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Asian Greens

Mustards

Mustard
Green WaveOrdering temporarily unavailable
3243  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Best-adapted mustard for northern climates. Hot mustardy flavor. Will come back when cut. Slow to bolt. Can be overwintered. read more
Mustard
Osaka Purple - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
3247  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Purple-streaked foliage and succulent broad stems. Spicy. Used for mesclun and braising. read more

Beans

Pole Beans

Pole Bean
Multicolored Pole Bean MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
297 (60-72 days) Open-pollinated. Pick a pole of polychromatic pods! We combine green, yellow, purple and striped varieties of staggered maturity into... read more

Soybeans

Soybean
ShirofumiOrdering temporarily unavailable
482 Open-pollinated. Vigorous thigh-high vines make early concentrated sets of light green pods, averaging two beans per pods. read more
Soybean
TankuroOrdering temporarily unavailable
490  (90 days) Open-pollinated. Black-seeded 3' plants. Pods contain 2-3 beans. Excellent flavor. read more

Beets

Beet
Bull’s BloodOrdering temporarily unavailable
2186  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Grown for greens, not roots. Large glossy reddish-purple leaves. Holds quality in summer but best in fall and under winter cover. read more
Beet
ChioggiaOrdering temporarily unavailable
2136  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Light red exterior; interior rings of pink and white. Green tops. Exceptional sweetness. read more
Beet
CylindraOrdering temporarily unavailable
2156  (56 days) Open-pollinated. Danish heirloom. 6" long cylindrical dark red beet. Excellent for pickling and processing. read more
Beet
Detroit Dark Red Short TopOrdering temporarily unavailable
2182  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Uniform globular smooth red beet. Tender interior with deep red flesh. A favorite of home gardeners and canners. read more
Beet
Early Wonder Tall TopOrdering temporarily unavailable
2108  (48 days) Open-pollinated. From 1911, beloved by commercial growers and home gardeners. Early beet greens and bunching beets. Quick cold soil emergence. Attractive purple tops. read more

Broccoli

Broccoli

Broccoli
Waltham 29Ordering temporarily unavailable
3320  (92 days) Open-pollinated. Reliable 6" heads with medium bead. No side shoot production. For fall crops only. read more

Broccoli Raab

Broccoli Raab
QuarantinaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3485  (40 days) Open-pollinated. Harvest young stems, leaves, and small flower buds. Leaves best in spring. Stems and flower buds best in fall crop. read more

Broccoli, Non-Heading

Broccoli, Non-Heading
PiracicabaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3327  (56 days) Open-pollinated. Sweet stalks and stems produce succulent small green loose heads with very large beads. Abundant side shoots. Excellent flavor and heat tolerance. read more

Cabbages

Green Cabbages

Green Cabbage
Early Jersey WakefieldOrdering temporarily unavailable
3355  (63 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Distinctive pointy 2-3 lb heads. Compact plant allows close spacing. Excellent flavor and tender texture. read more
Green Cabbage
Golden AcreOrdering temporarily unavailable
3352  (62 days) Open-pollinated. Classic early round 3-5 lb grey-green compact heads on short stems. Excellent flavor. Not long standing. read more

Red Cabbages

Red Cabbage
Mammoth Red RockOrdering temporarily unavailable
3389  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. 5-8 lb late storage red cabbage with firm flattened round 8-10" heads. Red-purple to the core. Crisp and sweet. read more

Savoy Cabbages

Savoy Cabbage
Des VertusOrdering temporarily unavailable
3384  (95 days) Open-pollinated. French Heirloom. Large medium-green heads average 4-6 lb. Juicy, with mild semi-sweet flavor. read more

Carrots

Early Carrots

Amsterdam #2Ordering temporarily unavailable
2024  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Slender tapered 6-7" long orange carrot. Crisp and tender with small core. read more
Early Carrot
Tonda di ParigiOrdering temporarily unavailable
2018  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Parisian heirloom. Round 1½" deep orange carrot. Harvest young and tender; enjoy cooked for sweetness and creamy texture. Easy in clay soil. read more

Main Season Carrots

Main Season Carrot
Jaune du DoubsOrdering temporarily unavailable
2078  (78 days) Open-pollinated. French heirloom. 5-8" conical smooth yellow carrot. Slightly green shoulders. Crisp and crunchy. Long storage. read more
Main Season Carrot
Red Cored ChantenayOrdering temporarily unavailable
2058  (70 days) Open-pollinated. French heirloom. Thick 5-7" long red-orange carrot. Performs well in heavy soil. Excellent flavor and long storage. read more
Main Season Carrot
Scarlet NantesOrdering temporarily unavailable
2042  (68 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. High-quality 6-7" bright orange carrot. Sweet flavor with small dark core. Bestseller. read more
Main Season Carrot
Shin Kuroda 5"Ordering temporarily unavailable
2073  (75 days) Open-pollinated. Bright orange stump-rooted Japanese carrot. Tender and sweet. Popular in Asian markets. read more

Corn

Bicolor Sweet Corn

Bicolor Sweet Corn
AmbrosiaOrdering temporarily unavailable
582  (75 days) F-1 hybrid. 16 rows. 6.5' plants. Good for markets or home-garden use. read more
Bicolor Sweet Corn
CappuccinoOrdering temporarily unavailable
590  (78 days) F-1 hybrid. Large sweet tender creamy kernels from well-filled 8" blunt ears with 14-16 rows. 6-7' plants. Sturdy thick stalks allow second ear production. read more
Bicolor Sweet Corn
EspressoOrdering temporarily unavailable
574  (70 days) F-1 hybrid. Early 6" ears with 14-16 rows. Good cold soil emergence. read more
Bicolor Sweet Corn
LatteOrdering temporarily unavailable
572  (68 days) F-1 hybrid. Early fancy tip-filled 8" ears. Quality and taste like late corn. Good cold-soil emergence. Often single ear per stalk; plant several rounds! read more
Bicolor Sweet Corn
SparklerOrdering temporarily unavailable
592  (78 days) F-1 hybrid. Up to 9" long fat ears. Plenty of husk protection and easy harvest ideal for market growers. read more

Flint & Field Corn

Hopi BlueOrdering temporarily unavailable
691  (100 days) Open-pollinated. 9' plants make 8-10" ears with deep kernels. Drought tolerant. Grinds easily into blue flour. read more

Popcorn

Popcorn
Robust 98114W WhiteOrdering temporarily unavailable
671  (98 days) F-1 hybrid. Long thin ears with large kernels. 6' stalk. read more

Supersweet

NirvanaOrdering temporarily unavailable
660 (75 days) Supersweet F-1 hybrid. Bicolor, 8" ears, 16-18 rows. We’ve been saying “Nevermind” to Supersweet corn for ages: the early years of sh2... read more

Yellow Sweet Corn

Yellow Sweet Corn
Bodacious RMOrdering temporarily unavailable
541  (77 days) F-1 hybrid. 8" ears. 16 rows. 7' plants. Same as original Bodacious with enhanced resistance. Exceptional sweetness. read more
Yellow Sweet Corn
CafeOrdering temporarily unavailable
506  (68 days) F-1 hybrid. Early, combines large size, flavor and quality with cold-soil performance. Bright yellow, tip-filled 8" ear. 5–6' plant. read more
Yellow Sweet Corn
Incredible RMOrdering temporarily unavailable
561  (85 days) F-1 hybrid. Handsome 8" tip-filled ears . Deep corn taste. read more
Sugar BunsOrdering temporarily unavailable
524  (74 days) F-1 hybrid. 6' tall plants. 14 rows. Does not have good cold soil emergence. read more

