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A decade ago "food security" meant putting a lock on your fridge to keep out your roommates / children / pets. Now, the idea of growing one's own vegetables has a place within a much larger context of "sustainability".

Whether you're interested in avoiding pesticides, supporting local economies, adapting to climate change, or simply eating delicious, super-fresh produce, growing your own veggies is enjoying a boom in popularity.

It's creative, fun, good exercise, and inherently rewarding. So go ahead-- try something new!

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Amaranth - Callaloo - Joseph's Coat
A blazing whirl of fantastic colors-brilliant red against flame yellow with a green contrast. Joseph's Coat is beautiful when used in containers, edging or mass plantings. So striking it can be planted as a specimen plant. Celebrate with the fireworks of this spectacular centerpiece. Grows up to 3', full sun. Heat and drought tolerant. Amaranthus tricolor. Callaloo is also a delicious spinach-like vegetable with a rich, earthy, broccoli-like flavour. Extr..
$3.00
Artichoke- Tavor - Organic
An improved Imperial Star type adapted for organic production. Nearly spineless plants yield 7-8 uniform artichokes, each averaging 4.5” in diameter. Artichokes are green with purple tips and are sweet and tender when steamed. Can be grown as an annual from seed in one season. 3-4’ tall • Short vernalization period. (Cynara scolymus). Maturity 90 days. ..
$3.50
Arugula - Astro - Organic
The commercial standard with long, green leaves and characteristic mildly spicy flavor. Germinates quickly and tolerates cold and hot temperatures well. Our strain has a mix of “cut” and “strap” leaf shapes when grown as baby leaf. Performs well as a cut-and-come-again crop. Heat and cold-tolerant. (Eruca vesicaria var. sativa.).Days to maturity: 21 days baby, 40 full size. Pretty edible blossoms attract pollinators.    ..
$3.50
Arugula - Wasabi
(Diplotaxis erucoides) Renee's EXCLUSIVE - A unique wild arugula, Wasabi’s leaves taste just like the complex, spicy flavor of freshly made wasabi paste. These delicious little plants grow quickly and easily, forming pretty leafy rosettes. More weather tolerant than other varieties, you can harvest whole plants or pick individual piquant leaves for zesty accents to everyday meals. When plants send up flower stalks, the little white blossoms are edible; use both leaves and flowers in s..
$3.55
Asparagus - Mary Washington
Asparagus - Mary Washington. Asparagus takes 2-3 years to establish BUT, then produces for 30 years or more! It is one of the first veggies to pop up in the spring. It is so worth the wait! Mary Washington is one of the most popular of all heirloom asparagus varieties and is an excellent choice for the garden. The delicious spears are tender, thick, heavy and straight and are of a rich dark green colour with a purple tinge. Produces uniform spears and a heavy yield...
$2.00
Bean - Broad Bean ~ Windsor Fava
Hardy plant with large, nutty beans. English variety dating to 1863 with delicious flavor when eaten as a shell bean. Plants produce 5-6" pods each holding 3-5 large plump beans. Great for freezing or drying. Plants require cool conditions and are not heat tolerant. Hardy to 12° F. Buff colored seeds. Tall 4' plants · Cold-tolerant (Vicia faba). Maturity 75 Days.  ..
$3.50
Bean - Pole - Scarlet Runner
Flower or vegetable? It's both! Green, broad oval leaflets forma a dense, yet delicate backdrop of large, showy sprays of flaming red flowers followed by foot long, edible pods. Pick the pods often to promote continued blooms. Hummingbirds love the flowers. Vines quickly and brilliantly cover porch, arbor, fence, trellis, walls, and other garden structures. An easy-to-grow plant that you will really enjoy. Mature height 10-12 foot vines. ANNUAL VINE: Summer/fall bloom with ..
$2.00
Beet - Albino
A pure white, fairly smooth round heirloom beet from Holland. Its super sweet white flesh is tasty and won't stain your hands! The greens are also good. This beet can be used for making sugar. 55 Days   ..
$2.79
Beet - Chiogga Guardsmark - Organic- AKA Candy Cane Beat
Italian heirloom with bright, candy-red exteriors & interior flesh beautifully marked in alternating rings of cherry red and white.Delicious sweet flavor & fine texture. Great tasting leafy tops. Chiogga beets do not bleed like some other red beets.!   ..
$2.70
Beet - Cylindra - Organic
A wonderful Heirloom from Denmark, it is famous for slicing with its long, cylindrical roots. Produces much more uniform slices than round beets. This tender and sweet variety is also known as "Butter Slicer" because of its wonderful texture. Maturity 56 Days     ..
$2.70
Bitter Melon - Ganjyu
An extra-large light green heirloom from Japan. Fruit is large and uniform with a great flavor. The bitter melon is a dietary staple on the island of Okinawa, famous for its people’s longevity. The Okinawan people have been known for great health and record-breaking longevity for almost 1000 years, largely in part to their healthy diet. Bitter melon, called Goya in Japan, has been identified as a crucial staple of the famous Okinawan longevity diet, which is also part of the Blue Zone Di..
$5.50
Broccoli - De Cicco - Organic
Italian Heirloom variety known for tender stalks and mild flavor. Reliable multi-cut variety that produces a compact, 3-4” bluish-green central head followed by a prolific set of side shoots. Variable maturity results in a long harvest period for both central heads and side shoots. Good home garden variety. Abundant side shoots • Long harvest window. (Brassica oleracea var. italica). Maturity 48 days. ..
