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Amaranth Seeds - Love Lies Bleeding

Amaranthus caudatus Gorgeous maroon draping flowers on 3-4' plants with edible green leaves. Often grown as an ornamental to hang over the garden fence or for bouquets. Full sun. Summer...

Amaranth Seeds - Red Garnet

Amaranthus cruentus Jewel-toned plants are best harvested young for tasty salad greens or to be sauteed like spinach. If grown to maturity, plants reach 6 to 8 feet tall and...

Artichoke Seeds - Green Globe

Cynara scolymus HEIRLOOM. The classic, most popular artichoke variety. Beautiful plants grow up to 6 feet tall with arching silver-green foliage. The large, edible flower buds grow to 3 to...

Beet Seeds - Bull's Blood

Beta vulgaris HEIRLOOM. This variety will grace your garden with the deepest purple-red leaves of any beet! The sweet and tender baby greens look great in a salad, and the...

Beet Seeds - Cylindra

Beta vulgaris HEIRLOOM. The best beet for pickles! This heirloom from Denmark is also known as “Butter Slicer” because of its tender, smooth texture. Long, uniform, carrot-like roots make for...

Beet Seeds - Detroit Dark Red

Beta vulgaris HEIRLOOM. Our most popular beet! A consistent producer for canning, juicing, pickling, or roasting, with uniform, 3-inch burgundy roots and bright green leaves. This old reliable heirloom was...

Beet Seeds - Early Wonder

Beta vulgaris HEIRLOOM. This quick-growing variety has been prized for its abundant greens and high-quality, 3-inch roots since 1911. Its short time to harvest makes it ideal for succession sowing...

Beet Seeds - Lutz Green Leaf

Beta vulgaris Also called "Winter Keeper," this red-fleshed beet with pale green tops is famous for its sweetness, long-storage quality, and tenderness even when large (up to 6” across!) Plant...

Broccoli Seeds - Di Ciccio, ORGANIC

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. You won’t find this beloved old Italian variety in the produce section of your supermarket, which makes it even more exciting to grow at home! Compact, 2...

Broccoli Seeds - Green Sprouting Calabrese

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. This variety came to the United States in the late 1800s with Italian immigrants, and has been a favorite among gardeners ever since! Uniform plants produce a...

Brussels Sprouts Seeds - Catskill

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. This highly productive dwarf variety was introduced in 1941 by Arthur White of Arkport, NY. It has become a prized favorite for its large, 2-inch diameter, super-flavorful...

Brussels Sprouts Seeds - Long Island Improved

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. This reliable, heavy-yielding variety has been a favorite since its introduction in the late 1800s. Compact, 20-inch-tall plants produce 50 to 100 large, tightly headed, dark green...

Bush Bean Seeds - Blue Lake 274

Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM. Blue Lake 274 is a well-loved and reliable, classic green bean. Its heavy yield arrives all at once, making it a favorite for canning and freezing, but...

Bush Bean Seeds - Cherokee Wax

Phaseolus vulgaris This old favorite was introduced by Clemson University in 1947, and won the All-America Selections Award the following year. It’s been a reliable staple in gardens for decades...

Bush Bean Seeds - Dragon Tongue

Expected to be back in stock by May Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM. A fanciful name for a fanciful bean! This beautiful variety originated in the Netherlands in the 18th century, and...

Bush Bean Seeds - Tendergreen ORGANIC

Expected to be back in stock by July Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM'. This wonderful variety has been trusted for reliable and abundant production of tender, stringless pods since its introduction in...

Drying Bean Seeds - Arikara Yellow

Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM A prolific bushy variety. Plants produce yellow-tan seeds that are great for baking. Has a good drought tolerance. Seeds were originally grown by the Arikara tribe of...

Drying Bean Seeds - Black Turtle

Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM Classic frijoles negros widely used all over the Americas, especially in black bean soup. These beans are easy to grow, dry and harvest. Half-runner plants will sprawl...

Drying Bean Seeds - Tiger Eye

Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM. Rich, meaty flavor that cooks up soft every time with skins so thin they seem to disappear! Beans are a lovely amber color with dark striping and...

Drying Bean Seeds - Whipple ORGANIC

Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM -Although its exact history is lost to time, this old family heirloom is named after the pioneering family who settled in Oregon's Willamette Valley in the mid-19th...

Lima Bean Seeds - Henderson Bush

Phaseolus lunatus HEIRLOOM It's no wonder these have been around since the 1880s. Reliable producer of buttery white lima beans under a variety of growing conditions. Bushy habit and long...

Mary Washington Asparagus Seeds

Asparagus officinalis HEIRLOOM Strong growing variety produces long, thick spears in May and June. Rust resistant, vigorous, sweet, tender and succulent. Perennial. NOTE: Asparagus grown from seed typically takes 4-5 years to...