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Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

America’s top source for heirloom seeds! Baker Creek carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties. The seed company has become a tool to promote and preserve our agricultural and culinary heritage.

All Baker Creek seeds are non-treated, non-GMO and NOT purchased from Monsanto-owned Seminis.

Heirloom Garden Seeds are Shipped FREE!
  • Blanche Ferry Sweet Pea

    Blanche Ferry

    A delicate blend of rose and blush tones, with an enchanting fragrance.

  • Frosted Salmon Poppy

    Frosted Salmon

    The 4-5 inch blooms will knock you back with their deep salmon color.

  • Csikos Botermo Tomato

    Csikos Botermo

    One of the earliest to mature, you’ll see clusters ripening at about 68-75 days.

  • Fledderjohn Soy Bean


    Home growers rate them as having delicious fruits on easy-care plants.

  • Chinese Mustard Greens

    Mustard, Chinese

    The spicy taste and excellent texture make them a favorite with greens aficionados.

  • Giants of California Zinnia

    Giants of California

    Delivers bold hues of red, orange, pink, yellow and white on stems 3-4 ft. tall.

  • Tall Mixed Cockscomb


    Plants stand at 24-36 in. tall and have blooms of bright pink, red and yellow.

  • Black Beauty Eggplant

    Black Beauty

    Full flavored and glossy with a reputation for going gangbusters in the garden.

  • Green Chickpea (Green Indian Garbanzo)

    Green Chickpea

    This emerald gem is unique in its home country of India, but rare in Europe and the USA.

  • Straight Eight Cucumber

    Straight Eight

    An All-America winner in 1935 that’s known for its 8-in length and sleek profile.

  • Early Fortune Cucumber

    Early Fortune

    Rave reviews since 1906! An excellent early slicing variety without bitterness.

  • Chinese Pak Choy

    Pak Choy, Chinese

    Grows 1-2 ft. tall and is ready to harvest about 85 days after planting. A favorite!

  • Corn, Cherokee White Eagle

    Cherokee White Eagle

    Very rare! This sturdy variety reaches for the sky and stands up to the wind.

  • Orange Master Pomegranate


    An extra-dwarf version of the standard variety, fitting perfectly into containers.

  • Georgia Southern Creole Collard Greens

    Collard Greens

    An excellent producer and nearly impossible to kill once they get established.

  • Bean, Trail of Tears

    Trail of Tears

    Great dried! Climbs like nobody’s business and matures in 65 days.

  • DeLouviers Escarole


    This sophisticated green features curled leaves in a beautiful packed rosette.

  • Cherry Vanilla Quinoa


    This high-protein grain explodes with pink and cream-colored flower heads.

  • Riccia Cuor D'Oro Endive


    Green outer leaves give way to a cream-colored center in this lovely variety.

  • Pink Banana Seeds

    Pink Banana

    Simply roast, grind and brew. Ahhh, there’s nothing like fresh coffee beans!

  • Tappy's Heritage Tomato

    Tappy’s Heritage

    An excellent choice for market gardeners who will love the beautiful fruit.

  • Chocolate Cherry Tomato

    Chocolate Cherry

    These pockets of rosy-purple old-fashioned goodness will tantalize tastebuds.

  • Sugar Beet


    A popular choice for sugar production or a high-calorie livestock feed.

  • Giant Noble Spinach

    Giant Noble

    Loved by gardeners who know good production and flavor when they grow it!

  • Superschmelz or Giant White Kohlrabi

    Superschmelz/ Giant White

    This gargantuan variety can grow up to 10 pounds with no sacrifice on flavor.

  • Victorian Rhubarb


    Very popular in northern climates for a hit of sweetness after long winters.

  • Black Icicle Tomato

    Black Icicle

    Perfectly shaped fruits are a great variety for home gardeners and chefs.

  • Thai Pepper Seeds

    Thai Red Chili

    These bright red fruits have big flavor and a fiery kung fu kick to the chops.

  • Tam Jalapeno Pepper

    Tam Jalapeno

    A real palate pleaser with a nice, mellow burn. Tasty, yet not too hot!

  • Lemon Drop Pepper

    Lemon Drop

    Bright yellow, citrus flavored fruits produce a pleasant burn with the heat of a cayenne.

  • Bullnose Peppers

    Bullnose (Baker Creek)

    Popular in early American gardens and was grown by Thomas Jefferson.

