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Jalapeno (Traveler Strain) Pepper Jalapeno (Traveler Strain) Pepper In Stock

Jalapeno (Traveler Strain) Pepper

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Seed Exchange - From SSE member Larry Pierce of Cabool, Missouri. Named Traveler because Larry carried this seed with him when he moved to Oklahoma, Wyoming, and then Missouri. Sturdy plants covered in cylindrical fruits that average 3" long. Fruits ripen from green to bright red. 70-90 days from transplant. Hot. Best-selling hot pepper Cylindrical fruits grow to 3 inches Peppers ripen from green to bright red Hot pepper 70-90 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant...

Organic Parade Bunching Onion Organic Parade Bunching Onion In Stock

Organic Parade Bunching Onion

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Seed Exchange - Parade bunching onion or scallion, is a vigorous variety with superb upright posture for easy harvest and cleaning. The flavor is mild and satisfying and the texture is firm. Parade has beautiful deep green leaves and an extra long white base. Scallions stalks (the white) have more of an onion punch and its firmer texture can withstand longer cooking times. The greens are more chive like and are typically added at the end of cooking or used fresh. Organic Plants grow to 12-20 inches tall Onion flavored bulbs and chive flavored leaves 100 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors...

Organic San Marzano Tomato, pre 1700's Heirloom Organic San Marzano Tomato, pre 1700's Heirloom In Stock

Organic San Marzano Tomato, pre 1700's Heirloom

$3.25

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The Living Seed Company - Many world class chefs consider this to be the world's finest paste tomato. This delicious, strong tasting red fruit has thick flesh and few seeds, making it perfect for sauces and salsa. Also great fresh or canned. Story has it that the San Marzano originated in Peru before making its way to the Kingdom of Naples in the 1700's. Here it is thought it was first planted in the area of San Marzano sul Sarno, where it was grown in the rich volcanic soil and shadow of Mount Vesuvius. 85 days from transplant.  Organic Bright red...

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

Organic Purple de Milpa Tomatillo

$3.25

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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 Waltham Butternut Squash Organic Waltham Butternut Squash In Stock

Organic Waltham Butternut Squash

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Seed Exchange - (C. moschata) This butternut, an AAS winner in 1970, was the result of years of patient refinement and selection by Professor Robert Young of the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station in Waltham. Prized for its straight necks, rich dry yellow-orange flesh, nutty flavor, and high-yielding vines. Fruits are 3-6 pounds and exceptional keepers. One of the most popular types of baking squash. 83-100 days. Best-selling winter squash Organic Straight necked fruits grow to 3-6 pounds Dry, yellow-orange flesh with nutty flavor High yielding vines One of the most popular types of baking squash Exceptional keeper Winter squash 83-100 days...

Organic Aurora Pepper Organic Aurora Pepper In Stock

Organic Aurora Pepper

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Seed Exchange - Stunning 1½" long fruits borne on foot-high ornamental plants, perfect for container growing. Fruits ripen from lavender to deep purple to orange and finally to red. 60-75 days from transplant. Medium hot. Organic Colorful fruits grow to 1-2 inches Plants grow to 12 inches Medium hot pepper 60-75 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm. Sow indoors 8 weeks before the last frost Plant 1/4" deep Germinates in 14...

Organic White Cherry Tomato Organic White Cherry Tomato In Stock

Organic White Cherry Tomato

$3.25

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Seed Exchange - Early and productive pale yellow to ivory 1 ounce fruits; color will be paler with less sun exposure. An excellent color addition to cherry tomato mixes. Sweet fruity flavor. Indeterminate, 70 days from transplant. Organic Pale yellow to ivory fruits grow to 1 ounce Sweet fruity flavor Early to mature and productive Indeterminate - Fruit ripens throughout the season 70 days from transplant 25 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun. Sow indoors 6 weeks before last frost...

Organic Connecticut Wonder Bean, 1919 Heirloom Organic Connecticut Wonder Bean, 1919 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Connecticut Wonder Bean, 1919 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange -  Mother (Nature) knew best when it came to this family heirloom favorite: The original steward, Reverend Frank Abbott, told his granddaughter, Deborah, that the beans were a “gift from the bees” a result of cross-pollinated plants in his Bolton, Connecticut, garden, sometime prior to 1919. He named the new variety Connecticut Wonder and believed it was a cross between Kentucky Wax and Cranberry Pole beans. In the mid-1970s, Deborah gave the seeds to John Withee, who donated them to Seed Savers Exchange in 1981. The pods are sweet, juicy, and slightly stringy. The strong climber grows white...

