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Vegetables
 
These are super easy to grow and an excellent activity for children in growing and eating their vegetables!  They are high in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.  We offer a variety of vegetables to choose from.
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101 Heirloom Seed Packs
Excellent as a gift to a loved one or yourself! Gardening is the #1 Hobby in the U.S., give loved ones a gift that keeps on giving! Included are: Arugula, Asparagus, Barley, 4 different beans, 2 beets, broccoli, brussel sprouts, 4 cabbage, 3 cantaloupe, 4 carrot, cauliflower, celery, collards, 3 corn, cowpea, 4 cucumber, eggplant, endive, kale, kohlrabi, leek, 5 lettuce, melon, mustard, okra, 4 onion, parsley, parsnip, 2 pea, 5 pepper, 2 pumpkin, radicchio, 4 radish, rutabaga, rye, soybean, spinach, 3 squash, 2 swiss chard, tomatillo, 4 tomato, turnip, 2 watermelon, wheat, popcorn, 2 sprouting seeds, marigold, sunflower, and 12 herbs.
Price: $150.00
Arugula, Rocket Roquette
Heirloom. One of the most popular new greens for salad mixes, this one might be described as spicy or hot, with a hint of nut. Great fresh or steamed, on pizza, or in salad, and along with italian dishes. Plant a row once a week so you can have a continuous harvest. Harvest in 38 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Asparagus, Mary Washington
Heirloom. Perennial. Asparagus is the only common vegetable that grows wild along roadsides and railroad tracks over a large part of the country. A good asparagus bed will last from 20 to 30 years. Harvest in 68 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Bean, Bush Blue Lake
Dependable delicious variety for the home garden. Excellent quality that yields a heavy crop of tender, tasty beans. Ideal for table use, freezing or canning. Matures in 58 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Bean, Bush Jade
This bean variety has a vigorous, 18-22 inch upright bush habitat that produces huge yields of wonderful 5-7 inch, pencil straight pods. Most impressive is the ability to extend the season by producing quality dark green pods later in the season that other beans. Matures in 60 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Bean, Bush Kentucky Dreamer
Also known as Commodore beans. A standard for the home and market gardener. Tender, string less, round fleshy 8” pods with excellent flavor. Heavy yields over an extended period. Harvest in 54 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Bean, Bush Slenderette
Produces high yields of string less 5" long dark green beans. Excellent for freezing or canning. Harvest in 53 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Bean, Pencil Pod Black Wax
Stringless variety. Long straight light golden yellow beans with a 6 to 7” pods . Upright bush, sets good yields. Excellent fresh, frozen or canned. Extremely productive. Vigorous bush 14-21” tall plants are rust and mosaic resistant. Germination 14-21 days, sowing depth ½”, space seeds 3”, space rows 2 feet apart. 50-65 days to harvest. Old fashioned, favorite variety with high quality, string less, 5 to 7” long pods with fine flavor. Vigorous bush 14-21” tall. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Beans, Mung, Sprouts
Mung beans are used in both savory and sweet dishes, mainly in Chinese, Asian and Japan dishes. Harvest in 7 to 10 days. Distribue seeds evenly on seedling tray of sprouter. Follow sprouter directions as to amount of water with which to fill tray. Water daily until seeds have sprouted. Flush daily with clean water. Harvest and rinse well before serving. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Bean, Royal Burgandy
A superior, stringless round, purple pod bush variety. Turns green when cooked! Pods are smoother and straighter than similar types and the bush habit is more erect which makes it easier to pick. Exceptional flavor. Harvest in 50-55 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Bean, Yard Long
Vigna sesquipedalis. Yard Long beans are green pod--climbing--stringless, edible beans. They can be harvested as snap beans or dried beans. Perfect for eating fresh at about 1 foot long. To harvest as dried beans, let the pods fully mature rather than picking green. They have a very delicious flavor and their long 2-3 ft length makes them a conversatioin piece. Harvest in 70 to 80 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Beet, Cylindra
Sweet and tender flavor in all growth stages. This is the beet for beet lovers. It’s cylindrical shape permits higher productivity than regular beets. Perfect for slicing and pickling. The leaves are sweeter than other varieties and excellent greens. Harvest in 60 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Beet, Detroit Dark Red
This beet has round, deep red roots, tender and sweet, excellent for canning and freezing. Harvest in 55-60 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Bok Choy
Bok choy is also called Chinese cabbage. This Chinese vegetable is a cool weather vegetable. They do not do well during the heat of summer and, therefore, they do best in the spring and fall. You can get two crops a year, in the spring and in the fall. If you are planting bok choy indoors, you want to start it before the last frost and then transplant your growing bok choy two weeks later. This vegetable is great in soups, salads and stir-fries. It is very fresh, crisp and versatile. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Broccoli, Calabrese
An early broccoli of excellent quality for fresh use or for freezing. Forms 3 to 4" heads on numerous side shoots. Harvest in 70 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Broccoli, Romanesco
Heirloom. Romanesco's crisp, beautiful apple-green whorled heads impart an altogether pleasing, nutty taste. Most often enjoyed raw, the broccoli, if lightly cooked, will retain its flavor and unique texture. Harvest in 75-100 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Broccoli, Waltham 29
Heirloom. Brassica oleracea. An increasingly popular nutritious vegetable. Delicious when eaten raw, steamed, cooked or stir fried. Easy to grow and productive in the home garden. This variety grows well in cool climates. Harvest in 85 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Brussel Sprouts, Long Island Improved
Heirloom. Brassica oleracea. Brussel sprouts are like little cabbages. They grow in little 1 to 2 inch balls around a 20" plant spike. They will mature from the bottom up and can be hand picked as they ripen. Often grown so that it is harvested in the fall. Harvest in 80-90 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cabbage, Danish Ballhead
Heirloom. An excellent large cabbage growing 6-10 lb heads! Great for cold celler storing. Also great for kraut, slaw, or cooking. Harvest in 100 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cabbage, Early Golden Acre
A compact, small leafed variety of excellent quality. Head hardens early. Harvest in 60-65 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cabbage, Late Flat Dutch
Brassica oleracea. A standard giant head cabbage, producing large 10-15 lb heads that have a delicious flavor and store well. The leaves are excellent for wrapping and can be harvested while the head continues to grow. One of the best winter keepers. Harvest in 105 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cabbage, Michihili
This variety is a Chinese cabbage with mild, delicate flavor. The cylindrical, leafy head is used in Asian cuisine and as a substitute in any recipes needing cabbage. High in Vitamin C. Harvest heads after they firm up and are solid but not too hard. Cut just above the soil surface. Harvest in 75-80 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cabbage, Red Acre
Red acre cabbage produces heads about 5-6" across and weighs 2-3 lb. Full of healthy vitamins and minerals. Germination 6-10 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space plants 24” apart. 25 seeds. Full sun. 75 days to harvest.