  • Scotch Bonnet Pepper

    Scotch Bonnet

    Attractive, golden-yellow fruits with superb flavor and shocking heat.

  • Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia)

    Ghost (Bhut Jolokia)

    More than 1,000,000 sizzlin’ Scoville units! Please use extreme caution.

  • Red Habanero Pepper

    Red Habanero (Baker Creek)

    These potent pods of pleasure have a rich, smoky-citrus flavor. Very HOT!

  • Parnip Roots


    Tasty white roots with sweet, nutty flavor are best harvested shortly after frost.

  • Metki Serpent Melon

    Metki Dark Green Serpent

    Dark green muskmelons — up to 3 ft — are crisp and sweet with smooth skin.

  • Perilla Purple Zi Su (Shiso)


    A beautiful plant with dark red, flavorful leaves. Very popular in Asian cuisine.

  • Lovage Herb

    Lovage (Baker Creek)

    Adds a crisp, spicy flavor to soups, stews and salads and is sometimes used in teas.

  • Lemongrass


    Ornamental grass-like stalks grow to 4-feet tall and look nice in borders.

  • Cumin Seeds

    Cumin (Baker Creek)

    Popular in Middle Eastern dishes and one of the main ingredients in curry powder.

  • Emily Basil

    Basil, Emily

    A compact version of the popular Genovese type. Excellent flavor!

  • Chives

    Chives (Baker Creek)

    Bright green leaves and attractive flowers make chives a cool-season favorite.

  • Lemon Basil

    Basil, Lemon

    Compact plants grow well in containers and have a refreshing lemon flavor.

  • Dwarf Coffee Plant

    Dwarf Coffee

    Simply roast, grind and brew. Ahhh, there’s nothing like fresh coffee beans!

  • Peppermint Stick Zinnia

    Peppermint Stick

    Peppermint Stick boasts 2-inch wide blossoms in a spectacular array of colors.

  • Marigold Brocade Mix

    Brocade Mix

    A spectacular collection of red, gold and orange blossoms on dwarf plants.

  • Black Swan Poppy

    Black Swan

    Large double blooms are attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

  • Thompson Prolific Dent Corn

    Thompson Prolific

    Thompson Prolific yields two pale yellow, 8-inch ears of excellent quality.

  • Sunset Runner Bean

    Sunset Runner

    Beautiful peach-pink blossoms on vigorous, 6-foot vines are one of a kind!

  • Dragon Tongue Beans

    Dragon Tongue (Baker Creek)

    Popular with gourmet chefs throughout the world, Dragon Tongue is a favorite!

  • Garden Huckleberry

    Huckleberry (Baker Creek)

    Garden huckleberries are productive all summer long and yummy in pies.

  • Tomato, Barnes Mountain

    Barnes Mountain

    Beautiful orange fruits, with old-time flavor, are produced in abundance on tall vines.

  • Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli

    Early Purple

    An overwintering variety that produces lots of purple sprouts in the spring.

  • Tomato, Big Rainbow

    Big Rainbow

    Delicious and sweet tasting! Yellow fruit has neon red stripes though the flesh.

  • Rapini Broccoli


    An Italian non-heading variety grown for flavorful spring shoots and leaves.

  • Tomato, Bison


    Dwarf determinate plants require no staking and yield deep red fruits.

  • Broccoli, Waltham 29

    Waltham 29

    Introduced in 1954, Waltham yields 4 to 8-inch green heads that are nicely flavored.

  • Pepper, Lipstick 1


    This Lipstick variety is early to mature and ripens well in northern climates.

  • Brussel Sprouts, Long Island

    Brussels Sprouts, Long Island

    Produces heavy yields of delicious sprouts on short, self-supporting stems.

  • Pepper, Melrose


    Great fresh or fried! This true Italian variety turns brilliant-red when ripe.

  • Buckwheat 1


    Plant anytime in warm weather and work into the soil when flowering begins.

  • Pepperoncini pepper


    This popular Italian variety is bursting with flavor and just a touch of heat.

  • Cabbage, Brunswick 1


    An excellent market variety that stores well and is very cold hardy.

  • Pepper, Purple Beauty

    Purple Beauty

    High-yielding, compact plants produce dark purple, bell-type fruits.

  • Tomato, Brandywine

    Brandywine (Baker Creek)

    A favorite! Brandywine yields large fruit (1 to 2 pounds) with superb flavor.