Honey Boat Delicata Squash Honey Boat Delicata Squash In Stock

Honey Boat Delicata Squash

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Seed Exchange - (C. pepo) This gold-orange, green-striped delicata squash variety has an irresistibly sweet, nutty flavor, and stores well. Like all delicata squash, it can be prepared straight from harvest without curing. Vines reach up to 6,' while the fruits measure 6"-8" in length and 3" in diameter and weigh up to a pound. Bred by Dr. James Baggett at Oregon State University, ‘Honey Boat’ was introduced in 1990 and has proved popular among squash lovers in the years since. 90-100 days. New for 2020 Sweet, nutty flavor and stores well 90-100 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors...

Organic Orange Bell Pepper Organic Orange Bell Pepper In Stock

Organic Orange Bell Pepper

$2.95

Seed Exchange - The best tasting orange bell pepper we have grown. Given to SSE by member Alex Heklar in 1989. Blocky 4" bell peppers have thick walls and excellent flavor. Heavy yielding. Can also be eaten green. 90 days from transplant. Sweet. Organic Orange bell-shaped fruits grow to 4 inches Excellent flavor Highly productive Heavy yields Sweet pepper 90 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm. Sow indoors 8 weeks before...

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

Organic Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry

$2.95

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...

Mexico Midget Tomato Mexico Midget Tomato In Stock

Mexico Midget Tomato

$3.25

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Seed Exchange - Winner of SSE’s 2014 Tomato Tasting. Hundreds of ½-¾" dark red cherry tomatoes on each plant. Huge tomato flavor for such small fruits. Great for salads or selling in pints. Plants produce throughout the entire growing season. Indeterminate, 60-70 days from transplant. Winner of SSE’s 2014 Tomato Tasting Dark red fruits grow to ½-¾ inch Bursting with tomato flavor Very productive Indeterminate - Fruit ripens throughout the season 60-70 days from transplant 50 Seeds Instructions - You should start your tomato seeds indoors in soil trays or pots about 6 weeks before you plant them outside. Sow the seeds...

Scarlet Kale Scarlet Kale In Stock

Scarlet Kale

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Seed Exchange - Remarkably attractive dark green kale with red veined, frilly, tightly curled leaves. A vigorous performer with good cold tolerance. Leaves darken to deep scarlet in late season. Begin harvesting leaves when young, and allow plant to grow well into the early winter. 24-36" tall by 24" wide, 60 days from transplant. Plant grows to 24-36 inches Leaves spread to 24 inches Red veined, tightly curled purple leaves 60 days from transplant 150 Seeds per Packet   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Plant out just before the last frost. Kale is most tender and delicious after a frost....

Halbhoher Gruner Krauser Kale Halbhoher Gruner Krauser Kale In Stock

Halbhoher Gruner Krauser Kale

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Seed Exchange - (Semi-tall Green Curled) Vibrant light green, finely curled leaves on robust 18" plants. This North German staple is tasty eaten fresh and can be harvested well into the early winter. 60 days from transplant. Vibrant green leaves Plants grow to 18 inches high Leaves are finely curled 60 days from transplant 150 Seeds per Packet   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Plant out just before the last frost. Kale is most tender and delicious after a frost. Harvest can continue even after snow. Sow indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost Plant 1/4" Deep Germinate 3-10 days Plant...

Organic Delaway Kale, 1930's Heirloom Organic Delaway Kale, 1930's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Delaway Kale, 1930's Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Sweet and tender with a good texture, this kale has purple veins and blue-green leaves that also put on quite a show. Charlie Hughes of County Mayo, Ireland, has grown this variety since the 1930s and gave it to Irish Seed Savers in 1993. Charlie received it from his father, Owen, who obtained it from a neighbor who had brought it to Ireland from America. 50-60 days from transplant Organic Siberian kale Highly uniform Sweet tender leaves 150 Seeds per Pack   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Plant out just before the last frost. Kale is most...