Price: $2.50
Cabbage, Red Mammoth
A popular heirloom cabbage, known for it’s 7 to 8 lb heads and are typically 8-10” across. Red-purple to the core. Rated as a good keeper with a crisp sweet taste. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 24 to 36” apart. 110 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cantaloupe, Imperial 45
Big yields of round, netted melons with sweet, thick, salmon flesh. Keeps well. Tolerates hot and humid growing reas. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2” apart, space rows 4 feet apart. 87 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cantaloupe, Minnesota Midget
Heirloom. Compact vines grow to approximately 4 feet and set small fruit, 5 to 6" in diameter. The fruit weigh from 3/4 to 1 1/2 lbs. This melon has incredibly sweet orange flesh that is edible to the rind. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space plants 3 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 65-75 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Carrot, Atomic Red
A long, red carrot rich in vitamins and minerals. It is especially high in the anti-oxidant lycopene, which is also found in tomatoes. When raw, its roots are light pink and somewhat rough in appearance. When peeled and cooked, the carrots turn blood red in color. Its flavor and texture are also significantly improved by cooking. Germination 7 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 2” apart, grows 8” long. 76 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Carrot, Chantenay
This variety is noted for its rich rolor and sweet, crunchy thick flesh. Performs well in poor soil! Grows to approximately 5 1/2" long when mature. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2 to 3” apart, space rows 15” apart. 70 days to harvest. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Carrot, Cosmic Purple
Wonderful garden fresh carrots are delicious and fun to grow. Beautiful contrast of purple outside and orange inside when cut. Kids love them! Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 2” apart. Grows 6 to 8” long. 25 seeds. Full sun. 70 days to harvest.
Price: $2.50
Carrot, Danvers
This variety is often pureed for baby food and is an excellent choice for making juice. Produces a nice yield even in heavy soils. Germination 17 days, surface sow, space plants 1 to 3” apart. Grows up to 11” tall. 70-75 days to harvest. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Carrot, Danvers Half Long
Very uniform, heavy cropping carrot. Flesh is bright orange, tender and sweet. Excellent for table or freezing. Grows 7 to 7 1/2" long. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2 to 3” apart, space rows 12-15” apart. 70 days to harvest. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Carrot, Little FInger
An extremely tender and sweet baby carrot excellent for eating fresh, canned or pickled. Plant every 2 to 3 weeks until 2 months prior to first autumn frost. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth 1/8", space plants 1 to 2" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 60-65 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Carrot, Parisian
Heirloom. These uniform carrots are very deep, red-orange and smooth. If harvested when approximately 1 inch in size, they will be nearly coreless. The round, planet-shaped carrots are very sweet and have 9-10 inch tops. Holds color for freezing. For fresh carrots all season, plant every 3 weeks until 75 days before first frost. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Carrot, Rainbow Blend
Want to get your kids to eat their carrots? Plant this quick growing vegetable and have them pull up a color surprise! Mix of purple, yellow, red and white carrots are sure to delight! Germination 10-15 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 2” apart. Grows 7 to 9 inches long. 58 to 65 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Carrot, Scarlet Nantes
Popular, coreless carrot with a sweet flavor and attractive appearance. Germination up to 14 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 6” apart. Grows 6 to 7” long. 65 to 85 days to harvest. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cauliflower, Purple of Sicily
Plant this unusual purple heirloom cauliflower. Heads weigh 2-3 lb. Turns green when cooked. Easier to grow than the white varieties. Pick while heads are still hard. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth 1/4" deep, space plants 18" apart. Space rows 3 feet apart. Grows 12 to 18" tall. Full sun. Harvest in 52 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Cauliflower, Snowball X
Pure white heads are large, smooth and very solid. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2” apart, space rows 3 feet apart. 65-70 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Celery, Tall Utah
Apium graveolens. Plant produces high quality and tender crisp 11” tall stalks of celery. Excellent for celery sticks or salads. Disease resistant. Germination 10-17 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 18 to 24” apart. Stalks grow up to 22” tall. 25 seeds. Full sun. 120 days to harvest.
