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Seed Savers Exchange

Located in Decorah, Iowa, Seed Savers is a nonprofit organization that saves and shares the heirloom seeds of our garden heritage. All of their garden seeds are non-treated, non-GMO and NOT purchased from Monsanto-owned Seminis.

Heirloom Garden Seeds are Shipped FREE!
  • Dwarf Blue Curled Kale

    Dwarf Blue Curled (Organic)

    This cold weather beauty is certified organic and a nutrition powerhouse.

  • Zebrina


    This tall pop of color will attract all kinds of bees and hummingbird moths!

  • Napoleon Pepper Seeds

    Napoleon (Organic)

    Produces large amounts of 8-in. sweet bells that are well known for their mild flavor.

  • Habanero Pepper Seeds

    Red Habanero

    A Caribbean favorite that’s many times hotter than the jalapeno.

  • Tomatillo Seeds, Purple

    Purple (Organic)

    This hard to find beauty is smaller but sweeter than its green cousins.

  • Tasty Evergreen Tomato

    Tasty Evergreen (Organic)

    These beefsteak types are greenish-yellow on the outside when fully ripe.

  • Spearmint Herb


    Compact plants are known for their refreshing flavor and aromatic leaves.

  • Yugoslavian Red Lettuce

    Yugoslavian Red

    Colorful and crisp with a mild, almost buttery flavor. Extremely popular!

  • Broccoli, Calabrese 1


    This popular market variety was brought to America by Italian immigrants.

  • Pepper, Jalapeno Traveler Strain

    Jalapeno (Organic)

    Sturdy plants are covered in HOT jalapenos that average three inches long.

  • Garden Huckleberry

    Huckleberry (Organic)

    Huckleberry plants produce hundreds of purple-black berries in small clusters.

  • Pepper, Jimmy Nardello's

    Jimmy Nardello

    One of the best sweet varieties you will ever taste! Productive low-growing plants.

  • Pepper, Joe's Long Cayenne 1


    Productive plants yield fiery fruits. Great for fresh eating or drying.

  • Hyacinth Bean, Ruby Moon 1

    Hyacinth Bean

    Beautiful lilac-colored blossoms are held out above the foliage on long stems.

  • Hyssop 1


    Plants grow up to 2 ft. tall and attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

  • Tomato, Black Krim (Organic) 1

    Black Krim (Organic)

    Full flavor and great yields! Named for the Crimean peninsula in the Black Sea.

  • Tomato, Brandywine 1


    Named after Brandywine Creek in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Great flavor!

  • Johnny Jump-Up 1

    Johnny Jump-Up

    These perky plants are exceedingly free-blooming all season long.

  • Tomato, Cherokee Purple

    Cherokee Purple (Organic)

    Very productive plants produce heavy crops of dusty rose colored fruits.

  • Tomato, Cherry Roma 1

    Cherry Roma

    Incredibly heavy set with 1-inch long plum-shaped fruits are great fresh or dried.

  • Kale, Lacinato

    Lacinato (Organic)

    Delicious flavor that is enhanced by frost. Leaves are best eaten when small.

  • Pepper, Rooster Spur

    Rooster Spur (Organic)

    Plants are loaded with 1-1/2″ fruits, 24″ tall. Ideal for container gardening.

  • Kale, Red Russian

    Red Russian (Organic)

    Originally from Russia, this hardy type was brought to North America in 1885.

  • Pepper, Sheepnose

    Sheepnose (Organic)

    Flavorful with sweet and meaty, dark-red flesh — perfect for canning!

  • Tomato, Dr. Wyche's Yellow

    Dr. Wyche’s Yellow (Organic)

    Heavy yields of one pound, yellow-orange fruits. Meaty and rich tasting!

  • Kiss-Me-Over-the-Garden-Gate

    Kiss Me Over The Garden Gate (Organic)

    Eye-catching plants are heavily laden with delicate rope-like, pink spikes.

  • Pepper, Sweet Chocolate

    Sweet Chocolate (Organic)

    An early bell-type with brown skin and red flesh. Perfect for short season areas.

  • Calendula, Radio 1


    Beautiful orange flowers, with quill-like petals, bloom all summer long.

  • Tomato, Green Grape 1

    Green Grape

    A selection made from Thomas Wagner’s Thompson Seedless Grape.

  • Pepper, Tequila Sunrise

    Tequila Sunrise (Organic)

    An ornamental plant with delicious fruit. Crisp, crunchy and mildly sweet.

