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

Unavailable for 2019 (yellow) 81 days. [From Sandhill...
$3.50
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Item # 41111

[Charles Siegchrist] This handy booklet gives easy-to-follow instructions for the using and...
$3.95
Item # 91103

58 days. (green > scarlet red) [Introduced in 1759 from India. Pre-1900 this variety was often...
$2.95
Item # 46101

58 days. (green > scarlet red) [Introduced in 1759 from India. Pre-1900 this variety was often...
$7.50
Item # 46101B

35 days for baby leaves, 60 days for roots. [1840, French variety.] Famous for its mild,...
$2.50
Item # 31106

35 days for baby leaves, 60 days for roots. [1840, French variety.] Famous for its mild,...
$6.25
Item # 31106E

Ships late spring. 110 days. A great variety for...
$10.00
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Item # 74109a

50 days. [1988, AAS winner] Stems, leaf veins, and pods are deep red-maroon. 4-6 ft....
$2.50
Item # 69101

53 days. [Burmese heirloom, seedstock courtesy Hap Heilman. Now a favorite in some local...
$2.50
Item # 69109

Bulk size now sold out for 2019. 53 days. [Burmese heirloom,...
$6.50
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Item # 69109E

(Poterium sanguisorba) Highly cold-hardy plant has a nutty-cucumber flavor, a great...
$2.75
Item # 71206

(C. moschata) 86 days. [1978] Earlier and smaller than Waltham...
$2.95
Item # 53615

(C. moschata) 86 days. [1978] Earlier and smaller than Waltham...
$9.25
Item # 53615E

[Southern Exposure founder Jeff McCormack, Kathleen Maier, Patty Wallens] A comprehensive...
$37.00
Item # 91169

(Lagenaria siceraria) 130 days. Largest gourd we offer. It is not unusual for them to grow...
$2.75
Item # 54107

55 days. [1963, AAS winner.] A reliable variety for garden, market, and greenhouse use....
$2.50
Item # 62302

55 days. [1963, AAS winner.] A reliable variety for garden, market, and greenhouse use....
$5.50
Item # 62302C

(C. maxima) 100 days. [1932] This Burgess strain of Buttercup is noted...
$2.50
Item # 53301

(Asclepias tuberosa) [Perennial native to North America]...
$2.75
Item # 01159

53 days. [Introduced 1989 by SESE. Local favorite in Cajun country since the 1950s.]...
$2.50
Item # 69102

53 days. [Introduced 1989 by SESE. Local favorite in Cajun country since the 1950s.]...
$6.50
Item # 69102E

58 days. [Brought to U.S. by Italian gardeners, introduced to seed trade...
$2.50
Item # 21101

(Calendula officinalis) 85 days. Yellow-orange, 3" flowers. Flowers are used...
$2.75
Item # 71207

(Calendula officinalis) 85 days. Bright yellow, medium-size flowers; variety...
$2.75
Item # 71303

(Calendula officinalis) Bright yellow, medium-size flowers; variety includes a few...
$6.25
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Item # 71303C

(Hereford Pea, Polecat Pea) 79 days. One of the more flavorful southern peas, and one...
$2.75
Item # 16101

$14.50
Item # 65120

75 days. (green > red) [1928] Widely adapted variety, well-known and preferred by many...
$2.50
Item # 46102

90 days. [Caribbean heirloom] Dependable yields of 4-5 beans per pod on sturdy...
$2.95
Item # 13410

$3.25
Item # 53302

62 days. This Dutch variety was judged the best Boston-type lettuce in the 1983 Rodale Research...
$2.50
Item # 62303

62 days. This Dutch variety was judged the best Boston-type lettuce in the 1983 Rodale Research...
$5.50
Item # 62303C

(Carum carvi) 70 days. Use the dried seeds for flavoring breads, leaves for salads,...
$2.50
Item # 71208

(Cynara cardunculus) Cultivated for at least 3,000 years! The ancestor of...
$2.50
Item # 71209

Ships in spring. One of the earliest and prettiest potatoes you'll...
$13.95
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Item # 39201

Ships in spring. The best-yielding yellow- fleshed potato we have ever...
$13.95
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Item # 39302

130 days. [Brought to the US in the 1600s by West African slaves, this is...
$5.25
Item # 17114