$3.50
Broccoli - Hon Tsai Tai - Organic
Dark green leaves, purple stems and sweet, petite florets. Similar to broccoli raab with a sweeter flavor and delicate texture. Young flowering shoots are delicious in fresh salads, stir-fries, and pasta dishes. Best for fall harvest; shorter days cause stems to elongate. Harvest just before bright yellow blossoms open. Fall crop • Gourmet selection. (Brassica rapa var. chinensis.) Maturity 37 days. ..
$3.50
Broccoli - Wok Broc - Kichi Chinese Broccoli
The perfect, quick-growing, cut and come again veggie! All parts of Wok Broc plants are edible and it is extensively used in Cantonese cuisine. Stalks can be cooked like asparagus, leaves can be used in salads or like spinach in stir-fries, flower buds are eaten like sprouting broccoli and even the flowers are edible and tasty in a salad. Similar in taste to broccoli, but with a hint of kale, Wok Broc can be harvested in only 8-10 weeks and can be grown throughout the winter in a cold greenho..
$4.00
Brussels Sprouts - Continuity Mix F1
A mix of vigorous-growing varieties that stand well and perform well on a range of soil types, cropping successionally and ensuring that you have a plentiful supply of crisp, sweet buttons throughout the winter!   ..
$3.00
Brussels Sprouts - Red Rubine
A hard-to-find heirloom variety that really is colorful in cool late fall weather. Easily one of the most exciting additions to our catalog this year, red Brussels sprouts stand out in the garden and on the plate. The stunning purple red sprouts are filled with antioxidants. These have a really nice, sweet flavor when grown in cool weather. Maturity 120 Days. ..
$4.25
Bush Bean -  Blue Lake - Organic
Blue Lake Bush Bean . This dark-green bean has been a standard for over 40 years. The bush plants set heavy yields of flavorful pods that are tender and crisp. Developed in 1961 from the Pole Blue Lake. Maturity 65 Days How To Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at leas..
$2.70
Bush Bean - Serengeti French Filet
A strong, upright growing fancy French filet bean featuring 14 cm (5.5") long, straight smooth featured medium green pods. Robust plants easily carry high yields of these beautiful tasting tender pods. Serengeti also boasts great disease resistance! How To Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has wa..
$2.80
Bush Bean - Tendergreen - Organic
Tendergreen Organic Bush Bean Seeds Straight, nearly string-less pods about 15 cm (6″) long. Legendary tenderness even when grown under stressful conditions. Mosaic virus tolerant. A tried and true green bush bean. How To Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at least 16 C (60 F). Sow ..
$2.70
Cape Gooseberry - Inca Berries
Delicious and ornamental. Individual berries wrapped in a Chinese lantern. The Incan delicacy that thrives on neglect, giving fresh berries right up until Christmas. Tastes like: Gooseberries, kiwi, pineapple, orange.  Recognisable in patisseries or indeed many cocktails, these shiny golden berries, each wrapped in its own paper Chinese lantern, are one of the trendiest garnishes around. Also known as the Cape Gooseberry (although it originates from highland Peru), the golden berry, or s..
$3.00
Carrot - Black Nebula
75 days. One of the darkest carrots available from skin to core, it is delicious raw or cooked! It’s also used as a dye, and it makes a stunning dark purple drink when juiced; when a squeeze of lemon is added, it turns bright pink. Amazingly, it retains its color after cooking and is incredibly high in anthocyanins. If left in the garden, it makes an exquisite white umbel tinged with lavender.         ..
$5.00
Carrot - Dragon - Organic
Vibrant purple skin with bright orange flesh and unusual yellow core. Adored by carrot aficionados for its yellow core and spicy-yet-sweet flavor! Roots are full-sized at 7" long, thrive in heavy soils and are very hardy. Improved from a USDA specimen by Dr. John Navazio, with lycopene content equal to tomatoes! Specialty appeal. 7" Danvers-type ..
$3.50
Carrot - Imperator
Imperator carrots have 7-9" long slender tapering roots. Make sure you have cultivated your soil to a depth of 10-12" for best results. Very tasty carrot.  Leave some in the ground to harvest after a frost of two - carrots become sweeter after a frost. This is a great variety for winter storage. Maturity 74 Days How To Grow Carrots will grow well in any open, well cultivated, deep garden soil. As the seed is quite small, mix it with some sand when..
$2.00
Carrot - Nantes - Organic
6" long, slender with a rounded end and crisp, tender flesh. Plant 2-3 weeks in succession in spring and again in fall. Garden Tip: Carrots that have been planted in the summer can be left in the ground until the first frost. Cover with a thick layer of mulch, like hay, straw or leaves to preserve the crop. Much sweeter after a frost, a late carrot harvest will be a fresh treat in the fall.Maturity 75 days.     ..
$2.70
Carrot - Purple Sun
These great-looking, plump dark Purple Carrots grow vigorously, combining wonderful rich color with excellent sweet flavor & crisp texture. Loaded with healthy antioxidants and delicious raw or cooked. Maturity 70 Days ..