  • Cream Sausage Tomato

    Cream Sausage

    Beautiful creamy white to pale yellow fruits are perfect for sauces.

  • Cardinal Climber 1

    Cardinal Climber

    Offers bright-red blooms from early summer until frost — hummingbirds love it!

  • Lavender, English 1


    English lavender is valued for the aromatic fragrance and essential oils it produces.

  • Pepper, Thai Hot

    Thai Hot

    Great for containers! Compact plants are loaded with decorative red pods.

  • Tomato, Green Zebra

    Green Zebra

    Very productive plants yield olive yellow fruits with deep green zebra stripes.

  • Leek, Blue Solaise

    Blue Solaise

    Very large stalks are extremely hardy and good for short-season areas.

  • Tomato, Martino's Roma

    Martino’s Roma (Organic)

    A mild-flavored Italian variety that’s well suited for making sauces and salsas.

  • Giant Musselburgh Leek

    Giant Musselburgh

    A good buncher for market gardens. Tender white stalks have blue-green leaves.

  • Petunia, Old Fashioned Vining

    Old Fashioned Vining (Organic)

    This attractive mix of colors is ideal for hanging baskets and borders. Very aromatic!

  • Tomato, Mexico Midget

    Mexico Midget (Organic)

    Prolific plants continue producing throughout the entire growing season.

  • Carrot, Danvers

    Danvers (Organic)

    A best selling variety for home and market gardens that’s sweet and tender.

  • Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm is often used for making teas and is said to have a calming effect.

  • Poppy, California Mixture 1

    California Mixture

    This spectacular flower mix produces a long-lasting display of cheerful colors.

  • Carrot, Dragon 1


    Beautiful red-purple skin provides a nice contrast with the yellow-orange flesh.

  • Lemon Mint 1

    Lemon Mint

    Also known as bee balm, Lemon Mint was used as a tea by Native Americans.

  • Poppy, Ladybird 1


    Very easy to grow plants with bright fire engine red blossoms and black spots.

  • Lettuce, Amish Deer Tongue

    Amish Deer Tongue

    An Amish variety valued for its ruggedness and heavy production. Looseleaf.

  • Black-Eyed Susan Flowers

    Black-Eyed Susan

    A single plant can produce 100s of blooms over the summer and into the fall.

  • Prairie Blazingstar


    A spectacular plant with large spikes of tightly bunched magenta flowers.

  • Carrot, Paris Market

    Paris Market (Organic)

    A nineteenth-century French variety that does well in shallow or rocky soil.

  • Lettuce, Bronze Arrowhead 1

    Bronze Arrowhead

    Awarded the bronze medal at the 1947 All American Selections. Looseleaf.

  • Tomato, Stupice

    Stupice (Organic)

    One of four varieties originally sent to the U.S. from Czechoslovakia.

  • Prairie, Butterfly Milkweed 1

    Butterfly Milkweed

    Beautiful, bright orange flowers bloom from mid-summer until early into fall.

  • Carrot, Scarlet Nantes

    Scarlet Nantes

    Good for storing and juicing. Red-orange roots grow up to 7 inches long.

  • Prairie Clover

    Prairie Clover

    Bright purple blossoms show mid-summer through fall. Hardy to zone 4.

  • Lettuce, Crisp Mint

    Crisp Mint (Organic)

    Excellent flavor and crisp texture make this type one of our best. Looseleaf.

  • Prairie, Red Milkweed 1

    Red Milkweed

    No butterfly garden is complete without Red Milkweed plants.

  • Lettuce, Forellenschluss


    The name of this Austrian darling translates to “speckled like a trout.” Romaine.

  • Pumpkin, Cornfield 1


    Our top choice for both carving and for fall decorations.

  • Castor Bean, Gibsonii 1

    Castor Bean

    An attractive, quick-growing ornamental plant with a tropical appearance.

  • Lettuce, Grandpa Admire

    Grandpa Admire’s (Organic)

    Bronze-tinged leaves form loose heads that remain tender longer than most.

  • Catnip Seeds

    Catnip (Organic)

    Catnip has a euphoric effect for cats and is a mild sedative for humans.

  • Lettuce, Green Oakleaf

    Green Oak Leaf (Organic)

    This looseleaf variety is resistant to hot weather, long-standing and never bitter.