130 days. [Brought to the US in the 1600s by West African slaves, this is...
$10.75
Item # 17114F

110 days. [Introduced 1999 by SESE from seed sent by Derek Morris.] One of the varieties...
$4.50
Item # 17103

(B. juncea) 42 days. [2015, Mark Farnham & Pat Wechter,...
$2.75
Item # 27112

(B. juncea) 42 days. [2015, Mark Farnham & Pat Wechter,...
$6.50
Item # 27112E

63 days. [Richard Fery and Philip Dukes, ARS/USDA, 1990.] Mississippi...
$2.50
Item # 16130

Bulk size now sold out for 2019. 63 days. [Richard Fery...
$5.75
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Item # 16130F

Ships late spring. 100 Days. A reliable variety...
$10.00
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Item # 74104a

75 days. (green > red) [Introduced by SESE 1999.] The best nematode- resistant bell for...
$2.95
Item # 46123

75 days. (green > red) [Introduced by SESE 1999.] The best nematode- resistant bell for...
$7.50
Item # 46123B

120 days. [Introduced 1989 by SESE.] Family heirloom from SW Virginia since 1910....
$4.95
Item # 17101

120 days. [Introduced 1989 by SESE.] Family heirloom from SW Virginia since 1910....
$9.25
Item # 17101F

Now sold out for 2019. 60 days. [Bertie County,...
$3.25
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Item # 13522

(Nepeta cataria) Use this mint for teas, or for amusing your cat. (Note that only...
$2.50
Item # 71210

90 days. [1941] Still the best garden variety for sustained production. Compact...
$2.50
Item # 20101

70 days. (green > red) [1986, Clemson U. & USDA] 2-3 times more hot...
$2.95
Item # 46521

70 days. (green > red) [1986, Clemson U. & USDA] 2-3 times more hot...
$7.50
Item # 46521B

72 days. (green > red) [Pre- 1827] A choice, fiery, red-hot seasoning pepper. Use fresh or...
$2.50
Item # 46504

72 days. (green > red) [Pre- 1827] A choice, fiery, red-hot seasoning pepper. Use fresh or...
$5.50
Item # 46504B

Limit 2 packets per customer this year (order early!)...
$2.95
Item # 55131

(Celosia cristata) [Introduced by SESE 1986.] An old fashioned cockscomb...
$2.50
Item # 01168

(Celosia cristata) (75 days) Vivid red and orange plumes, velvet crested combs....
$2.50
Item # 01156

(Matricaria recutita) The sweet-scented flowers of Chamomile are used to...
$2.75
Item # 71212

75 days. [VA/AES] A Vates type collard with increased...
$2.75
Item # 24105

75 days. [VA/AES] A Vates type collard with increased...
$8.50
Item # 24105E

65 days. [Introduced from France in the late 1800s.] Blocky, broad-shouldered variety with...
$2.50
Item # 35101

65 days. [Introduced from France in the late 1800s.] Blocky, broad-shouldered variety with...
$5.50
Item # 35101E

72 days. (green > yellow > orange > red) [1993, Charleston/USDA] Almost as hot as...
$2.95
Item # 46522

72 days. (green > yellow > orange > red) [1993, Charleston/USDA] Almost as hot as...
$7.50
Item # 46522B

58 days. Heirloom with pretty earthtone shades and markings. Yields well, especially when grown up...
$2.50
Item # 13513

(white) [From the Qualls family in Virginia via Sand Hill Preservation...
$2.75
Item # 41505

(white) [From the Qualls family in Virginia via Sand Hill Preservation...
$13.50
Item # 41505H

(white) [From the Qualls family in Virginia via Sand Hill Preservation...
$9.25
Item # 41505G

Small crop, now sold out for 2019. Consider
$2.75
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Item # 13605

75 days. (Indeterminate) OSSI variety...
$2.75
Item # 49249

Now sold out for 2019 (rainbow) 100 days....
$2.95
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Item # 41609

Bulk size now sold out for 2019. (rainbow) 100 days....
$6.25
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Item # 41609F

85 days. (Indeterminate) [Pre-1890 TN heirloom, reportedly of Cherokee Indian...
$2.95
Item # 49106