Organic Burpee's Golden Beet Organic Burpee's Golden Beet In Stock

Organic Burpee's Golden Beet

$2.95

Seed Exchange - A standout beet, offering both excellent roots and sweet, flavorful, edible greens that are ideal for sautéeing. Introduced in 1970 by Burpee Seed Company, it has orange, globe-shaped roots that turn golden yellow when cooked, are tender and mild-flavored (even when large), and will not bleed like red beets. 50-55 days Organic Bright orange roots Extremely tender Can be grown for salad leaves 50-55 days 100 seeds per packet Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Seeds will germinate in 5-10 days. Beets can be planted at two-week intervals for a steady...

Organic Detroit Dark Red Beet, 1892 Heirloom Organic Detroit Dark Red Beet, 1892 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Detroit Dark Red Beet, 1892 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Great for canning and fresh eating, this variety is a good keeper, producing round, blood-red, 3"-diameter roots. This historic variety was introduced in 1892 by D.M. Ferry & Company. Original selections were made from the Early Blood Turnip beet by Mr. Reeves of Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. 60-65 days Organic Very dark red color Prolific Stores well 60-65 days 100 seeds per packet Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Seeds will germinate in 5-10 days. Plant at two-week intervals for a steady harvest. All parts of the beet plant are edible....

Organic Empress Bush Bean Organic Empress Bush Bean In Stock

Organic Empress Bush Bean

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Seed Exchange - Our very best snap bean for fresh eating, freezing, or processing, the Empress bean offers incredible flavor. The vigorous plants produce heavy yields of large, straight, green, 5-6” stringless pods. Plant in succession for fresh beans throughout the season. Introduced by Gurney’s in 1979 as Experimental Bean 121 and later renamed Empress. Bush habit, snap, 55 days BEST SELLER Organic Our best fresh-eating snap bean Bush habit 5-6" stringless pods Heavy yields Snap bean 55 days 50 seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after danger of frost has passed and soil and air temperatures have warmed. Harvest frequently...

Organic Black Cherry Tomato Organic Black Cherry Tomato In Stock

Organic Black Cherry Tomato

$3.25

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Seed Exchange - Vigorous regular leaf plants covered in clusters of 1" round cherry tomatoes. Dusky purple-black fruits bursting with rich flavor—sweet and complex. Indeterminate, 65-75 days from transplant. Organic Dusky purple-black fruits grow to 1 inch Complex and sweet flavor Indeterminate - Fruit ripens throughout the season 65-75 days from transplant 25 Seeds Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun. Sow indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost Germination 7-14 days Plant apart 24-36"  Plants need trellising or staking Firefly Farm & Mercantile...

Organic Grandma Hadley's Lettuce, pre 1915 Heirloom Organic Grandma Hadley's Lettuce, pre 1915 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Grandma Hadley's Lettuce, pre 1915 Heirloom

$3.25

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Seed Exchange - Donated to SSE in 1988 by Pam Andrew of Arizona. It was given to her by her 85-year-old great-aunt, Flossie Cramer, of Crawford County, IL. Flossie's grandmother, Emma Hadley, grew the lettuce when Flossie was a child (around 1915). It was a family favorite used in a wilted lettuce salad with hot bacon dressing. The dark purple tinged leaves are buttery, crisp and slightly sweet. Butterhead, 40-50 days. Organic Heavy dark purple tinge on leaf edges Buttery and crisp leaves are slightly sweet Butterhead 40-55 days to maturity 500 Seeds   Instructions - Sow continuously for a constant supply...

Organic Double Yield Cucumber, 1924 Heirloom Organic Double Yield Cucumber, 1924 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Double Yield Cucumber, 1924 Heirloom

$3.25

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Seed Exchange - A home garden variety grown for fresh eating or canning, this standard, late-season white corn has narrow “shoe peg” (non-rowed) kernels. Tapered 7-8" ears grow on 7-8' stalks that often produce two ears. This historic variety was introduced in 1890 by S. D. Woodruff & Sons of Orange, Connecticut. 88-92 days. Organic Uniform 6 inch long fruit When one fruit is harvested, 2 or 3 more are produced 50-60 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - When growing plants on a trellis, space seed 6-8” apart and thin as necessary; train the plants to climb the trellis with an initial guidance....

Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard, pre-1935 heirloom Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard, pre-1935 heirloom In Stock

Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard, pre-1935 heirloom

$3.25

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Seed Exchange - A favorite of Seed Savers Exchange staff! This heirloom collard dates to at least 1935 and produces green, elliptical, tender leaves with a sweet, slightly fruity taste. The plants measure 15-22" tall by 22-35" wide and fare well in low temperatures. It was originally grown by Ellen Felton of Beaufort County, North Carolina, and acquired by SSE from the USDA in 2016. 60-80 days.  Organic From the Seed Savers Exchange Collection 150 seeds   On a Mission This heirloom collard dates back to at least 1935 in Beaufort County, North Carolina where it was grown by Ellen Felton. Ellen’s...

Organic Five Color Silverbeet Swiss Chard, Heirloom Organic Five Color Silverbeet Swiss Chard, Heirloom In Stock

Organic Five Color Silverbeet Swiss Chard, Heirloom

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Our Firefly kids love the colors and we have caught them nibbling to see if all the colors taste the same Seed Exchange - (aka Rainbow Chard) Australian heirloom from Digger’s Garden Club. Technicolor mixture of Swiss chards with shades of red, orange, purple, yellow, and white tastes as good as it looks. Seed crops of all the different colors are grown in isolation to maintain a proper balance of colors. Tender and delicious. 50-60 days. Organic Tasty tender leaves Red, orange, purple, yellow, and white ribs Can be grown in containers 50-60 days 100 seeds Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in...

Organic Tendergreen Bush Bean, 1922 Heirloom Organic Tendergreen Bush Bean, 1922 Heirloom PreOrder
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Organic Tendergreen Bush Bean, 1922 Heirloom

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The Living Seed Company - Calvin Keeney introduced this variety in 1922. This bush bean is a heavy yielder, even in hot temperatures and produces over an extended season.  The plants are vigorous, upright (no staking) and low maintenance.  Be prepared for lots of stringless, meaty, 6" pods of delicious, tender green beans.  This all purpose variety is great fresh, steamed, in casseroles, soups or stir fries, amazing pickled and perfect for freezing.  It is also a wonderful shelling bean having purple seeds with beige accents. Can be left to dry on the plant for a pretty dry bean. Organic Stringless...

Organic Scarlet Nantes Carrot, 1850's heirloom Organic Scarlet Nantes Carrot, 1850's heirloom PreOrder
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Organic Scarlet Nantes Carrot, 1850's heirloom

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This is a Firefly kid favorite!  Seed Exchange - Also known as Early Coreless, this variety stores well and adapts well to different conditions. Its cylindrical roots are 7" long with blunt tips, and its fine-grained, bright red-orange flesh is nearly coreless, offering great flavor that’s sweet and crisp. Good when used as baby carrots, and excellent for freezing and juicing. Dating to the 1850s, the variety was developed in France by the seed company Vilmorin-Andrieux. 65-75 days Organic Bright red-orange Sweet and crisp, nearly coreless Good for use as baby carrots Cylindrical roots grow to 7 inches Adapts well to...

Organic Merveille de Quatre Saisons Lettuce, 1880's Heirloom Organic Merveille de Quatre Saisons Lettuce, 1880's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Merveille de Quatre Saisons Lettuce, 1880's Heirloom

$3.25

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The Living Seed Company -This French butterhead lettuce, is known as the Marvel of Four Seasons. With its ability to be harvested virtually in all four seasons and the colors that it embody the four seasons while thriving in a range of climates. This pre-1885 French heirloom was also featured in Vilmorin’s 1885 book The Vegetable Garden. It was first introduced to the Americans during a PBS series called “The Victory Garden.”  It is known for its signature butterhead shape boasting the appearance of a bibb-type rosette with an array of beautiful colors ranging in bronze, gold, red and green. Revealing...

Fatalii Hot Pepper Heirloom (Hot Pepper) Fatalii Hot Pepper Heirloom (Hot Pepper) In Stock

Fatalii Hot Pepper Heirloom (Hot Pepper)

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The Living Seed Company - This Habanero-type heirloom originated from the Central African Republic.  Delicious citrus flavor and few seeds.  Golden-orange, three inch long fruits on very sturdy plants.  Grow in a pot and overwinter inside. 250,000 - 300,000 Scoville heat units. Orange fruits grow to 4 inches Excellent flavor Highly productive Heavy yields Hot Pepper: 250,000-300,000 Scoville heat units 90 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm. Sow indoors 8 weeks...

