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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.

Pepper, Hot Habanero Orange - Heirloom

$2.99

90 days to harvest. Incredibly hot, small, golden-orange, lantern-shaped fruits measuring 1 by 1 1/2 inches. Not for the tame pepper eater! Thin-walled and wrinkled. Prefers warm moist conditions. Handle this one with extreme care! Grows easily in containers. Average plant height 12 to 18 inches. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 100 Pepper, Hot Habanero Orange 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.

Salad Bowl Green Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

45 days to harvest AAS winner Package contains 2 grams, approximately 2,400 Salad Bowl Green Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 8-14 days at 35-75F. Plant 1/4-1/2" deep, 12" apart, with 14-18" between rows. This loose leaf lettuce has large, frilly, curled leaves that add a decorative appearance to salads or as a garnish. Salad Bowl Green lettuce is slow-bolting and heat-tolerant, meaning it won't lose its flavor during the heat of summer. Tastes sweet and tender.

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.

Easter Egg Radish Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

28 days. Dependable oval radish in Easter egg hues of pink, red, purple, and white, all with crisp, mild, white flesh. Stays crisp even when large. Excellent for salads. Keep soil moderately moist during germination. Package contains 8 grams, approximately 700 Easter Egg Radish Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep, 1 inch apart with 12 inches between rows.

Cherry Belle Radish Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

23 Days to harvest. AAS Winner! Bright, cherry red, round to globe-shaped. Flesh is crystal white, crisp, and mild, with short tops. Widely used for bunching and forcing. Grow best in sandy soils and cool weather. Delicious in salads and other dishes. It is best not to plant radish seeds in the same place 2 years in a row as they are more likely to fall victim to root eating insects. Package contains 8 grams, approximately 700 Cherry Belle Radish Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 4 to 6 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep,...

VR Moscow Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

80-90 days. Determinate. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 175 VR Moscow Heirloom Tomato Seeds. Germination: 8-14 days at 50-75F. Plant 1/2" deep, 24" apart, with 36-48" between rows. VR Moscow tomatoes were developed at USU especially for the intermountain area. These great-tasting, large, thick-walled tomatoes are a good choice for canning. This is a disease resistant variety.

Green Globe Artichoke Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

150-180 Days to harvest.  Package contains 1 gram, approximately 25 Green Globe Artichoke Seeds. Germination: Space artichoke seeds 4 - 6 feet apart. The artichoke is a distinctive plant with a unique appearance and taste, and the Green Globe variety is no exception. This thistle plant produces buds that can be used in a variety of ways, and the plant itself makes a beautiful statement in any garden. With its purple-colored flowers and silvery green leaves, the Green Globe Artichoke is a gorgeous (and delicious!) addition to your garden. Artichokes can be grown as an annual in climate zones 5-7, or...

Endive, Broadleaf Batavian - Lettuce Seeds (Escarole) - Heirloom

$1.99

85 days to harvest Package contains 2 grams, approximately 1500 Endive Broadleaf Batavian Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 7 to 14 days at 55 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2-1/4 of an inch deep, 1 inch apart, with 18 inches between rows Broadleaf Batavian Endive, also known as an escarole, type of endive, has broad, lettuce-like leaves that are lovely enough to use as a garnish. Eat this variety in a salad or cooked (such as saut̩ed or added to other recipes). The flavor is great and less bitter than other kinds of endive. The heads get between 12-16 inches. The heart...

Winter Squash, Blue Hubbard Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

110 days. Blue/grey squash measures 12 inches long by 7 inches wide with firm yellow-orange, fine textured flesh. Fruit weighs 9 to 12 pounds.   Package contains 4 grams, approximately 15-20 Winter Squash, Blue Hubbard Seeds. Planting Instructions: Germination: 10-14 days at 60-95F. Plant 1/2-1" deep in hills with 6-8 seeds each, 2' apart, with 48-60" between rows.

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.

