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Organic Winter Density Lettuce, Heirloom Organic Winter Density Lettuce, Heirloom In Stock

Organic Winter Density Lettuce, Heirloom

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More on the way! We are out but more is coming soon. Place your order to hold yours.  Seed Exchange - (aka Craquerelle du Midi) Bred in England. Large dark green curled leaves form upright 8-10" heads. Sweet, crisp, and succulent. Slow to bolt in summer heat yet also cold tolerant. Bibb-Romaine, 55 days Organic Sweet, crisp heads grow to 8-10 inches Slow to bolt yet also cold tolerant Bibb-Romaine lettuce 55 days   Instructions - Sow continuously for a constant supply of lettuce. Best grown in cooler weather. Plant in full sun or partial shade. Direct Seed 1" apart Plant 1/4"...

Spearmint Spearmint In Stock

Spearmint

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Seed Exchange - The dark-green, toothed leaves of this mint species are used for making tea and cocktails and for flavoring candies and desserts, as well as for adding fragrance to lotions and tinctures. Perennial in zones 4-10. Perennial in zones 4-10 Plants grow to 1-3 feet tall Dark green leaves with toothed edges Fresh, minty flavor Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath surface of soil. Transplant outdoors after danger of frost has passed in late spring. Can also be directly sown outdoors just before last spring frost. Spearmint will spread vigorously; to control its runners plant in a container sunk...

Lemon Mint, 1,000 years old Heirloom Lemon Mint, 1,000 years old Heirloom In Stock

Lemon Mint, 1,000 years old Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Used by Native Americans for medicinal and culinary purposes, the citrus-flavored leaves of lemon mint can be minced and added to fruit jellies. Its beautiful purple bracts, held on 24-30" tall plants, are aromatic and colorful in the fall and attract bees. Hardy perennial in zones 5-9. Self-seeding annual plants Plants grow to 24-30 inches tall Purple flower bracts attract bees Leaves are aromatic and citrus-flavored Instructions -  Sow seeds indoors just beneath surface of soil. Plant out in early spring just before last frost. Remove spent blossoms regularly to prolong blooming. Sow seed indoors 8-10 weeks before the last frost...

English True Lavender, Heirloom English True Lavender, Heirloom In Stock

English True Lavender, Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - This essential herb bears fragrant grey-green, needlelike foliage and spikes of violet-blue flowers. Also known as True lavender, this Mediterranean native is highly valued for cutting and drying, as well as the aromatic fragrance and essential oils it produces. Plants grow 12-20" tall. Perennial in zones 5-9. Perennial plant in zones 5-9 Plants grow to 12-20 inches Short spikes of violet-blue flowers Good for cutting, drying, and essential oils Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath surface of soil. Success is greatly improved if seeds are placed with soil into a plastic bag and refrigerated for 4-6 weeks. Once...

Organic Silver Edged Squash, Ancient Heirloom Organic Silver Edged Squash, Ancient Heirloom In Stock

Organic Silver Edged Squash, Ancient Heirloom

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Seed Savers - Grown for its highly nutritious silver seeds which are easy to extract and hull. Seeds are delicious when roasted and are an important ingredient in Latin American cuisine. Beautiful white fruits with green mottled stripes may be round or pear-shaped. Unpalatable Flesh, 110 days. Organic White fruits with mottled green stripes Round or pear shaped fruits Winter squash for seeds 110 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills after danger of frost has passed. Hills should be spaced 6' apart in all directions. Can also be started indoors 3 weeks before transplanting out....

Sensation Fizzy White Cosmos Flower Sensation Fizzy White Cosmos Flower In Stock

Sensation Fizzy White Cosmos Flower

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Our children love to pick flowers and cosmos let them pick all the flowers they seem to want.  The more you pick them, the more they bloom.  Seed Exchange - The gorgeous, prolific flowers of this variety stand out in any flower bed, container, or bouquet. Large 2½ -4" pure-white blooms have tufted centers and overlapping petals with fine pleats and zigzag edges. These graceful flowers are easy to grow and have an almost hypnotic effect when they sway in the breeze. New for 2020 Annual Easy-to-grow Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after the last frost. Cosmos prefer poor soil. They will...

