Seeds

Showing 41–60 of 115 results

  • Herb Gardening Pack

    $12.50
    Add to cart

    Herb gardening is a great way to grow versatile plants that are useful for culinary use and even have medicinal benefits.

    This seed pack provides a mix of the most commonly used herbs that work well for kitchen gardens and containers.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Kale Lacinato

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    This kale is heavily savoyed (bumpy) with dark green, almost black, leaves. The strap-shaped leaves are not curly like regular kale, and add an interesting texture and color to salads. If using in soup, add kale at the end to avoid overcooking. This variety is a primitive, open kale traced to Tuscan origins.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Kale Red Russian

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Biennial Heirloom. This rare, gourmet variety has red-purple veins on slate-green, wavy-margined leaves. Cool weather intensifies its color. Steamed lightly, the frilly leaves make an attractive garnish. If using in soup, add kale at the end to avoid overcooking.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Leek Carentan

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Carentan Leeks have long, thick stems (2 inches across); vigorous and fast growing; delicate, deliciously mild flavor; great fresh or cooked. The Carentan leek was mentioned by Vilmorin in 1885. An old European favorite that is becoming rare. Very adaptable and yields are good.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Gourmet Lettuce Mix

    Lettuce Gourmet Mix

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    This gourmet lettuce mix includes Red Salad Bowl (leaf), Henderson’s Black Seeded Simpson (leaf), Buttercrunch (head), and Paris Island Cos (romaine).

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Lettuce Henderson’s Black Seeded Simpson

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    This leaf lettuce with large, loose, light-green, lightly crumpled leaves is a popular standard among green-leaf lettuces. Its inner leaves blanch nearly white. The plant is large and upright, and is slow to bolt. It withstands heat, drought, and frost.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Lettuce Little Gem

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    This romaine lettuce grows 6″ high with a thick, sweet heart. It’s perfect for individual salads and sandwiches. This popular variety is easy to grow and holds well for a prolonged harvest.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Lettuce May Queen

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Early maturing butterhead lettuce for the earliest spring plantings. Pale green heads are tinged with red, and the sweet, pale yellow hearts have a pink blush to them. A wonderful 19th century heirloom.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Lettuce Mereveille Des Quatre Saisons

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    This head lettuce is an unusual French Bibb variety. It is a ruby-red butter lettuce with tightly folded, green hearts. It has excellent flavor in hot weather with crisp yet tender leaves, but tends to bolt. This variety was introduced in 1885.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Lettuce Tom Thumb

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    An heirloom lettuce that dates to the 1850’s. It makes small cabbage-like green heads, only 3-4″ across. Very tasty!

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Lettuce Tricolor Romaine Mix

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    This Romaine Lettuce mix is a tri-color blend of equal parts of the heirloom lettuces Silvia, Vivian, and Freckles. Silvia has sweet tender hearts and striking burgundy leaves. Vivian is a medium green romaine noted for its texture which is similar to a Bibb type lettuce. Freckles is a tender, long-standing bi-color romaine. The seeds are not color coded.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • African Marigold

    Marigold African

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    A low growing border plant with bright colored flowers in yellow, orange, and red. Flowers (and leaves) are edible and taste similar to watercress, add them to salad for a punch of color. Prefers cool, mild conditions. Easy to grow and blooms quickly. Thin to 6″ – 12″ apart. Pack covers approximately 10 sq ft if broadcast.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Ananas D'Amerique A Chair Verte melon

    Melon Ananas D’Amerique A Chair Verte

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Historic heirloom variety grown by Thomas Jefferson in 1794.  A wonderful variety that has become very rare. The fruit have netted skin and light green flesh that is firm, sweet and highly perfumed. Productive plants can be trained up a trellis.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Casaba Sungold Melon

    Melon Casaba Sungold

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Sungold is the earliest ripener of the casaba melons, making it a good choice for short-season summers. Developed by a professor at the University of New Hampshire, the melon is 7″-8″ long, acorn-shaped with a yellow-green rind, and weighs 6-9 lbs. Popular for its luscious flesh that is sweet and a bit spicy.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Sierra Gold Melon

    Melon Sierra Gold

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Sierra Gold Melons have heavy netting and indistinct ribs. Their sweet and juicy gold colored flesh is thick around a characteristically small seed cavity. The melons grow to 6″ in diameter and weigh in between 2-3 pounds. The vines produce heavy foliage which is resistant to powdery mildew and are tolerant of sulfur.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Mixed Greens Seed Pack

    $18.00
    Add to cart

    This is a great variety of healthy greens you can grow outdoors or indoors, in pots, or in even a greenhouse or cold frame. Use most as fresh greens in salads, and cook the collards, kale, chard, and spinach for tasty cooked greens.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Nasturtium Dwarf Jewel Mix

    $3.25
    Add to cart

    A low growing border plant with bright colored flowers in yellow, orange, and red. Flowers (and leaves) are edible and taste similar to watercress, add them to salad for a punch of color. Prefers cool, mild conditions. Easy to grow and blooms quickly. Thin to 6″ – 12″ apart. Pack covers approximately 10 sq ft if broadcast.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Okra Burgundy

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Burgundy okra has green leaves with burgundy stems, leaf ribs, and branches. The burgundy-colored 6″-8″ long pods turn green when cooked. Okra is used as the thickening agent in Cajun gumbo, but it also can be boiled, broiled, fried, roasted, steamed, canned, or pickled. Use dried pods in flower arrangements! Okra has attractive, edible flowers.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Okra Clemson Spineless

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    This spineless variety of okra is the most popular. The 4′-5′ tall plants produce medium-green pods measuring 3″-9″ long. Clemson 80 is earlier and higher yielding than Clemson Spineless. Okra is used as the thickening agent in Cajun gumbo, but it also can be boiled, broiled, fried, roasted, steamed, canned, or pickled. Use dried pods in flower arrangements! The plant has attractive, edible flowers.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist
  • Onion Tropeana Lunga

    $2.75
    Add to cart

    Long, tall bulbs are unique and popular with Mediterranean chefs. Harvest this gorgeous onion in mid-summer for your own delight or sell this winner for top prices at market. They are a lovely shade of red. This heirloom from Tropea is rare in America.

    Add to Wishlist
    Add to Wishlist