Prizehead Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

45 days Package contains 2 grams, approximately 2,000 Prizehead Lettuce Seeds. Heirloom Germination: 8-14 days at 35-75F. Plant 1/4-1/2" deep, 1" apart, with 14-18" between rows. Prizehead Lettuce produces green, crumpled leaves with a reddish-pink tinge at the tip. This attractive lettuce looks great in a salad or used as a garnish. Although called 'Prizehead' this is a leaf lettuce and doesn't form a head.

Early White Vienna Kohlrabi Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

50 days. Bulb is pale green with tender, white, crisp flesh. Eat when bulbs are 2 inches in diameter. Has a mouthwatering mild, cabbage flavor. Can be thinly sliced and served raw with dips or dressings. Package contains 5 grams, approximately 1500 Early White Vienna Kohlrabi Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 5 to 10 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/2 of an inch deep 3 to 6 inches apart with 18 inches between rows.

Ruby Queen Beet Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

55 days to harvest. AAS Winner. Package contains 5 grams, approximately 275 Ruby Queen Beet Seeds. Plant from March through August (weather permitting). Plant seeds 2 to 4 inches apart covering them with 1/2 inch of fine soil. Thin 3 to 4 inches apart when seedlings are a few inches tall. Enjoy the removed young greens in a salad. These beets are smooth and tender. The round root of the Ruby Queen Beet is dark red with a buttery texture. These beets are especially good for canning and pickling, and they keep their color. Beets can handle poor soil.

Red Acre Cabbage Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

76 days Package contains 4 grams, approximately 1,000 Red Acre 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 to 36 inches between rows. Plants do best when started indoors and keep soil moderately moist during germination. Once plants are established, harden off and transplant outdoors after severe frost danger has passed. This beautiful cabbage is reddish-purple and grows heads that reach about 6 inches in diameter and about 3 pounds. Red Acre Cabbage adds a splash of color to salads...

Pepper, Sweet Canary Bell (Yellow) - Heirloom

$2.49

100 days. These pepper plants produce large yields of 3 1/2 inch long by 4 inch wide yellow bell peppers. Pepper matures from green to yellow. Resistant to Tomato Mosaic Virus. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 120 Sweet Canary Bell (Yellow) 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.

Magenta Sunset Swiss Chard Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

Package contains 2 grams, approximately 65 Swiss Chard, Magenta Sunset Seeds. Heat tolerant variety Germination: 9 to 12 days at 55 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep, 6 inches apart with 18 inches in between plants. Magenta Sunset Swiss Chard is definitely true to its name! This type of Swiss Chard sports a bright pink-purple stem and is wonderfully decorative as well as delicious. Leaves appear slightly crumpled and are good in salads.

Rutgers VF Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

80 days Determinate, Heirloom Also found in our Family Survival Seed Pack and Preparedness Seed Bank. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 85 Rutgers VF Heirloom Tomato Seeds. 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 plants. Rutgers VF HeirloomTomatoes are one of the best tomato varieties for canning. Fruits are meaty, firm, weigh 6-8 ounces, and are produced in high yields on determinate vines. These tomatoes are disease resistant and known for their reliability and wonderful flavor.

Self-Blanche Cauliflower Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

52 days Package contains 3 grams, approximately 720 Self-Blanche Cauliflower Seeds. Germination: 3-10 days at 70F. Place 18-24" apart, in rows 3' apart. The leaves of the Self-Blanche Cauliflower will curl upward on their own, meaning there is usually no need to tie them. Pure white heads are fine-grained and taste great, perfect for eating raw, freezing, or pickling.

Pepper, Hot Cayenne Long Slim - Heirloom

$1.99

70 days. 5 inch long fruits are fiery hot, often curled and twisted. Great for drying, processing, or sauces. Scoville units: 20,000 - 40,000. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 140 Pepper, Hot Cayenne Long Slim Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 14-21 days at 60-85F. Plant 1/4" deep, 18" apart, with 24-30" between rows.