Price: $2.50
Collards, Vates Non Heading
One of the most nutritious of all the greens, it has a cabbage like flavor. Leaves tend to curl inward. Color varies from blue green to gray green. Frost resistant. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds 2” apart, space rows 2 feet apart. 70-75 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Corn, Golden Cross Bantam
Sweet. The ears are 8” long with 12 to 14 rows of tender kernels. High in vitamins A and B. Late variety. Germination days 7-10, sowing depth 1 to 1 ½”, space rows 3 feet apart, plants 12” apart. 20 seeds. Full sun. 88 days to harvest.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Aremenian
These cumbers are very thin and skinned and always mild. No more bitterness! A pale green color with corduroy like ribs. Excellent in salads or just all alone. No peeling needed. If grown on a trellis, will grow straight; if on the ground, will resemble a snake's coil. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 18 to 24" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 60 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Boston Pickling
Heirloom. Make your own pickles! This cucumber is a dark green, blunt ended fruit 5 to 6" long and 2 to 3" in diameter. Immensely productive too! Harvest frequently when the cucumbers are succulent and green. Try fresh from the garden or pickled! Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 36" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 55 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Lemon
Flavor is excellent, a bit sweeter than normal cucumbers. Excellent for salads and pickling. These lemon cucumbers can also be substituted in recipes calling for cucumbers. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 18” apart. All Zones. 65 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Marketmore 76
One of the best slicing cucumbers! Produces heavy, early crops of long cucumbers that can be pickled for dills when fruits are young. Germination 8 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 4 feet apart. 68 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Muncher
This high quality slicing variety is a standout for its early maturity, bitter free flavor and attractive, bright green glossy fruits. The 6 to 8 inch long fruits mature up to 2 wks earlier than other slicers with a mild flavor and crunchy texture. An excellent choice for fresh eating and for salads. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2 to 3” apart, space rows 6 feet apart. 45 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Satsuki Midori
Cucumis sativus. A very rare Asian variety. The slender fruits have tender skin and few seeds, growing 10 to 16" long. Extremely delicious and never bitter, this has quickly become one of our favorite slicing cucumbers. Cleaner skin and fruit appearance when trellised. Germination 4-12 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 3 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 60-70 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Spacemaster Bush
Heirloom. Extremely popular! The Spacemaster Bush is a real space saver because of its compact habit. Now anyone can grow cucumbers, even if you live in the city or in an apartment. Spacemaster is a dark green, smooth fruit about 7 to 8" in length. Yields more than most varities. Enjoy the cool flavor in summer salads and sandwiches. Keep picked for continued yeild. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/2" space plants 14" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 58 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Straight Eight
Heirloom. The most popular of all home garden cucumbers for slicing. Plants are extremely prolific, bearing dark green 8 inch cylindrical fruits. Grown on our farm, open pollinated. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 4 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 55 to 60 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Cucumber, Sumter
This variety is a favorite for making pickles of all sizes and for slicing. Productive, vigorous plants resist scab and tolerate cucumber mosaic. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth 1/2", space seeds 4" apart. Grows up to 5 feet tall. Full sun. Harvest in 56 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Eggplant, Black Beauty
One of the best all around eggplants for the home garden, are noted for their fine flavor and high quality. Germination 10-20 days, sowing depth ½”, space seeds ½” apart, space rows 2 feet apart. 65-70 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Endive, Green Curled Ruffec
Heirloom. The 15 inch, prostrate plant has large, curled, deeply cut leaves. Leaves are dark green and about the same size as leaf lettuce. Excellent greens for salad, but also boiled or steamed. Heart blanches to creamy white. Germination 6-10 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 12” apart. Full sun. Harvest in 95 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Garden Cress, Curled
Cress is a quick growing salad green or garnish. Use sprouts combined with sprouts of mustard plants as garnish to add zing to soups, salads and dressings. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2 inches apart. Grows 10-12” tall. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Kale, Dwarf Blue Curled
Brassica oleracea. Gorgeous finely curled blue green leaves hold their color even in severe cold. Uniform, low growing plants are 15” tall with a 20-35” spread. Entire plant can be used. The leaves can be added to soups or chopped up for salads. The buds and stems are often chopped up and added to stir fry's. Prefers cooler temps such as early spring or as a fall crop. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/8”, space seeds 1” apart. Grows 12 to 18” tall. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Kohlrabi, Early Purple Vienna
Try something new this year! Kohlrabi is a great vegetable, but not well known. It grows above ground and produces a bulb shaped edible portion about the size of a baseball or larger. Being a member of the cabbage family, it is sometimes called a Turnip Cabbage. It resembles a turnip, but grows on a stem above the ground and has a milder flavor. Taste and texture is similar to a water chestnut when raw or has best qualities of cabbage and turnip when cooked. Germination 5-17 days, sowing depth 1/4" deep, space plants 3 to 6" apart. Grows 10 to 16" tall. Full sun. Plant is ready when it is 2 to 2 1/2" across. Harvest in 62 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Kohlrabi, Early White Vienna