$4.00
Celery - Chinese Pink
A stunning bright pink celery from China. This easy-to-grow variety completes the nutritional rainbow! Pink celery is popular in northern China, especially Beijing, where the attractive pink stalks are served in high-end restaurants. This tasty Asian type celery is a great choice for beginner gardeners, as it is much easier to grow than European-type celery. Flavor is yummy and lightly sweet, the texture is light and crunchy and eye appeal is unstoppable. Its brilliant bubblegum pink color..
$5.50
Collards - Georgia - Organic
Top producer of tender, mild flavored greens with reliable, heavy yields. Long, loosely held leaves are dark green with stark white midribs. Smoother leaves, whiter midribs, shorter internodes and larger habit than Champion. Thrives where it's too hot for other cole crops. Old-time favorite introduced before 1880; variable leaf shape. 36" tall plants. Maturity 70 days. Heirloom. Heat tolerant. . ..
$3.50
Corn - Fisher's Earliest Sweet  - Organic
Early and beautiful with old-fashioned flavor. Vigorous, multi-colored 5-6' stalks with one ear per plant sitting 18" high. Ears grow 10-12 rows of kernels; excellent tip fill and husk cover. All su's should be picked and eaten quickly as ears lose sweetness rapidly post-harvest. Selected for short seasons by Ken Fisher of Belgrade, MT and now grown on our farm. YELLOW · Standard (su) · 6" ears (Zea maize). Maturity 70 days. ..
$3.50
Corn - Peaches & Cream
Peaches & Cream Corn. Summertime flavor from our yellow and white kerneled garden winner. Holds its wonderful flavor 14 days after maturity but best if you eat it as soon as you can. If you love sweet corn, you can't be without Peaches and Cream. How To Grow When planting in rows, space the seed 10-15 cm (4-6") apart, later thinning to 20-30 cm (8-12") apart with the rows 55-75 cm (22-30") apart. To ensure proper pollination, plant at leas..
$2.00
Corn - Who Gets Kissed? Sweet Corn- Organic
A sweet corn bred for (and by) organic growers! Excellent flavor and tender texture; good cool soil emergence. Compact 5-6' tall plants with ears 2' off the ground; 14-16 rows of kernels each. Good tip fill and husk coverage. Ears have an extended harvest window - check frequently for maturity. Intermediate resistance to rust and smut. Developed by Dr. Bill Tracy, Jared Zystro, Dr. Adrienne Shelton and Dr. John Navazio in collaboration with the Organic Seed Alliance and farmer Marti..
$3.50
Cucumber - Dragon's Egg
Beautiful cream-colored fruit is about the size and shape of a large egg! Mild, bitter free and sweet tasting, this little cucumber sets massive yields in our gardens. So fun to grow, and very unique looking; great for children and all who like delicious cucumbers. We were sent this heirloom favorite by Reinhard Kraft, a German seed collector, but this heirloom originated in Croatia.     ..
$5.00
Cucumber - Homemade Pickles - Organic
Homemade Pickles is a great pickling cucumber. These vigorous, disease-resistant plants produce baskets full of perfectly shaped, bright green cukes with crisp and flavourful flesh. Pick at 4 cm. for tiny pickles and up to 15 cm for large dills.  Use them to make tiny French cornichons or big garlic dills. Heirloom. Maturity 55 Days How To Grow Cucumbers grow best in a wind-sheltered site with rich, warm sandy loam. Sow seed when the danger o..
$2.70
Cucumber - Lemon Cucumber - Organic
Specialty variety prized by chefs for its delicate flavor and crunchy bite. Round fruits turn from pale greenish yellow to lemon yellow (the best eating stage) and then bright golden yellow (when it most closely resembles a lemon). Easy to grow; does well in short seasons. Great for large containers. Tolerates cool weather • 3” fruits. (Cucumis sativus). Maturity 68 days. ..
$3.50
Cucumber - Mexican Mouse Melon aka: Cucamelon
Cucamelon AKA mouse melon, Mexican sour gherkin, Mexican miniature watermelon & Mexican sour cucumber. These tiny watermelons lookalikes have a refreshing flavour and bags of personality. Their lush vines will produce masses of fruit throughout the summer with a ‘cucumber and lime’ taste. They are ready when they are grape-sized and still firm to the touch. Easy to grow. Vigorous climber/trailer. Pest and drought resistant. Origin: Mexico.  These tiny ..
$3.00
Gourd - Luffa Sponge
Luffa (aka Loofah) is a very practical and useful gourd which can be used for bathing, filtering and cleaning. It is shaped like a cucumber but is larger, at 1-2 feet in length and 4-5" in diameter. As it ripens it develops a network of fibers that surround many flat, blackish seeds. Can be grown on a trellis or fence. Luffa  - 120 days - 1 to 2-foot long cylindrical fruit - fast growing. Also know as the vegetable sponge, the dishrag gourd, and Chinese okra. M..
$2.00
Ground Cherry - Goldie - Organic
Sweet, tropical-tasting gold berries wrapped in paper husks add magic to your garden. Bushy plants grow 2.5-3’ tall. When ripe, the husk around the fruit becomes papery dry and the fruit falls off the plant to pick picked up from the ground. Some people place a tarp underneath the plants to make harvesting easier, but either way the husks keep the fruit clean. Trellis or let sprawl • Bushy, spreading habit. (Physalis ixocarpa). Maturity 75 days.   ..