Cucumbers

Long-Fruited Cucumbers

Long-Fruited Cucumber
Telegraph Improved EuropeanOrdering temporarily unavailable
1392  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom is a performer in tunnels and outdoors. 10-14" slim Euro-type cuke with mild flavor; not bitter, few seeds. Trellis for straight fruits. read more

Pickling Cucumbers

Pickling Cucumber
CalypsoOrdering temporarily unavailable
1232  (52 days) F-1 hybrid. Gynoecious pickler. Medium-dark green fruit with white spines. Very productive. read more
Pickling Cucumber
NationalOrdering temporarily unavailable
1226  (52 days) Open-pollinated. Classic pickler. Dark green fruit with black spines. Non-bitter. Used for small pickles and dills. Long harvest window. read more

Slicing Cucumbers

Slicing Cucumber
Longfellow - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
1335 (70 days) Open-pollinated. Bred and released in 1927 by Jerome B. Rice Seed Co, Cambridge, NY. Stubborn Ox Farm of Brooks, ME, hosted Fedco’s 2018... read more
Slicing Cucumber
Marketmore 76Ordering temporarily unavailable
1312  (63 days) Open-pollinated. Classic slicerfor the Northeast. Dark green 8-8.5" uniform fruits. Vigorous throughout season. read more

Specialty Cucumbers

Specialty Cucumber
LemonOrdering temporarily unavailable
1372  (68 days) Open-pollinated. Specialty heirloom. Rounded 3" crisp non-bitter fruit. Skin turns from pale greenish yellow to lemon yellow. Productive. read more
Specialty Cucumber
Mexican Sour GherkinOrdering temporarily unavailable
1243  (65 days) Open-pollinated. Melothria scabra. Vigorous but delicate climbing vine. Profuse bearing of 1" oblong green and white fruits. Eat fresh or pickled. read more

Flower Seeds

Alyssum

Alyssum
Carpet of Snow AlyssumOrdering temporarily unavailable
4821 Lobularia maritima (60 days) Free-flowering long-blooming fragrant 4" dwarf white groundcover. Easy to grow. read more

Bachelor’s Buttons

Bachelor’s Button
Bachelor’s Button MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
4879 Centaurea cyanus (90 days) Showy blend of blue, pink, red, white flowers with blue predominating. read more
Bachelor’s Button
Blue BoyOrdering temporarily unavailable
4871 Centaurea cyanus (90 days) Showy blue. Easy to grow. read more
Bachelor’s Button
Red BoyOrdering temporarily unavailable
4877 Centaurea cyanus (90 days) Deep red. read more

Bee Balm

Bee Balm
Panorama Red Bee BalmOrdering temporarily unavailable
4886 Monarda didyma Perennial, Zones 4-9. The original true-red shade returns in all its glory after leaving the market for several years while the... read more

Begonia

Begonia
Nonstop Tuberous BegoniaOrdering temporarily unavailable
4889 Begonia x tuberhybrida (140 days) F-1 hybrid. Nine bright shades for a riot of color. Needs shade. read more

Bells of Ireland

Bells of IrelandOrdering temporarily unavailable
4896 Moluccella laevis (110 days) Everlasting. Spikes of bright green bell-shaped “flowers.” read more

Blue Flax

Blue FlaxOrdering temporarily unavailable
5079 Linum perenne Single light-blue flowers and finely cut foliage for borders or rock gardens. 9-12" tall. read more

Broom Corn

Broom Corn
Red Broom CornOrdering temporarily unavailable
5437 Sorghum bicolor (105 days) Produces tall sprays of seedheads laden with shiny red seeds. Great for fall decorations and bird feed. Used to make brooms. 7-10'. read more

Butterfly Weed

Butterfly WeedOrdering temporarily unavailable
4906 Asclepias tuberosa Bright orange waxy flowers attractive to butterflies and bees. read more

Calendulas

Calendula
Pacific Beauty MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
4920 Calendula officinalis The classic lovely yellow and orange mix. Herbalists highly regard its healing gifts. read more

Campanula

Campanula
Blue Clips CampanulaOrdering temporarily unavailable
4930 Campanula carpatica Perennial, Zones 4-10. Also known as Bellflower or Carpathian Harebell. Masses of light azure bellflowers dance 8" high above... read more

Celosias

Celosia
Cramer’s Amazon CelosiaOrdering temporarily unavailable
4956 Celosia argentea (120 days) Wild reddish-purple spikes; leaves green splashed with purple. 3-6' spires. read more

Chinese Forget-Me-Not

Chinese Forget-Me-Not
Firmament Chinese Forget-Me-NotOrdering temporarily unavailable
4965 Cynoglossum amabile Bright dainty 5-petaled azure-blue blossoms. 16-18" tall. read more

Coneflower

Coneflower
Yellow Prairie ConeflowerOrdering temporarily unavailable
5007 Ratibida columnifera Yellow petals around protruding chocolate-brown center disk. read more

Cosmos

Cosmos
Sensation Mix CosmosOrdering temporarily unavailable
5035 Cosmos bipinnatus (85-90 days) Pinks, roses, magentas and occasional whites. 4-5'. read more
Cosmos
Tango CosmosOrdering temporarily unavailable
5039 Cosmos sulphureus Flame-red free-flowering double blossoms on wiry stems. 4' tall. read more

Daisies

Daisy
Alaska StrainOrdering temporarily unavailable
5047 Leucanthemum x superbum Clean snow-white flowers with bright yellow centers. 3' tall. read more

Dianthus

Dianthus
Double Choice Mix Sweet WilliamOrdering temporarily unavailable
5061 Dianthus barbatus Fragrant biennial with flat-topped flowers in red, pink, white, lavender. 18" tall. read more

Dye Plants

Dye Plant
Dyer’s Coreopsis MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5904 Coreopsis tinctoria Beautiful native ornamental. Provides a full palette of color from yellows and greens to rusts and browns-and even black. read more
IndigoOrdering temporarily unavailable
5911 Polygonum tinctorium Japanese indigo preferred by dyers in Maine. A tender annual, indigo thrives in fertile soil and likes heat and humidity. read more

Flower Mixes

Flower Mix
Beneficials Mix - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
5804 Attract and maintain a diverse population of beneficial insects and pollinators with this mix of annuals, biennials and perennials. read more
Flower Mix
Cutflower MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5807 Mix of annual flowers that can be used for cutting. Includes aster, bachelor’s button, calendula, cosmos, zinnia, and more. read more
Flower Mix
Wildflower MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5809 For the Northeast. A blend of 19 perennial and self-sowing annual species native to or naturalized in northeast U.S. and Canada. read more

Forget-Me-Not

Forget-Me-NotOrdering temporarily unavailable
5091 Myosotis sylvatica Clusters of tiny sky-blue flowers. Self-seeds. 6" tall. read more

Four O’Clock

Four O’Clock
Tall Mix Four O’ClockOrdering temporarily unavailable
5095 Mirabilis jalapa Fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers in cerise, burgundy, pink, yellow, white. 2-3' tall. read more

Globe Amaranth

Globe Amaranth
Las Vegas Mix Globe AmaranthOrdering temporarily unavailable
5109 Gomphrena globosa Three vibrant colors: pink, purple and white. read more
Globe Amaranth
Las Vegas Purple Globe AmaranthOrdering temporarily unavailable
5102 Gomphrena globosa Beautiful round clover-like 1" purple flowers on 2' stems perfect for drying. Also enjoyable as bedding plant. Annual. read more

Hollyhocks

Indian Spring Single Mix HollyhockOrdering temporarily unavailable
5124 Alcea rosea Old-fashioned single 7' beauty in red, yellow, white and rose. read more