Healthy and tasty vegetable is light green and very smooth skinned. Germination 10 to 14 days, sowing depth ¼”, space seeds 4 to 5" apart. 55-60 days to harvest. Full sun. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Leek, American Flag
Leek has a mild onion-like taste. In its raw state, the vegetable is crunchy and firm. The edible portions of the leek are the white base of the leaves (above the roots and stem base), the light green parts, and to a lesser extent the dark green parts of the leaves. One of the most popular uses is for adding flavor to stock. The dark green portion is usually discarded because it has a tough texture, but they can be sauteed or added to stock. Great for soups, salads, and stews. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth 1", space plants 4" apart. Full sun. Harvest 130-140 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lettuce, Bibb
Heirloom. The loose heads formed by this variety show green or brownish outer leaves and cream or butter colored inner leaves. Start your seeds indoors in the spring and you'll have an early crop of delicious garden fresh lettuce for your salads. Bibb lettuce thrives in cooler weather but is also susceptible to frost. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 6" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 55-60 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lettuce, Buttercrunch
Heirloom. Compact butterhead-type head lettuce is productive, heat tolerant and slow to bolt. Mildly flavored leaves. Long-Lasting butterhead type head lettuce. This lettuce has a mild, sweet flavor, not bitter. Germination 8-10 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 12 to 18" apart. Harvest in 65 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lettuce, Grand Rapids Leaf
Early. This variety is hardy and disease resistant. Plants are large, upright and compact. Light green and large full leaves are tender and sweet. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth ¼” seep, space seeds 1” apart, space rows 15” apart. 40-60 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lettuce, Iceberg
Big, compact heads have succulent, curly leaves with a mild flavor. Tender and sweet, never tastes bitter. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds 1” apart, space rows 18” apart. 65-85 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lettuce, Italian Mix
Easy to grow, gourmet mixture of lettuce and salad greens for a colorful and tasty salad. Includes: Lettuce (Attrazione, Bionda, Foglia quercia rossa, Freckles, Marvel of 4 Seasons, Rossa di trento, Arugula), Chicory (Palla Rossa and Castelfranco), Endive (di Ruffec and Cornetto di Bordeaux), Spinach (Ricco d’Asti and Gigante di inverno, Swiss Chard Argentata). Germination instructions included. Sow every 2 weeks for continuous harvest. Full sun. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lettuce, Parris Island Romaine
This popular romaine has upright growth to 10 inches with large, thick medium green slightly rumpled leaves with creamy white centers. Tender, crisp and sweet flavored. It is tolerant to many lettuce diseases and is slow bolting. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ½”, plant seeds ½” apart. 65 days to harvest. Full sun. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lettuce, Super Red Romaine
Heirloom. This lettuce has long crunchy spoon shaped leaves that start green and turn to an intense red. Very intense colored romaine that is highly sought after. Leaves are 12" tall and the plant is about 10 to 12" wide. This lettuce is often used in Caesar salads for its crunch, flavor and color. This is a great seller at farmers markets for its color and holds up well under transport. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/8", space plants 12" apart. Harvest in 40 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Lima Bean, Henderson Bush
This variety is noted for its flavor. Plants have glossy green foliage and are very productive. Bean pods are 3” long with 3-4 seeds per pod. Dependable and very uniform in growth. Even though this is an early variety, the plants produce right up to frost. Excellent for canning, freezing, and table use. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 3” apart, space rows 2 feet apart. 65 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Melon, Honey Dew
Heirloom. Green flesh. Slightly round oval shape, typically 6 to 9” long. It generally ranges in weight from 4 to 8 lbs. The flesh is pale green in color while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Thick, juicy sweet flesh is often eaten for dessert. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth 1”, space plants 2 to 3 feet apart. 80 to 100 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Okra, Clemson Spineless
Heirloom. Okra is a popular health food due to its high fiber, vitamin C, and folate content. Okra is also known for being high in antioxidants and is also often eaten as part of a weight loss diet since it is both fat-free and cholesterol-free. Okra is also a good source of calcium and potassium. Very easy to grow too! Germination 6-18 days, sowing depth 3/4", space plants 12 to 15" apart. Harvest in 50 to 65 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Onion, Crystal White Wax
Heirloom. Allium cepa. Also known as the White Bermuda. It produces mild flavored flat bulbs that are 2.5-3.5 inches in diameter. This plant produces small white pearl onions, perfect for pickling, stews and soups. Excellent for home gardens and market growers. Disease resistant. These onions will keep, stored cool and dry, for up to two months. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/4", space seeds 1/2" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 95-120 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Onion, Lisbon Bunching White
Allium cepa. This variety can be used in a greenhouse. It has dark green foliage and long white stalks. Crisp, mild flavor, fast growing without forming bulbs. Germination 10-15 days, sowing depth 1/16” deep, space plants ½” apart. Grows 12 to 18” tall. Full sun. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Onion, Tokyo Long White
This scallion is an extremely tasty Japanese variety that grows well throughout the United States. Produces lovely white stalks with green leaves. Use them in soups, stir-fries, and omelettes. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 3" apart. Grows 12 to 24" tall. Full sun. Harvest when 1/4" to 1/2" in diameter. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Onion, Valencia
Sweet, Spanish onion that produces a 4-6” globe. This is a very adaptable onion as it grows well in short to long day regimes. This onion is mild flavored and is a moderately good keeper. Valencia onion also make excellent bunching onions when young. Germination 10-12 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 6” apart. Harvest in 110-120 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Onion, Walla Walla