$3.50
Jelly Melon - Kiwano - African Horned Cucumber
(Cucumis metuliferus) Very unusual fruit with spiny “horns.” The green-yellow skin turns a bright deep orange when ready to harvest, and the pulp inside the fruit resembles lime green Jell-O. The fruit has a sweet-sour, banana-lime tropical fruit taste, good juiced and sweetened and delicious with yogurt. This fruit is showing up quite often in U.S. markets. Native to Africa, it is hardy and easy to grow; can be grown just about anywhere you can grow melons. Beautiful vine ..
$4.25
Job's Tears
(Coix lacryma-jobi) Is it an herb, grain, vegetable, or ornamental bead? This easy-to-grow plant is all these things and more! With graceful and flowing miniature corn-type bladed leaves, sturdy stalks, delicate inconspicuous drooping flowers, and ornamental pea-like seeds, Job’s Tears adds a stunning green filler to cut flower displays. A grain-bearing plant useful for food, to make necklaces, rosary beads, and even used traditionally in folk medicine for arthritis and to remove hea..
$5.50
Kale - Dwarf Blue Scotch Curled
Blue Curled Scotch Dwarf. First mentioned in garden text around 1863. Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch is an early kale that produces tasty greens when used in salads or steamed. The blue-green leaves are finely curled and very attractive reaching 12-15" in high, and spread to 20-35" in width. Extremely hardy and productive.  Will over winter with little protection.  This is one of the best frost resistant kales.  A perfect source of nutritional greens durin..
$2.00
Kale - Lacinato - Italian Nero - Dinosaur
Lacinato, Italian Nero or Dinosaur. Whatever you call it it's Amazing! This unique heirloom's thick, crinkled leaves are a deep blue-green and an absolute standout in the garden. Sweet flavor, never strong or overbearing. Cold and heat tolerant in all zones. Maturity 48 Days     ..
$2.00
Kale - Portuguese, Tronchuda Beira
Portuguese Kale ~ Tronchuda Beira (approx 80 seeds/pack).  Tender, sweet, and much more heat tolerant than any other kale, this delicious specialty has a wonderful mild but rich flavor and easy culture. 18 inch tall heads of paddle-shaped, blue-green leaves. ..
$3.55
Kale - Walking Stick
Walking Stick kale is the stuff of legend. We remember reading about this fascinating plant in the seed catalogs of yesteryear. Also known as Tall Jacks, Jersey Cabbage or Cow Cabbage, this extra-tall kale is said to grow up to 20 feet in its native range, with an average of 6-12 feet in our gardens. Grown in Europe for centuries, mostly on the island of Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands, where its long sturdy stalks were varnished and turned into canes. The leaves are also considered..
$6.50
Leek - Alto - Organic
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$3.50
Lettuce - Buttercrunch - Organic
Buttercrunch lettuce rewards you with superb taste and texture. The beginning of a great salad. These seeds can be sown as early as the soil can be worked. May be planted every 2 to 3 weeks until late spring. Butterhead type lettuce. Tolerates some light shade. Maturity 65 Days     ..
$2.70
Lettuce - Freckles - Organic
Heirloom.An unusual bright green romaine with crimson splashes. Upright growth, early coloring and crisp texture make this an excellent choice for both baby leaf and full-sized heads. Heat tolerant with a similar texture to Jericho or Pirat. See baby leaf photo on page 47. For baby or full size • Heat tolerant. (Lactuca sativa). Maturity 28 days baby/55 days full size.   ..
$3.50
Mache - Lambs Lettuce - Corn Salad
The oval leaves of mild, nutty-flavored mache (lamb's lettuce or corn salad) form fist-sized rosettes. Cold-hardy and mildew-resistant with melt-in-your-mouth texture.    ..
$3.00
Melon - Watermelon - Crimson Sweet - Organic
Quality and reliability in a classic oblong melon with juicy sweet flesh. An excellent variety for gardeners and growers alike, with vibrant red, firm, fine-textured flesh and silver and dark green striping. Resistant to Fusarium wilt and anthracnose. Disease-resistant · 15-25 lbs (Citrullus lanatus). Days to maturity: 85 days ..
$3.50
Melon - Watermelon - Doll Babies Icebox Mix - Organic
Renee's mix of small, crispy-sweet, heirloom “ice box” watermelons with either pinky-red or yellow flesh. Vines are strong growers, with tough and crack resistant rinds. (approx. 45 seeds/pack). Maturity 68-80 days. STARTING SEEDLINGS OUTDOORS: Melons need full sun, rich soil and warm temperatures. Plant only when weather is warm and nights stay above 50°F (10°C). Make slightly rounded hills 2 feet in diameter and 5 feet apart. Sow 5 or 6 seeds 1 inch deep and 4 inches..
$4.35
Melon - Watermelon - Sugar Baby - Organic
Excellent short-season variety with reliable yields of sweet, juicy melons. The standard for small watermelons! Perfectly round fruits range from 7-8.5” in diameter with a solid green rind and deep red flesh. Our strain has been selected for cool growing conditions and high yields. Drought-tolerant • 6-12 lbs. (Citrullus lanatus). Maturity 75 days. ..
$3.50
Moringa
Easy to grow as an annual in the North! Moringa contains 46 antioxidants, 18 amino acids & is a complete protein. This is a very special dwarf variety from India. Unlike other varieties of moringa, this tree will remain short and is very well suited to container growing, which makes growing it in the U.S. much easier. Moringa is native to the tropics and the subtropics; container growing will allow you to bring your tree inside for the winter. This plant is prized for its very high-pro..