Organic Costata Romanesco, 1600's Heirloom Organic Costata Romanesco, 1600's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Costata Romanesco, 1600's Heirloom

$3.25

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The Living Seed Company - This Italian gourmet nutty summer squash has a unique appearance that piques the interest of any curious gardener.  With green skin and ribbing, this Italian heirloom surprises with its tender skin and delectable taste! The ribbed edges give the squash a beautiful scalloped appearance when sliced.  This heirloom has been enjoyed for centuries and will do well in most any garden.  Male flowers are edible and delicious! Best if harvested at 6" or smaller but does not loss its flavor with increasing size.  Organic Ribbed, Speckled skin Best when eaten under 6" Summer squash 50-60 days 25...

Organic Organic Armenian Cucumber, 1400's Heirloom Organic Organic Armenian Cucumber, 1400's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Organic Armenian Cucumber, 1400's Heirloom

$4.00

$2.95

The Living Seed Company - This is my favorite fruit (or is it a vegetable) and love growing it. Also known as Striped Armenian, this unique cucumber was introduced to Italy from Armenia back in the 1400’s.  Botanically a melon (C. melo) but looks and tastes like a cucumber!  A unique appearance of a slender dark and light green striped body. Never has the bitterness often associated with traditional cucumbers instead this fruit is always crunchy and mild in flavor.  Known for having few seeds and no bumps, best of all this fruit does not need to be peeled. Known as the snake...

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Organic Sugar Snap Pea (24" Height)

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The Living Seed Company - The one and only Sugar Snap!  Adored since its introduction in 1979 and an All American Selection winner. Vines bear over a long harvesting period.  Eat the whole pod fresh or cooked.  Great yields in the cold or heat.  You say sugar and I'll say snap!  Snap peas are a delight fresh tossed into salads, lightly steamed as a side, or tossed in at the end of fried rice, in a stir fry or eaten right from the vine! Blanch and freeze to keep a bit of early summer in you ice box! Edible podded, 65-70 days....

Organic Tigger Melon, Heirloom Organic Tigger Melon, Heirloom In Stock

Organic Tigger Melon, Heirloom

$2.95

Seed Exchange - Originally from an Armenian market. Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company brought this stunning variety to our attention. Vibrant yellow fruits with dark orange zigzag stripes. The fragrance is heavenly and the fruit similar to Queen Anne’s Pocket Melon. However, Tigger is heavier (about 1 pound), and the white flesh is mildly sweet. Ornamental, for specialty markets. 85 days Organic Fruits grow to about 1 pound Heavenly fragrance White flesh is mildly sweet 85 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - Melons love heat. Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills after danger of frost has passed and soil has warmed....

Organic Long Island Cheese Squash, 1806 Heirloom Organic Long Island Cheese Squash, 1806 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Long Island Cheese Squash, 1806 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - (C. moschata) East Coast historic variety long remembered as a great pie squash by people in New York and New Jersey. Mentioned as early as 1806 by Bernard McMahon of Philadelphia. Named for its resemblance to a wheel of cheese. Flattened, ribbed, buff-colored pumpkins average 6-12 pounds. Sweet deep orange flesh. Good keeper. 90-100 days. Organic Sweet, deep orange flesh Flattened, ribbed, buff-colored fruits grow to 6-12 pounds Good keeper Winter squash 90-100 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills after danger of frost has passed. Hills should be spaced 6' apart in...

Organic Golden Zucchini Squash Organic Golden Zucchini Squash In Stock

Organic Golden Zucchini Squash

$2.95

Seed Exchange - (C. pepo) Introduced in 1973 by W. Atlee Burpee of Philadelphia, bred from genetic material supplied by Dr. Oved Shifress. This vivid yellow fruit was the first commercial B (bicolor gene) cultivar. Crisp and mild-flavored zucchinis are borne prolifically on bush plants. 50-55 days. Organic Bright yellow skin Best when eaten under 8 inches Heavy yielding bush plants Summer squash 50-55 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....

Organic Ralph Thompson's Squash Pepper, Heirloom Organic Ralph Thompson's Squash Pepper, Heirloom In Stock

Organic Ralph Thompson's Squash Pepper, Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Donated to SSE by Hugh and Barbara Havercamp. Passed down from Barbara’s father, Ralph Mead Thompson of Woburn, MA. Originally from Italian immigrants who came to Boston as indentured servants. Red fruit, saucer shaped with strong ribbing. Highly productive. Sweet flavor with medium-high heat. 80-90 days from transplant. Medium hot. Organic Red fruit is saucer shaped with strong ribbing Highly productive Mild to medium hot pepper 80-90 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant...