Juicy, sweet onion. Bulbs are large, slightly flattened globes with yellow skin and pale yellow flesh. Germination 10-12 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 3” apart. Full sun. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Peas, Alaska
Leading early canning variety. Plant produces yields of small light green sweet peas. One of the earliest producing peas with vines 2 ½ feet tall. Germination 7 days, sowing depth 1 to 2” deep, space seeds 2” apart, space rows 1 to 1 ½ feet apart. 55-60 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Peas, Laxton's Progress
Pisum sativum. Plant produces good yields of quality dark green sweet peas. Pods have 6 to 8 peas per pod. A remarkable high quality variety that is wilt tolerant. Suitable for home garden and market growers. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth 1”, plant seed 1 ½” apart, space rows 2 ½ feet apart. Full sun. 58 to 65 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Peas, Oregon Sugar Pod II
Pisum sativum. Small vines grow 24 to 30” tall with no staking needed. Tender pods cook up sweet and crunchy. Freezes well, with no loss of color or flavor. Can eat both peas and pods. Wonderful raw, steamed, or stir fried. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1 to 1 ½”, space plants 2 to 3” apart. Grows 24 to 30” tall. 60 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Anaheim Chili
Large vegetables, 6 to 8” long, have a medium hot flavor. Matures from a deep green color to a brilliant red. Very popular for drying. Germination 10-12 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 18” apart. Harvest in 78 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, California Wonder
Uniform, dark green thick fleshed fruits which grew on strong upright plants. Germination 10-21 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds 1” apart, space rows 2 to 2 ½ feet apart. 70-75 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Chocolate Beauty
Heirloom. This impressive bell pepper really pumps out the peppers! The chocolate 3-lobed fruit are 3 inches wide by 4 inches long. Very sweet, and excellent on veggie platters, in salads, stuffed, or cored and eaten whole. Peppers ripen from green to chocolate. Harvest in 55 days. Germination 6 to 12 days, sowing depth 1/8”, space plants 8 to 12” apart. Grows 24 to 36” tall. 70 to 75 days to harvest. Full sun. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Pepper, Guajillo
A guajillo chili or guajillo chilli is a variety of chili pepper of the species Capsicum annuum, produced by drying the Mirasol Chili and which is widely used in the cuisine of Mexico. This peppers thin, deep red flesh has a green tea flavor with berry overtones. Its fruits are large and mild in flavor, with only a small amount of heat. Used to make a thin paste, then cooked with salt and several other ingredients to produce a thick, red, flavorful sauce. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Habanero
Green fruits ripen to a fiery orange red adding intense heat to spicy foods. One chile can season an entire dish. Peppers develop best flavor when grown in hot and dry conditions. Germination 10-12 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 2 feet apart. Harvest in 90 days (green) to 110 days (red). 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Hungarian Hot Yellow Wax
These spicy, medium hot fruits are a favorite. Crisp, waxy, 6” peppers turn from yellow to crimson at maturity. Harvest at both stages for pickling whole or for making relish. Also delicious in stir fry dishes. Germination 10-12 days, sowing depth ¼”, space seeds ½” apart. Full sun. 10 seeds. Days to harvest 65.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Jalapeno
Probably the best known hot pepper on the market. It produces 3” long peppers that are excellent for salsa, pickles, and even jelly. A variety that is easy to grow. Germination 12-21 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 18” apart. Full sun. 75 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Long Thin Cayenne
The twisted furit, about 5 inches long, is deep green when young and ripens to a brilliant red. It has a fiery hot flavor that's perfect for seasoning. High yielding plants grow up to 24 inches tall. Pungency develops early so fruit can be used from 1 inch and up. Pendant habit. Harvest in 65 to 70 days. Germination 10-12 days, sowing depth 1/4" deep, space plants 2 1/2 feet apart. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Poblano, Ancho Chili
Heirloom. Poblano Peppers are usually used in sauces, salsas, and stuffing mixes. Dried, it is called a chile ancho ("wide chile"). The ripened red poblano is significantly hotter and more flavorful than the less ripe, green poblano. While poblanos tend to have a mild flavor, occasionally and unpredictably, they can have significant heat. Different peppers from the same plant have been reported to vary substantially in heat intensity. Germination 6 to 12 days, sowing depth 1/8”, space plants 18” apart. Grows 24 to 36” tall. Harvest in 75-80 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Pepper, Purple Beauty
Heirloom. This variety produces loads of beautiful bells on compact, bushy plants. Crisp texture and mild, sweet flavor makes this one a popular choice. Germination 6 to 12 days, sowing depth 1/8”, space plants 8 to 12” apart. Grows 24 to 36” tall. 70 to 75 days to harvest. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Pepper, Sweet Banana
Sweet and moderately hot. Often known as the yellow wax pepper or banana chili. It is often pickled and used as an ingredient in sandwiches. The hotness depends on the maturity of the pepper, with the most ripe being sweeter than younger ones. Germination 10-20 days, sowing depth 1/4", plant seeds ½” apart, space rows 18 to 36 feet apart. Full sun. 72 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Black Spanish Round
Heirloom. This radish is turnip like in size and shape. Approximately 3 to 4" in diameter with black skin and white flesh. This is a medium hot winter radish. They have just the right flavor for a stir fry, salad or just by itself fresh or cooked. Plant in later summer and begin enjoying your crop in the fall. This winter radish can be stored for a long time. Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 6" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 55-60 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Champion