Pepper, Hot Tam Jalapeno - Heirloom

$1.99

67 days. The flavor of a regular jalape̱no without as much bite. Fruits are tapered with a blunt end, 2 1/2 inches long. Plants are not as large as standard jalape̱no. Scoville units: 1000 - 1500. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 140 Pepper, Hot Tam Jalapeno Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 14-21 days at 60-85F. Plant 1/4" deep, 18" apart, with 24-30" between rows.

Palla Rosa Radicchio Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

An early heading selection of this increasingly popular vegetable. Firm red heads with attractive white veins. Can also be sown and left unthinned for salad leaves adding zest and a hint of bitterness to the mixed salad. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 300 Palla Rosa Radicchio Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep with 1 to 3 inches between plants and 24 to 36 inches between rows. 

Oregon Sugar Pod II Snow Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

60-68 days to harvest. Improved strain with 28 to 30 inch vines, smooth, light-green, stringless 4 inch pods. Heavy yielder that freezes well. Resistant to Powdery Mildew, Fusarium Wilt, and Pea Enation Mosaic Virus. Package contains 30 grams, approximately 100 Oregon Sugar Pod II Snow Pea Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-15 days at 40-85F. Plant 1/2-3/4" deep, 1-2" apart, with 14-28" between rows.

Spring Rapini (Raab) Organic Broccoli Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

45 days Package contains 2 grams, approximately 650 Spring Rapini (Raab) Broccoli Seeds Germination: 4-20 days at 60-65F. Plant seeds 1/4" deep, 6" apart in full sunlight. Although a relative to turnips instead of broccoli, Spring Rapini (Raab) is quite like broccoli due to its similar flowering heads. Instead of one central head, however, Spring Rapini produces side shoots with clusters of delicious buds. Spring Rapini is highly nutritious and is popular in Italian cuisine. This plant should be harvested when it reaches 10-15 inches tall.

Delicious Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

77 days Indeterminate Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 175 Delicious Tomato Seeds. Germination: 8-14 days at 50-75F. Plant 1/2" deep, 24" apart, with 36-48" between rows. Delicious tomatoes are red, meaty, and huge; these hold the world record for biggest tomato (7 + pounds)! Delicious tomatoes contain few seeds and has solid meat, making it great for slicing. This variety is also good for canning. Fruits are crack resistant.

Super Sugar Snap Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$3.49

64 days to harvest. An improved version of the world-famous Sugar Snap pea, Super Snap typically matures 6 days earlier and boosts your yields with its double podding capability. Plumper pods are another improvement, and their crisp texture and sweet flavor are unmistakably Sugar Snap. Excellent to eat raw, steamed, or in a stir-fry. Package contains 30 grams, approximately 100 Super Sugar Snap Pea Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-15 days at 40-85F. Plant 1/2-3/4" deep, 1-2" apart, with 14-28" between rows.

Iceberg Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days Package contains 2 grams, approximately 2,400 Iceberg Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 8-14 days at 35-75F. Plant 1/4-1/2" deep, 1" apart, with 14-18" between rows. This very popular head lettuce is crisp with green, tightly-packed leaves that have a white center. The head is compact and stores well in the refrigerator. Iceberg Lettuce tastes mild and has a tender heart. This variety thrives in cool weather.

Calsweet Watermelon Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

92 days to harvest. Fruits weigh 20 to 25 pounds with distinctive, light and dark green stripes. Good for shipping. It is resistant to breakage when grown without being stressed. Res. F. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 70 Calsweet Watermelon Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-14 days at 75-85F. Plant 1-3" deep in hills 8' apart, with 8' between rows.

Jack Be Little Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

95 days. A miniature version of an old fashioned pumpkin that fits into the palm of your hand. Deep orange fruits are 2 inches tall by 3 inches across. Edible pumpkins which are used mainly as fall decorations. Excellent keeper when cured properly. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 40 Jack Be Little 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. 