  • Cabbage, Cour Di Bue  1

    Cour Di Bue

    Tender, oxheart-type is very productive for home garden use or specialty markets.

  • Kale, Blue Curled Scotch

    Blue Curled Scotch

    Compact plants yield tender, blue-green leaves that are nutritious and delicious.

  • Pepper, Quadrato d'Asti Giallo 1

    Quadrato d’Asti Giallo

    The largest variety we have grown with bright yellow flesh and a blocky shape.

  • Tomato, Carbon


    A “Best Tasting” award winner. Fruits are dark purple, large and beautiful.

  • Cabbage, Early Jersey Wakefield

    Early Jersey Wakefield

    Introduced in the 1840s, with tasty 2 pound sweet and flavorful conical heads.

  • Cabbage, Glory of Enkhuizen 1

    Glory of Enkhuizen

    An early, excellent-keeping variety that is a good producer and great for sauerkraut.

  • Kale, Dwarf Siberian 1

    Dwarf Siberian

    A tasty Russian variety that produces top-quality, slightly frilled leaves.

  • Pepper, Red Marconi 1

    Red Marconi

    Great for frying or fresh eating! This famous Italian variety yields large fruits.

  • Cabbage, Mammoth Red Rock

    Mammoth Red Rock

    A large variety from 1889 with deep red heads that have good flavor and color.

  • Cabbage, Nero Di Toscana 1

    Nero Di Toscana

    Popular in Tuscany and central Italy for making fabulous soups and stews.

  • Kale, Russian Red

    Russian Red (Baker Creek)

    Deep green, oak type leaves have stems that are purplish-red. Great flavor!

  • Pepper, Sweet Chocolate

    Sweet Chocolate (Baker Creek)

    Medium-sized, semi-bell shaped fruits mature early and taste great.

  • Tete Noire Cabbage

    Tete Noire

    A traditional French Tete Noire variety that is very rare outside of Europe.

  • Tomato, German Lunchbox

    German Lunchbox

    Perfectly sized for salads or putting in a lunchbox! Fruits are delicious and sweet!

  • Calendula, Orange Porcupine

    Orange Porcupine

    An attractive selection of the old “Radio” type — perfect for pots and borders!

  • Kohlrabi, Early Purple Vienna 1

    Early Purple Vienna

    Delicious cabbage-flavored bulbs that grow above ground and have purple skin.

  • Pepper, Sweet King of the North

    King of the North

    Excellent for short-season growers. Produces blocky fruit that is sweet and tasty!

  • Tomato, Great White

    Great White

    One of our favorites! Large, one pound fruits are so good and deliciously juicy.

  • Kohlrabi, Early White Vienna 1

    Early White Vienna

    Mild and tasty, this cold hardy crop with pale green skin is very productive.

  • Pepper, Sweet Yellow Stuffing

    Sweet Yellow Stuffing

    Great stuffed or pickled! These productive plants yield mini bell-shaped pods.

  • Caraway Herb Seed


    Prized for flavoring many dishes, from deserts to soup, Caraway is also medicinal.

  • Pink Queen Larkspur


    Beautiful pink blooms appear along 3-ft. spikes in an early summer show.

  • Carrot, Amarillo 1


    Good for a summer to fall crop with large 8-inch roots and strong tops.

  • Leek, Autumn Giant 1

    Autumn Giant

    Leaves have a medium-green color and a broad white shank of medium length.

  • Tomato, Ivory Pear 1

    Ivory Pear

    Small fruits are ivory-cream in color, shaped like little pears and very tasty.

  • Carrot, Chantenay Red Core

    Chantenay Red Cored

    A popular market variety that’s sweet, smooth and refined in shape.

  • Petunia, Dwarf Bedding Mix

    Dwarf Bedding Mix

    Dwarf plants produce a bounty of brightly-colored flowers in many colors.

  • Carrot, Cosmic Purple 1

    Cosmic Purple

    Spicy and sweet with bright purple skin — Cosmic Purple is popular at markets!

  • Tomato, Omar's Lebanese

    Omar’s Lebanese

    A rare variety from Lebanon that produces large, delicious fruits — up to 4 lbs.

  • Carrot, Kuroda 1


    Produces deep orange, stubby roots that are crisp, juicy and very sweet.

  • Tomato, Pineapple


    A great slicer! Large yellow fruits with red streaks have excellent flavor.

