Our Grain Growing Guide covers Amaranth, Rice, and Sorghum. See variety descriptions for other crops on this page.
Corn is listed separately from these grains. Seed for grain corn can be found here as dent, flint, and flour corn, as gourdseed corn, and as popcorn.

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(Amaranthus hypochondriacus) 80 days. A high-quality Aztec grain amaranth. Stalks...
$2.75
Item # 72101

(A. hypochondriacus x hybridus) [1991, U. of Nebraska.] Widely-adapted,...
$2.75
Item # 72104

(Pisum sativum subsp. arvense) (annual) Sow Aug. 15-Nov....
$3.50
Item # 73205

(Fagopyron esculentum) 30-45 days as a green manure crop, 80 days for grain....
$6.75
Item # 73101

(Fagopyron esculentum) 30-45 days as a green manure crop, 80 days for grain....
$15.75
Item # 73101A

(Trifolium incarnatum) (Annual) Upright winter annual...
$4.50
Item # 73204

(Trifolium pratense) (biennial) Rapid-growing green...
$3.95
Item # 73201

(Trifolium repens) (perennial) A low-growing (4-8 in.)...
$4.25
Item # 73202

(Vicia villosa) (annual) Sow Aug. 1-Nov. 1 as a winter...
$4.95
Item # 73203

(Avena nuda) Growing your own oats is easy with Pennuda. Sow in early spring as...
$4.25
Item # 72552

110 days [Brought to the U.S. by slaves before the American Revolution. Clay peas...
$10.25
Item # 16125H

110 days [Brought to the U.S. by slaves before the American Revolution. Clay peas...
$4.75
Item # 16125F

(Eleusine coracana) 95 days. A highly productive, drought-tolerant variety that is...
$2.75
Item # 72651

(Triticum sp.) Mostly black, ornamental hard 24-36 in. tall...
$2.50
Item # 01611

(Oryza sativa) 150 days. [1685 or earlier. The main rice grown in Carolina...
$3.25
Item # 72555

(Oryza sativa) [Seedstock thanks to the Carolina Rice Foundation.] A...
$3.25
Item # 72557

(Oryza sativa) [Seedstock from Chu Yang in Claremont, NC. Introduced 2009 by...
$3.25
Item # 72554

(Secale cereale) Rye cover crop is great for controlling erosion, adding organic...
$2.95
Item # 72702

(Secale cereale) Rye cover crop is great for controlling erosion, adding organic...
$14.75
Item # 72702A

(Sesamum indicum) 160 days. [Thanks to David Shields for seedstock.] An...
$2.75
Item # 72622

(Sesamum indicum) [Thomas Jefferson was an enthusiastic sesame grower. Thanks...
$2.75
Item # 72601

99 days. [Heirloom sent to us from R.C. Mauldin of the Southwestern Seed Service Lab in...
$2.50
Item # 72606

99 days. [Heirloom sent to us from R.C. Mauldin of the Southwestern Seed Service Lab in...
$11.50
Item # 72606F

[From the Shilluk, or Chollo, people of Malakal, South Sudan, via the USDA and the Experimental...
$2.75
Item # 72616

120 days. [1970 USDA/ADS & MAESS] Sturdy 12 ft. stalks with excellent disease resistance,...
$2.50
Item # 72609

120 days. [1970 USDA/ADS & MAESS] Sturdy 12 ft. stalks with excellent disease resistance,...
$10.50
Item # 72609F

115 days. [1991, Virginia Polytechnic U.] Similar to Dale, good disease resistance, makes...
$2.50
Item # 72612

115 days. [1991, Virginia Polytechnic U.] Similar to Dale, good disease...
$10.50
Item # 72612F

105 days. Heirloom broom corn traditionally used for making brooms. Grows 8-10 ft. tall,...
$2.75
Item # 72602

110 days. [Sand Hill Preservation Center] A very sweet sugar cane type, about 9 ft. tall...
$2.50
Item # 72610

110 days. [Sand Hill Preservation Center] A very sweet sugar cane type, about 9 ft. tall...
$10.50
Item # 72610F

Hoping to have available by 2/15/19 105 days. [Mennonite...
$2.75
Out of Stock
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Item # 72604

Hoping to have available by 2/15/19 (105 days....
$11.50
Out of Stock
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Item # 72604F

110 days. Gorgeous ornamental. 7-8 ft. tall mix of colorful sprays of red-bronze, brown, black, and...
$2.75
Item # 72615

100 days. Traditionally used for making hearth brooms, also great for dried arrangements. Large,...
$2.75
Item # 72605

102 days. One of the earliest-maturing varieties for the South, and one of the most widely grown...
$2.75
Item # 72608

102 days. One of the earliest-maturing varieties for the South, and one of the most widely grown...
$11.50
Item # 72608F

115 days. [From the Tarahumara people of NW Mexico] The dried seeds can be popped like...
$2.50
Item # 72607

115 days. [From the Tarahumara people of NW Mexico] The dried seeds can be popped like...
$10.50
Item # 72607F

(Crotalaria juncea) [Native to South Asia]...
$4.95
Item # 73221

(Triticum aestivum) [2009, ARS/USDA] A great new wheat variety bred for the...
$3.50
Item # 72802

(Triticum aestivum) [2009, ARS/USDA] A great new wheat variety bred for the...
$15.75
Item # 72802A