Red Marietta Marigold Flower Red Marietta Marigold Flower In Stock

Red Marietta Marigold Flower

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Seed Exchange - Listed by many companies earlier this century as Mexican Hybrids. Beautiful semi-double flowers with mahogany, orange, gold, cream, and many bicolored blossoms. Very good for cutting. Resists mildew. AAS winner in 1952. Annual, 24-28" tall. Open-Pollinated Annual plants grow to 12-18 inches tall Bright red and orange flowers Classic marigold scent Productive and excellent for garden borders 250 Seeds Instructions -Sow seeds outdoors 2 weeks before the last frost.  They prefer full sun and can do ok in partial shade especially in hot climates.  They like well-balanced slightly dry soil.  Sow 1/8" Deep Germination 4-10 days Thin 10-12" apart Firefly...

Organic Mammoth Sunflower Organic Mammoth Sunflower In Stock

Organic Mammoth Sunflower

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The giant of all sunflowers with tall, thick stalks supporting huge heads that tower over the garden. High Mowing Organic Seeds - This single-stemmed variety is a very fast and vigorous grower, perfect for creating living walls or fences, sunflower houses, kids' gardens and more. Also a great variety for edible seeds or feeding the birds. Towering plants are beloved by children, birds and bees. Organic & Open-Pollinated Food for birds and bees Fun for kids 12' tall Annual Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Sunflowers prefer full sun to light shade and well-drained rich soil. Provide support for...

Organic Evening Colors Sunflower Organic Evening Colors Sunflower In Stock

Organic Evening Colors Sunflower

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Each plant carries an amazing variety of gold and pale yellow flowers with dusty rose to pink rings. High Mowing Organic Seeds - An unusual genetic mix with few solid colors and chocolatey brown centers. Well-branched; stems average 18" long with single heads. Great for bouquets and provides a long season of color Organic & Open-Pollinated Great cut flower Attracts bees and butterflies 8' tall Annual Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Sunflowers prefer full sun to light shade and well-drained rich soil. Provide support for tall plants. Sow 1/2" =1" Deep Plant and Thin to 12" Apart Germination...

Organic County Fair Blend Zinnias Flower Organic County Fair Blend Zinnias Flower In Stock

Organic County Fair Blend Zinnias Flower

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Warm-toned mix of pink, orange, purple, gold and cream blooms. An excellent cut flower that blooms until frost; the more you cut the more they grow! 2-5" blooms ideal for borders and bouquets. Heat and disease tolerant. Zinnias last longer if you change the water in the vase every two days and keep out of direct sunlight Open-Pollinated High Mowing Seeds Exclusive Excellent cut flower Attracts butterflies 24-36" plants Annual Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after the last frost. Zinnias perform best in Full Sun with well drained fertile soil.  Excellent cut flower. Remove spent blossoms regularly to prolong blooming. You can start...

Diablos Cosmos Flower, 400 year old Heirloom Diablos Cosmos Flower, 400 year old Heirloom In Stock

Diablos Cosmos Flower, 400 year old Heirloom

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Seed Savers -  This variety of Cosmos is native to Mexico and Central and South America. As such, it can tolerate growing with very little water after the seeds germinate. It was introduced into English horticulture in the late 18th century. Diablo Cosmos is of the species Cosmos sulphureus. This species of flower was preferred by the Korean-Japanese botanist and plant breeder Dr. Woo Jang-choon in his program of planting cosmos flowers along the highways and railroads in Japan and Korea. In 1974 Diablo Cosmos won the All-America Selections award for Flowers. Reintroduced for 2019 Half-hardy annual plants grow to 2-3...

Hungarian Blue Breadseed Poppy Hungarian Blue Breadseed Poppy In Stock

Hungarian Blue Breadseed Poppy

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Seed Exchange -Sitting above its silvery, highly cut foliage, the striking, purple-petaled flowers of this easy-to-grow annual are followed later in the season by attractive seed pods that can be used in dried arrangements. At season’s end, the seeds in the pods can be harvested and used for baking or replanting. All plant parts except the seeds are toxic. Prolific self-sowing annual, 2-3' tall. Organic Self-seeding annual plants grow to 2-3 feet tall Deep blue-purple blossoms Edible seeds for baking 200 Seeds Instructions - Direct seeding is preferable, as poppies do not like to have their roots disturbed. Sow seeds outdoors in the...