Honesty

HonestyOrdering temporarily unavailable
5132 Lunaria annua Coin-shaped seed pods shimmer in winter bouquets. 3' tall. read more

Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye WeedOrdering temporarily unavailable
5150 Eutrochium purpureum Dusty pinkish-purple flowers. Stately and beautiful. 5-9' tall. read more

Johnny-Jump-Up

Johnny-Jump-Up
Helen Mount Johnny-Jump-UpOrdering temporarily unavailable
5152 Viola tricolor Cute tricolor blooms in violet, lavender and canary yellow. 4-6" tall. read more

Larkspurs

Larkspur
Giant Imperial Mixed LarkspurOrdering temporarily unavailable
5168 Consolida ajacis Pinks, purples, blues and white. 3-4' tall. read more

Lavateras

Lavatera
Lavatera MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5171 Lavatera trimestris Mix contains mostly pink shades and some white. Explosion of funnel-shaped blossoms on 2' tall bushy plants. read more

Love-In-A-Mist

Love-In-A-Mist
Persian Jewels MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5184 Nigella damascena (70 days) Mix of pink, blue and white flowers. Spiky decorative seed pods used in dried arrangements. 18". read more

Lupines

Lupine
Russell Hybrids Choice Mix LupineOrdering temporarily unavailable
5199 Lupinus polyphyllus Mostly purple blooms with some bicolors in magenta, white and pink. read more

Marigold - French

Marigold - French
Sparky MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5235 Tagetes patula Mix of yellow, gold, orange and red. Double flowers are 2-2½" wide. Compact 10-12" plants. read more

Nasturtiums

Nasturtium
Alaska MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5280 Tropaeolum majus (60 days) Striking variegated green and white foliage and tangy yellow and orange blossoms. Great plant for hanging baskets. 16" plants. read more
Nasturtium
Empress of IndiaOrdering temporarily unavailable
5282 Tropaeolum majus (60 days) Dark purplish-green leaves with brilliant crimson-scarlet flowers contrast well with other varieties. 16" plants. read more
Nasturtium
Jewel MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5288 Tropaeolum majus (42 days) Bushy variety holds its blooms above the foliage. Early free-flowering blend of orange, yellow, red and gold. 16". read more
Nasturtium
Peach MelbaOrdering temporarily unavailable
5293 Tropaeolum minus (60 days) Named for the dessert. Primrose-cream blossoms with pearly red centers. Sets abundant blooms above compact lily-pad foliage. read more
Nasturtium
Tall Climbing MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5291 Tropaeolum majus (65 days) Red, orange, gold and bicolor shades. Red blossoms spicier than lighter colors. Prolific blossom set. 4-6' tall. read more

Phlox

Phlox
Drummondii MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5335 Phlox drummondi Large umbel blooms in a range of pinks, reds, white, and bicolor combinations. 24" sprawling plants. read more

Poppies

Poppy
Shirley Double Choice MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5379 Papaver Elegant semi-double blooms all summer in shades of pink, rose, salmon, scarlet and white. 2½' tall. read more

Red Hot Poker

Red Hot Poker
Flamenco Red Hot PokerOrdering temporarily unavailable
5343 Kniphofia uvaria A riot of yellow, orange and fiery red tubular flowers. Blooms July-September. An unusual accent in arrangements. read more

Rudbeckias

Rudbeckia
Prairie SunOrdering temporarily unavailable
5399 Rudbeckia hirta (88 days) Very large and distinctive. Pointy golden petals with light yellow tips. Branching 24-30" plants have long stems, ideal for cutflowers. read more

Statice

Statice
Mixed ColorsOrdering temporarily unavailable
5464 Limonium sinuatum (115 days) Mix includes lavender, rose, purple, white. Especially suited for dried arrangements, also good in fresh. 2-2½' tall. read more

Strawflowers

Strawflower
Monstrosum MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5488 Xerochrysum bracteatum Hot pink, light pink, white, gold and deep rose. 2-2½" fully double flowers, excellent for drying. 30-40" tall. read more

Sunflowers

Sunflower
FlorenzaOrdering temporarily unavailable
5507 Helianthus annuus Stunning brown-centered 6" blooms are maroonish red with yellow tips. Mix with others to make a bouquet pop. 3½' tall. read more
Sunflower
Green HeartOrdering temporarily unavailable
5509 Helianthus annuus F-1 hybrid. Golden-yellow blooms with amazing 4" lime-green centers. Great for cutflowers and pollen-free. Tall straight single stems grow up to 5'. read more
Sunflower
Mammoth Grey StripeOrdering temporarily unavailable
5518 Helianthus annuus (120 days) A traditional variety of giant single-stem sunflower with large seed heads. One to grow if you want to eat the seeds or plant a maze. 6”12'. read more
Sunflower
SchnittgoldOrdering temporarily unavailable
5536 Helianthus annuus Handsome single-headed 5' sunflower. Double ring surrounded by deep yellow petals makes a striking display. 8-10" blooms. A superb cutflower. read more
Sunflower
Sunflower SamplerOrdering temporarily unavailable
5599 Helianthus annuus Our third-best seller among flowers. This mix of a half dozen varieties creates a lovely display. No dwarfs or mammoths. read more

Sweet Peas

Sweet Pea
Knee-High MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5626 Lathyrus odoratus Semi-dwarf 20" bush-type plants need no support, produce full-length stems. Mix includes chianti, pink, blue-violet and lavender. read more
Sweet Pea
Perennial Sweet PeaOrdering temporarily unavailable
5611 Lathyrus latifolius The traditional English cottage sweet pea. Shades of rose, white and pink in big clusters. Good cutflowers. Climbs 6'. read more

Wallflower

Wallflower
Siberian WallflowerOrdering temporarily unavailable
5675 Cheiranthus allionii Hardy biennial, blooms first year. Charming bright orange spice-scented phlox-like 4-petaled blossoms are anything but shy,... read more

Zinnias

Zinnia
Benary’s Giants LimeOrdering temporarily unavailable
5700 Zinnia elegans (85 days) A trendy color in this superior series. A most elegant giant dahlia-flowered zinnia. Long stems perfect for cutting. read more
Zinnia
Benary’s Giants MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5707 Zinnia elegans (85 days) From yellow, orange and white to scarlet, rose-pink, coral, deep red, lilac and purple. Long stems perfect for cutting. read more
Zinnia
Benary’s Giants ScarletOrdering temporarily unavailable
5702 Zinnia elegans (85 days) Rich bright scarlet. A most elegant giant dahlia-flowered zinnia. Long stems perfect for cutting. read more
Zinnia
Benary’s Giants WineOrdering temporarily unavailable
5704 Zinnia elegans (85 days) A very hot fuchsia. A most elegant giant dahlia-flowered zinnia. Long stems perfect for cutting. read more
Zinnia
IncaOrdering temporarily unavailable
5717 Zinnia elegans Waist-high stems bear striking 3-4" single blaze-orange blooms with showy yellow disk florets. Long stems for cutting. Flowers July-Oct. read more
Zinnia
Pumila MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5725 Zinnia elegans Small 2' plants with flowers 2½-3" across. Wide range of colors includes orange, yellow, white, pink, lavender and scarlet. read more
Zinnia
State Fair MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
5731 Zinnia elegans (90 days) Huge single and double blooms on 30" plants. Colors include red, magenta, purple, orange, lavender and pink. Our best-selling zinnia. read more