$5.00
Mustard - Mizuna - Organic
A mild Japanese green with slender white stems and bright green leaves. Mild in flavor, this variety is good for stir-fries, salads, sandwiches and soups. Harvest outer leaves or the whole plant at any stage. ..
$3.50
Okra - Burgundy - Organic
The pods and stems are a beautiful, deep-red. Very tender and delicious. Highly ornamental and tasty! Maturity 65 Days.     ..
$3.50
Okra - Clemson Spineless 80 - Organic
Spineless variety with beautiful emerald green pods. Improved variety is more productive and earlier than its 1939 All American Selection-winning predecessor, Clemson Spineless. Plants reach 4-5' in height and have an open habit, making harvesting very easy. Productive · 3-4" pods (Abelmoschus esculentus). Maturity 55 Days.   ..
$3.50
Pac Choy - Shanghai Green - Organic
The Best Open Pollinated baby pac choy out there. Dark green, spoon-shaped leaves with wide, light green midribs and mild flavor. Shanghai forms densely packed, vase-like heads. Plants can be spaced closely for baby choy, which is in demand with top Asian chefs for its tenderness and mild flavor. Uniform shape • 5-6” tall. (B. rapa). Maturity 25 days baby/45 days full size.   ..
$3.50
Parsnip - White Gem
White Jem Parsnip. Specially bred by Suttons, Parsnip White Gem is highly recommended for use on all soils. Shorter roots than Tender and True, with fine, white smooth skin. Considerable resistance to canker. Culture: Sow late February-May outdoors in well-cultivated ground manured for a previous crop. Lift for use as required. 32-36 weeks maturity. (approx. 600 seeds/pack)   ..
$3.00
Pea - Laxton's Progress #9 - Organic
Laxton's Progress #9 English Shell Pea.‚Äč A leading garden pea with short vines and plump pods that hold dark-green peas of excellent quality. Small 15-20” plants produce heavy yields of long pods with up to nine peas per pod (hence the name). An improvement over the original Laxton’s Progress with a high resistance to wilt. Compact plants • 4-5” pods. (Pisum sativum). Maturity 60 days. ..
$3.50
Pea - Thai Double Blue Butterfly Pea
Edible blue flowered vining plant native to Southeast Asia. Gorgeous, huge, double blue blooms make a natural food dye and soothing tea to calm the nerves. This double flowered type was found in Thailand, where the blooms are used to dye everything from teas to rice and desserts. A gorgeous ornamental edible flower, the vines are smothered in dazzling indigo petals. Our favorite kid-friendly drink; when you add a drop of lemon to the deep blue tea, the color instantly turns a bright pink, like..
$6.00
Peanut - Valencia
(Arachis hypogaea) 110 days. A treasured heirloom that has been grown since before 1930, each pod contains from 2-5 red-skinned, mild, sweet kernels. A Valencia type, earlier than the Virginia strains. Superior for roasting or boiling. Culture: Sow 1–2 in. deep, 6–12 in. apart, in rows 30–36 in. apart, thinning to 12 in. apart. If planting in hills, plant 3 nuts per hill, 10–12 in. apart in hills 2–3 ft. apart. Loose, well-drained soil is important for good germi..
$2.80
Pepper - hot - Carolina Reaper
120 days. Believed to be the hottest pepper in the world, the Carolina Reaper is a serious scorcher! For those extreme pepper eaters, Carolina Reaper is a must. For those less adventurous, they make a great conversation piece in the garden. These devious little peppers are fiery red with a little scythe shaped tail at the base of many fruit, hence the name reaper. The heat rating on these monsters can be over 1,500,000 Scovilles; in comparison the spicy habanero is a mere 100,000 Scoville! ..
$6.50
Pepper - hot - Fish
An African-American heirloom popular in the Philadelphia/Baltimore region. A pre-1947 variety that was used in fish and shellfish cookery. The color of the fruit range from green, orange, brown, white and red, being spicy and hot. What really makes this pepper stand out is its wonderful foliage, as the 2-feet tall plants have stunning white and green mottled leaves, which makes this variety superb for ornamental and edible landscaping. 80 Days (approx 25 seeds/pk)     ..
$4.50
Pepper - HOT - Magnum Habanero - Organic
Typical habanero with bonnet shape and a gorgeous bright orange color. Uniformity and productivity are top notch, producing loads of shiny scorching peppers. Plants are tall, well branched and tolerant of cool conditions, ensuring maturity in cooler climates. A true stand-out and improved variety. Orange Habanero · SHU 210,000 · 1-2" fruits (Capsicum chinense). Maturity 80 days green/100 days orange. ..
$3.50
Pepper - HOT - Ring-O-Fire Cayenne - Organic
“And it burns, burns, burns,” just like Johnny Cash said. This is a hot, hot pepper, an improvement over our Red Cayenne, which it replaces. Ring-O-Fire matures earlier and has a glossy sheen with a fire engine red color. Prolific and dependable. Cayenne • SHU 20,000 • 4” fruits. (Capsicum annuum). Maturity 45 days green/60 days red. ..
$3.50
Pepper - hot - Scotch Bonnet
Attractive, golden-yellow, squat little peppers with a shocking heat and superb fruit-like flavor. They also have a wonderful, unique aroma. A standard in Caribbean cooking! Wonderful, but very spicy-- please use caution. (approx 25 seeds/pk)     ..