An excellent cooler weather variety for short season climates. Champion is a bright red, crisp, round radish with large tops. A good choice for early or late plantings. Popular for eating fresh, in salads or for garnishes. Germination 3-7 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 1 to 1 ½” apart. Harvest in 28-30 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Cherry Belle
Heirloom. One of the earliest radishes. Its crisp, tender flesh and extremely attractive color make it highly desirable for the garden or greenhouse. High in Vitamin C. Germination 4-7 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 1” apart, space rows 12-18” apart. 22 days to Harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Chinese Rose Winter
The Chinese Rose Winter is a rosy 6" long radish. Its white flesh is very firm and compact. This is an easy to grow plant with superior qualities. The crisp, snappy taste is delicious in salads, on relish trays, or with dips. Winter varieties can be pulled before the ground freezes and stored in moist cold storage for up to several months. Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 2 to 6" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 50 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Crimson Giant
A jumbo round radish that maintains its crispness and mild, sweet flavor despite its increased size. At 2 inches in diameter, this variety is nearly twice the size of standard round radishes. Fruits have deep crimson skin and snowy white, tender flesh. Excellent for fresh eating, salads and for garnish. Germination days 7-14 days, sowing depth ½”, space seeds ½ to 1” apart, space rows 12” apart. Harvest in 28-30 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Early Scarlet Globe
Heirloom. Early Scarlet Globe is a very easy to grow radish that produces delicious vegetables in around just 25 days! The Produces beautiful scarlet-hued radishes with crisp and delicious white flesh. Use in salads or sandwiches, or simply enjoy them raw. Germination 3-7 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 2" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 25 days. 25 seeds
Price: $2.50
Radish, Easter Egg
Brighten your salad and vegetable tray with Easter Egg Radish. A colorful, mild texture of red, purple and white globe type radishes. Excellent firm, crisp quality. An easy to grow plant in the garden or as a container vegetable. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 1 1/2" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 28 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, French Breakfast
Raphanus sativus. Radishes grow 6” in length, bright red scarlet color with white tips, oblong shaped. Flesh is white in color, crisp but mild flavor. Grows excellent in sandy soils. Grow early spring until fall. Germination 3-7 days , sowing depth ½”, space plants 1 to 1 ½” apart. Full sun. Only 24 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Sparkler White Tip
Roots are nearly round, dull scarlet at shoulders white base, with crisp, clear white flesh. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds ½ to 1” apart, space rows 6-12” apart. 20 to 30 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Radish, Watermelon
The Watermelon radish is made up of an edible globular root attached to thin stems and wavy green leaves. Its exterior is creamy white in color with pale green shoulders. The Watermelon radish's flesh is white closest to the exterior becoming bright circular striations of pink and magenta. The flesh is tender crisp, succulent and firm. Its flavor is mild, only slightly peppery with almond-sweet notes. Depending on when harvested, Watermelon radishes can range in size from golf ball to soft ball. Watermelon radishes can be served fresh or cooked, hot or cold. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Radish, White Icicle
Long tapered pure white radishes are easy for children to grow and with quick results. Mild flavor excellent in salads, plain or as a garnish. Plant early spring until fall. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 2” apart. Full sun. 33 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Spinach, America
Heirloom. This spinach is known for its outstanding flavor. This is a savoy leafed (curly leaves) plant that grows approximately 12" in width. Suitable for spring or fall sowing, producing fine quality plants. Enjoy fresh in your salads, or freeze for tasty dishes later. This plant is drought and heat tolerant; compact variety. For winter salads, grow in protected cold frames or even indoors in sunrooms. Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 6 to 10" apart. Full sun or partial shade. Harvest in 45-55 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Spinach, Bloomsdale
Heirloom. Spinach is best grown in cool weather, plant it as soon as the ground can be worked. Leaves are glossy dark green. It is great in salads or cooked. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/4" deep, space plants 3" apart. Space rows 2 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 45 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Spinach, Giant Noble
Recommended for freezing and canning as well as home and market gardens. Heavy yield long standing. Germination 10-15 days, sowing depth ½”, space seeds 2” apart, space rows 18” apart. 40-45 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Spinach, Malabar
Basella rubra. A gorgeous combination of dark green leaves and burgandy vines and buds sets this wonderful variety apart from the crowd. An attractive alternative for traditional spinach in your summer garden. Use for salads or sandwiches. The plants make the best growth during warm, rainy periods. Leaves taste best when young. Germination 10-15 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 10 to 12" apart. Grows 8 to 10 feet tall. Full sun. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Spinach, Mustard Tendergreen
A quick growing variety especially suited in the South. Has a distinct flavor, a combination of spinach and mustard. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds 3” apart, space rows 2 feet apart. 45-40 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Squash, Straightneck Yellow
A sweet flavored summer squash. Flesh is bright yellow, fruits are most tender when 6” in length. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1” deep, space seeds 6 every 3 feet, space rows 4 feet apart. 45-50 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Squash, Table Queen
This acorn squash produces fruits 5 ½” by 4”, uniformly ridged and grooved. Flesh is yellow tender, with good flavor. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth 1” deep, space seeds 6 every 3 feet, space rows 4 to 5 feet apart. 75-90 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Squash, Waltham Butternut