Gourds

Large Gourds

Large Gourd
BushelOrdering temporarily unavailable
1990  (135 days) Open-pollinated. Lagenaria. Shaped like a large 18" bowl with a pot lid. Start indoors. read more
Large Gourd
Large Bottle or BirdhouseOrdering temporarily unavailable
1966  (120 days) Open-pollinated. Lagenaria. Large gourd with bulbous base and narrow neck. Fruit can grow 14" tall and 12" in diameter. Start indoors. read more
Large Gourd
Speckled SwanOrdering temporarily unavailable
1968 (120 days) Lagenaria siceraria Open-pollinated. Fairgoers have gawked at these show-stealers, whether in Jack Kertesz’ demonstration gardens or at... read more

Luffa

LuffaOrdering temporarily unavailable
1962  (110 days) Open-pollinated. Used to make sponges and scrubbies. Also edible when harvested young. Requires a long season; start indoors. read more

Small Gourds

Small Gourd
Autumn WingsOrdering temporarily unavailable
1957  (100 days) Open-pollinated. A vivid mix of greens, yellows, creams and whites on straight and curved necks, all with double sets of wings and fins. read more
Small Gourd
Professional Small Warted MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
1939  (95 days) Open-pollinated. Warted assorted flats, rounds, short pears and spoons in a variety of colors and patterns. read more
Small Gourd
Small Ornamental MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
1912  (95 days) Open-pollinated. Eight kinds of early-maturing types, with small spoon, bicolored pear and small orange most prevalant. read more
Small Gourd
Tennessee Dancing GourdOrdering temporarily unavailable
1908  (93 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom ornamental. Tiny 2-3" green-and-white striped bottle gourds. Rampant vines. Hard shells dry to tan. read more

Greens

Arugula

ArugulaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3022  (47 days) Open-pollinated. Great tasting musky greens. Bolt resistant strain. Cold tolerant, great for early spring, late fall, over-wintering. read more
Arugula
SylvettaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3027  (50 days) Open-pollinated. Wild Arugula. Deeply lobed dark green narrow leaves. Excellent for cold-season salads, but also shows good summer endurance. read more

Chard

Chard
ArgentataOrdering temporarily unavailable
3033  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Vigorous long-standing 2-3' plants with broad silvery-white midribs and deep green savoyed leaves. read more
Chard
Fordhook GiantOrdering temporarily unavailable
3031  (50 days) Open-pollinated. Standard broad white stems and dark green savoyed leaves with white veins. read more
Chard
Perpetual SpinachOrdering temporarily unavailable
3034  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Tender smooth leaves, thin stems, spinach-like flavor. Lasts through summer into fall. Withstands some frosts. read more

Chicory

Chicory
Italiko RossoOrdering temporarily unavailable
3047  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Savory Italian chicory with deeply toothed red-veined leaves. Best in cool weather, can become bitter in heat. read more
Chicory
Pan di ZuccheroOrdering temporarily unavailable
3048  (80 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. 1' tall large tight chicory with light green leaves. Very mild flavor. Stores well. read more
Chicory
PuntarelleOrdering temporarily unavailable
3049  (80 days) Open-pollinated. Italian heirloom chicory grown for its fused stems which form a swollen bulb. Sweet stalks harvested young and tender. read more

Endive

Endive
Full Heart BatavianOrdering temporarily unavailable
3092 (85 days) Open-pollinated. Also known as Escarole. Although very similar to Broad-Leaved, we liked this strain better for being a little more... read more

Perennial Greens

Perennial Green
Broad-Leaved SorrelOrdering temporarily unavailable
3192 Rumex acetosa (60 days) Open-pollinated. Thick sword-shaped lemony-flavored leaves picked when young and tender. A special treat in early spring. Perennial hardy to Z3. read more
Perennial Green
Watercress - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
3059 Nasturtium officinale Open-pollinated. Perennial hardy to Z4. Tasty green likes full sun and soggy conditions. Use in salads and soups. read more

Radicchio

Radicchio
Palla di Fuoco RossaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3190  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Uniform round Chioggia-type with deep burgundy red heads. read more
Radicchio
Radicchio di TrevisoOrdering temporarily unavailable
3189  (80 days) Open-pollinated. White-veined leaves turn from green to variegated burgundy red in cool weather. Romaine-shaped heads. Best for fall crops. read more

Specialty Greens

Specialty Green
Large-Leaf Round MacheOrdering temporarily unavailable
3114  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Vigorous large-leaf type of staple salad green. Best for sowing in spring for early summer harvest. read more
Specialty Green
New Zealand SpinachOrdering temporarily unavailable
2592  (52 days) Open-pollinated. New Zealand native plant. Spinach-like green stands well in the heat of summer. read more
Specialty Green
Verte de Cambrai MacheOrdering temporarily unavailable
3102  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Very cold-hardy small-seeded small-leaved strain of this winter staple salad green. Can be overwintered. read more

Herbs

Herb
Ashwagandha - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4411 Withania somnifera Open-pollinated. In Sanskrit its name means ‘the vitality of the horse’ and it imparts such energy; somnifera promotes sleep.... read more
Herb
Astragalus - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4412 Astragalus membranaceus Open-pollinated. Safe effective adaptogenic tonic to use daily throughout the year, aiding digestion and promoting immune... read more
Herb
BorageOrdering temporarily unavailable
4490 Borago officinalis (55 days) Open-pollinated. Gloria Seigars suggests it as a great border for the vegetable garden where the dense plants smother... read more
Herb
CarawayOrdering temporarily unavailable
4507 Carum carvi Open-pollinated. Feathery-leaved 2' biennial grown primarily for its seeds to season soups, stews, breads and pastries. Its leaves are... read more
Herb
CatnipOrdering temporarily unavailable
4509 Nepeta cataria Open-pollinated. “If you set it, the cats will get it; if you sow it, they won’t know it.” Hardy perennial, will self-sow once... read more
CodonopsisOrdering temporarily unavailable
4520 Codonopsis pilosula Open-pollinated. Also called Poor Man’s Ginseng and dang shen in China. Perennial to Zone 4. Used in Chinese medicine like... read more
Herb
CuminOrdering temporarily unavailable
4522 Cuminum cyminum (100-115 days) Open-pollinated. After black pepper, the most widely used spice in the world. Seeds of this culinary cumin are... read more
Herb
Fennel - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4560 (65 days) This fennel, which doesn’t bulb, puts all its energy into making seeds. Although used similarly to anise in cooking, fennel seed is much... read more
Herb
Garlic ChivesOrdering temporarily unavailable
4577 Allium tuberosum Open-pollinated. Also called Chinese chives or Chinese leeks. Known as jiu cai in China. Grows like chives, 1' tall, but has flat... read more
Herb
German ThymeOrdering temporarily unavailable
4687 Thymus vulgaris Open-pollinated. Creeping 10–12" mat-forming perennial brings depth of flavor to soups, gravies, casseroles. Said to calm the... read more
Herb
HyssopOrdering temporarily unavailable
4582 Hyssopus officinalis Open-pollinated. Beautiful aromatic perennial border plant that produces spikes of indigo flowers, traditionally used in... read more
Herb
Lemon BalmOrdering temporarily unavailable
4588 Melissa officinalis Open-pollinated. The Greek word Melissa means ‘honeybee’; the plant in flower attracts them. Perennial growing to 2'. Gather... read more
Lemon MintOrdering temporarily unavailable
4589 Monarda citriodora Open-pollinated. An annual member of the bee balm genus in the mint family. Native to Appalachia and related to Oswego Tea. The... read more
Herb
LemongrassOrdering temporarily unavailable
4587 Cymbopogon flexuosus Open-pollinated. Nikos searched for years for this culinary strain of lemongrass, native to Southeast Asia, used in food and... read more
Herb
LovageOrdering temporarily unavailable
4592 Levisticum officinale Open-pollinated. An underrated herb with many uses. Leaves have a strong celery taste and can flavor soups, stews and... read more
Herb
Milk Thistle - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4630 Silybum marianum Open-pollinated. Named for the bold white splashes on its glossy leaves, said to be from Mary’s milk. Fast-growing 3–5' annual... read more
Herb
PennyroyalOrdering temporarily unavailable
4651 Mentha pulegium Open-pollinated. Native to Europe, across the Mediterranean into Persia. Hardy aromatic ground cover notorious for its... read more
Sweet WoodruffOrdering temporarily unavailable
4698 Galium odoratum Open-pollinated. Perennial ground cover for shade. Whorls of pointed vanilla-scented leaves covered with clusters of tiny snowy-white spring flowers. 6-8" tall. read more
Herb
White YarrowOrdering temporarily unavailable
4699 Achillea millefolium Open-pollinated. Flat-topped white flowers bloom June–August with an odd alluring scent that attracts bees, butterflies and... read more