  • Turnip, Purple Top White Globe

    Turnip (Organic)

    Large tops make delicious greens. Smooth white turnip globes are best for eating.

  • Cauliflower, Early Snowball 1

    Early Snowball

    Well adapted for forcing or wintering-over for early crops in warmer regions.

  • Lettuce, Mixture 1

    Heirloom Mix

    Contains equal amounts of some of our best selling varieties. Very popular!

  • Lettuce, Red Iceberg 1

    Red Iceberg

    Compact, 16-inch heads have a pleasant, mild flavor and are very slow to bolt.

  • Radish, Cincinnati Market 1

    Cincinnati Market

    Deep red roots are 6″ long and tapered. Flesh is crisp and mild. Good for bunching.

  • Watermelon, Blacktail Mountain

    Blacktail Mountain (Organic)

    Sweet, juicy and crisp! Round 9-inch dark green fruits weigh between 6 and 12 pounds.

  • Lettuce, Red Romaine

    Red Romaine (Organic)

    This large-leaf romaine develops a nice red color during cool weather.

  • Radish, Early Scarlet Globe 1

    Early Scarlet Globe

    Colorful and very attractive — the perfect pick for home or market gardens!

  • Watermelon, Golden Midget 1

    Golden Midget

    Golden Midget has a built-in ripeness indicator: fruits turn yellow when ready.

  • Lettuce, Rogue d'Hiver

    Rouge d’Hiver (Organic)

    Large, compact heads with green hearts and crisp, brownish-red leaves.

  • German Chamomile

    Chamomile, German (Organic)

    Bushy plants spread up to 3-feet when mature and are drought tolerant.

  • Lettuce, Speckled

    Speckled (Organic)

    This speckled, looseleaf type from Lancaster County, PA is one of the best!

  • Radish, Philadelphia White Box

    Philadelphia White Box (Organic)

    A dependable variety for open cultivation or forcing in boxes. Spicy flavor!

  • Watermelon, Petite Yellow

    Petite Yellow (Organic)

    A deliciously refreshing small “icebox” variety — perfect for farmer’s markets!

  • Watermelon, Stone Mountain

    Stone Mountain (Organic)

    First introduced in 1923, this Southern favorite with sweet flesh averages 30 pounds.

  • Organic Chives

    Chives (Organic)

    A tasty ornamental for fresh eating or cooking, excess chives freeze well.

  • Radish, Plum Purple

    Plum Purple (Organic)

    An exceptional variety for the novelty market and also for the home gardener.

  • Cilantro

    Cilantro (Organic)

    Also referred to as Chinese Parsley, fresh cilantro is a staple in Mexican cuisine.

  • White Cypress Vine 1

    White Cypress Vine

    White Cypress Vine has feathery or fern-like foliage reaching a height of 20 ft.

  • Winter Density Lettuce

    Winter Density (Organic)

    Sweet, crisp, and tasty! Large, dark green leaves form upright heads.

  • Red Spider Zinnia 1

    Red Spider

    Red Spider has been mentioned in botanical documents as early as 1801.

  • Color Mixture Pincushion 1


    Sweetly scented blooms attract many butterflies and hummingbirds.

  • Lovage

    Lovage (Organic)

    Popular during the Middle Ages when lovage was grown in most kitchen gardens.

  • Wormwood 1


    Attractive plants with fine grey-green foliage and numerous yellow flowers.

  • Yarrow, Summer Pastels 1


    Beneficial insects love them! Hardy plants bloom in a painter’s pallet of color.

  • Corn, Blue Jade

    Blue Jade (Organic)

    Miniature plants — up to 3 feet tall — can be grown in pots or containers.

  • Love-Lies-Bleeding 1

    Love Lies Bleeding

    Long red rope-like trusses give plants an ornamental and graceful appearance.

  • Zinnia, Benary's Giant 1

    Benary’s Giant

    A beautiful, large bloomer from one of the oldest German seed companies.

  • Rosemary 1


    Attractive grey-green leaves are used extensively to season meats and vegetables.

  • Lupine, Tall Russell 1


    A nice, well-balanced lupine mixture with a full range of beautiful colors.

  • Sage, Green Culinary (Organic) 1

    Sage, Green Culinary (Organic)

    Try laying fresh sprigs of sage on the grill and flavoring meat with its smoke.

  • Zinnia, Gift

    Gift (Organic)

    A brilliant red variety with 3-4″ flowers and an occasional orange blossom.