Pepper, Hot Ancho Grande - Heirloom

$1.99

76 days. Peppers are 4 inches long by 2 inches across at the shoulder, tapering to a blunt point. Ripens from dark green to rust red. Plants are 30 to 36 inches high. A medium hot chili. Continuous harvest. Called Poblano when green. Scoville units: 1000 - 2000. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 100 Hot Ancho Grande Pepper Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 14-21 days at 60-85F. Plant 1/4" deep, 18" apart, with 24-30" between rows.

Early Alaska Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

Package contains 30 grams, approximately 100 Early Alaska Pea Seeds. Germination: 6 to 12 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 2 inches apart with 24 inches between rows. This heirloom pea variety contains about 6 peas in each of its light-green pods.  These peas can handle cooler temperatures.  Early Alaska peas have a sweet flavor and show up early, meaning they are good for short growing seasons.

Wee-B-Little Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$3.49

95 days. AAS Winner for 1999. True miniature orange pumpkin. This round pumpkin grows to a totally unique size of 8 to 12 ounce. Perfect for interior fall decorations. Easy to grow from seed. Bush habit spreads to only 6 to 8 feet. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 25 Wee-B-Little Pumpkin Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7 to 10 days at 75 to 85F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 24 inches apart, with 4 feet between rows.

Spacemaster 80 Cucumber Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

56 Days Package contains 3 grams, approximately 110 Spacemaster 80 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. Spacemaster 80 is great for small gardens. It produces a high yield without taking over the garden; the vines only grow about 36 inches long. The fruits are dark green and slender, growing to about 7 1/2 inches. This cucumber does well in many climates.

Pepper, Hot Large Red Cherry - Heirloom

$1.99

80 days. Very hot, 1 to 1 1/2 inch fruits are nearly round. Walls are medium thick, dark green turning red. Continuous fruiting over a long season. Scoville units: 3500. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 140 Pepper, Hot Large Red Cherry Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 14-21 days at 60-85F. Plant 1/4" deep, 18" apart, with 24-30" between rows.

Marketmore Cucumber Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

67 days to harvest. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 90 Marketmore 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. Marketmore Cucumbers are easy to grow and produce a high yield of dark-green, plump, 8-9 inch fruits. The vines of this plant grow 4-6 feet. This disease-resistant cucumber will keep producing until the frost comes. Tastes delicious and is not bitter.

Salinas Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days Package contains 2 grams, approximately 1,150 Salinas Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 50 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 of an inch, 12 inches apart, with 18 inches between rows. Salinas Lettuce is a mild-tasting crisphead lettuce that is resistant to bolting. It also handles heat and cold well and has resistance to tipburn. The pale green, flattened heads keep well.

Pak Choi Cabbage Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

45 days Package contains 3 grams, approximately 750 Pak Choi Cabbage Seeds. Germination: 7 to 10 days at 65 to 75 F. Plant seeds 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep with 12 to 18 inches between plants and 24 to 37 inches between rows. Pak Choi, also known as Chinese cabbage, has white stalks and green leaves. These leaves and stalks are often used for stir-fries and can be eaten raw or cooked. They taste mild and tender. This cold-resistant cabbage is loose and does not head.

Grand Rapids Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$0.99

55 days Package contains 2 grams, approximately 1,100 Grand Rapids Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 7 to 10 days at 70 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1/2 of an inch deep, 1 inch apart, with 15-18 inches between rows Grand Rapids Lettuce has frilly, green leaves that are tender and crisp. Use this lettuce in salads or as a garnish. This quick-growing variety is also slow to bolt. Grand Rapids Lettuce is tolerant to tipburn.

Basil, Dark Opal - Heirloom

$2.49

Annual. 80 - 90 days to harvest. AAS Winner! Package contains 1.5 grams, approximately 1,100 Basil, Dark Opal Herb Seeds. Germination: 12-18 days at 70 F.  Leave uncovered and keep soil moderately moist. Dark Opal Basil is a variety of basil with purple, slightly crinkled leaves that are very fragrant.  It has an aroma that is a blend between licorice, mint, ginger and sweet tea.  