Organic Spring Salad Mix Sprouting Seeds Organic Spring Salad Mix Sprouting Seeds In Stock

Organic Spring Salad Mix Sprouting Seeds

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Delicious mix of broccoli, radish, red clover and alfalfa that is sweet with a touch of spice. Mild flavor, cruchy and easy to grow! Organic Soaking Time: 8 hours Sprouting time: 4-5 days Recommended methods: Jar-Lid or Sprouting Tray Yield: 1 Tbsp = 3-4 cup 3.5 oz per pack   May contain wheat, soy or mustards. Produced in a facility that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, sesame, and shellfish. Watch our "How to grow sprouts" video here. Instructions - Follow Instructions on Pack - Super easy.  Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute suppliers based on availability.

Organic Sandwich Booster Mix Sprouting Seeds Organic Sandwich Booster Mix Sprouting Seeds In Stock

Organic Sandwich Booster Mix Sprouting Seeds

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A mix of clover, alfalfa, radish and mustard. Easy sprout mix of clover, alfalfa, radish, and mustards; mild, sweet, and spicy. Soaking Time: 8 hours Sprouting time: 3-5 days Recommended methods: Sprouting Tray or Jar Lid Yield: 1 Tbsp = 3-4 cups 3 oz Ingredients: Radish, mustard, alfalfa, and clover seeds. May contain wheat or soy. Produced in a facility that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, sesame, and shellfish. Watch our "How to grow sprouts" video here. Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute suppliers based on availability.

Organic Summer Crookneck  Squash, 1700's Heirloom Organic Summer Crookneck  Squash, 1700's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Summer Crookneck Squash, 1700's Heirloom

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The New Living Seed Company - Introduced to colonial gardeners in the 1700’s by the native Lenape people of the Delaware Valley and a favorite in home gardens since 1828. With a bit of an unusual appearance this soft squash with bright lemon yellow skin offers a distinct mild and sweet flavor. Also commonly known as summer crookneck, golden summer crookneck and early summer crookneck. Despite its name, summer squash is a warm-season crop and can be grown during warm frost-free weather. This sweet and mild nutty flavored squash has a light yellow flesh on the interior and is softer than...

Sutton's Harbinger Pea, 1898 Heirloom Sutton's Harbinger Pea, 1898 Heirloom In Stock

Sutton's Harbinger Pea, 1898 Heirloom

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The Seed Exchange - English introduction by Suttons Seeds in 1898; won an Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1901. Very early heavy-cropping variety. Excellent quality eating pea. Plants are 28-32" tall. Shell, 52-60 days. Excellent texture and flavor Vines grow to 32 inches Heavy cropping variety Shelling pea 52-60 day   Instructions - Peas thrive in cool weather. Sow seeds outdoors as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Seeds will germinate in 7-14 days. Double rows of peas can be planted on each side of a trellis. Direct Seed 2-3" apart Plant 1/2" deep Plant Rows...

Organic Old Timey Blue Collard, pre-1890 heirloom Organic Old Timey Blue Collard, pre-1890 heirloom In Stock

Organic Old Timey Blue Collard, pre-1890 heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Donated to SSE in 1989 by Ralph Blackwell of Alabama. Ralph's family grew this variety for over a hundred years and his mother used it to make a dish similar to sauerkraut. Plants grow to 2' tall with blue-green leaves and purple stems/veins. Very good eating qualities. 60-80 days. Organic Plants grow to 2 feet tall Blue-green leaves with purple stems & veins Very good eating qualities 60-80 days   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors 3 months before the last frost or sown inside for an early summer harvest.  If sowing indoors, start 6-8 weeks before the last frost...

Organic Fisher's Earliest Sweet Corn, 1950's Heirloom Organic Fisher's Earliest Sweet Corn, 1950's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Fisher's Earliest Sweet Corn, 1950's Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - 'Fisher's Earliest' was cultivated by Ken Fisher of Belgrade, Montana who worked for 60+ years selecting for the short growing season there. Vigorous, multi-colored 5-6' stalks with one ear per plant sitting 18" high. Ears grow 10-12 rows of kernels; excellent tip fill and husk cover. All ears should be picked and eaten quickly as ears lose sweetness rapidly post-harvest. Organic Tender, sweet kernels Ideal for freezing and fresh eating Sweet corn 70 days Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors 1” deep after danger of frost has passed. For good pollination and full ears, plant in blocks of 3-6 rows instead of...

