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    VEGETABLE SEEDS

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    Bean - Golden Wax Bush Bean Seed
    $1.99

    A prolific beauty in your garden! The Yellow Wax Bush Bean seeds provide you with an abundance of lovely yellow beans that are ideal for freezing, canning and even eating raw right off the plant. Full of beneficial fiber and protein, Golden Wax Beans are a healthy addition to your diet.

    Plant seeds in rows 3 feet apart after danger of frost. Seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart. Golden Wax Beans are a hardy bush type plant and require no stakes or trellis.  Water during dry periods and a light application of a garden fertilizer of your choice will help the production of tasty beans,

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 1 & 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1 inch
    • 20-25 Seeds Per Packet
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1871 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

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    Bean - Henderson's Lima Bean Seed
    $1.99

    Henderson Lima Beans are a classic variety that has been found in gardens for generations! These heirloom lima bean seeds grow into a productive, bushy plant that does well in both garden beds and containers.

    Heirloom lima bean seeds should be planted about 1 1/2 inches deep and 3 inches apart after danger of frost. Can be planted in rows or sections 2 feet apart. No need for trellis as Henderson Lima Beans grow low to the ground in a compact bush.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 3" apart
    • Depth: 1 1/2 inch
    • 10-15 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1889 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus lunatus

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    Bean - Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seed
    $1.99

    Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean seeds have been producing hearty, flavorful beans for generations. Tall, vigorous and productive!

    Plant seeds in rows 3 feet apart after danger of frost. Seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart. Kentucky Wonder Heirloom Pole Beans require something to grow on. Be sure to provide a trellis, poles or a fence for them to climb!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1 inch
    • 20-25 Seeds Per Packet
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 70F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1850 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

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    Bean - Provider Bush Bean Seed
    $1.99

    An easy, productive green bean seed choice for your garden! Wonderful space savers for a smaller garden or for growing in containers. Use this tasty bean for canning, freezing and eating fresh to enjoy the multiple health benefits of beans during the growing season and beyond!

    Provider Bush Bean seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart after danger of frost. Can be planted in rows or sections 3 feet apart. No need for trellis as Provider Bush Beans grow low to the ground in a compact bush. Very prolific producer.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 1 & 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1 inch
    • 20-30 Seeds Per Packet
    • Seeds/Oz: 100
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1965 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Phaseolus vulgaris

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    Beet - Chioggia Bassano Seed
    $1.99

    These heirloom beet seeds yield sweet and beautiful produce! Pink and white stripes compliment any dish!

    Plant Chioggia Beet seeds in deep, moist rich soil.  Cover lightly with soil and water evenly. Thin when seedlings are 3-4 inches tall. Plant your Chioggia Beet seeds from spring to fall for a continuous harvest.  The thinned greens can be eaten!  Prepare the greens as you would spinach.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 1" apart
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • 220-225 Seeds Per Packet
    • Plant Scientific Name: Beta vulgaris

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    Beet - Detroit Dark Red Seed
    $1.99

    Wholesome and beneficial! Bring the heart benefits and superb taste of Detroit Red Beets to your garden!

    Plant Detroit Dark Red Beet seeds in deep, moist rich soil. Cover lightly with soil and water evenly. Thin when seedlings are 3-4 inches tall. Plant from spring to fall for a continuous harvest. The thinned greens can be eaten!  Treat the greens as you would spinach.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • 175-185 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 1500
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 60F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1982 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Beta vulgaris

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    Broccoli - Green Sprouting Seed
    $1.99

    Enjoy this cold hardy plant from spring to fall! Prolific and healthy, Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli is a must-have!

    Calabrese Broccoli seeds can be planted 1/2 inch deep in spring and again in midsummer for a second fall harvest.  Thin seedlings to 16" apart. After you harvest the main head, leave the stem and enjoy smaller heads that continue to form on side shoots!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 16" apart
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • 145-150 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 9000
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-65F
    • Sowing Method: Transplant
    • Heirloom Year: 1880 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. italica

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    Brussel Sprouts - Long Island Improved Seed
    $1.99

    Cold hardy! A prolific producer, our Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout seeds have been a garden standard for over a 100 years!

    Seeds can be planted in garden in spring 1/4 inch deep in prepared soil or started inside in April. Thin plants 20" apart. Water regularly. Roots are shallow and should be mulched to protect from weeds and potential damage. The Long Island Improved Brussel Sprout is sweeter after a few frosts!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 24" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 260-265 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera

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    Cabbage - Copenhagen Early Seed
    $1.99

    Compact and early! These early cabbage seeds produce compact heads that are perfect for small and large gardens.

    Start your Copenhagen cabbage seeds inside about a month before last frost date. Plant seedlings in sunny location about 12-18 inches apart. If available, add humus to garden soil. Keep the shallow roots mulched to protect them from damage and weeds. Water during dry periods.

    COPENHAGEN CABBAGE SEED INFORMATION:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 18" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 350-355 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata

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    Cabbage - Late Flat Dutch Seed
    $1.99

    Excellent for storing and processing! Our late Flat Dutch Cabbage variety produces a 12" across and up to a 6 pound head - can't beat that!

    Start these Flat Dutch Cabbage seeds inside about a month before last frost date.  Plant seedlings in sunny location about 12-18 inches apart. If available, add humus to garden soil. Keep the shallow roots mulched to protect them from damage and weeds. Water during dry periods.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 & 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 12" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 280-290 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 6500
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 45-75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1860 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata

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    Cabbage - Pak Choi
    $1.99

    Grows well in containers, can be harvested as baby greens.