  • Poppy, Mother of Pearl

    Mother of Pearl

    An eye-catching mix (Papaver rhoeas) with a good balance of pastel colors.

  • Carrot, Little Finger 1

    Little Finger

    This superb baby-type was developed in France for easy canning and pickling.

  • Lettuce, Australian Yellow

    Australian Yellow

    A looseleaf variety from Down Under that is reported to be heat tolerant.

  • Muscade Carrot


    A delicious North African variety that produces blocky, 7-inch orange roots.

  • Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce

    Black Seeded Simpson

    A sweet and tender heirloom with nutritious yellow-green leaves. Very popular.

  • Tomato, Rutgers 1


    Heavy yields of large 8 oz globes that are good for fresh eating or canning.

  • Lettuce, Crisp Mint

    Crisp Mint

    This large romaine-type with 10-inch heads is a standout in the salad garden.

  • Carrot, St Valery

    Saint Valery

    A large, 10- to 12-inch long variety with red-orange roots that are very sweet.

  • thessaloniki-tomato


    A popular Greek variety that was introduced to the USA in the 1950s.

  • Tomato, Tigerella 1


    Tasty, round fruits are bright red with orange stripes and very beautiful.

  • Pumpkin, Musquee de Provence

    Musquee de Provence (Baker Creek)

    Shaped like a wheel of cheese, Musquee de Provence has terrific flavor.

  • Pumpkin, Rouge Vif d'Etampes

    Rouge Vif d’Etampes

    A very old french variety with flattened and ribbed fruits. Great yields!

  • Lettuce, Little Gem

    Little Gem

    A small, romaine-type. This superb heat-tolerant variety is sure to please!

  • Radish, China Rose

    China Rose

    Long peppery roots are 5 to 7 inches long and a beautiful light pink color.

  • Cauliflower, Green Macerata 1

    Green Macerata

    A nutritious Italian variety with 2-pound, apple-green heads that are full of flavor.

  • Watermelon, Ali Baba

    Ali Baba

    The flavor is superb, being very sweet and luscious; and the texture is crisp.

  • Cauliflower, Purple of Sicily 1

    Purple of Sicily

    Beautiful purple heads that cook to bright green and have a fine, sweet flavor.

  • Cauliflower, Snowball

    Snowball (Baker Creek)

    This white-type variety has been an American favorite for over 100 years.

  • Celery, Giant Red Re-Selection 1

    Giant Red Re-Selection

    Giant Red has a richer, better tasting flavor than many of the green types.

  • Lettuce, Rocky Top Mix 1

    Rocky Top Mix

    Our best-selling mix! Perfect for market gardens or your home table.

  • Radish, Misato Rose 1

    Misato Rose

    Large 3-4″ roots with flesh that is bright pink, sweet, spicy and flavorful.

  • Watermelon, Moon & Stars

    Moon & Stars

    An attractive dark green variety with bright yellow spots that range in size.

  • Celery, Tendercrisp


    A large stalk variety that thrives in moist soil with plenty of organic matter.

  • Radish, National 2

    National 2

    An attractive and colorful variety with round red roots and a nice white tip.

  • Watermelon, Orangeglo


    Beautiful, deep orange flesh that is very sweet and has an almost tropical flavor!

  • Chervil


    Small white flowers atop 15 to 20 inch stems. Also known as French parsley.

  • Radish, Pink Beauty

    Pink Beauty

    Popular at farmer’s markets, these sweet and tasty globes are a must for all.

  • Lima Bean, Dixie Speckled

    Dixie Speckled Butterpea

    Very productive, red-speckled with a deep purple color. Bush plants grow well in heat.

  • Radish, Scarlet Globe (Baker Creek) 1

    Scarlet Globe (Baker Creek)

    This classic red variety has crisp, white flesh that is mild and delicious.

  • Lima Bean, Henderson's Bush

    Henderson’s Bush

    An oldie but goodie that’s still very popular today. Great fresh, dried or frozen!

  • Cilantro Herb

    Cilantro (Baker Creek)

    Popular in Mexican cuisine, Cilantro is a must for fresh salsa and chili recipes.

  • Radish, White Hailstone 1

    White Hailstone

    This old-time variety is tasty, mild and crisp. One of our all time favorites!

  • Lima Bean, Jackson Wonder

    Jackson Wonder Bush

    Introduced in 1888, Jackson Wonder produces heavy yields on compact plants.

