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79 days. (Indeterminate) Creamy yellow fruits hang on the plants like lollipops. Sweet, lemon-like...
$2.75
Item # 49172

49 days. Small, dense heads with good heat resistance. The crisp, crunchy leaves are apple green...
$2.50
Item # 62509

49 days. Small, dense heads with good heat resistance. The crisp, crunchy leaves are apple green...
$5.75
Item # 62509C

90 days. (green > orange > red) [Heirloom from a food market in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.] An...
$2.75
Item # 46515

90 days. (green > orange > red) [Heirloom from a food market in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.] An...
$6.50
Item # 46515B

78 days. (Semi-determinate) Fruits become ripe 6-12 weeks after harvest. Some customers report...
$2.75
Item # 49125

75 days. Long, slender fruits (2 x 10 in.) are slightly bulbous on the blossom end. Best harvested...
$2.50
Item # 45103

42 days. [Pre-1915] A fully-savoyed or crinkled variety with dark green leaves....
$2.75
Item # 67102

42 days. [Pre-1915] A fully-savoyed or crinkled variety with dark green leaves....
$7.25
Item # 67102E

85-90 days (Indeterminate) [Family heirloom, sent to Ben Quisenberry...
$2.50
Item # 49204

Ships in fall 2019 (Artichoke) [Pre-1900 heirloom from...
$14.50
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Item # 65111

75 days. Attractive 6-12 in. light green, banana- shaped fruits. Spineless plants average 4 ft....
$2.50
Item # 45301

75 days. Attractive 6-12 in. light green, banana- shaped fruits. Spineless plants average 4 ft....
$5.50
Item # 45301B

Small crop, now sold out for 2019. Consider
$3.25
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Item # 13753

(Levisticum officinale) As a culinary herb, lovage has a celery-like flavor but...
$2.50
Item # 71233

(Nigella damascena) An old-fashioned flower from...
$2.50
Item # 01605

(Nigella damascena) An old-fashioned flower from...
$6.50
Item # 01605C

50 days. [~1914. Named after the Roman general Lucius Lucullus (pronounced...
$2.50
Item # 32101

50 days. [~1914. Named after the Roman general Lucius Lucullus (pronounced...
$5.50
Item # 32101E

(Vegetable Sponge, Dishcloth Gourd) (Luffa cylindrica) 65 days for edible...
$2.75
Item # 54501

(white) 82 Days. [Developed 1902 in Andover Township, NJ, by horticulturist Luther Hill.]...
$3.50
Item # 41109

(white) 82 Days. [Developed 1902 in Andover Township, NJ, by horticulturist Luther Hill.]...
$12.50
Item # 41109G

(white) 82 Days. [Developed 1902 in Andover Township, NJ, by horticulturist Luther Hill.]...
$6.75
Item # 41109F

Now sold out for 2019. 76 days. One of the sweeter varieties...
$3.25
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Item # 31105

68 days. [E. Texas heirloom, seedstock thanks to Mike Neder. Introduce 2014 by...
$2.50
Item # 16126

(Atriplex hortensis)The deepest, darkest red of all the orach varieties available,...
$2.50
Item # 59101

Ships in fall 2019 (Turban) [Originated in Turkmenistan]...
$14.95
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Item # 65345

Huge, wide, shiny green leaves, twice as large as other Italian basils. A few leaves make a...
$2.75
Item # 71290

70 Days. Wilt-resistant vines grow to 5 ft. A 35 ft. row can yield as much as a bushel. Sweet,...
$2.50
Item # 15301

71 days. Stalks average 9 ft. tall and may reach a height of 10 ft. or more. Heads average...
$2.50
Item # 05106

71 days. Stalks average 9 ft. tall and may reach a height of 10 ft. or more. Heads average...
$5.75
Item # 05106E

80 days. (green > red) Fabulous yields with this 7 in. horn shaped Italian heirloom. Great for...
$2.50
Item # 46110

(vw, fw1, asc, clm, nhr,...
$2.75
Item # 49126

(vw, fw1, asc, clm, nhr,...
$5.75
Item # 49126A

(Origanum hortensis) 70 days. Resembles oregano in flavor though milder...
$2.50
Item # 71234

[Jean-Martin Fortier] Practical information for the small-scale organic farmer: how to grow...
$24.95
Item # 91185

57 days. (cmv, pm, dm,...
$2.50
Item # 51108

57 days. (cmv, pm, dm,...
$5.50
Item # 51108E

56 days. (cmv, dm, pm,...
$2.75
Item # 51102

Permanent, xylene-free, quick-drying ink writes on all materials, even when surfaces are...
$3.50
Item # 81403

Medium-sized fruits with sweet pink flesh and mottled rinds. Small, reddish seeds that several of...
$2.50
Item # 55132

95 days. (Semi-determinate) [Developed for organic market gardeners by Seeds of Change, further...
$2.75
Item # 49202

65 days. (Indeterminate) [From seed collected in the wild near Hidalgo in eastern Mexico.]...
$2.75
Item # 49804

55 days. One of the best gourmet French “haricot vert” beans. Sturdy bush plants produce...
$2.50
Item # 13201

55 days. One of the best gourmet French “haricot vert” beans. Sturdy bush plants produce...
$6.25
Item # 13201F

$2.75
Item # 62711

70 days. [Introduced 1912, though it was grown well before 1900 by the McCasland...
$2.50
Item # 13505

70 days. [Introduced 1912, though it was grown well before 1900 by the McCasland...
$6.50
Item # 13505G