  • Corn, Japonica

    Japonica (Organic)

    A magnificent ornamental variety from Japan that’s beautiful in borders.

  • Marigold, Red Marietta 1

    Red Marietta

    Beautiful 2-inch blooms provide a spectacular splash of color all summer long.

  • Zinnia, Persian Carpets 1

    Persian Carpet

    An AAS winner in 1952 with beautiful blossoms in red, orange and gold.

  • Corn, Stowell's Evergreen

    Stowell’s Evergreen (Organic)

    Backyard tested since the mid 1800s, Stowell’s Evergreen is second to none.

  • Sensitive Plant

    Sensitive Plant

    Ornamental leaves of the Sensitive Plant close quickly when touched.

  • amish-melon

    Amish (Organic)

    A popular variety from the Amish community. Sweet orange flesh is very juicy!

  • Tom Thumb Popcorn

    Tom Thumb (Organic)

    An tasty ornamental popcorn bred by the late Professor Elwyn Meader at UNH.

  • Cosmos, Sea Shell 1


    Exotic flowers in shades of pink, red and white are a real eye-catcher in any garden.

  • Melon, Charentais

    Charentais (Organic)

    A true French cantaloupe that originated in the Poitou-Charentes region.

  • Cosmos, Sensation Mixture 1


    Large, sturdy plants have beautiful fern-like foliage and a wide mixture of colors.

  • Melon, Early Hanover 1

    Early Hanover

    Very popular! Sweet and sugary flavored flesh can be eaten right to the rind.

  • Smoke Signals Popcorn

    Smoke Signals (Organic)

    An ornamental and delicious popcorn with kernels in shades of many colors.

  • Cucumber, A & C Pickling

    A & C Pickling (Organic)

    Introduced in 1928 by Abbott & Cobb of Philadelphia, PA. Extremely productive!

  • Melon, Eden's Gem

    Eden’s Gem (Organic)

    Medium-sized fruits weigh in around one pound and have a spicy, complex flavor.

  • Melon, Emerald Gem

    Emerald Gem (Organic)

    Pale orange flesh is juicy, sweet and somewhat spicy. A heavy producer.

  • Soybean, Shirofumi

    Shirofumi (Organic)

    A heavy producer that can be substituted for Lima beans. Packed with protein!

  • Cucumber, Double Yield

    Double Yield (Organic)

    Introduced in 1924 by Joseph Harris & Co. of Coldwater, New York. Very productive!

  • Spinach, America 1


    Fine quality! This long-standing type is slow-bolting and heat resistant.

  • Cucumber, Edmonson

    Edmonson (Organic)

    Introduced to SSE in 1982 by Clarice Cooper of Kansas and her late husband Auburn.

  • Spinach, Bloomsdale

    Bloomsdale (Organic)

    Produces heavy yields and is well adapted for late spring or summer plantings.

  • Moonflower 1


    Frequently visited by night pollinators, moonflower has beautiful 5-6″ blossoms.

  • Anise 1


    Easy to grow and similar to dill in habit. Leaves and seeds taste like licorice!

  • Morning Glory, Grandpa Ott's 1

    Grandpa Ott’s

    An original Bavarian type. The flower is deep-purple and has a bright red star in its throat.

  • Spinach, Strawberry


    Compact plants are grown for their nutritious triangular toothed leaves.

  • Cucumber, Poona Kheera

    Poona Kheera (Organic)

    Smooth-skinned fruits turn from white to golden-yellow to russet brown when mature.

  • Squash, Anna Swartz

    Anna Swartz (Organic)

    High quality flesh is the color of a sweet potato and has similar flavor.

  • Arugula, Apollo 1


    An improved Dutch strain of domesticated rocket. Large leaves are very nutritious.

  • Squash, Black Beauty Zucchini

    Black Beauty (Organic)

    A compact, spiny, ever-bearing bush with dark greenish-black skinned fruits.

  • Cucumber, True Lemon

    Lemon (Organic)

    Used primarily for pickling, slicing and in salads. Rust and drought resistant.

  • Nasturtium, Empress of India 1

    Empress of India

    A classic Victorian variety with dark blue-green foliage. Try them in containers!

  • Bachelor's Buttons, Mixed Colors 1

    Choice Mix

    Also known as cornflower, these attractive plants will bloom all season long.

  • Cumin Seeds


    Native to Egypt. Low-growing cumin plants seldom exceed 6 inches in height.

