - 30,000. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 140 Hot Serrano Tampiqueno Pepper Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 14-21 days at 60-85F. Plant 1/4" deep, 18" apart, with 24-30" between rows.

Winter Squash, Sweet Meat Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

100 days to harvest. Vigorous, heavy yielding vines. Large flattened globe with hard, gray-green rind. Deep yellow flesh is orange, dry and fiber-less. Delicious sweet flavor that improves in storage makes this a local favorite. Package contains 5 grams, approximately 20 Winter Squash, Sweet Meat Squash Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart with 3 feet between rows.

Pepper, Sweet Horizon - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days. Produces 4 inch thick walled peppers that ripen from green to bright orange. Colorful sweet peppers are much in demand especially in the upscale fresh market. Package contains 25 Sweet Horizon Pepper Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 10 to 20 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 18 inches apart with 24 inches between rows. 

Pepper, Sweet Yolo Wonder - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days to harvest. Large 4 1/2 by 4 inch, 3 to 4 lobed, glossy peppers on large, sturdy plants. Good foliage cover. An improved Heirloom California Wonder. Peppers turn from dark green to bright red when mature. Flavor sweetens at full maturity. Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 70 Sweet Yolo Wonder Pepper Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 10 to 20 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 18 inches apart with 24 inches between rows.

Little Finger Carrot Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

55 days to harvest. Heirloom. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 3,000 Little Finger Carrot Seeds. Germination: 10-18 days. Plant 1/4-1/2" deep, 2" apart, with 14-18" between rows. Little Finger Carrots are an early, baby-variety carrot that grow about 3-4" long. It is ideal for smaller spaces, such as containers. These carrots are juicy and smooth with a beautiful orange color. Little Finger Carrots are the perfect size for snacking and are easy to slice for salads. You can plant these carrots densely.

Imperial 45 Cantaloupe Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

83 days to harvest. AAS Winner Package contains 3 grams, approximately 100 Imperial 45 Cantaloupe Seeds. Germination: 4 to 8 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1inch deep with 24 to 28 inches between plants and 4 to 6 feet between rows. Imperial 45 Cantaloupe plants like humid, hot weather conditions and prefer sandy loam soil. The melons are very sweet with juicy, orange flesh. The Imperial 45 Cantaloupe plant is a heavy producer and the fruits keep well.

Brandywine Red Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

70 days. Heirloom tomato of a beefsteak type. Produces large (up to 1 pound) deep red fruits. Well known for its excellent, exotic flavor. Soft texture, rough shoulders, and creamy smooth flesh. Indeterminate habit. Package contains 0.1 grams, approximately 30 Brandywine Red Tomato Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 24 inches apart with 3 feet between rows.

Lincoln Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

65 days to harvest. Package contains 40 grams, approximately 120 Lincoln Pea Seeds. Pods are 3 1/2 inches long with 8-10 small tender peas. Resistant to common wilt and heat tolerant. Excellent flavor. Produces peas well into the hotter June and July weather. Excellent freezing qualities. A truly superior variety with resistance to many pea diseases. Package contains 40 grams, approximately 120 Lincoln Pea Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 6 to 12 days at 50 to 65 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 2inches apart with 24 inches between rows.

Cinderella Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

95 to 150 days to harvest. Kids love this antique french heirloom pumpkin. Flatter than regular pumpkins and darker of color, this is the classic 'Cinderella's Coach' pumpkin. Red-orange fruits average 6 inches tall and 18 inches across with very deep sutures. Very decorative, but a little hard to carve because of the deep sutures. One of the best baking pumpkins, the sweet thick flesh has a better flavor than most carving types. Package contains 10 Cinderella Pumpkin Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1" deep in hills 3-4' apart with 4'...

Ace 55 VF Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

80 days Determinate vine Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 150 Ace 55 VF Tomato Seeds. Germination: 8-14 days at 50-75F. Plant 1/2" deep, 24" apart, with 36-48" between rows. Ace 55 VF Tomato plants produce thick walled, 7 ounce fruits that are hearty and delicious. These tomatoes have a low acid content, making them great for those who dislike the acidity of tomatoes but a bad choice for canning.

Southport Red Globe Onion Seeds - Heirloom

$3.49

100-120 days to harvest. This high-yielding red onion produces large, firm bulbs with a glossy, purple-red skin and pink-tinged flesh. The flavor is pungunt, yet not too spicy. Good for Northern gardens, a long day type. One of the best red onions for storage. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 550 Southport Red Globe Onion Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 10 to 14 days at 50 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 3 inches apart, with 18-24" between rows.

Long Green Improved Cucumber Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

60 - 65 days.  1870 Heirloom. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 110 Long Green Improved Cucumber Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep with 24 inches between plants and 48 inches between rows. Long Green Cucumber plants produce vigorously and are disease resistant. The fruits grow 10-12 inches long and are perfect for slicing or pickling. You will enjoy the crisp, solid flesh and sweet taste of this wonderful cucumber! Long Green Cucumbers do best in warm temperatures and with plenty of sunlight.

Golden Detroit Beet Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

35 - 60 days to harvest. Heirloom variety. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 100 Golden Detroit Beet Seeds. Germination: 7 to 10 days at 65 to 75 F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep with 2 inches between plants and 12 inches between rows. The Golden Detroit is an easy to grow beet that can be harvested as early as fifty days after planting, and thrives in colder weather. The Golden Detroit has a sweet taste, and is full of nutrients. It is recommended that you harvest the beets when the roots are one to three inches, for best flavor. The stalks of this root...

