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Organic Purple de Milpa Tomatillo Organic Purple de Milpa Tomatillo In Stock

Organic Purple de Milpa Tomatillo

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Seed Exchange - The tomatillo that grows wild in Mexican cornfields. Very small (¾") purple-tinged fruits borne on 3-4' tall plants. Fruit typically does not burst through husk when ripe. Sharp flavor preferred by some cooks over other tomatillos. 70-90 days from transplant. Organic Purple-tinged fruits grow to less than 1 inch Plants grow to 3-4 feet Does not burst through husk when ripe 70-90 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Culture is very similar to tomatoes. Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Transplant outdoors when soil has warmed. Plants are self- supporting, but sprawl over a large area. Cage or trellis...

Organic Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry Organic Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry In Stock

Organic Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry

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Seed Exchange - Easy-to-grow, prolific, and super-sweet, this ground cherry works well for preserves and pies, over ice cream, and in fresh-fruit salads—or can simply be eaten straight out of the garden. The plants have a sprawling habit and produce ½-¾" fruits encased in a papery husk that turns brown when the fruits ripen. This beloved variety takes its name from an ice cream stand, named not for a dear aunt, but for a cherished pet dog of the owners of Territorial Seed. Organic Prolific and super sweet Fruits grow to ½ to ¾ inch Fruits have a papery husk Sweet...

Organic Sunberry, early 1900's Heirloom Organic Sunberry, early 1900's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Sunberry, early 1900's Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - (Solanum burbankii) (aka Wonderberry) Bred by Luther Burbank in the early 1900s; offered by seedsman John Lewis Childs as Wonderberry in 1909. Great controversy ensued over the plant’s provenance and true identity, and Burbank’s reputation was badly damaged. Prolific bushy plants loaded with small, slightly sweet, dull blue berries. 50-75 days. Organic Small, slightly sweet, dull blue berries Prolific bushy plants 50-75 days 50 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Transplant outdoors 24" apart in rows 36" apart. Sunberries tolerate a wide variety of climates and conditions, but do not tolerate frost. Plants are self-supporting, but...

Organic Monstorpolgi Celeriac, 1600's Heirloom Organic Monstorpolgi Celeriac, 1600's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Monstorpolgi Celeriac, 1600's Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Savored by Seed Savers Exchange members for over 20 years and reportedly by the French since the 1600s, this celery root variety has a mild, sweet celery flavor and firm, round roots that measure 3” long by 3-4” wide. Its root, stems, and leaves make a fine addition to soups and stews. Acquired from member Suzanne Ashworth, who obtained it from Redwood City (California) Seed Company. 100 days. Organic Mild, sweet celery flavor Excellent for soups and stews 100 days 150 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors 1/8" deep in warm, moist soil, 10-12 weeks before planting outdoors....

Organic Garden Huckleberry Organic Garden Huckleberry In Stock

Organic Garden Huckleberry

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Seed Exchange - Upright 3-4' branched plants produce hundreds of ¾" purple-black berries in clusters. Best when picked after berries turn from glossy to dull black. Tasteless when raw and unsweetened; best used in mock blueberry pies and preserves. Use about 1 pound of berries to ½ cup of sugar for best flavor. Good for freezing and canning. 75-80 days from transplant. Organic Plants grow to 3-4 feet Berries grow to ¾ inch Tasteless when raw and unsweetened Good for freezing and canning 75-80 days from transplant 50 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Thin seedlings when 2" tall...

 

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