  • New England Aster 1

    New England

    A late-season bloomer with small, daisy-like blossoms in shades of pink and purple.

  • Squash, Long Island Cheese

    Long Island Cheese (Organic)

    A flattened pie variety with sweet, orange flesh that averages 6 to 12 lbs.

  • Basil, Cinnamon 1

    Basil, Cinnamon

    Attractive plants have purple-red stalks, pink flowers and dark green leaves.

  • Cup and Saucer Vine 1

    Cup and Saucer

    A climbing annual with multiple tendrils that easily grasp rough surfaces.

  • Night Phlox

    Night Phlox

    Attractive blooms open in the evening releasing their sweet, honey-like fragrance.

  • Squash, Muscade de Provence

    Musquee De Provence (Organic)

    A superb variety with mildly sweet, deep orange flesh. Very popular!

  • Basil, Genovese

    Basil, Genovese (Organic)

    A best seller! Genovese Basil grows large and is prized for its spicy flavor.

  • Daisy, Zulu Prince 1

    Zulu Prince

    Silver-tinged foliage is finely lobed and silky in appearance. Blooms until frost.

  • Night Scented Stock 1

    Night Scented Stock

    A sweetly fragrant mixture that includes lilac, purple, pink and white.

  • Night Tobacco

    Night Tobacco (Organic)

    Trumpet-shaped white blossoms open in the evening releasing a sweet fragrance.

  • Squash, Summer Crookneck

    Summer Crookneck (Organic)

    Bush plants produce heavy crops of smooth, light-yellow fruit with curved necks.

  • Basil, Purple Dark Opal

    Basil, Purple Dark Opal (Organic)

    Beautiful lilac flowers and dark red stems are spectacular in salads.

  • Squash, Waltham Butternut

    Waltham Butternut (Organic)

    Prized for its uniform shape, yellow-orange flesh, nutty flavor and high yields.

  • Dill, Bouquet

    Dill, Bouquet (Organic)

    The most widely grown dill. Early maturing plants have an intoxicating aroma.

  • Basil, Thai 1

    Basil, Thai

    Attractive Thai basil plants are 12 to 18″ tall with medium-green leaves.

  • Starfire Signet 1

    Starfire Signet

    Masses of beautiful flowers make this low-growing plant excellent for borders.

  • Drumstick 1


    Brilliant 1″ blooms are striking in the garden or in fresh or dried bouquets.

  • Okra, Hill Country Red 1

    Hill Country Red

    Beautiful 6-foot tall, red-stemmed plants yield light green, plump pods.

  • Star of the Veld 1

    Star of the Veldt

    Long-lasting, golden blossoms are drought tolerant and thrive in sunny borders.

  • Bean, Black Valentine

    Black Valentine

    Prolific and dependable. Tolerant of cool temperatures. Bush habit, snap or dry.

  • Purple Coneflower

    Purple Coneflower

    This showy plant is easy to grow and attracts butterflies like a magnet.

  • Stevia 1


    Extracts are 200-300 times sweeter than sugar and very low in calories.

  • Bean, Bountiful


    Plants grow up to 18-inches tall and produce heavy yields of stringless pods.

  • Casper Eggplant


    Originally from France, these compact plants produce stunning ivory fruits.

  • Okra, Star of David

    Star of David (Organic)

    Sturdy, green pods are best picked when small — around 3-inches long.

  • St

    St. John’s Wort

    A highly esteemed medicinal plant used since ancient times for depression.

  • Strawflower Mixture 1


    Strawflower has large papery blooms used extensively in dried arrangements.

  • Onion, Ailsa Craig

    Ailsa Craig

    An excellent keeper. Named after a small, round island off the west coast of Scotland.

  • Sunberry Seeds

    Sunberry (Organic)

    Prolific plants are loaded with small, slightly sweet, blue-purple berries.

  • Sunflower, Lemon Queen

    Lemon Queen (Organic)

    Produces an abundance of multiple blooms with large lemon-yellow petals.

  • Dragon's Tongue Bean

    Dragon’s Tongue

    Large, cream-colored pods with vivid purple stripes that disappear when cooked.

  • Sunflower Mix 1

    Spectacular Mix

    Extended blooms provide a nice supply of colors from July until frost.

  • Bean, Empress

    Empress (Organic)

    One of the very best varieties for fresh eating, freezing or processing.