Basil

Basil
Anise BasilOrdering temporarily unavailable
4436 Open-pollinated. Originally from Persia. Vigorous mulberry-tinted basil with anise fragrance makes a highly decorative tall bushy plant. Slow to... read more
Basil
Flowering Thai Basil - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4471 (60 days) In our 2019 basil trials, this outstanding culinary and ornamental strain of Thai basil left us breathless. Sporting the same purple... read more
Basil
Genovese BasilOrdering temporarily unavailable
4418 (70 days) Open-pollinated. The choice of many connoisseurs for making pesto. Also called Perfumed Basil. Leaves are slightly smaller and finer... read more
Basil
Mammoth BasilOrdering temporarily unavailable
4422 Open-pollinated. No grape leaves available? Lettuce-leaf type has very large ruffled leaves suitable for rolling or stuffing. Flavor similar to... read more
Basil
Spicy Globe BasilOrdering temporarily unavailable
4430 Ocimum basilicum minimum (70 days) Open-pollinated. Marvelous little basil grows to about 8" and maintains a compact mound of light green leaves... read more

Chervil

ChervilOrdering temporarily unavailable
3044 Anthriscus cerefolium (60 days) Open-pollinated. Flavorful lacy leaves. Slow-bolting. read more

Dill

Dill
Bouquet DillOrdering temporarily unavailable
4530 (55 days) The biggest, best and ferniest strain of the four in our lot grow-out. Bouquet is usually grown for dill weed production because its... read more
Dill
Bouquet Dill - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4531 (55 days) Bouquet is usually grown for dill weed production because its leaves are sweeter and more refined than those of Mammoth. Foliage should... read more
Dill
Mammoth DillOrdering temporarily unavailable
4542 Variety generally grown for its seeds. Can also be used as dill weed, but the foliage is slightly darker, coarser and stronger-tasting than that... read more

Echinacea

Echinacea
Purple Coneflower - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4547 Echinacea purpurea Large, showy, vigorous and hardy, a popular garden perennial since the early 1700s. Large fibrous roots are easy to harvest.... read more

Lavender

Lavender
Vincenza Blue LavenderOrdering temporarily unavailable
4586 Open-pollinated. More compact habit than common Lavender with deeper green leaves and a more powerful, less sweet, aroma. 1' plants have bold... read more

Oregano

Oregano
Greek OreganoOrdering temporarily unavailable
4648 Origanum heracleoticum The true culinary herb for Greek and Italian cooking. Low-growing perennial with fragrant dull green and purple leaves and... read more

Savory

Savory
Summer SavoryOrdering temporarily unavailable
4672 Satureja hortensis (70 days) Open-pollinated. Annual grows to 1½' with narrow dark green leaves and lavender flowers. Cut often during growing... read more

Kale and Collards

Collards

ChampionOrdering temporarily unavailable
3443  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Rich dark Vates strain selected to stand longer into late fall and early winter. Chock full of nutrition; like kale but smooth large green leaves. read more
Collard
Variegated - ECOOrdering temporarily unavailable
3444  (61 days) Open-pollinated. Florida heirloom. Develops beautiful white ribs that contrast with yellow-green leaves at maturity. read more
Collard
VatesOrdering temporarily unavailable
3441  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Large upright 1.5-2' plants have large dark green thick crumpled leaves with mild cabbagey flavor. Will overwinter in high tunnels. read more

Dinosaur Kale

Dinosaur Kale
Nero di TuscanaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3467  (62 days) Open-pollinated. Italian heirloom also known as Lacinato, Dinosaur kale, Tuscan Black. Very dark green wrinkled, pebbled leaves extend like palm fronds from stalk. read more

Siberian Kale

Siberian Kale
Red Russian - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
3462  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Unsurpassed tenderness and flavor. Green oakleaf with purple veining darkens in cold weather. Wilts quickly once picked. read more

Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi
White ViennaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3475  (58 days) Open-pollinated. Central European heirloom. Green kohlrabi with short tops and medium stems. White interior is crisp, tender, pungent. read more

Lettuce

Butterhead Lettuce

Butterhead Lettuce
Bronze MignonetteOrdering temporarily unavailable
2805  (46 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Very small ruffled bronze-tinged butterhead lettuce. read more
Butterhead Lettuce
Kagraner SommerOrdering temporarily unavailable
2839  (58 days) Open-pollinated. Elegant pale green heads of excellent quality. Excellent heat tolerance. read more
Butterhead Lettuce
Speckled Amish - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
2831  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Very attractive bibb lettuce has apple-green leaves splashed with maroon-red flecks. Selected for resistance to Tip Burn. read more
Butterhead Lettuce
Tom ThumbOrdering temporarily unavailable
2803  (46 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Miniature early tight 5" diameter butterhead lettuce. Outer leaves light-medium green, centers creamy white. read more

Iceberg or Crisphead Lettuce

Iceberg or Crisphead Lettuce
Red IcebergOrdering temporarily unavailable
2922  (63 days) Open-pollinated. Compact medium-sized heads with burgundy-red exterior. Interior shades to green. Resists becoming mushy in heat. read more

Lettuce Mix

Lettuce Mix - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
2981 Open-pollinated. Contrasting colors and leaf forms and all certified organic! At least a half-dozen different lettuces, all suitable for cut-and-come-again culture. read more
Lettuce Mix
Winter Lettuce MixOrdering temporarily unavailable
2988 Open-pollinated. Mix of kinds that stand the cold, for late fall eating, for keeping under cover for winter salads, for winter survival and the earliest spring growth. read more

Lollo Rosso Lettuce

Lollo Rosso Lettuce
Dark Lollo Rossa - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
2793  (53 days) Open-pollinated. Much darker red version of Lollo Rossa. Adds color, texture and loft to baby salad mixes. read more

Looseleaf Lettuce

Looseleaf Lettuce
Red Salad BowlOrdering temporarily unavailable
2728  (46 days) Open-pollinated. Bronze-red oakleaves. Compact frilly rosette. Buttery. Best in cool weather. read more
Looseleaf Lettuce
Salad BowlOrdering temporarily unavailable
2722  (46 days) Open-pollinated. Bright green frilly notched leaves. Compact rosette. Best in cool weather. read more
Looseleaf Lettuce
SloboltOrdering temporarily unavailable
2783  (53 days) Open-pollinated. Grand Rapids-type with slow early growth and pale-green leaves. Excellent heat tolerance and bolt resistance. Recommended for summer production. read more
Looseleaf Lettuce
Tango - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
2791  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Frilly looseleaf lettuce with deeply cut pointed leaves. A standard component of salad mixes. Recommended for overwintering and cool weather. read more