Organic Dolciva Carrot Organic Dolciva Carrot In Stock

Organic Dolciva Carrot

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Kids love this carrot. Hands-down winner in our storage taste tests! High Mowing Organic Seeds - Great sweet flavor, juicy crunch, and incredibly long storage life. Grown on increasingly big acreage in Europe, we are delighted with this Swiss-bred variety. Slightly tapered roots have good uniformity, bright color and strong tops. Widely adapted and versatile for bunching or storage; rated 20-30% higher in sugars than Bolero F1 over 9 months in storage. From our friends at Swiss biodynamic seed company Sativa Seeds. Available as raw or pelleted seed. Organic & Open-Pollinated Long storing High brix 8" Nantes-type Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors before...

Organic Lemon Basil, Heirloom Organic Lemon Basil, Heirloom In Stock

Organic Lemon Basil, Heirloom

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Narrow leaf basil from Southeast Asia with delightfully strong aroma and lemony flavor. Hugh Mowing Organic Seeds - Delicious with fish and in salad dressings. Flowering stalks can be added to bouquets to lend a wonderful lemony fragrance. A smaller-leaf variety, reaching 15" tall. Organic & Open-Pollinated Specialty variety Nice bouquet flower Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors when soil is warm and temperature does not drop below 65°F. Can also be started indoors 4-6 weeks before planting out. Make successive sowings for continuous summer supplies. Pinch back flower stalks as they appear to keep plants from bolting. Prefers rich well-drained soil. Sow 1/8"...

Organic Fanni Common Sage, Heirloom Organic Fanni Common Sage, Heirloom In Stock

Organic Fanni Common Sage, Heirloom

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Wonderfully aromatic gray green leaves used in soups, meat dishes, gravies and stuffing. High Mowing Organic Seeds - Sturdy, woody stems can be used as ornamental branches in floral wreaths. Beautiful lavender flowers in summer. Start transplants 4-6 weeks before last frost. Approx. 3,400 seeds/oz. Excellent fresh or dried Perennial to Zone 4 Instructions - Sow seeds indoors 1/4" deep. Transplant after last frost. Can also be directly sown outdoors after the last frost. Plant light well-drained soil Plant 1/8" deep as the seeds need light to germinate Sow indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost Germination in 14-21 days Plant 16" apart...

Organic Bouquet Dill Organic Bouquet Dill Sold Out

Organic Bouquet Dill

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The most widely-grown organic dill for fresh eating, flowers and seed heads. High Mowing Seed Company - A versatile, early-maturing variety used for fresh leaves, seedhead production and cut flowers. Produces seed heads well ahead of others and right in time for summer pickles. Flowering umbels average 6" wide Organic Great for pickling 30" tall Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors early in the spring when the ground has warmed. Prefers rich, well-drained soil and a sheltered location out of the wind. Will readily volunteer each year from dropped seeds. Direct Seed 1/8" deep Germination 6-21 days Thin 8-12" apart Firefly Farm...

Organic Arugula Microgreen Seeds Organic Arugula Microgreen Seeds In Stock

Organic Arugula Microgreen Seeds

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Spicy long, rounded green leaves. A commerical standard arugula with just the right amount of spice. Germinates quickly and tolerates cold and hot temperatures well. Our strain has a mix of "cut" and "strap" leaf shapes when grown as a microgreen to give mixes diversity and loft. Lofty greens Fast growing Instructions - Follow Instructions on Pack - Super easy.  Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute suppliers based on availability.

Organic Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds Organic Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds In Stock

Organic Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds

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Mild flavor, mild crunch, and easy to grow! A very easy sprout with mild, fresh flavor. Soaking Time: 8 hours Sprouting time: 4-5 days Recommended methods: Jar-Lid or Sprouting Tray Yield: 1 Tbsp = 3-4 cups May contain wheat, soy or mustards. Produced in a facility that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, sesame, and shellfish. Watch our "How to grow sprouts" video here. Instructions - Follow Instructions on Pack - Super easy.  Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute suppliers based on availability.