  • Eggplant, Listada de Gandia

    Listada de Gandia (Organic)

    One of the best available! This beautiful Italian variety is reliable with heavy yields.

  • Onion, Red Wethersfield

    Red Wethersfield (Organic)

    Listed as “Large Red” in 1834 by Hovey & Company of Boston. Mild-flavored.

  • Orange Sun Sunflower

    Orange Sun

    Exploding with color these showy blooms stand tall above all else.

  • Onion, Yellow of Parma 1

    Yellow of Parma

    A top quality late maturing variety with golden globe-shaped bulbs.

  • Sunflower, Ring of Fire 1

    Ring of Fire

    Large, dark-centered blossoms are spectacular in cut flower arrangements.

  • Sunflower, Tarahumara White Seeded

    Tarahumara (Organic)

    Yields masses of solid-gold blooms! Plants are tolerant of less than ideal conditions.

  • Orange Prince Daisy 1

    Orange Prince

    This African native with silver-tinged foliage offers sunny orange blooms.

  • Sunflower, Torch 1


    A favorite! Fiery orange flowers attract lots of butterflies all summer long.

  • Eggplant, Udumalapet

    Udumalapet (Organic)

    Great for chutneys and curries! These dark purple fruits ripen to golden-yellow.

  • Oregano, Greek

    Oregano, Greek (Organic)

    Delicious, pungent flavor, claimed to be better and sharper than true oregano.

  • Sunflower, Valentine

    Valentine (Organic)

    Beautiful primrose-yellow petals with rounded tips are one of the very best.

  • Bean, Ideal Market

    Ideal Market (Organic)

    Introduced in 1914, Ideal Market is a very early and productive variety.

  • Sunflower, Velvet Queen

    Velvet Queen (Organic)

    Striking plants have velvety, dark mahogany-red petals with black centers.

  • Painted Tongue 1

    Painted Tongue

    Sturdy 12 to 24-inch tall stems with striped flowers in a wide range of colors.

  • Sunrise Serenade 1

    Sunrise Serenade

    A true old-fashioned beauty! Sunrise Serenade is the most dramatic variety available.

  • Sweet Mace 1

    Sweet Mace

    Compact plants have beautiful glossy leaves with small orange flowers.

  • Fennel, Florence

    Fennel, Florence (Organic)

    Celery-like stalks have a mild licorice flavor and require a steady supply of water.

  • Pansies, Historic Mixture 1

    Historic Mix

    A mixture closely resembling those grown by gardeners more than 150 years ago.

  • Sweet Marjoram (Organic) 1

    Sweet Marjoram (Organic)

    Attractive gray-green leaves are sweet, fragrant and chock-full of flavor.

  • Bean, Painted Pony

    Painted Pony (Organic)

    The dual purpose Painted Pony has long, thin pods that are stringless and good.

  • Firmament


    Star-shaped, powdery-blue blossoms contrast nicely with grey-green foliage.

  • Bean, Provider

    Provider (Organic)

    These compact, bush-type plants are heavy croppers and disease resistant.

  • Flower, Perfect Mix

    Jasmine Tobacco (Organic)

    A “Perfect Mix” of fuchsia, white, purple, salmon, lavender, rust and bronze.

  • Bean, Purple Podded Pole

    Purple Podded (Organic)

    This European variety was discovered by Henry Fields in an Ozark garden.

  • Parsley, Giant from Italy

    Parsley, Giant from Italy (Organic)

    Prized by Italian cooks for its strong flavor and large dark-green, flat leaves.

  • Four O' Clocks 1

    Four O’ Clocks

    Colorful blossoms open in late afternoon and attract hummingbird moths.

  • Bean, Scarlet Runner 1

    Scarlet Runner

    One of the oldest runner types now in existence. First described in 1750.

  • Foxglove, Giant Spotted

    Foxglove (Organic)

    A popular cottage garden variety from England. Great for borders and cuttings.

  • Parsley, Triple Curled

    Parsley, Triple Curled (Organic)

    Closely curled bright green leaves are high in vitamins and minerals. A favorite!

  • Pea, Amish Snap

    Amish Snap (Organic)

    A superb variety from the Amish community. Delicate and sweet!

  • Pea, Dwarf Gray Sugar 1

    Dwarf Gray

    Broad 3- to 4-inch pods are stringless and fiber-free. Well suited for stir-fry!