  • Long Bean, Thai White Seeded

    Thai White Seeded

    Use in curries and stir-fries for a distinct flavor that’s out of this world!

  • Corn, Bedwell’s Supreme White 1

    Bedwell’s Supreme

    Bedwell’s Supreme White produces two large ears and is favored for roasting.

  • Corn, Country Gentleman Sweet

    Country Gentleman

    Tender and delicious, Country Gentleman is one of the best sweet varieties available.

  • Zinnia, Button Box 1

    Button Box

    A favorite! Compact plants produce colorful blooms from early summer to frost.

  • Popcorn, Dakota Black

    Dakota Black

    Dark reddish-black ears are quite attractive for fall decorations or popping.

  • Marigold, Court Jester 1

    Court Jester

    Stunning golden-yellow and burgundy striped blooms are attractive on dwarf plants.

  • Rutabagas, American Purple Top 1


    Very tasty, mild and sweet, great cooked or raw, bright yellow flesh, top quality.

  • Zinnia, Envy 1


    A wonderful variety with chartreuse-green, 3-inch blooms that are very unique.

  • Marigold, Cracker Jack


    Big double blooms are profuse and come in shades of lemon yellow to deep orange.

  • Corn, Stowell's Evergreen (Baker Creek) 1

    Stowell’s Evergreen (Baker Creek)

    A favorite! Stowell’s Evergreen produces plump, tasty white kernels.

  • Marvel Of Peru

    Marvel of Peru, Tall Mix

    This colorful mix of flowers has long been a favorite in beds and borders.

  • Zinnia, Pink Senorita 1

    Pink Senorita

    Salmon-pink flowers top all others for beauty in garden beds and borders.

  • Melon, Afghan Honeydew

    Afghan Honeydew

    Grown in the majestic mountain valleys north of Kabul, Afghanistan.

  • Zinnia, Royal Purple

    Royal Purple

    Purple dahlia-type flowers are beautiful by themselves or in mixed bouquets.

  • Zucchini, Black Beauty (Baker Creek) 1

    Black Beauty (Baker Creek)

    A classic dark, green variety that’s delicious fried or baked. Very popular!

  • Melon, Banana


    This is one of our all-time favorites, being very fragrant, sweet and rich tasting.

  • Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum


    Delicious Shungiku Edible Chrysanthemum leaves are great in salads and stir-fry.

  • Melon, Early Hanover (Baker Creek)

    Early Hanover (Baker Creek)

    Perfect for home gardens or market stands, it’s bursting with flavor. High yields!

  • Snapdragon, Apple Blossom 1

    Apple Blossom

    A full-sized, old-fashioned variety with large blooms in apple-blossom pink.

  • Cucumber, Boothby's Blonde

    Boothby’s Blonde

    Heavy yields of 6- to 8-inch, cream colored cukes are mild, sweet and thin skinned.

  • Melon, Early Silver Line

    Early Silverline

    This 1- to 2-pound Korean variety is one of the best we offer. Very productive!

  • Cucumber, Boston Pickling 1

    Boston Pickling

    Vigorous vines produce large yields of smooth fruit. It’s excellent for pickles!

  • Snow Pea, Oregon Sugar Pod II 1

    Oregon Sugar Pod II

    Large pods are superbly tender and delicious. Bush plants are high yielding.

  • Cucumber, Chinese Yellow

    Chinese Yellow

    Our largest yielding variety — just a few plants produced hundreds of fruit!

  • Cucumber, De Bourbonne

    De Bourbonne

    High yielding, sturdy vines will be popular with all those who preserve food.

  • Melon, Golden Crispy 1

    Golden Crispy

    Incredibly sweet and aromatic flesh is found within bright, golden-yellow skin.

  • Cucumber, Delikatesse


    Large, nubby fruits are pale green in color and perfect for slicing. Very tasty!

  • Melon, Kiwano Jelly 1

    Kiwano Jelly

    Native to Africa, this unusual fruit has spiny “horns” and green-yellow skin.

  • Melon, Minnesota Midget

    Minnesota Midget

    Small fruits grow on compact, 3 to 4-foot vines. Produces high quality yields.

  • Cucumber, Dragon's Egg

    Dragon’s Egg

    Fun to grow and very unique looking. This type is a favorite with kids!

  • Melon, Tam Dew

    Tam Dew

    Beautiful, ivory-green fruit with sweet flesh and a classic honeydew flavor!