Organic Spicy Salad Mix Sprouting Seeds Organic Spicy Salad Mix Sprouting Seeds In Stock

Organic Spicy Salad Mix Sprouting Seeds

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A mildly spicy blend of lentils, alfalfa, red clover, radish, and black mustard. Mild flavor, cruchy and easy to grow! Organic Spicy blend of lentils, alfalfa, red clover, radish, and black mustard. Soaking Time: 6-8 hours Sprouting time: 3-6 days Recommended methods: Sprouting Tray or Jar Lid Yield: 1 Tbsp = 2-3 cups 4 oz per pack   Ingredients: Lentils, alfalfa, red clover, radish, and mustard seeds. May contain wheat or soy. Produced in a facility that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, sesame, and shellfish. Instructions - Follow Instructions on Pack - Super easy.  Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute suppliers...

Georgia Southern Collard, 1880 heirloom Georgia Southern Collard, 1880 heirloom In Stock

Georgia Southern Collard, 1880 heirloom

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Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard is stock with just a handful of seed packs. Order today to get yours.  Seed Exchange - Historic collard first released around 1880. Slow to bolt and tolerant of heat, cold, and poor soil. Non-heading plants grow 2-3 feet tall with large cabbage-like blue-green leaves that are tender, mild, and juicy. 60-80 days. ±8,400 seeds/oz. (Brassica oleracea) (aka Georgia, Creole, Southern)  Tender, mild, and juicy Grows 2-3 feet tall Slow to bolt Tolerates heat, cold, and poor soil 80 days   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors 3 months before the last frost or sown inside for an early...

Flame Lettuce (Looseleaf), 1988 Popular Favorite Flame Lettuce (Looseleaf), 1988 Popular Favorite In Stock

Flame Lettuce (Looseleaf), 1988 Popular Favorite

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Seed Exchange - Introduced to gardeners in 1988 by Harris Moran. Described as “distinctly red; slow bolting; a fast mover for markets demanding unique vegetables.” Although a relatively recent introduction, we offer this variety since it is a garden rarity. Looseleaf, 60 days Soft texture Slow to bolt Looseleaf and cut-and-come again 60 days 500 Seeds   Instructions - Sow continuously for a constant supply of lettuce. Best grown in cooler weather. Plant in full sun or partial shade. Direct Seed 1" apart Plant 1/4" deep Germinate 7-14 days Thin 6-8" apart Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute suppliers based on availability.

Organic Montreal Market Melon, Almost Extinct Favorite Organic Montreal Market Melon, Almost Extinct Favorite In Stock

Organic Montreal Market Melon, Almost Extinct Favorite

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Seed Exchange - Melon lovers can thank a small group of Canadian preservationists for bringing back this incredibly flavorful variety in the 1990s. Its thick, green flesh is highly aromatic and has a sweet, complex taste. For peak flavor, harvest fruits when slightly under-ripe, before the rind turns yellow and the fruit softens. Melons are round to slightly flattened with a heavy, silvery netting and deep ribbing, measure 8"" in diameter, and weigh 7-8 pounds. Organic. Organic Fruits grow to 7-8 lbs Flesh is green with heavy silver netting Sweet and complex flavor Harvest before rind yellows for peak flavor New...

Minnesota Midget Melon, 1948 Heirloom Minnesota Midget Melon, 1948 Heirloom In Stock

Minnesota Midget Melon, 1948 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Extra-early variety bred by the University of Minnesota at St. Paul in 1948; introduced by Farmer Seed and Nursery Company. Capable of producing two crops—an excellent choice for northern gardeners. Vines seldom over 3' long; suitable for growing in containers. Round 4" fruits have thick golden-yellow flesh that is edible to the rind and deliciously sweet. Resistant to fusarium wilt. 60-75 days Vines rarely grow over 3 feet and fruits grow to 9 inches Juicy, super-sweet orange flesh Resistant to fusarium wilt 60-75 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - Melons love heat. Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills...