    Pak Choi translates to “Soup Spoon”, and was chosen for this delicious plants leaf shape! This versatile plant brings not only a mild flavored crispy leaf to your salads, soups, and stir fries, you can also enjoy the stalks much like celery! Pak Choi is quickly becoming a favorite amongst gardeners for its versatility and ease to grow! Young thinnings cam be eaten and are considered baby greens

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Spacing: 12" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 495-505 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 6500
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 45-75F
    • Sowing Method: Start Indoors
    • Heirloom Year: 1860 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica rapa

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    Cabbage - Red Acre Seed
    $1.99

    Behold the glorious red cabbage! Perk up your meal with nutrients and color!

    Start seeds inside about a month before last frost date. Plant seedlings in sunny location about 12-18 inches apart. If available, add humus to garden soil. Keep the shallow roots mulched to protect them from damage and weeds. Water during dry periods.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 12" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 275-280 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata

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    Carrot - Danvers Half Long Seed
    $1.99

    Compact and mild. The perfect carrot for growing, storing and eating!

    Seeds can be planted 1/2 inch deep in spring and again in midsummer for a second fall harvest. Thin seedlings to 2" apart. Planting in raised beds or containers is ideal to increase your yield and have a more uniform carrot. Be sure that your soil is as free as possible of stones.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 2" apart
    • Depth: 1/2 inch
    • 700-705 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 20000
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-70F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1870 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Daucus carota subsp. sativus

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    Carrot - Nantes
    $1.99

    Great Carrots for Containers!

    The perfect carrot of growing, storing and eating! This is an ideal carrot for container gardens.

    Seeds can be planted 1/2 inch deep in spring and again in midsummer for a second fall harvest. Thin seedlings to 2" apart. Planting in raised beds or containers is ideal to increase your yield and have a more uniform carrot.

    Heirloom Year: 1870's

    Scientific Name: Daucus carota subsp. Sativus

    * 305-310 Seeds Per Packet 

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    Cauliflower - Snowball  Improved Seed
    $1.99

    Early, high quality and versatile. What more could you need?

    Start seeds inside about a month before last frost date. Plant seedlings in sunny location about 24 inches apart. When the white head appears, tie the outer leaves over it to protect from the sun and keep it white.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 24" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 75-80 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 9000
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-80F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1884 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. botrytis

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    Celery, Tall Utah
    $1.99

     

    Tall stalks and tight bundles. Great space saver.

    This tall and compact celery variety makes every celery lover cheer! A great variety for gardeners that don’t have a large space. Dark green stalks are flavorful and provide  a delicious aroma all growing season! Celery takes a full summer to grow and mature, but Tall Utah is worth the wait!

    • Start inside about 8-10 weeks before last frost date.

    • Transplant to prepared garden or container when 2 inches tall.

    • Keep well-watered.

    • Ok to harvest after a few light frosts

    • Harvest: 3.5 months

    • Scientific Name: Apium graveolens var. dulce

    * 1755-1765 Seeds Per Packet 

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    Collards - Southern Giant Seed
    $1.99

    Long lasting greens that provide that zippy classic mustard green flavor!

    Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep in early spring. Thin seedlings 6 inches apart. Can be harvested throughout the growing season by removing outside leaves to encourage new growth. Great for container gardening!

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 1 1/2 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 6" apart
    • Depth: 1/4 inch
    • 360-365 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 8400
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 55-70F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Heirloom Year: 1879 Heirloom
    • Plant Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea

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    Corn - Golden Bantam 8 Row - Sweet Seed
    $1.99

    Home gardener's favorite for years! Sweet and tasty - soon to be your favorite too!

    After danger of frost is past plant seeds 3 per foot. Thin seedlings 8 inches apart. Roots are shallow so use care when controlling weeds. A 10-6-4 fertilizer is recommending during early growth but not after ears begin to form.

    Seed Information:

    • Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
    • Time to Maturity: about 3 months
    • Sun Requirement: sun
    • Spacing: 8 "apart
    • Depth: 1 1/2 inch
    • 25-30 Seeds Per Packet 
    • Seeds/Oz: 200
    • Ideal Germination Temperature: 75F
    • Sowing Method: Direct
    • Plant Scientific Name: Zea mays

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    Corn - Pearls and Gold
    $1.99

    The benchmark for white & yellow sweet corn - use fresh or frozen. 

    After danger of frost has passed, plant seeds 3-per-foot, 1.5 inches deep in soil.

    Thin seedlings 8 inches apart, in rows 1.5 feet apart.

    Roots are shallow, so use care when controlling weeds.

    Harvest: 3 months

    A 10-6-4 fertilizer is recommended during seedling stage.

    Non-GMO

    * 45-55 Seeds Per Packet 

     

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    Corn - Stowells Evergreen (White) Corn
    $1.99

    A traditional favorite and very Sweet!

    This may be the first “Sweet Corn” to be grown in America and will produce large ears (8”- 9” in length)! A true “classic”, this variety can be traced back as early as the mid 1800’s, grown by families just like yours!

    After danger of frost has passed, plant seeds 3-per-foot, 1.5 inches deep in soil.

    Thin seedlings 8 inches apart, in rows 1.5 feet apart.

    Roots are shallow, so use care when controlling weeds. A 10-6-4 fertilizer is recommended during seedling stage.

    Harvest: 3 months

    Days to Maturity: 80-100 Days

    Plant Height: 144 inches

    Plant Spacing: 12-15 inches

    Planting Depth: 1-2 inches

    Sowing Method: Direct Sow

    Scientific Name: Zea mays

    * 40-50 Seeds Per Packet 

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