  • Melon, Tigger 1


    Simply beautiful with a sweet intoxicating aroma that will fill an entire room.

  • Mesclun Mix, European Salad 1

    Mesclun Mix

    Flavors range from tangy to spicy and colors come in red, purple, yellow and green.

  • Spinach, Bloomsdale Long Standing

    Bloomsdale (Baker Creek)

    These deep green, delicious leaves have been a loved garden staple for years.

  • Cucumber, Marketmore 76

    Marketmore 76

    A superb eating variety that produces abundant yields of 8 to 9 inch fruit.

  • Spinach, Gigante D’Inverno 1

    Gigante d’Inverno

    Also known as Giant of Winter, this Italian variety yields flavorful leaves.

  • Cucumber, Miniature White 1

    Miniature White

    These white-skinned, black-spined pickling cukes are great for container gardens.

  • Morning Glory, Clark's Heavenly Blue

    Clark’s Heavenly Blue

    Produces lovely blue flowers on 12-foot vines — blooms the entire season.

  • Spinach, Merlo Nero

    Merlo Nero

    Extremely rare in the USA, this Italian type is fairly early and productive.

  • Cucumber, Old Time White 1

    Old Time White

    Grown for over 50 years by Mrs. Ruby Wallace of Dallas, North Carolina.

  • Arugula


    One of our most popular greens, Eruca sativa has a spicy, nutty flavor.

  • Morning Glory, Rose Feather

    Rose Feather

    Very unique and hard to find. Vines have feathery foliage and stunning pink flowers.

  • Cucumber, Sikkim


    Grown in the Himalayas, these large fruits can reach several pounds in size.

  • Squash, Australian Butter

    Australian Butter

    A rare variety that has thick, orange flesh of excellent quality. Perfect for pies!

  • Asparagus

    Asparagus, Precoce D’Argenteuil

    An old time variety that is highly esteemed in Europe for its delicious stems.

  • Cucumber, Telegraph Improved

    Telegraph Improved

    Contains very few seeds and is crisp, tender and mild with superb flavor.

  • Mustard, Giant Red 1

    Mustard, Giant Red

    Giant, purple-red leaves with a delicious, almost garlic-like, mustard flavor.

  • Asters, Crego Mix 1

    Crego Mix

    Large, 4-inch flowers really stand out in their many brilliant colors.

  • Squash, Fordhook Zucchini 1

    Fordhook Zucchini

    A classic, dark-green zucchini with tender, creamy-white flesh that freezes well.

  • Bachelor's Button, Frosted Queen Mix 1

    Frosted Queen Mix

    White-tipped, double flowers are available in amazing colors.

  • Nasturtium, Tall Trailing Mix

    Tall Trailing Mix

    This colorful mix grows up to 10 feet and is ideal for walls, fences and arbors.

  • Squash, Golden Zucchini

    Golden Zucchini

    Slender fruits are bright golden-yellow and as delicious as they are attractive.

  • Squash, Red Kuri (Hokkaido)

    Red Kuri (Hokkaido)

    Produces red-orange, teardrop shaped fruits that weigh up to 10 pounds.

  • Basil, Lime

    Basil, Lime

    A unique lime basil from Thailand. A popular variety for fresh market!

  • Dill Herb, Bouquet

    Dill, Bouquet

    Perfect in pickles and used to flavor many foods, including salmon, soups and omelets.

  • Burgundy Okra


    Pods and stems of this tender and delicious variety are a beautiful deep-red.

  • Basil, Siam Queen Thai

    Basil, Siam Queen Thai

    A must have for Thai dishes! Siam Queen is strongly scented with showy flowers.

  • Okra, Clemson Spineless 1

    Clemson Spineless

    A heavy producing variety with tasty pods that are easy to grow. Best picked small.

  • Squash, Yellow Scallop

    Yellow Scallop

    Good yields of beautiful, brightly colored fruit with a scrumptious, rich flavor.

  • Okra, Emerald


    Deep-green and smooth, these tasty pods are of high quality and very early.

  • Bean, Arikara Yellow 1

    Arikara Yellow

    The same variety collected by Lewis and Clark and grown by Thomas Jefferson.

  • Okra, Jing Orange

    Jing Orange

    This attractive Asian variety yields 6-inch pods early, even in dry conditions.

  • Bean, Blue Lake Bush

    Blue Lake Bush 274

    A favorite! Produces heavy yields of dark-green pods that are tender and crisp.