Morris Heading Collards Seeds - Heirloom

$0.99

82 days. Extremely tender, medium green leaves are broad and slightly crumpled. Compact plant forming loose heads of short steamed leaves. Tolerant of heat and cold and very rich in vitamins and minerals. The juicy leaves have a mild cabbage-like flavor and are delicious boiled, steamed, or as an addition to salads. 36 inches tall. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 300 Morris Heading Collards Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-14 days at 55-70F. Plant seeds 1/2" deep with 1" between plants and 24-36" inches between rows.

White Sweet Spanish Onion Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

120 days. Intermediate day type. Large bulbs have a glistening white skin and mild sweet flesh. Modest keeper. Package contains 2 grams, approximately 550 White Sweet Spanish Onion Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 10 to 15 days at 40-74F. Plant 1/2" deep, 1" apart, with 18-24" between rows.

Striped Klondike Watermelon Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

90 days to harvest. 25 pound melon is striped light and dark green. Interior is sweet, deep-red, and crisp. Rind is tough. Good local shipper. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 45 Striped Klondike Watermelon Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 8 to 12 days at 80 to 90 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 60 inches apart with 6 feet between rows.

Slenderette Bush Bean Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

53 days to harvest.  Bush growth habit. Package contains 40 grams, approximately 125 Slenderette Bush 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. Slenderette Bush Bean is a long, slender bean that is very tender. This bean plant is known for large yields and great taste. 5 inch pods are stringless and smooth. Slenderette Bush Beans are easy to grow.

Sugar Ann Snap Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

58 days to harvest. AAS Winner! This compact, 18 to 24 inch, disease resistant vine needs no trellising. It produces good yields of 2 1/2 inch, light green pods earlier than any other snap pea. Package contains 30 grams, approximately 150 Sugar Ann Snap Pea Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-15 days at 40-85F. Plant 1/2-3/4" deep, 1-2" apart, with 14-28" between rows.

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.

Hamson Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

70 days. Hamson Tomato seeds are a Utah favorite and has been down for reproduction but is now back in stock. Large, smooth, deep red fruits on semi-determinate vines with good foliage cover. Solid interior with excellent appearance and flavor. This variety will set fruit at extremes of temperature and otherwise performs well under adverse conditions. Package contains 0.25 grams, approximately 85 Hamson 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.

Anise Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

Annual. 75 days. Package contains 5 grams, approximately 375 Anise Herb Seeds. Germination: 14 days at 70 degrees. Plant in well-prepared soil. Anise, a flowering annual originating in Asia and the Mediterranean, is often used for its seeds that are fennel-like in taste and possess a strong aroma. Various parts of the plant may be used, however, and some people use the stem and oils from the plant as well as the seeds. Anise flavoring can be found in various candies, desserts, breads, sausages, and drinks such as herbal tea. The anise plant can grow up to 4 feet tall,...

Jubilee Watermelon Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

95 days to harvest. Long fruit with well rounded ends. Dark green stripes over light green background. Bright red interior. Ships well. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 30 Jubilee Watermelon Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 8 to 12 days at 80 to 90 F. Plant seeds 1 inch deep, 60 inches apart with 6 feet between rows.

Winter Squash, Pink Banana Jumbo Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

115 days to harvest. Fruits can get 4 feet long and 1 foot across and weigh 70 pounds. Smooth pink-orange skin with sweet yellow/orange, fine-grained flesh. Package contains 4 grams, approximately 12 Winter Squash, Pink Banana Jumbo 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.

Mortgage Lifter Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

83 days. Old-timer still in demand, indeterminate, 1 pound large well shaped fruits, dark-pink skin, very meaty, few seeds, much like giant Belgium but not quite as big. Package contains 25 Mortgage Lifter 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 plants.

Yellow Pear Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

70 days Indeterminate. Package contains 0.1 grams, approximately 50 Yellow Pear Tomato Seeds. 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. Yellow Pear tomatoes grow in large numbers on indeterminate vines. The fruits are yellow and have a shape similar to a pear. These tomatoes have a mild taste and are wonderful both fresh and preserved. Bite-sized Yellow Pear tomatoes are great for snacking right off the vine!