$5.50
Pepper - HOT - Shishito - Organic
Small, mild Japanese pepper for roasting, pan-frying and grilling. Thin walls blister and char easily when roasted or grilled, taking on rich flavor that is delicious with coarse salt and lemon juice. Pepper lore has it that the occasional fruit will display heat. Typically harvested and used green, but eventually turns orange and red with sweeter flavor. Prolific! Spreading habit. 2-4" mild fruits. Scoville heat units (SHU): 50 – 200. Very mild. ..
$3.50
Pepper - HOT - Thai Chile Duo
Thai Chile Duo is a combination of two Thai hot pepper varieties. Full Moon,Orange & Red Vesuvious. They are beautiful chiles for authentic Thai cooking. Full Moon ripens bright orange with medium hot-sweet pungency. Red Vesuvious have that nutty, incendiary flavor for the hottest dishes.  Maturity 85 Days (approx. 53 seeds/pack) STARTING SEEDLINGS: In early spring, start indoors about 2 months before night temperatures stay reliably 50-55°F (10- 13°C). So..
$3.55
Pole Bean -  Blue Lake
Blue Lake Pole produces dark green, smooth, round that are tender and meaty. Pole beans produce longer from a single seeding than any other varieties. Provide support for the vines and they climb! Maturity 55 Days. How To Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at least 16 C (60 F). Sow 2.5 cm..
$2.70
Pole Bean -  Urizun Japanese Winged Bean
An early maturing and supremely delicious winged bean from Japan. This highly adaptable winged bean variety is not day length sensitive, making it an excellent choice for a wide range of growing areas. Winged beans are native to equatorial Asia. Baker Creek’s founder, Jere Gettle, first encountered winged beans on a trip to Thailand. Being a tropical crop from the equator, the winged bean typically takes a long season to flower, only setting pods just before frost in our Missouri climate..
$5.50
Pole Bean - Chinese Light Green Long Bean
This noodle bean reaches 20-30 inches long! Fun for kids’ gardens or dramatic effect in edible landscaping. The impossibly long pods make a statement in the garden, dripping chandelier-like from lush vines and seeming to growing inches a day! Beyond its ornamental value, the beans are tender, flavorful and highly nutritious -- high in vitamin B, C, and protein. The plants love the intense heat of summer, producing profusions of pods as the temperatures creep into the high 90s. &..
$4.50
Pole Bean - Chinese Red Noodle
This is the most stunning and unique bean I have grown yet. Fantastic, deep red, 18” pods are so delicious and full of nutrition, and they even keep most of their color when sauteed! Long vines produce all summer and do well under many conditions. This incredible variety will draw lots of attention in your home garden or at market. We are so excited to offer this unique, Chinese ethnic variety that produces fairly early. Small red seeds. 80 Days. ..
$4.50
Pole Bean - Emerite French Fillet - Haricot Verts - Organic
Elegant, classic French "haricot verts" pole beans with especially slim, long rounded pods. Flavor is beany-sweet, delicate, and Emerite's tall vines are vigorous and high yielding. Perfect for gourmet gardeners or any bean lover! Maturity 60 Day's  START SEEDS OUTDOORS: In late spring, once night temperatures stay securely above 55°F (13°C), plant seeds in well-worked, fertile soil in full sun. Erect strong stakes, tripod poles or trellis at..
$4.35
Pole Bean - Kentucky Wonder Yellow Wax
An old heirloom pole variety with 6" to 9", slightly curved, oval beans of golden yellow. Plants are very prolific and bear over a long time. Stringless, beans can be used fresh as a snap or dry as a shelling bean. Maturity 67 Day's How To Grow The growth requirements for pole beans are mostly the same as bush beans. The main difference is pole beans need to be grown on trellises, open weave fencing, nylon bean netting strung between supports or on bamb..
$2.00
Pole Bean - Painted Lady Runner
(Phaseolus coccineus) EXCLUSIVE - This rare ornamental runner bean is a true antique, dating back to the 19th century. The vines readily climb 8 to 10 feet up any vertical support, creating a wonderful flowering screen. Painted Lady’s edible blossoms are uniquely bicolored with coral and creamy pink petals, especially pretty against the deep green foliage. Let some flat bean pods mature and enjoy their wonderfully marked mocha and chocolate bean seeds displayed handsomely in glass jars fo..
$3.35
Pole Bean - Rattlesnake- Organic
Picked fresh, beans are round and dark green with unusual purple streaks that fade when cooked. Shelled beans are beige, with rattlesnake streaks when fully dry. Signature addition for roadside stands and farmers markets. Streaked seeds.       ..
$3.50
Pole Bean - Sunset Runner, Phaseolus coccineus
This runner bean should be grown for the flowers! Once you grow it, you will want more and more. It produces clusters of gorgeous peach-pink blooms. The flowers will then produce an abundant crop of delicious beans that can be eaten raw or cooked or freeze, can or dry them. Eat beans when young or keep for drying.     ..
$4.75
Pumpkin - Big Max - Organic
Look for help when it's time to bring these beauties in from the garden. "Big Max" lives up to his name by producing large pumpkins, reliably in the 20kg (44 lbs) range. When growing conditions are ideal, this pumpkin will produce fruit that weigh more than 45kg (100lbs) measuring in at 175cm (70") in diameter. Fruit tends to have a "flattened" appearance. The skin is pinkish orange and very thick. 'Big Max' is usually listed as C. maxima rather than C. pepo...