Oakleaf Lettuce

Oakleaf Lettuce
Lingua di Canarino (Canary Tongue) - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
2768 (50 days) Lingua is a refined oakleaf that grows larger and stands longer than the original Oakleaf without bolting or getting bitter.... read more

Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce
Crisp Mint - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
2883  (70 days) Open-pollinated. Dark green ruffled-leaved romaine with open habit and rounded top. Very crisp and sweet. Decent heat tolerance. read more
Romaine Lettuce
ForellenschlussOrdering temporarily unavailable
2857  (56 days) Open-pollinated. German heirloom. Attractive romaine has deep green leaves flecked with wine-red splotches. Excellent flavor and decent heat tolerance. Bestseller. read more
Romaine Lettuce
Parris Island CosOrdering temporarily unavailable
2879  (68 days) Open-pollinated. Market standard romaine. Upright 8-9" heads fold inward to form compact greenish-white centers. Resists bolting, even in heat. read more
Romaine Lettuce
Rouge d’HiverOrdering temporarily unavailable
2865  (65 days) Open-pollinated. French heirloom. Semi-romaine head with deep red outer leaves. Green inner leaves with bronze tips. Excellent cold tolerance, good for overwintering. read more
Romaine Lettuce
Winter DensityOrdering temporarily unavailable
2849  (60 days) Open-pollinated. French heirloom has substance with succulence. Begins like a bibb, matures into a well-wrapped romaine. Thick tender dark green leaves. Cold hardy. read more

Melons

Melon
DoveOrdering temporarily unavailable
916 (70 days) F-1 hybrid. I was shocked and awed to harvest a vine-ripe melon of that name on Aug. 6, my earliest ever. In all, I picked five,... read more
Melon
Prescott Fond BlancOrdering temporarily unavailable
942  (88 days) Open-pollinated. Outside: wrinkled bumpy warted puffy-looking grey-green rock. Inside: green, yellow and deep orange juicy melting dense flesh. Rich aroma. read more
Prescott Fond Blanc - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
943  (88 days) Open-pollinated. Outside: wrinkled bumpy warted puffy-looking grey-green rock. Inside: green, yellow and deep orange juicy melting dense flesh. Rich aroma. read more
Melon
SensationOrdering temporarily unavailable
996  (85 days) F-1 hybrid. Complex flavor, sweet white flesh. Round 2-4 lb fruit with sparse net. Green skin turns orangey-yellow when ripe. Harvest at full slip. read more

Galia-type Melons

Galia-type Melon
CourierOrdering temporarily unavailable
960 (85 days) F-1 hybrid. In our variable (good, bad and downright ugly!) northern summers, we’ve been disappointed by the elusive flavor and sugar... read more

Muskmelons

Delicious 51Ordering temporarily unavailable
985 (88 days) Open-pollinated. Among the best widely available open-pollinated muskmelons for cold climates. Distinctively ribbed with sparse netting,... read more
Muskmelon
Golden Gopher - BDOrdering temporarily unavailable
980  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Very deep orange flesh. Round-to-oval heavily ribbed 2-4 lb fruit with sparse net. Harvest at full slip. read more
Muskmelon
HalonaOrdering temporarily unavailable
970  (74 days) F-1 hybrid. Thick orange flesh with small seed cavity. Oval 6" diameter 3 lb fruit with medium net. Very early ripening from TP. Harvest at full slip. read more
Muskmelon
Hannah’s ChoiceOrdering temporarily unavailable
979  (85 days) F-1 hybrid. Deep orange flesh. Oval 3-5 lb fruit, medium net. Harvest at full slip. Excellent flavor. read more
Muskmelon
Hearts of Gold - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
982 (85 days) Open-pollinated. Once the most popular melon in the Midwest, this 2–3 lb orange-fleshed muskmelon with a thin rind and thick flesh still... read more
Muskmelon
Home RunOrdering temporarily unavailable
978 (82 days) F-1 hybrid. For some, the most memorable home run in MLB history is Hammerin’ Hank Aaron whacking #715 on April 8, 1974, to pass Babe... read more
Muskmelon
Pride of WisconsinOrdering temporarily unavailable
983  (88 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Salmon-colored flesh with small seed cavity. Large oval coarsely netted 5-7 lb fruit. read more
Muskmelon
Pride of Wisconsin - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
984  (88 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Salmon-colored flesh with small seed cavity. Large oval coarsely netted 5-7 lb fruit. read more
Muskmelon
Sugar CubeOrdering temporarily unavailable
977 (80 days) F-1 hybrid. While the breeder’s promo uses all caps to shout muskmelon Sugar Cube’s supreme disease resistance, our exclamations exalted... read more

Okra

Okra
Beck’s Big Buck - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
3699  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Big fluted tender green pods on sturdy plants. Will produce in central Maine, but better suited to farther south. read more

Onions and Leeks

Red Storage Onions

Red WethersfieldOrdering temporarily unavailable
2481  (110 days) Open-pollinated. 19th century heirloom. Large medium-firm deep purple-red flattened globes with pinkish-white fine-grained flesh. Long-day. Keeps till late winter. read more

Red Summer Onions

Red Summer Onion
Rossa Lunga di TropeaOrdering temporarily unavailable
2485  (110 days) Open-pollinated. For latitudes 35–48°. Italian Heirloom. Torpedo-shaped glossy red thin-skinned onion. Sweet, mild. Fair to good storage. read more

White Summer Onions

Crystal White WaxOrdering temporarily unavailable
2444  (70 days) Open-pollinated. Early 1.5" round pearly white baby onions. Can be used in pickling. read more

Yellow Storage Onions

Yellow Storage Onion
Borrettana CipolliniOrdering temporarily unavailable
2477  (105 days) Open-pollinated. Adapted to 38° latitude and north. Italian heirloom. Flattened 1" thick 3-4" diameter mild yellow-skinned onion. Braids well. read more

Other Roots

Parsnips

Parsnip
Harris ModelOrdering temporarily unavailable
2310  (120 days) Open-pollinated. Classic smooth tapered sweet white parsnip average 10" long. read more

Rutabagas

Rutabaga
Laurentian RutabagaOrdering temporarily unavailable
2398  (95 days) Open-pollinated. Canadian origin. Uniform 5-6" almost neckless rutabaga with deep purple crown and cream-yellow base. Sweet pale yellow flesh. read more

Scorzonera

Scorzonera
Noir de RussieOrdering temporarily unavailable
2322  (120 days) Open-pollinated. European heirloom. Long narrow dark-skinned white-fleshed root. Distinctive. read more

Turnips

Turnip
Gold Ball TurnipOrdering temporarily unavailable
2376  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Round to globe-shaped turnip with smooth yellow skin and yellow flesh. Broad leaves. read more
Turnip
Purple Top White GlobeOrdering temporarily unavailable
2378  (50 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Purple tops, white bottoms, white flesh. read more
Turnip
White Egg TurnipOrdering temporarily unavailable
2372  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Smooth-skinned egg-shaped early white turnip with mild sweet white flesh. Keeps well. read more

Peas

Shell Peas

Shell Pea
Champion of EnglandOrdering temporarily unavailable
780 (70 days) Open-pollinated. The British take their peas and their beer seriously. And legend has it that this superb 1840s English shell pea’s... read more

Snap Peas

Snap Pea
Amish SnapOrdering temporarily unavailable
885 (62 days) Open-pollinated. Before Drs. Lamborn and Parker bred the now-epic 1952 Sugarsnap, lesser-known precursors called mangetout (‘eat all’ in... read more