Musquee de Provence Squash Pumpkin, 1800's Historic Heirloom Musquee de Provence Squash Pumpkin, 1800's Historic Heirloom In Stock

Musquee de Provence Squash Pumpkin, 1800's Historic Heirloom

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Seed Savers - Beautiful French pumpkin An historic cheese pumpkin from the South of France, available in the U.S. as early as 1895 from Vaughan's Seed Store in Chicago. Gorgeous squashes, up to 20 pounds in weight, look like wheels of cheese, and ripen from green to burnt sienna. Deep orange flesh is dense and of superb table quality. Very long shelf life. Intolerant of cold. 110 days, (C. moschata) (aka Potiron Bronze de Montlhéry) Fruits grow up to 20 pounds Deep orange flesh is dense and flavorful Does not tolerate cold Winter squash for storage 110 days   Instructions - Sow...

Organic Tango Lettuce (Looseleaf), 1986 Classic Organic Tango Lettuce (Looseleaf), 1986 Classic In Stock

Organic Tango Lettuce (Looseleaf), 1986 Classic

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Seed Exchange - A widely adapted variety that has a tender texture and tangy flavor and is rich in vitamins. It’s often used in lettuce mixtures for market. Uniform, attractive plants form tight, erect rosettes. Deeply cut, pointed leaves. Very slow to bolt. The variety was introduced by W. Atlee Burpee Company in 1986. Looseleaf, 45-60 days Organic Light green, pointed and frilled leaves Tender texture, tangy flavor Slow to bolt 45-60 days 500 Seeds   Instructions - Sow continuously for a constant supply of lettuce. Best grown in cooler weather. Plant in full sun or partial shade. Direct Seed 1" apart...

Rouge Vif d'Etampes 'Cinderella' Pumpkin, 1883 Heirloom Rouge Vif d'Etampes 'Cinderella' Pumpkin, 1883 Heirloom In Stock

Rouge Vif d'Etampes 'Cinderella' Pumpkin, 1883 Heirloom

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Seed Savers - Beautiful French pumpkin introduced in the United States by W. Atlee Burpee in 1883; documented by Vilmorin the same year. Very flattened red-orange fruit with wide ribs, weighs up to 20 pounds. Favored by French chefs for rich soup stock. 95 days, (C. maxima) (aka Bright Red d'Etampes, Cinderella) Cinderella Pumpkin 15-20 lb fruit   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills after danger of frost has passed. Hills should be spaced 6' apart in all directions. Can also be started indoors 3 weeks before transplanting out. Plant 1/2" deep Hill 6-8 seeds together Thin to 3-4 plants...

Cornfield Pumpkin, 1984 Favorite Cornfield Pumpkin, 1984 Favorite In Stock

Cornfield Pumpkin, 1984 Favorite

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  Seed Savers Favorite - First offered by SSE member Glenn Drowns in the 1984 Yearbook from USDA seed. Our top choice for use as both a carving pumpkin and for fall decorations. Fruits are flattened, light-colored, thin-skinned, and weigh 12-15 pounds. Very sturdy stems rarely break off. Traditionally grown as a dual crop planted with field corn. 90 days. Flattened, light skinned fruits Fruits grow to 12-15 pounds Sturdy stems rarely break off Good for carving Winter squash or pumpkin 90 days Planting Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills after danger of frost has passed. Hills should...

Galeux d'Eysines Pumpkin Squash, 1883 Heirloom Galeux d'Eysines Pumpkin Squash, 1883 Heirloom In Stock

Galeux d'Eysines Pumpkin Squash, 1883 Heirloom

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 Seed Savers -A French historic variety squash from the Bordeaux region; noted in Vilmorin’s Les Plantes Potageres (1883). Seed carried by La Ferme de Ste. Marthe and collected by SSE member Amy Goldman at the 1996 Tranzault Pumpkin Festival. Attains weight of 10-20 pounds. Best used for beautiful table centerpieces or eaten in stews and soups. Harvest squashes when slightly immature as they tend to crack. 90 days.(C. maxima) (aka Galeuse d’Eysines, Courge Brodée Galeuse) Fruits grow to 10-20 pounds Harvest when slightly immature to avoid cracking Eaten in stews and soups or used as decoration Winter squash 90 days...