$1.89
Pumpkin - Dill's Atlantic Giant
The uniqueness of the variety lies in its capacity to produce fruits larger than those produced by any other plant in the world, exceeding 6 feet (1.8 m) in diameter. The heaviest Atlantic Giant on record weighed 2,032 pounds (922 kg) and was grown by Tim Mathison in 2012. How To Grow Pumpkin is a hot weather crop. They need full sun and deep, rich, well drained, organic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6.5. Before planting, work in lots of compost. Sow seed directly ou..
$3.00
Pumpkin - Fairytail, Musquee de Provence
This French heirloom is possibly the ultimate pumpkin. Delicious flavor from, deeply ribbed & sumptuous, buff color 20 lb. fruits. The firm flesh is a rich shade of orange. Originally from Provence in the South of France. Maturity 100 days. How To Grow Pumpkin is a hot weather crop. They need full sun and deep, rich, well drained, organic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6.5. Before planting, work in lots of compost. Sow seed directly outdoors in late May through ea..
$2.80
Pumpkin - Jack Be Little
Terrific for decorations and eating. These charming little orange pumpkins are 3-4 inches across, somewhat flattened and ribbed, with small, strong stems. Short 5 foot vines produce 6-12 of these fascinating miniature pumpkins. Maturity 95 days. How To Grow Pumpkin is a hot weather crop. They need full sun and deep, rich, well drained, organic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6.5. Before planting, work in lots of compost. Sow seed directly outdoors in late May through early June ..
$3.00
Pumpkin - Lumina
The ghost and goblins will be hanging around your pumpkin patch well before Halloween if they discover the large white pumpkins this variety produces. Growing to 20-25cm (8-10") in diameter and weighing in at 5-7kg (11-15lbs), these globular shaped pumpkins are perfect for carving or for painting designs on. Harvest in September for better white colour as environmental stress may cause a blue tinge on the skin. Maturity 95 days. How To Grow Pumpkin is a hot weather crop. ..
$2.80
Pumpkin - Peanut - Galeux d'Eysines
Galeux d'Eysines an elegant old French heirloom has been remamed to Peanut Pumpkin for the American market. This stunning squash has beautiful salmon-peach colored skin covered with peanut shell-like warts caused by sugar in the skin. Traditionally used in France for soups and sauces, when cooked, the sweet, orange flesh is as smooth as velvet. Each flattened squash weighs 10-15 pounds and can store for up to 6 months. Definitely a show stopper in the garden or on th..
$4.75
Radish - Cherry Belle - Organic
Classic, smooth red bunching radish with attractive crispy white flesh. Uniform roots are much less subject to pithiness than other radishes. Easy and fast to grow, with strong , widely adaptable tops. All American Selections winner in 1949. Easy to grow • Uniform 3/4-1” roots. (Raphanus sativus) Maturity 25 days.   ..
$2.70
Radish - Easter Egg - Organic
Radishes in a rainbow of colors-red, white, and purple-all grow from the same packet. Excellent interior quality; these 3/4-1 inch globes remain firm, crisp, and tender well beyond the stated maturity. Great choice for the children's garden or your gourmet salads. Maturity 30 Days   ..
$2.70
Radish - French Breakfast - Organic
Classic, smooth red bunching radish with attractive crispy white flesh. Uniform roots are much less subject to pithiness than other radishes. Easy and fast to grow, with strong , widely adaptable tops. All American Selections winner in 1949. Easy to grow • Uniform 3/4-1” roots. (Raphanus sativus) Maturity 26 days. Radish like cold weather so plant some early.  Very  easy & fast to grow.   ..
$2.70
Radish - Miyashige Daikon - Organic
Popular Japanese radish that can grow very large while remaining crisp and tender.Pure white roots with pale green shoulders when exposed to sun. Excellent for pickling, fermenting or storage. Strong taproots often used as a cover crop to break up hardpan and lighten heavy soils. Fall crop · Stores well · Large 2-6 lb roots (Raphanus sativus). Maturity 50 days. ..
$3.50
Radish - Watermelon/Chinese Red  Meat - Organic
Watermelon Radish ~ Chinese Red Meat Radish. Aka - The colorful "Beauty Heart" radish of historic China. Whatever you call it the 4-inch round roots have white and green skin, but the magic is in their rose-red center which is so sweet, crisp, and delicious. A good radish to add color to salads and stir-fries; must be grown in cool weather and does best when fall planted. This is the radish for those who want a crunchy mild tasty radish - not too spicy. This is..
$3.50
Salsify - Mammoth Sandwich Island
Delicious in soups. 2 for 1; creamy oyster flavoured roots and succulent spring greens. Tastes like: Parsnip, potato, artichoke. Combining the sugary flavour of roast parsnips with a silky creaminess that is altogether a more rich dairy treat than root vegetables, this old-school Victorian favourite should be mandatory growing for any veggie gardner. Infinitely easier to grow than carrots, parsnips or pretty much any other root veg, the plants are as generous as they are resilient, offer..
$3.00
Squash - Summer - Benning's Green Tint Patty Pan - Organic
Easy-to-grow pale green fruits that mature to a creamy white. Bushy plants provide good yields of saucer-shaped fruits with scalloped edges. No formally noted virus resistance, but has shown field resistance in our trials. Patty pan-type • Bushy habit • Harvest at 2-3” diameter. (Cucurbita pepo). Maturity 52 days. Heirloom       ..