Snow Peas

Snow Pea
Green BeautyOrdering temporarily unavailable
820  (60 days) Open-pollinated. 7-8' vine. 5" long light green pods. High yields. Excellent flavor. Purple flowers. read more

Peppers

Elongated Sweet Peppers

Elongated Sweet Pepper
AconcaguaOrdering temporarily unavailable
3769  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Cone-shaped 2½x10" fruits taper to a blunt end. Ripens from green to yellow to red. Sweet, crunchy, fruity; ideal for grilling and frying. read more
Elongated Sweet Pepper
Apple - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
3764 (80 days) Open-pollinated. Looking more like a lipstick than an apple, these shiny 4" fruits are elongated, with wide shoulders narrowing to a... read more
Elongated Sweet Pepper
CubanelleOrdering temporarily unavailable
3766  (80 days) Open-pollinated. 6x2" waxy yellow-green frying pepper. Turns red. Not pungent. Very prolific. read more

Hot Peppers

Hot Pepper
AnaheimOrdering temporarily unavailable
3807  (78 days) Open-pollinated. Dark green to red 7" long tapered. Pungent, moderately hot; 900-2,500 Scovilles. Typical pepper for chiles rellenos. read more
Hot Pepper
Early JalapeñoOrdering temporarily unavailable
3834  (75 days) Open-pollinated. Dark green 3x1" sausage-shaped blunt fruit. Brown netting appears as fruit ripens to dark red. Hot! 4,000-6,500 Scovilles. Early. read more
Hot Pepper
FireballOrdering temporarily unavailable
3819  (75 days) F-1 hybrid. Shiny-green to blazing-red small strawberry-shaped cherry-type. Sweet and spicy, 2,500-5,000 Scovilles. read more
Hot Pepper
Hungarian Hot WaxOrdering temporarily unavailable
3837  (68 days) Open-pollinated. Smooth waxy yellow 5.5x1.5" tapered fruits ripen to orange then red. Semi-hot, 5,000-10,000 Scovilles. Early and prolific. read more
Hot Pepper
Long Red Narrow CayenneOrdering temporarily unavailable
3821  (75 days) Open-pollinated. Bright red, 5-6" long by 1/2" wide tapered and often curled. Hot, pungent; 3,500-5,000 Scovilles. Dries easily. Prolific. read more
Hot Pepper
Orange HabaneroOrdering temporarily unavailable
3874  (90 days) Open-pollinated. Green to tangerine Scotch Bonnet-type wrinkled pendulous fruit. Blisteringly hot, 200,000-325,000 Scovilles. Needs heat to grow well. read more

Physalis

Husk Cherries

Husk Cherry
Aunt Molly’s - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4005  (72 days) Open-pollinated. Golden berries in papery husks. Small but flavorful. Sweet, nutty, delicious snack. read more

Pumpkins

Culinary Pumpkins

Culinary Pumpkin
Baby PamOrdering temporarily unavailable
1711  (99 days) Open-pollinated. Small, uniform deep orange 3-4 lb fruit will ripen even in poor growing seasons. read more
Culinary Pumpkin
Naked BearOrdering temporarily unavailable
1725 (105 days) Cucurbita pepo F-1 hybrid. At first glance, it’s a cute squat 2–4 lb orange mini-pumpkin with thick stubby handles. Perfect for the... read more
Culinary Pumpkin
New England PieOrdering temporarily unavailable
1719  (102 days) Open-pollinated. Classic heirloom. 4 lb orange fruit with medium ribbing. The standard for pies. read more
Culinary Pumpkin
New England Pie - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
1720  (102 days) Open-pollinated. Classic heirloom. 4 lb orange fruit with medium ribbing. The standard for pies. read more
Culinary Pumpkin
Winter Luxury - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
1718  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. 7-8 lb rich-orange globed fruit with distinct finely russeted netted skin. Excellent for pies. read more

Large Pumpkins

Large Pumpkin
Connecticut FieldOrdering temporarily unavailable
1748  (115 days) Open-pollinated. Classic heirloom jack o' lantern. 15-25 lb orange fruit. Not uniform in size or shape. read more
Large Pumpkin
HowdenOrdering temporarily unavailable
1751  (115 days) Open-pollinated. Classic very large jack o' lantern. Symmetrical solid-orange 20-30 lb fruit with hard ridged skin. Very productive. read more

Medium Pumpkins

Medium Pumpkin
LuminaOrdering temporarily unavailable
1713  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Medium-size. Lustrous smooth ivory 12 lb fruit. read more
Medium Pumpkin
Rouge Vif d’ÉtampesOrdering temporarily unavailable
1727  (105 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom French squash-pumpkin. Burnt orange to red flattened 7-30 lb fruit with deep ridges. Edible and ornamental. read more

Small Pumpkins

Small Pumpkin
Jack Be LittleOrdering temporarily unavailable
1705  (95 days) Open-pollinated. Mini ornamental. Darling 8 oz flattened heavily ribbed fruit on short vines. read more
Small Pumpkin
Wee-B-LittleOrdering temporarily unavailable
1702  (90 days) Open-pollinated. Mini ornamental. Cute orange unribbed 8-12 oz fruits. Small vines produce 3-4 fruits each. read more

Radishes

Radish
ChampionOrdering temporarily unavailable
2234  (25 days) Open-pollinated. Smooth-skinned scarlet-red radish with firm mild white flesh. read more
Radish
Cherry BelleOrdering temporarily unavailable
2214  (25 days) Open-pollinated. ¾" diameter smooth-skinned red bunching radish. Firm white flesh. read more
Radish
Pink Lady SlipperOrdering temporarily unavailable
2230 (25 days) Open-pollinated. Named for the large showy wildflower that is listed as “of concern” in the Native Plant Protection Act, this is one... read more
Radish
ZlataOrdering temporarily unavailable
2257  (30 days) Open-pollinated. Polish origin. Medium-sized bunching radish with yellow-tan russeted skin. White flesh is crunchy, crisp and lightly spicy. read more

Spinach

Spinach

Spinach
BloomsdaleOrdering temporarily unavailable
2540  (42 days) Open-pollinated. Standard crinkled-leaf spinach. Very good cold soil emergence. Much better in fall than spring. read more
Spinach
Giant WinterOrdering temporarily unavailable
2555  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Recommended for late fall, winter greenhouse, or overwintering under mulch. Large semi-savoyed medium-green spinach selected for cold hardiness. read more

Squash - Summer

Lebanese Summer Squash

Lebanese Summer Squash
AlexandriaOrdering temporarily unavailable
1484  (47 days) F-1 hybrid. Early with good production extending 2 months. Easy picking. read more
Lebanese Summer Squash
White BushOrdering temporarily unavailable
1489  (50 days) Open-pollinated. Lebanese. Bulbous fruit has thin pale green skin with white specks. Vigorous bush habit. read more

Patty Pan Squash

Patty Pan Squash
Benning’s Green TintOrdering temporarily unavailable
1590  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Classic heirloom. Uniform scalloped 2-3" fruit with greenish-cream skin. Excellent flavor. read more

Yellow Summer Squash

Yellow Summer Squash
SaffronOrdering temporarily unavailable
1504  (42 days) Open-pollinated. Semi-crookneck. Yellow 4-6" fruit with few warts. Open bush plant with small single stem and big leaves. read more
Yellow Summer Squash
Slick Pik YS 26™Ordering temporarily unavailable
1512  (48 days) F-1 hybrid. Slim 8" fruit with small "bell" end. Spineless plant. Very early bearing with continuous production. read more

