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Heirloom vegetable seeds — not the sort you’ll find in box stores — have been passed down through the generations and are cherished for their outstanding characteristics, such as superior flavor, vibrant color, adaptability and hardiness. In the last several years, heirlooms of all types have created a culinary revolution among home cooks and gourmet chefs. Growing them can be one of the most satisfying gardening — and eating! — experiences you’ll have.

All the garden seed offered by Planet Natural is non-treated, non-GMO and NOT purchased from Monsanto-owned Seminis. Planting instructions are included with each packet.

Heirloom Seed Packs are Shipped FREE!

  • Arugula


    Known also as rocket, roquette, rugula and rucola, arugula is easy to grow.

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  • Asian Greens

    Asian Greens

    Asian greens add nutritious, spicy touches to stir-frys and, picked young, salads.

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  • Bean


    A garden and kitchen staple, unique beans -- bush, pole or shell -- are a summer treat!

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  • Beet


    Beautiful colors and sweet flesh make home-grown beets a great choice.

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  • Broccoli


    A nutritious powerhouse, home-grown broccoli beats anything from the market.

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  • Cabbage


    Red or green, the crisp leaves of cabbage are a delight in slaws, salads and soups.

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  • Carrot


    Carrots aren't always orange! Sow in loose or sandy soil and keep moist for perfect roots.

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  • Cauliflower


    Similar to its broccoli cousin, a well-grown cauliflower is a thing of beauty.

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  • Celery


    Sow celery indoors on the soil surface up to 10 weeks ahead of the last frost date.

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  • Chard


    This big, leafy cousin to beets comes in a dazzling array of brilliant colors.

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  • Corn


    Nothing says summer like fresh picked sweet corn grown in your own backyard.

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  • Cover Crops

    Cover Crops

    Most often planted in fall, cover crops protect and boost soil health -- naturally!

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  • Cucumber


    Cool, crisp and refreshing, cucumbers come in a variety of shapes and colors.

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  • Eggplant


    Heirloom eggplant comes in shapes and colors you've never seen in the grocery store. Their beautiful velvety ...

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  • Endive & Escarole

    Endive & Escarole

    These slightly bitter greens are a delicious contrast in mixed, loose-leaf salads.

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  • Fruits, Berries & Grains

    Fruits, Berries & Grains

    These unique plants are easier to grow than you might think and will satisfy for years.

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  • Gourd


    Nothing symbolizes autumn like beautiful, easy to grow, ornamental gourds.

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  • Ground Cherry

    Ground Cherry

    Also known as husk tomatoes, ground cherries bear tangy, paper-encased fruits.

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  • Kale


    One of the hardiest greens you can grow, kale is chock-full of vitamins and minerals.

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  • Kohlrabi


    These hardy members of the cabbage family yield tasty, turnip-like bulbs.

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  • Leek


    Leeks grow easily and have a sweeter, more subtle flavor than their onion cousins.

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  • Lettuce


    Easy to grow and quick to mature, lettuce is a backyard garden favorite.

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  • Melon


    Melons, with their unusual shapes and colors, are a sweet change from the ordinary.

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  • Okra


    A Southern favorite and a must for gumbo (delicious fried too), okra loves heat.

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  • Onion


    Sow onions indoors up to twelve weeks ahead of outdoor transplanting.

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  • Pea


    Garden peas are a favorite cool weather crop and often the first to be sown in spring.

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  • Pepper


    These American natives, loaded with Vitamin C, come in hundreds of varieties.

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  • Pumpkin


    The jolliest of garden crops! These varieties are great for pies and jack-o-lanterns.

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  • Radish


    Peppery or spicy, radishes are everyone's favorite fresh salad addition.

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  • Root Crops

    Root Crops

    Turnips are quick growers, cold tolerant and yield greens that are delicious.

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  • Soybean


    Grow your own soybeans? You bet! High in protein (40%!) and rich in fiber.

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  • Spinach


    Mineral-rich and a Vitamin C powerhouse, spinach can be sown early in the season.

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  • Squash


    Summer squash — patty pan, crook neck and zucchini — are prolific and delicious.

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  • Tomatillo


    Yellow, green, or purple, tomatillos are the basis of great salsas, sauces and jams.

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  • Tomato


    When's the last time you had a fresh, great tasting tomato from the supermarket?

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  • Additional Varieties

    Additional Varieties

    Find additional garden varieties here, all first rate with unique qualities.

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  • Watermelon


    This great summer treat is even better when you grow it yourself. Plant heirloom watermelon seeds in ...

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