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Black Spanish Round Radish Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

Package contains 4 grams, approximately 300 Black Spanish Round Radish Seeds. 50 - 70 days to harvest. Winter radish for fall planting and harvest as needed or plant early in the spring. Black skin with crisp white flesh; a bit hotter than most radishes.   Keeps well. Planting Instructions Germination: 4 to 6 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/2" deep, 4 inches apart with 12 inches between rows.  

Rainbow Heirloom Blend Tomato Seeds

$2.49

80 days. Heirloom tomato blend that includes a mixture of Brandywine Yellow and Red, Cherokee Purple, Green Zebra, White Wonder and Nebraska Wedding that will add a pop of color to your tomato row this year! Package contains 0.25 grams, approximately 50 Rainbow Blend 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.

Purple Plum Radish Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

Package contains 4 grams, approximately 300 Purple Plum Radish Seeds. 25 - 30 days to harvest. Bright purple skin, firm white flesh, crisp, sweet and mild all season. These are hardy and adapltable, never pithy or hot. Planting Instructions Germination: 4 to 6 days at 50 to 60 F. Plant seeds 1/2" deep, 4 inches apart with 12 inches between rows.

Spookie Pumpkin Seeds - Heirloom

$2.99

Package contains 8 grams, approximately 60 Spookie Pumpkin Seeds. 90 - 110 days to harvest. Smooth skin with a slightly ribbed texture. Grows 6 to 7" tall, 5-6" across and typically weigh between 6 - 10 lbs. 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.

Perfection Dark Seeded Pea Seeds - Heirloom

$2.79

Package contains 25 grams, approximately 80 Perfection Dark Seeded Pea Seeds. 67 days to harvest. Freezer type pea. Large vines are 28 to 30 inches long with 3 inch pods containing 7 to 8 peas each. Cans well and maintains color. Planting Instructions Germination: 7-15 days at 40-85F.  Plant 1/2 - 3/4" deep, 1 - 2" apart, with 12 -  24" between rows.

Thai Jicama Seeds - Heirloom

$3.99

Thai Jicama is harvestable after 6 to 9 months, so it is best to start these indoors 8 to 10 weeks before the last frost.  Large 5 inch roots are white in color and nearly round.  They can grow up to 5 pounds!  Thai Jicama likes sandy, loamy soil.  Flowering must occur for the roots to develop fully, but if you trim the flowers it will help the roots grow larger and keep the vines shorter.  NOTE:  The leaves and seed pods of Thai Jicama are poisonous, so take appropriate precautions. Package contains 4 grams, approximately 10 Thai Jicama Seeds.

Parisian Pickles Cucumber Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

55 to 60 days to harvest. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 30 Parisian Pickles Cucumber Seeds. Germination: 7-14 days at 60-75F. Plant 1/2-1" deep in hills 18" apart, 6-8 per hill, with 30-36" between rows. As the name suggests, Parisian Pickles cucumbers are great for pickling. Harvest these cucumbers when they are small for pickling or larger for slicing cucumbers. If fruits are picked, the plant with bear continually through the season.  These grow on vines, so it is best to support them with a trellis system.

French Corn Salad Seeds - Heirloom

$2.49

40 days to harvest. Package contains 1 gram, approximately 600 French Corn Salad Seeds. Germination: 10 to 14 days at 41 to 68F.  It is not recommended that you grow when soil temperatures are greater than 70 F as the seeds will go dormant. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep with 4 - 18 inches between rows French Corn Salad, also known as "Mache," is a leafy green vegetable with substantial leaves with a nutty flavor that makes a fantastic addition to salads.  Also commonly used as a garnished and can be cooked like spinach.

Scarlet Runner Bean Seeds - Heirloom (1 lb)

$25.00

90 days to harvest. Climbing habit. Package contains 1 pound, approximately 400 to 450 seeds. Germination: 5 to 8 days at 70 to 85 F. This is an edible ornamental plant. This decorative, vining runner bean produces beautiful red flowers that will keep blooming as long as you pick the beans. The vines extend past 10 feet long and grow well on strong trellises or fences. Butterflies and hummingbirds will be attracted to the flowers. Eat the beans when they are young for snap beans, or shell and cook them as lima beans.

 

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