70 days. [Introduced 1912, though it was grown well before 1900 by the McCasland...
$4.50
Item # 13505F

(blue) 85/100 days. [Introduced 1994 by SESE. Bred by Dr. Jeff...
$2.75
Item # 41307

(blue) 85/100 days. [Introduced 1994 by SESE. Bred by Dr. Jeff...
$9.50
Item # 41307G

(green > red) 70 days. [Heirloom Italian frying pepper discovered in Melrose Park,...
$2.75
Item # 46133

(green > red) 70 days. [Heirloom Italian frying pepper discovered in Melrose Park,...
$7.50
Item # 46133B

Ships in fall 2019 (marbled purple striped) Vigorous growing upright...
$14.95
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Item # 65348

(Tagetes lucida) Used as a substitute for French tarragon. Often compared to...
$2.75
Item # 71309

(Melothria scabra) 73 days. Thin but tenacious vines bear many...
$2.75
Item # 51301

(B. rapa pekinensis) 73 days. [1948] Popular variety. Large,...
$2.55
Item # 22502

(Silybum marianum) All parts are edible. The young leaves (with spines removed) may...
$2.50
Item # 71274

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

(Mentha sp.) Hardy, aromatic native plant. Variable. Mint grown from seed...
$2.75
Item # 71235

60 days. Our favorite fall radish. Green and white skin, rose and white...
$2.95
Item # 28109

Bulk size now sold out for 2019. 60 days....
$7.50
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Item # 28109E

130 days. [Pre-1860. Once grown by slaves, this seed came from a plantation near Natchez,...
$4.80
Item # 72204

See Carolina Crowder! We no longer carry Mississippi Silver; Carolina...
$2.50
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Item # 16102

(Orange flesh) 85 days [Missouri family heirloom from 1840] Sweet fruits are...
$2.75
Item # 52115

(B. rapa japonica) 37 days. Extremely mild, yet definitely a mustard...
$2.50
Item # 27104

(B. rapa japonica) 37 days. Extremely mild, yet definitely a mustard...
$5.75
Item # 27104E

90 days. [Early 1900s GA family heirloom. Introduced 1987 by SESE. Years ago, a melon...
$2.75
Item # 55106

65 days. [1958, Morden Experimental Farm, Manitoba, Canada.] Good short-season variety; in...
$2.50
Item # 45106

Ipomea purpurea) [Family heirloom from Diane Ott Whealy.] This is one of...
$2.25
Item # 01149

(Ipomea purpurea) Tall-climbing, fast-growing vine with bright 4 in. sky-blue...
$2.50
Item # 01115

(Red Mortgage Lifter)
$2.95
Item # 49129

(vw,...
$3.25
Item # 49128

(Petroselinum crispum) 70-85 days. [Pre-1865] Vigorous,...
$2.50
Item # 37103

(Petroselinum crispum) 70-85 days. [Pre-1865] Vigorous,...
$5.50
Item # 37103E

68 days. (Determinate) [Heirloom from the Monongahela National Forest Region of...
$2.75
Item # 49228

68 days. (Determinate) [Heirloom from the Monongahela National Forest Region of...
$5.75
Item # 49228A

***Now sold out for 2019*** Biggest...
$2.95
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Item # 49264

Biggest catalog typo ever, but a great tomato! Our 2019 print catalog got...
$2.95
Item # 49262

Biggest catalog typo ever, but a great tomato! Our 2019 print catalog got...
$7.25
Item # 49262A

Great-tasting, relatively mild, ruffled leaves with notes of anise. Slow to bolt, and has...
$2.95
Item # 71114

(C. moschata) 110 days. 5-9 Lb. squash with great flavor, bakes quickly despite...
$2.75
Item # 53612

86 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced 1997 by SESE. Seed sent by Dr. Carolyn Male.] Aptly...
$2.75
Item # 49187

86 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced 1997 by SESE. Seed sent by Dr. Carolyn Male.] Aptly...
$5.50
Item # 49187A

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Item # 65314

40 days (spring), 80 days (fall). Long white turnips with purple tops. Productive dual use variety...
$2.75
Item # 29108

40 days (spring), 80 days (fall). Long white turnips with purple tops. Productive dual use variety...
$8.50
Item # 29108E

90 days. [From seed collected in Lithuania in 2007 by the Seed Ambassadors...
$2.75
Item # 29503

90 days. [From seed collected in Lithuania in 2007 by the Seed Ambassadors...
$8.50
Item # 29503E

90 days. [Pre-1885, GA. The thinner rind made it hard to ship, so this was the variety that...
$2.75
Item # 55128

130 days. [Pre-1860. Seed and history supplied by John House III of the Mansfield...
$4.80
Item # 72201

90 days. (green > red) 6-7 in. long bells with sweet, mild flavor. Very productive, tasty thick...
$2.75
Item # 46130

90 days. (green > red) 6-7 in. long bells with sweet, mild flavor. Very productive, tasty thick...
$6.75
Item # 46130B

(Tropaeolum majus) Upright, bushy growth in a mixture of colors: Red, yellow,...
$2.95
Item # 01116

(Tropaeolum majus) Upright, bushy growth in a mixture of colors: Red, yellow,...
$8.50
Item # 01116E

[Michael J. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac] Stories, projects, and recipes for families. Combines the...
$16.95
Item # 91148

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared...
$2.95
Item # 41316

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared dent...
$13.75
Item # 41316H

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared dent...
$9.50
Item # 41316G

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared dent corn. Bred from...
$48.50
Item # 41316K