Zucchini

Zucchini
Black ZucchiniOrdering temporarily unavailable
1411  (50 days) Open-pollinated. Cylindrical. Classic. Very dark green fruit with a small seed cavity. Open plant habit. Excellent flavor. read more
Zucchini
CocozelleOrdering temporarily unavailable
1434  (53 days) Open-pollinated. Italian heirloom. Cylindrical. Ribbed fruit with light green stripes. Excellent flavor. read more
Zucchini
Eight BallOrdering temporarily unavailable
1402  (40 days) F-1 hybrid. Round shiny 2-4" fruit with speckled dark green skin. Open bush habit. Continuous production. read more
JackpotOrdering temporarily unavailable
1404  (42 days) F-1 hybrid. Cylindrical. Medium dark green speckled 6.5" fruit with slight ridges. Open bush habit with a single stem. Continuous production. read more
Zucchini
SebringOrdering temporarily unavailable
1424  (50 days) F-1 hybrid. Cylindrical. Straight-sided golden fruit. No green tips. Open plant habit. Very early and very productive. read more

Zucchini Rampicante

Zucchini Rampicante
TromboncinoOrdering temporarily unavailable
1460  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Italian specialty. Harvest at 8-12" for summer squash. Harvest at 90 days for winter squash use. Excellent flavor. read more

Squash - Winter

Buttercup

Buttercup
BurgessOrdering temporarily unavailable
1628  (95 days) Open-pollinated. Classic New England favorite. 3-4 lb dark green fruit with flattened top and square shoulders and button on the blossom end. read more

Butternut

Butternut
WalthamOrdering temporarily unavailable
1687  (105 days) Open-pollinated. Classic. 9" long buff tan fruit weighing 4-5 lb. read more

Dumpling

Dumpling
Sweet DumplingOrdering temporarily unavailable
1614  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Classic heirloom. 1-1.5 lb fruit has ivory skin with green stripes. Excellent flavor. read more

Hubbard

Baby Blue HubbardOrdering temporarily unavailable
1654  (95 days) Open-pollinated. Classic small hubbard. 4-5 lb version of the much larger Blue Hubbard. Compact growth habit. read more
Hubbard
Blue HubbardOrdering temporarily unavailable
1655  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Classic heirloom, full-sized. Blue-grey fruit averages 15-20 lb, but can reach 40 lb. read more

Kabocha

Kabocha
ThunderOrdering temporarily unavailable
1625 (88 days) Cucurbita maxima F-1 hybrid. Our taste testers greeted this kabocha/buttercup hybrid with thunderous applause. They found the taste of... read more

Spaghetti Squash

SpaghettiOrdering temporarily unavailable
1616  (88 days) Open-pollinated. Classic heirloom. 4 lb oblong fruit with pale to deep gold skin when ripe. Spaghetti-like "strings" in flesh. read more

Specialty & Heirloom Squash

Specialty & Heirloom Squash
Candy Roaster - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
1676 (112 days) Cucurbita maxima Open-pollinated. Not to be confused with North Georgia Candy Roaster, this large Appalachian heirloom, possibly... read more
Specialty & Heirloom Squash
Marina di ChioggiaOrdering temporarily unavailable
1673  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Unique Italian heirloom. Gorgeous aquamarine to dark green 15 lb fruit. Round, flattened with bumps and ridges read more
Specialty & Heirloom Squash
SibleyOrdering temporarily unavailable
1618  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom banana-type. Slate-blue obpyriform 6-8+ lb fruit. Average 12" long. Excellent flavor and good storage. read more
Specialty & Heirloom Squash
Sweet MeatOrdering temporarily unavailable
1668  (95 days) Open-pollinated. Classic Northwest heirloom. Slightly flattened round 12-15 lb fruit with slate-grey skin. read more

Tomatoes

Paste Tomatoes

Paste Tomato
Amish Paste - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4140  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Red oxheart nippled 8 oz paste. Consistent good flavor; sets the standard for paste tomatoes. Indeterminate. read more
Paste Tomato
Speckled Roman - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4138  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Red paste with psychedelic orange-yellow striations, cylindrical nippled, 4-5 oz. Makes rich sweet tomatoey sauce. Indeterminate. read more

Slicing Tomatoes

Slicing Tomato
Cherokee Purple - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4059  (77 days) Open-pollinated. Dusky brownish-purple with green shoulders, 10-13 oz, round to slightly oblate. Brick-red flesh. One of the best-tasting heirlooms. Indeterminate. read more
Slicing Tomato
Glacier - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4018  (56 days) Open-pollinated. Red 1-2" fruit with no cosmetic defects besides yellow shoulders. Superior to other sub-arctics. Potato-leaf foliage. Determinate. read more
Slicing Tomato
Pink Berkeley Tie-Dye - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4041  (68 days) Open-pollinated. The color of port with metallic green stripes. Great flavor, productivity, size, disease tolerance. Usually bi-lobed, avg 9 oz. Hold well in field. read more
Slicing Tomato
Pruden’s Purple - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4049  (72 days) Open-pollinated. Pink irregular 1 lb fruit. Rich tomato taste, neither cloying nor insipid. Productive and disease resistant. Indeterminate. read more
Slicing Tomato
Soldacki - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4071  (80 days) Open-pollinated. Pink 14 oz globes. Great sandwich tomato. Heavy yields on tall potato-leaf vines. Indeterminate. read more
Slicing Tomato
Weaver’s Black BrandywineOrdering temporarily unavailable
4086 (85 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. Potato-leafed. Also known as True Black Brandywine. While not the only attempt at pairing smoky depth of... read more
Slicing Tomato
Yellow Brandywine - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4076  (82 days) Open-pollinated. Yellow large slightly ribbed 1 lb fruit with ring-scar at blossom end. Variable; eat the pretty ones, compost the rest. Potato-leaf foliage. Indeterminate. read more

Small-Fruited Tomatoes

Small-Fruited Tomato
Black Cherry - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4115  (75 days) Open-pollinated. Gorgeous two-bite dusky black cherry. Juicy, delicious, complex flavor of black tomatoes. Resists disease; cracks in wet weather. Indeterminate. read more
Small-Fruited Tomato
Copper Beauty - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4033 (65 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. This 2" long and 1" wide dark striped grape-plum with a pointed tip appears as ornament sprung from a... read more
Small-Fruited Tomato
Flaming BurstOrdering temporarily unavailable
4112 (70 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. Tomato breeder Tom Wagner is a true auteur, whose depth of skill and imagination come along maybe once... read more
Small-Fruited Tomato
Gardener’s DelightOrdering temporarily unavailable
4109  (68 days) Open-pollinated. Deep red 1+" cherry. Rich sweet flavor. Superb flavor makes up for annoying tendency to crack. Indeterminate. read more
Small-Fruited Tomato
Sweet AperitifOrdering temporarily unavailable
4111 (70 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. These dime-sized red flavor heroes entranced our tasting staff: Roberta said Aperitif was “so sweet,... read more
Small-Fruited Tomato
Tropical Sunset - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
4035 (65 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. The trial gardens tended by Anna Goff in Deer Isle, Maine, were often bathed in coastal sunset as we... read more

Watermelons

Red & Pink Flesh

Blacktail Mountain - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
1003  (71 days) Open-pollinated. Modern classic. Crunchy orange-red flesh. Dark green to nearly black round 4-15 lb fruit. Extra early and hardy. read more
Red & Pink Flesh
Moon and Stars - OrganicOrdering temporarily unavailable
1072  (100 days) Open-pollinated. Pink flesh. Large heirloom, round-to-oblong 10-20 lb fruit has dark green skin with yellow spots. read more