  • Sweet Pea, Grandiflora Mixture 1


    A mixture of 25 different colors with some bi-color and striped varieties.

  • Pea, Golden Sweet Edible Podded 1

    Golden Sweet

    Beautiful 6-foot tall plants were first collected at a market in India.

  • Beet, Bull's Blood

    Bull’s Blood (Organic)

    Deliciously sweet and tender with remarkably beautiful red-purple tops.

  • Pea, Green Arrow

    Green Arrow (Organic)

    A classic home and market variety that yields plump, 4- to 5-inch, dark green pods.

  • Swiss Chard, Five Color Silverbeet 1

    Five Color Silverbeet

    Provides a spectacular rainbow of colors throughout the entire growing season.

  • Beet, Chioggia

    Chioggia (Organic)

    Beautiful flesh has alternating red and white rings that resemble a bull’s-eye.

  • Pea, Sutton's Harbinger

    Sutton’s Harbinger (Organic)

    Introduced in England in 1898 and received an Award of Merit in 1901.

  • Swiss Chard, Fordhook Giant

    Fordhook Giant

    Broad, dark green, heavily crumpled leaves with white veins and sturdy stalks.

  • Pea, Tom Thumb 1

    Tom Thumb

    Standing 8-inches tall this is the best dwarf variety for container gardening.

  • Beet, Cylindra 1


    Dark-red flesh is free from rings, sweet and easy to peel. Very productive!

  • Swiss Chard, Rhubarb Red

    Rhubarb Red (Organic)

    Bright red stalks contrast beautifully with heavily crumpled green leaves.

  • Pepper, Aurora

    Aurora (Organic)

    These beautiful ornamental plants grow up to 1-foot tall — perfect for pots!

  • Teddy Bear Sunflower

    Teddy Bear (Organic)

    A favorite with kids! Beautiful 4- to 6-inch golden-yellow blooms on dwarf plants.

  • Pepper, Black Hungarian 1

    Black Hungarian

    Dark green foliage is highlighted by purple veins and beautiful purple flowers.

  • Globe Amaranth 1


    Easy to grow from seed, very productive, and attracts a multitude of butterflies.

  • Pepper, Bull Nose Bell 1


    Grown at Monticello by Thomas Jefferson and listed in 1863 by Fearing Burr.

  • Organic Thyme

    Thyme (Organic)

    In ancient times, this aromatic plant was believed to attract fairies.

  • Bells of Ireland 1

    Bells of Ireland

    Spikes of green bell-shaped calyces surround white flowers. Great for cuttings.

  • Gourd, Birdhouse


    Rounded fruits with long necks make excellent birdhouses when dry.

  • Pepper, Candlelight 1


    Ornamental plants measure less than 16-inch tall. Perfect for containers!

  • Tip Top Mixture Nasturtium 1

    Tip Top Mix

    Tip Top mixture is classed as “top-flowering” and holds its blooms above the foliage.

  • Gourd, Mixture

    Gourd Mix

    A beautiful mix for fall decorations and a money-maker for roadside stands.

  • Dr Wyche's Tomatillo

    Dr. Wyche’s Yellow (Organic)

    This unique yellow colored variety has a nice sweet flavor and is very productive.

  • Gourd, Ten Commandments 1

    Ten Commandments

    Great for fall displays, this select mix is brightly colored and decorative.

  • Pepper, Chocolate Beauty 1

    Chocolate Beauty

    Excellent flavor. Shiny bell-type fruits ripen to a gorgeous chocolate brown.

  • Ground Cherry, Aunt Molly's

    Aunt Molly’s (Organic)

    Recorded as early as 1837 in Pennsylvania and still common at roadside stands.

  • Pepper, Fish


    Traditionally used in crab houses around Chesapeake Bay — MEDIUM HOT.

  • Tomato, Amish Paste 1

    Amish Paste

    Delicious flesh is juicy and meaty, excellent for sauces or fresh eating off the vine.

  • Borage Flower


    Often used to add color to salads, summer drinks, dips and desserts.

  • Hollyhock, Outhouse

    Hollyhock (Organic)

    This classic hollyhock has graced outbuildings on farmsteads for over a century.

  • Pepper, Hot Portugal 1

    Hot Portugal

    Sturdy upright plants produce heavy yields early in the growing season.

  • Tomato, Aunt Ruby's Green

    Aunt Ruby’s Green (Organic)

    These wonderfully large beefsteak fruits weigh one pound or more.

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