Tetra Mix Snapdragon Tetra Mix Snapdragon In Stock

Tetra Mix Snapdragon

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Seed Exchange - Robust, scented flowers in an abundance of colors hearken back to old-fashioned annual cutting gardens. The undeniable vintage charm of this semi-dwarf snapdragon, which grows from 18-24" high, enlivens garden beds and borders, as well as bouquets. Annual.  Annual Fragrant and colorful Grows 18-24" tall 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors on the surface of the soil. Plant outdoors after the danger of frost has passed in late spring. Prefers average soil. Remove spent blossoms regularly to prolong blooming. Sow 8-10 Weeks before the last frost Plant 7-10" Apart Germination 7-10 days Full Sun to Partial Sun Firefly Farm...

Globe Amaranth, Brazilian Native Globe Amaranth, Brazilian Native In Stock

Globe Amaranth, Brazilian Native

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Seed Exchange - While native to Brazil, Globe Amaranth thrives almost anywhere. A balanced mixture of five to seven colors promises to attract a multitude of butterflies to any garden. Extremely easy to grow from seed and exceptionally productive, it makes an excellent cut flower for both fresh and dried arrangements. Half-hardy annual, 24-30" tall. (Gomphrena globosa)  Half-hardy annual plants grow to 30 inches tall A mixture of 5-7 colors Very easy to grow from seed Attracts butterflies Great for fresh and dried cut flower bouquets 100 Seeds Instructions - Seeds may be soaked in warm water for 24 hours prior to planting....

Strawflower Mixture Flower, 16th Century Heirloom Strawflower Mixture Flower, 16th Century Heirloom In Stock

Strawflower Mixture Flower, 16th Century Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Australian native that was introduced to Europe in 1799. Large papery flowers used extensively in dried arrangements and as a long-lasting cut flower. Cutting promotes bud formation, so cut often. Mix of 8-10 colors. Annual, 30-36" tall. (Helichrysum bracteatum) Annual plants grow up to 3 feet tall Papery flowers in a mix of 8-10 colors Great as a cut flower or dried flower Cutting promotes bud formation 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath the surface of the soil. Seeds do best when allowed to germinate in darkness. Plant out when danger of frost has passed in late...

Night Scented Tobacco Nicotiana Flower or Woodland Tobacco Night Scented Tobacco Nicotiana Flower or Woodland Tobacco In Stock

Night Scented Tobacco Nicotiana Flower or Woodland Tobacco

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Seed Exchange - Often called Woodland Tobacco, this self-sowing species grows to about 5' tall and is topped with 3-4" trumpet-shaped white blossoms at its crown. The flowers open in the evening and release a pleasant, sweet fragrance. Tender perennial, grown as an annual. Organic Tender perennial or annual plants grow to 5 feet Trumpet-shaped or tubular white blossoms Extremely fragrant, opens in the evening 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath the surface of the soil. Seeds do best when allowed to germinate in darkness. Plant out when danger of frost has passed in late spring. Plants do well...

Painted Tongue Flower, 1824 Heirloom Painted Tongue Flower, 1824 Heirloom In Stock

Painted Tongue Flower, 1824 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange -  Spectacular Chilean relative of the petunia, introduced in 1824. Branching 12-24" stems with 2" striped trumpet-shaped flowers in a wide range of almost metallic colors. Salpiglossis comes from two Greek words meaning trumpet and tongue, referring to the velvet-like blossoms. Annual. (Salpiglossis sinuata) Annual plants grow to 12-24 inches Velvety, striped flowers grow to 2 inches Blossoms in a wide range of colors 250 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath the surface of the soil. Seeds do best when allowed to germinate in darkness. Plant out when danger of frost has passed in late spring. Plants do well...

Black Knight Pincushion Flower Black Knight Pincushion Flower In Stock

Black Knight Pincushion Flower

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Seed Exchange - These stunning, dark-maroon flowers have enchanted gardeners (and bees and butterflies) since the early 1600s in England, when the variety was called ‘Blackamoor’s Beauty’ and ‘Mournful Widow.’ The honey-scented flowers have blooms that measure from 1½-2.5" and resemble a dark-satin pincushion with white-tipped pins. The versatile variety works well in both borders and garden beds, and its long stems make it ideal for fresh cutting. (Scabiosa atropurpurea) Annual plants grow to 24-30 inches tall White, blue, maroon, and red flowers Long lasting cut flower Tolerates partial shade Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds 100 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors one week...

 

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