Pepper, Sweet Golden Cal Wonder - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days to harvest.. The great quality of the California Wonder, but the fruit turns golden-orange when they ripen. 4 1/2 inch, blocky, four-lobed, deep gold colored fruit with good flavor, thick walls, and heavy yield. Sturdy vigorous plants. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 75 Sweet Golden Cal Wonder Pepper Seeds. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-14 days at 75-85F. Plant 1/4" deep, 18" apart, with 36-48" between rows.

Hillbilly Tomato Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

85-94 days to harvest. Indeterminate. Big 1-2 pound beefsteak tomatoes. Flesh is yellow-orange, streaked with pink and red. Very flavorful. Is great in salads and sandwiches. Low acid. Original heirloom from West Virginia, USA.  Package contains 0.25 grams, approximately 90 Hillbilly 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 plants.

Champion Collards Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

75 days. Huge, cabbage-like, blue green, slightly crumpled, juicy leaves. Mild cabbage flavor that improves with light frost. It is a non heading type that is slow to bolt. Package contains 0.5 grams, approximately 140 Champion 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.  

Oakleaf Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

40 days Package contains 2 grams, approximately 1,150 Oakleaf Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 50 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 of an inch deep 12 inches apart with 18 inches between rows. Oakleaf Lettuce produces green, tender, oak-shaped leaves. This variety is bolt-resistent. The leaf shape makes it a wonderful choice for salads. Oakleaf Lettuce is slow to become bitter compared with other lettuces.

Great Lakes 118 Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

85 days AAS winner Package contains 2 grams, approximately 2,000 Great Lakes 118 Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 8-14 days at 35-75F. Plant 1/4-1/2" deep, 1" apart, with 14-18" between rows. This lettuce is known for reliability and tolerance to cold. Great Lakes 118 Lettuce produces large, thick, crisp heads that are hardy, slow bolting, and resistant to tip burn.

Romaine Cimmaron Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

65 days Heirloom Package contains 2 grams, approximately 2,850 Romaine Cimmaron Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 50 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep, 12 inches apart with 18 inches between rows. Cimarron Romaine Lettuce is a beautiful, heat tolerant, very slow-bolting lettuce that is an old heirloom variety and favorite of many gardeners. This lettuce is a colorful green and red, making it great for a garnish. Looks lovely in salads and sandwiches and tastes crisp and tender. Grows around 12" tall.

Harvester Bush Bean Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

53 days to harvest. Bush growth habit. Heirloom variety. Package contains 40 grams, approximately 100 Harvester Bush Bean Seeds. Res. BV, BRV, RR. Germination: 5-8 days at 70F. Plant seeds 1" deep. Space 3" apart, with 18-24" between rows. Harvester Bush Bean plants are hardy and upright, producing 6-inch pods that are set high on the plant. The pods are smooth and tender and easy to pick since they are high off the ground.

Salad Bowl Red Lettuce Seeds - Heirloom

$1.99

50 days to harvest Package contains 2 grams, approximately 1,150 Salad Bowl Red Lettuce Seeds. Germination: 6 to 10 days at 50 to 70 F. Plant seeds 1/2 of an inch deep, 12 inches apart with 18 inches between rows. Salad Bowl Red Lettuce produces oak-like red and green leaves that deepen in redness in cool weather. This mild-tasting, non-bitter lettuce is excellent to use as baby greens as well as full-size leaves. Salad Bowl Red Lettuce is a hardy variety that is slow to bolt.

Honeydew Orange Melon Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

105 days to harvest. Package contains 3 grams, approximately 135 Honeydew Orange Melon Seeds. Germination: 7-14 days at 75 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1" deep in hills 24-28" apart, with 4-6' between rows. This variety may also be known as Honeyloupe. Honeydew Orange Melons are round, between 5-6 pounds, and have sweet orange flesh that looks like a cantaloupe but tastes like a honeydew/Crenshaw melon. The seed cavity is small. Ripe melons have creamy white, smooth skin.

 

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