  • Eggplant, Applegreen 1

    Apple Green

    Incredibly delicious with smooth round fruit growing on compact plants.

  • Okra, Roberie 1


    Plants yield medium-sized pods that are productive over a long growing season.

  • Stir Fry Mix, Siamese Dragon 1

    Stir Fry Mix

    The rich flavor of this tender mix is incredible when lightly cooked and seasoned.

  • Bean, Calima Bush 1

    Calima Bush

    Beautiful pods of dark green color, slim straight shape and superior flavor!

  • Diamond Eggplant


    Dark purple fruits are slender and firm with superb flavor. A best seller!

  • Okra, Star of David (Baker Creek) 1

    Star of David (Baker Creek)

    A delicious Israeli variety with short, very thick pods — thicker than most!

  • Eggplant, Jade Sweet

    Jade Sweet

    Attractive fruits with apple-green skin are very large and productive.

  • Summer Squash, White Scallop

    White Scallop

    An ancient Native American type that is often called “Patty Pan.”

  • Chinese Red Noodle Bean

    Chinese Red Noodle

    These incredible pods will draw lots of attention in your home garden or at market.

  • Eggplant, Japanese Pickling 1

    Japanese Pickling

    A beautiful variety that produces fruit up to 16 inches long. Great for home gardens.

  • Onion, Brunswick


    First offered in 1870, this red-to-purple, flattened-type variety is mild and sweet.

  • Contender Beans


    Introduced in 1949, Contender is a superb bush variety with heavy yields.

  • Eggplant, Japanese White 1

    Japanese White

    Full, rich flavor with lovely white fruit make this Japanese variety a favorite.

  • Onion, Red Creole

    Red Creole

    Hard, flat bulbs have a spicy flesh that’s perfect for salads or layered on a sandwich.

  • Eggplant, Korean Red

    Korean Red

    Compact plants grow up to 3 feet tall and yield delicious, early maturing fruits.

  • Onion, Red of Florence 1

    Red of Florence

    A delicious, bright red Italian variety that grows well in many climates.

  • Bean, French Garden 1

    French Garden

    This excellent garden variety provides high yields atop compact bush plants.

  • Eggplant, Little Fingers 1

    Little Fingers

    Small, purple to black colored fruits are produced in clusters on compact plants.

  • Golden Wax Bean

    Golden Wax

    An old time favorite! Delicious, golden-yellow pods are stringless and tasty.

  • Eggplant, Ping Tung 1

    Ping Tung

    One of the best Chinese types available today! Fruits are mild, sweet and tender.

  • Onion, Yellow of Parma

    Yellow of Parma (Baker Creek)

    A rare Italian variety that grows well, even in colder climates. Long day type.

  • Henderson's Black Bean

    Henderson’s Black Valentine

    Easy to grow and very productive, this favorite is scrumptious fresh or dried.

  • Bean, Hidatsa Red Indian 1

    Hidatsa Red Indian

    A hardy variety that comes from the Hidatsa people of the upper Missouri River.

  • Oriental Greens, Mizuna 1


    A delicious Japanese green that produces thin stalks and is often used in salads.

  • Bean, Jacob's Cattle

    Jacob’s Cattle

    Introduced in 1897, this exceptional variety is sweet and meaty. Good for baking!

  • Fava Bean, Broad Windsor

    Broad Windsor

    Broad Windsor Fava yields glossy green pods filled with large, high-protein seeds.

  • McCaslan 42 Bean

    McCaslan Pole

    Very productive! McCaslan Pole are dark-green, hardy and full of flavor.

  • Fennel (Baker Creek) 1

    Fennel (Baker Creek)

    Flavorful and aromatic, fennel grows 3 feet tall and is often used in Italian cooking.

  • Pak Choy, Dwarf 1

    Pak Choy, Dwarf

    Use whole to make amazing salads and stir-fries! Very tender and delicious!

  • Bean, Missouri Wonder

    Missouri Wonder

    Introduced in the early 1930’s, this pole variety was often grown in corn fields.

  • Pansy, Orange Sun

    Orange Sun

    This tangerine colored variety from the Swiss Giants family is one of the best!

  • Sweet Pea, Black Knight 1

    Black Knight

    A very fragrant climber with dark purple, almost black, blossoms.