This improved strain of butternut squash produces larger yields with a richer flavor. Vigorous vines produce fruits that average 5 lbs. An excellent storage variety. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1”, space plants 4” apart. Full sun. Days to harvest 75-85 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Squash, Winter
For a couple of years I have grown spaghetti squash (also known as vegetable spaghetti) in my vegetable garden. Spaghetti squash is a winter squash vine which looks similar to a pumpkin vine. When cooked, the flesh of the fruit of the spaghetti squash can be broken up into strands which look like spaghetti. Fun for kids and great for those on a low-carb diet! Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth 2 to 3" deep, space plants 8 feet apart. Harvest in 60-110 days. Full sun. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Swiss Chard
Liscia verde da taglio. Has light green leaves with yellow chard. It has thin stems and very sweet leaves. The perfect green to grow even in hot weather. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 6” apart. 55 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Swiss Chard, Rainbow
Chard can be harvested while the leaves are young and tender, or after maturity, when they are larger and have slightly tougher stems. It is mainly used in salads. High in vitamins A, K and C. Germination 5-16 days, sowing depth ½”, space plants 9 to 12” apart. 50-60 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomatillo, Green
Physalis philadelphica. A staple in Mexican cuisine. Purple and red ripening fruits often have a slight sweetness and are more suitable for jams and preserves. It has a high pectin content. Once matured, remove husks and place fruits in sealed plastic bags in the refrigerator. Can keep for 2 wks. May also be frozen whole or sliced. Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 24” apart. Grows 2 to 3 feet tall. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomatillo, Purple
Physalis apocarps. A staple in Mexican cuisine. Purple and red ripening fruits often have a slight sweetness and are more suitable for jams and preserves. It has a high pectin content. Once matured, remove husks and place fruits in sealed plastic bags in the refrigerator. Can keep for 2 wks. May also be frozen whole or sliced. Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 24” apart. Grows 2 to 3 feet tall. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Ace 55
Heirloom. This tomato is low acid that produces good yields on large, 12 oz fruits. This is a meaty tomato that is good for slicing, salads, or made into sauce for your favorite dish. Ace 55 is a determinate plant. Mulching helps maintain consistent moisture. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 2 to 3 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 80 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Beefsteak
Also known as Red Ponderosa or Crimson Cushion. Produces huge, delicious, ribbed fruit on vigorous vines. The largest varieties of cultivated tomatoes, some weighing 1 lb or more. Most are pink or red cultivated among home growers for sandwich making. Germination 15-20 days, sowing depth ¼”, space seeds ½” apart, row spacing 3 feet apart. 55-60 days to harvest. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Black Krim
Heirloom. Indeterminate vine 3 to 5 feet tall. Originally from the Isle of Krim in the Black Sea, these beefsteak type tomatoes are large, soft, somewhat flattened, green shouldered, with a dark and delicious interior, somewhat salty, very juicy. Germination 70-10 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 3 feet apart. Grows up to 5 feet tall. Full sun. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Tomato, Brandywine
Heirloom. One of the best of the heirloom vegetables now available. Produces really tasty, large pink tomatoes truly worth growing. Fruits can weigh up to a pound. Indeterminate. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 2 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 90-120 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Cherokee
Heirloom. Lycopersicon esculentum. Cherokee purple tomato is known for its large size and great taste. This plant came from the Cherokee tribe and has great color and beauty. This plant produces large dark red to purple tomatoes up to 1 lb in weight! Germination 6-12 days, sowing depth 1/4" deep, space plants 18 to 24" apart. Grows up to 9 feet tall. Harvest in 69-80 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Tomato, Dark Black Cherry
Heirloom. The only truly black cherry tomato. These produce large, sprawling, indeterminate, regular-leaf, vigorous tomato plants that yield abundant crops in huge clusters of 1", round, deep purple, mahogany-brown cherry tomatoes. Beautiful mixed with other colored cherry tomatoes. Unique tomato variety. Disease resistant. Germination 15-20 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds ½” apart, space rows 3 feet apart. 65 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Homestead
Heirloom. Lycopersicon esculentum. This tomato was developed in the 1950’s for growers in the Florida and the southern states, this tomato is wilt resistant and productive. Produces well in hot, humid environments, also can be grown throughout more temperate regions. Produce large fruits weighing up to 8 ounces each. Lush vines 18" - 24" in height. Great for eating and canning. Can be container grown. Determinate vines. Germination 10-15 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 12" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 80 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Jubilee
Heirloom. Golden orange fruits have a mild, non acid flavor. They are large, globular and smooth with a meaty thick walled interior. Few seeds. High in Vitamins A and C. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 2 feet apart. Harvest in 80 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Large Red Cherry
A highly productive variety that is a tasty addition to summer salads. Germination 15-20 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds ½” apart, space rows 3 feet apart. 55-60 days to harvest. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Marglobe
Heirloom. These were developed by the USDA in 1917 and introduced to growers in 1925, and have been a reliable producer ever since. These plants will produce loads of round red great tasting tomatoes weighing between 6 and 8 ounces. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 24" apart. Grows 4 to 6 ft tall. Full sun. Harvest in 73-77 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Mortgage Lifter