Golden Acre Cabbage Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

65 days. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 1,000 Golden Acre Cabbage Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch deep with 12 to 18 inches between plants and 24 to 36 inches between rows. Plant indoors, 4 to 6 weeks prior to last frost. Seedlings should be hardened off to acclimate the tender plants to the conditions outdoors. Golden Acre Cabbage is an early cabbage that produces green heads that are 2-4 pounds. This slow-bolting variety tastes sweet and is disease resistant. The heads are tightly packed and plants are...

Bush Crop Cucumber Seeds - Heirloom

$3.49

55 days. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 110 Bush Crop Cucumber Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 3 inches apart with 3 feet between rows. Bush Crop Cucumbers are wonderful for slicing. These dark green cucumbers grow up to 8 inches and the plants, although compact, are quite productive. This is a good variety for small gardens because it doesn't grow long vines. Very flavorful and tender.

Pepper, Sweet Keystone Resistant Giant - Heirloom

$1.99

70 days. Very thick-walled, 4 to 4 1/2 inch, four-lobed fruit are produced over an extended harvest period. Fruits turn from green to red as they mature. Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 140 Sweet Keystone Resistant Giant Pepper Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-14 days at 75-85F. Plant 1/4" deep, 18" apart, with 36-48" between rows.

Georgia Southern Collards Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days. Huge, cabbage-like, blue-green, crumpled, juicy leaves. It has a mild cabbage flavor that improves with light frost. This type is headless and slow to bolt. Package contains  0.5 grams, approximately 100 Georgia Southern Collards Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 55 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep with 1 inch between plants and 24 to 36 inches between rows.

Florida Broadleaf Mustard Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

48 days to harvest. One of the first greens of the season. This 10 inch mustard has small, bright green, broad leaves with white midribs. A vigorous growing plant that is high in vitamins A, B and C. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 900 Florida Broadleaf Mustard Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 5 to 10 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 4 inches apart with 24 inches between rows.

Jack O' Lantern Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

110 days to harvest. 10 pound fruits are thick walled, and smooth skinned, round to slightly oblong. Thick flesh is fine for cooking, but really shines as a carving pumpkin. Strong stems. Package contains 8 grams, approximately 55 Jack O' Lantern Pumpkin Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart with 4 feet between rows.

Hyssop - Heirloom

$2.49

Package contains 1 gram, approximately 900 Hyssop Herb Seeds. Germination: 10 - 15 days. Plant seeds 1/4" deep in well-prepared soil Hyssop is a perennial herb that sports long-lasting, beautiful blooms. This fragrant plant will attract butterflies and bees to your garden, and is easy to grow. Hyssop leaves can be used in recipes, and its flavor is suitable for salads, meats, soups, and other dishes. It is a member of the mint family.

Ornamental Indian Corn - Heirloom

$2.99

110 days to harvest.  Package contains 15 grams, approximately 45 Ornamental Indian Corn Seeds. Germination: 5 to 10 days at 70 to 75F; plant 1" deep, 4" apart with 30" between rows. This beautiful open-pollinated corn is used for ornamental purposes. Its kernels are rainbow-colored and add beauty to fall decorating. 

Winter Squash, Green Hubbard Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

105 days to harvest. Dark green, moderately warted fruits average 8 to 12 pounds. Very hard rind. Orange flesh is thick, dry, and sweet. Package contains 5 grams, approximately 30 Winter Squash, Green Hubbard Squash Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart with 3 feet between rows.

Winter Squash, Table Queen Acorn Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

75 days. AAS Winner. This vigorous and compact bush plant will produce 5 to 8 full-size, high quality fruits. Flavor improves in storage. Package contains 5 grams, approximately 65 Winter Squash, Table Acorn Squash Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart, with 3 feet between rows.

Basil, Lemon - Heirloom

$1.99

Annual. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 600 Lemon Basil Herb Seeds. Germination: 7-14 days at 70-75 F. Cover seed with 1/8" of soil and keep moist. Lemon basil boasts a unique lemon flavor and is slightly spicy. This basil is well suited for all kinds of recipes, although it is especially popular in Asian dishes.

Tendergreen Mustard Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

45 days to harvest. Milder than regular mustard greens, this variety has thick, smooth leaves on upright, heat and cold tolerant plants. Tendergreen is widely used both in stir fry and in salads. Its tender leaves, as well as its flowering stems, are used raw or cooked, and have a flavor between mustard greens and cabbage. Mustard seeds can also be used as a spice. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 600 Tendergreen Mustard Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 5 to 10 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 4 inches apart with 24 inches between...

Russian Tarragon Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

Perennial. An attractive bushy plant, more vigorous than traditional French Tarragon. Branching stems of lance-shaped, aromatic foliage, perfect for flavoring poultry, fish, eggs, and salad dressings. Russian Tarragon is hardy, ornamental flowering herb providing medicinal, cosmetic and gardening benefits! Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 2,100 Russian Tarragon Herb Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 14-21 days at 59-68 F. Germinate on the surface of a good free draining, damp seed compost. Do not cover the seed.

 

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