Purple Beauty Pepper Purple Beauty Pepper In Stock

Purple Beauty Pepper

$3.25

$2.95

Seed Exchange - This absolutely stunning purple bell pepper has a tender, crisp texture and low-key, sweet flavor. The large, four-lobed, thick-walled fruits remain purple for some time before ripening to a radiant purple-red and are borne on sturdy, compact plants. 70-75 days from transplant. Sweet Mild sweet flavor Holds purple color well Sweet pepper 50 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm. Sow indoors 8 weeks before the last frost Plant 1/4" deep Germinates in...

Organic Napoleon Sweet Pepper Organic Napoleon Sweet Pepper In Stock

Organic Napoleon Sweet Pepper

$3.25

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Seed Exchange - Eight-inch elongated bells are as mild as apples. Fruits stand upright on 2' plants and ripen from green to red. Best used when green or just turning to red. Productive large pepper that bears consistently until frost. Early large pepper; great for stuffing. 70-90 days from transplant. Sweet. Organic Fruits grow to 8 inches Best used when green or slightly red Great for stuffing Sweet pepper 70-90 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant...

Organic Ausilio Thin Skin Italian Pepper, early 1900's Heirloom Organic Ausilio Thin Skin Italian Pepper, early 1900's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Ausilio Thin Skin Italian Pepper, early 1900's Heirloom

$7.00

Seed Exchange - This gorgeous, versatile, and delicious blocky pepper originates from Italy and is ideal for stuffing, frying, and canning, with a heat level that ranges from mild to hot. Pendant fruits measure 4 to 5 inches long by 2 to 2.5 inches wide. Its medium-thick flesh matures from green to red, and plants measure 18 to 24 inches tall. (70-80 days). This Italian family heirloom pepper was donated to Seed Savers Exchange in 2015 by Chad and Michele Ogle-Riccelli of Des Moines, Iowa. Chad's great-grandparents, Giovanni "John" Ausilio and Rachel P. Scarcello, immigrated from Italy in the early 1900s....

Red Habanero Pepper (Lucifer's Dream) Red Habanero Pepper (Lucifer's Dream) In Stock

Red Habanero Pepper (Lucifer's Dream)

$3.25

$2.95

Seed Exchange - (C. chinense) (aka Lucifer’s Dream) Caribbean favorite many times hotter than the jalapeño. Three-foot tall plants produce enormous yields of small rippled peppers with a characteristic fruity flavor and aroma. 90-100 days from transplant. Sizzling hot. Small, rippled, bright red fruits Plants grow to 3 feet Very hot pepper Enormous yields 90-100 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant outdoors until soil is warm. Sow indoors 8 weeks before the last frost Plant 1/4"...

Thai Hot Pepper, 1800's Heirloom Thai Hot Pepper, 1800's Heirloom In Stock

Thai Hot Pepper, 1800's Heirloom

$3.25

$2.95

Seed Exchange - (C. frutescens) Small peppers, big attitude! Mounded 8" plants covered with ½" tabasco-type fruits ripening from green to a rich deep red. Averages 200 fruits per plant. If picked clean, a colorful second crop will set just in time for your holiday decorations. Perfect for container growing. 85 days from transplant. Hot. Tabasco-type fruits grow to ½ inch Very productive Good for container growing Hot pepper 85 days from transplant 50 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Peppers germinate best in warm soil, so gentle bottom heat may be helpful until seedlings emerge. Wait to transplant...

Fish Pepper, 1800's Heirloom Fish Pepper, 1800's Heirloom In Stock

Fish Pepper, 1800's Heirloom

$3.25

$2.95

Seed Exchange - The 3"-long, colorful, striped peppers of this variety are borne on 2'-tall plants with beautiful variegated foliage. Traditionally used in oyster and crab houses around Chesapeake Bay, this 19th century African-American heirloom was first offered by William Woys Weaver in the 1995 Seed Savers Exchange Yearbook. His grandfather received the seeds in the 1940s from Horace Pippin of West Chester, Pennsylvania. 80 days from transplant. Medium hot. Organic Plants grow to 2 feet Good for container gardens Fruits grow to 3 inches Plants and peppers are variegated Medium hot pepper 80 days from transplant 25 Seeds   Instructions -...

 

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