Heirloom. Large, smooth, 1-lb. pink fruit have a delicious, rich, sweet taste. This variety has become very popular in recent years, after being developed by M.C. Byles of Logan, West Virginia in the 1940's. Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth 1/4", space plants 18 to 24” apart. Grows up to 6 feet tall. Full sun. Harvest in 85 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Tomato, Pantano Romanesco
Heirloom. A typical Italian variety producing large, flattened, round, ribbed tomatoes. This particular tomato has a unique green crown when ripened. Excellent, rich, superb flavor makes it ideal in a mixed salad, sauces, fresh eating, and cooking. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1/4” deep, space plants 3 to 4 feet apart. 80 to 90 days to Harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Red Oxheart
A popular Italian indeterminate variety grown since the 19th century, Red Oxheart produces large, mild flavored, strawberry shaped fruit that is smooth and firm. Excellent for sauces and canning as it has very little seed. Germination 3-8 days, sowing depth 1/8", space plants 2 to 3 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 80-90 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Roma
Also known as an Italian tomato. Perfect for making sauces and canning! This tomato is meaty with little seeds. Excellent in salads as well. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 18” apart. Grows up to 4 feet tall. Full sun. 72 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato Rutgers
Medium globe, smooth firm tomatoes ideal for slicing or canning. Wonderful flavor. Plant produces heavy yields of 7 oz red tomatoes. Excellent for slicing, sauce, and paste. Germination 15-20 days, sow ¼” deep, space seeds ½” apart, row spacing 3 feet. 55-60 days to harvest. 50 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Tomato, Tigerella
Heirloom. Tigerella has a tangy, rich, delicious flavor. The unique red and orange striped fruit is highly productive. Best to use a tomato cage or stakes. Tasty sliced, canned and fresh. Great in any salad! Yields are high even in cool summers. Germination 3-8 days, sowing depth 1/8", space plants 15 to 18" apart. Full sun. Harvest in 55 to 65 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Tomato, Yellow Pear
Clusters of pear shaped, yellow fruits with mild, delicious flavor are attractive and tasty whole for salads and appetizers. Fine preserved or pickled. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ¼”, space plants 1 ½ to 2 ½ feet apart. Harvest in about 70-75 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Turnip, Purple Top
Brassica rapa. America uses more of this variety than any other turnips combined. Roots are clear white with purplish red exteriors near the top. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds 1” apart, space rows 12-19” apart. 50-60 days to harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Black Diamond
Heirloom. This plant will produce up to 70 lbs watermelons! Black Diamond melons are large, juicy and bright red. In warmer climates this melon will start producing during the mid-season, just when you are craving a cool melon the most! Black Diamond is bred to have a tough skin & large leaves that help to prevent sunburn. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 6 to 8 feet apart. Harvest in 90 days. Full sun. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Charleston Grey
Widely popular for its light green oblong shaped fruits with bright red, exceptionally sweet flesh. The fruits average 30 lbs and are streaked with dark green veins. Productive, disease resistant vines. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2” apart, space rows 6 to 8 feet apart. 85 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Congo
A favorite of the home gardeners. Oblong, striped fruits reach up to 35 lbs with delicious sweet red flesh. Germination 7-10 days, sowing depth 1”, space plants 5 to 7 feet apart. Thin seedlings to 2-3 per hill when they are 1 to 2” tall. Harvest in about 90 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Crimson Sweet
Round watermelons average 25 lbs and are tops for sweet flavor. Fruits are dark green with light green stripes and dark red, sweet textured flesh. Disease resistant plants. Germination 3-10 days, sowing depth ½”, space seeds 2 to 3” apart. Full sun. 60-65 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Georgia Rattlesnake
An old southern favorite. This watermelon is known for its productiveness and prized for its eating quality. The thin, very rough rind has light green with mottled dark green rattlesnake like stripes. The sweet, bright rose flesh is perfect on a hot summer day. Germination 6-8 days, sowing depth 1”, space plants 8 feet apart. Harvest in 90 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Jubilee
This popular melon produces firm, crisp and bright red flesh. Oblong fruits with dark green stripes on a light green base weigh 25 lbs and more. Wilt resistant. Germination 6-8 days, sowing depth 1”, space plants 6 feet apart. Harvest in 95 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Kleckly's Sweet
No summer is complete without watermelon. This watermelon is an excellent variety. This oval round watermelon can weigh up to 40 lbs and bears a blue green rind. The flesh is bright red, firm and sweet. Either by itself or in a fruit salad, enjoy a treat fresh from the garden! Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1/2", space plants 6 to 8 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 85 to 90 days. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Watermelon, Orange Flesh Tendersweet
Heirloom. Attractive, deep orange fruit is deliciously sweet and flavorful. Large, oblong fruits have a medium thick rind and can weigh 35 to 45 lbs. Germination 5-7 days, sowing depth 1", space plants 8 feet apart. Harvest in 90 days. Full sun. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.99
Watermelon, Sugar Baby
This variety is a long time favorite because of its quickness to set fruit and very sweet flavor. Melons weigh up to 8 lbs and are about 8” in diameter when mature. Flesh is medium red, of fine texture and is not excessively seedy. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 6 every 6 feet, space rows 6 feet apart. 75-80 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50
Zucchini, Dark Green
One of the most prolific vegetables to the home gardener. Produces a continual harvest of flavorful squash. Germination 7-14 days, sowing depth 1”, space seeds 6 every 3 feet, space rows 4 feet apart. 55-60 days to harvest. 10 seeds.
Price: $2.50