  • Bean, Roma II

    Roma II

    An improved Romano that yields large amounts of 6 to 7-inch pods. Very flavorful.

  • Parsley, Giant of Italy

    Parsley (Baker Creek)

    A very large Italian strain with great flavor that’s perfect in a multitude of recipes.

  • Sweet Pea, Chocolate Streamer 1

    Chocolate Streamer

    A favorite! Gorgeous, chocolate-speckled blossoms are extremely fragrant.

  • Bean, Snow Cap 1

    Snow Cap

    Mild, earthy flavor complements the silky smooth texture. Half-runner.

  • Garbanzo Bean, Kabouli Black 1

    Kabouli Black

    Perfect for making hummus and other great tasting Middle Eastern dishes.

  • Beet, Albino


    Unusual and tasty — the greens are good too! May be used for making sugar.

  • Spencer Choice Sweet Pea Mix

    Spencer Choice Mix

    This beautiful mix has large, heavily ruffled flowers that are perfect for cutting.

  • Bull's Blood Beet

    Bull’s Blood (Baker Creek)

    Sweet and delicious! The greens of this popular vegetable are all the rage.

  • Garden Berry, Wonderberry


    Developed by Luther Burbank, the Wonderberry yields tasty blue-purple fruits.

  • Pea, Sugar Snap

    Sugar Snap

    An AAS winner from 1979. Tender pods are great raw, stir-fried, or in salads.

  • Yellow Wonder Wild Strawberry

    Yellow Strawberry

    These small yellow strawberries are very aromatic and flavorful.

  • Crosby Egyptian Beet

    Crosby’s Egyptian

    A delicious addition to home gardens that’s perfect for northern climates!

  • Garden Pea, Alaska


    Ideal for short season growing areas, Early Alaska produces very good yields.

  • Swiss Chard, Rainbow 1


    Originally from Australia, this colorful variety is perfect for market growers.

  • Pea, Desiree Dwarf

    Desiree Dwarf

    These stunning violet-blue pods are produced on light-green, bush plants.

  • Pepper, Anaheim


    Excellent for roasting or frying. High yielding plants produce mildly hot fruits.

  • Beet, Cylindra

    Cylindra (Baker Creek)

    Tender and sweet, Cylindra is also known as “Butter Slicer” because of its fine texture.

  • Garden Pea, Lincoln


    An old-time variety that was introduced in 1908. High-yielding and very tasty!

  • Beet, Detroit Dark Red

    Detroit Dark Red

    Our most popular all-purpose garden variety; uniform and smooth with blood-red flesh.

  • Garden Pea, Little Marvel

    Little Marvel

    Great for backyard gardens, these vigorous bush plants produce heavy yields.

  • Beet, Early Wonder

    Early Wonder

    An old, pre-1811 variety that is perfect pickled, fresh, cooked or in borscht.

  • Thyme Herb

    Thyme (Baker Creek)

    A very aromatic french thyme that is especially good with many dishes.

  • Beet, Golden


    Very sweet tasting, this golden-yellow variety dates back to the 1820′s or before.

  • Gooseberry, Giant Cape 1


    Native to Brazil, the cape gooseberry yields tasty yellow fruits. Great in pies!

  • California Wonder Pepper

    California Wonder

    A popular old-time variety. Sturdy, high-yielding plants produce bell-type fruits.

  • Cayenne Pepper

    Cayenne (Baker Creek)

    Vigorous and very productive. Beautiful fruits turn bright red when ripe.

  • Tomatillo, Purple

    Purple (Baker Creek)

    Many are a bright violet color throughout their flesh and are much sweeter than most.

  • Pepper Chocolate Habanero 1

    Chocolate Habanero

    These potent habaneros carry a massive 300,000 Scoville units of heat. HOT!

  • Canton Bok Choy

    Bok Choy, Canton

    This oriental bok choy produces thick, white stems and deep green leaves.

  • Ground Cherry

    Ground Cherries

    Excellent for use in pies, jams, and preserves and delicious fresh off the vine.

  • Pepper, Emerald Giant 1

    Emerald Giant

    Vigorous plants produce heavy yields of dark green fruit that turns red when ripe.

  • Tomato, Amana Orange

    Amana Orange

    This bright orange beefsteak-type has a full flavor that most varieties can’t match!

  • Bok Choy, Ching Chang

    Bok Choy, Ching Chang

    Tender and mild, Ching Chang baby bok choy is a standard for quality.