$3.50
Squash - Summer - Success PM Straightneck - Organic
Prolific, disease-resistant plants with smooth, uniform, and attractive fruit. A breakthrough in OP summer squash, high yielding in our trials, with over three months of abundant, disease-free harvest. Released by High Mowing Organic Seeds and Cornell Universities Vegetable Breeding Institute. Uniform shape • Harvest at 6-7”. (Cucurbita pepo) Maturity 50 days. Maturity 45 Days   ..
$3.50
Squash - Summer - Zucchini Dark Green - Organic
Vigorous variety produces good yields of straight, smooth marketable fruits. An open-pollinated variety best suited to the home garden, with abundant yields of lightly mottled dark green fruits. Pale greenish-white, firm flesh. Bush habit • Harvest at 6-8”. (Cucurbita pepo). Maturity 50 days.         ..
$2.70
Squash - Winter - Blue Hubbard
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Squash - Winter - Delicata - Organic
Superbly sweet, tender flesh unique to Delicata. The only winter squash that can be eaten with skin on, after baking or boiling. Our strain has been selected since 2001 for uniformity of size, shape and color as well as yield of sweet, soft-shelled fruit. Uniform fruit • 1-1.5 lbs. (Cucurbita pepo). Maturity 95 days.     ..
$3.50
Squash - Winter - Honey Boat Delicata
One of the sweetest squash varieties in existence! This "sweet potato" sweet squash is an oblong, Delicata-shaped squash h tan skin with green stripes. Excellent quality and produces early. 95 Days to Maturity.     ..
$4.00
Squash - Winter - Iran
(C. maxima) One of the most unusual and beautiful squashes you will ever see! It took several years to get this variety into the catalog. Collected in 1940 in the northeastern Iranian city of Torbat-e-Heydarieh and preserved at the USDA seed bank ever since. Not known to the public until a few years ago, when our friend Glenn Drowns introduced it. This squash is super ornamental, with its unique, foam-green rind that’s mottled in soft peachy orange. Round and slightly ribbed fruit is med..
$4.25
Squash - Winter - Red Kuri - Organic
Red Kuri Winter Squash (C. Maxima) Organic. Orange-red, teardrop-shaped squash have a sweet flavour and smooth, dry flesh. Plants produce 2-3 kg. fruit that ripen even in short season gardens. Has lots of eye appeal and is great for market. Also known as Baby Red Hubbard or Orange Hokkaido. Very high in beta-carotene. 95 days to Maturity.   ..
$3.50
Squash - Winter - Waltham Butternut - Organic
By far the most widely-grown open pollinated Butternut with delicious, finely textured dark orange flesh. Uniform fruits with smooth, tan skin that is easily peeled with a potato peeler. Our strain has been selected for uniformity of size, shape and yields. Excellent keeper if cured properly. Stores well • Vining • Uniform, 4-5 lb fruits. (Cucurbita moschata). Maturity 105 days.   ..
$2.70
Swiss Chard -  Rhubarb
Long crimson stems and green foliage. An attractive ornamental plant in the flower border. As an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene) and the mineral manganese, and a good source of the mineral zinc, Swiss chard offers an outstanding variety of conventional antioxidants. ..
$2.00
Swiss Chard - Fordhook Giant - Organic
Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard - 25 days baby, 50 days full size. Tender, crinkled, bright green leaves can be used as baby greens or grown to full size and bunched. One sowing will provide greens all season long. The thick, succulent white stems can be cooked on their own, try them breaded and baked or fried. Good source of fibre and vitamins C, A, B6, riboflavin, magnesium, potassium, iron, copper and folic acid.   ..
$3.50
Swiss Chard - Rainbow - Organic
Rainbow Chard is a colorful, long-standing Chard with green leaves and crunchy stalks that show off in a rainbow colors, including yellow, orange, red, pink & cream. Maturity 25-55 Days   ..
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Tomatillos - Toma Verde - Organic
Early variety with tart flavor when young, becoming sweeter as it ripens. Medium to large size fruits are ready to harvest when husks split and fruit color changes from a yellowgreen to medium green. Perfect for Salsa Verde or as a special addition to any Mexican dish. Semi-determinate • Uniform fruit. (Physalis ixocarpa). Maturity 60 days.   ..
$3.50
Tomato - Brad's Atomic Grape
Meet our favorite new tomato! Elongated, variable-sized cherry tomatoes grow in clusters (some to plum-size), displaying an amazing array of color: lavender and purple stripes, turning a technicolor olive-green, red, and then brown/blue stripes when fully ripe. Fruits hold well on the vine or off. Crack-resistant, extraordinarily sweet and packed with full-on tomato flavour. ..
$6.25
Tomato - Starlight Grape Yellow - Organic
From the Galaxy series of tomatoes comes a vigorous viner that produces heavy yields of golden yellow sweet fruits that are almost pear-shaped.       ..
$3.50
Turnip - Tokyo Market - Organic
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Wonderberry
(Solanum burbankii) 75 days. Developed by Luther Burbank. Tasty, small, blue-purple fruit good fresh or cooked. Small plants produce good yields in about 75 days. An historic heirloom that is easy to grow. Similar to the Garden Huckleberry   ..
$4.25
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