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Tested 01-05-2024, 80-99% Germ. Rate

What You Get: The best value you will find–all of our most versatile vegetable seed offerings at 60%-75% off of what are already individually, the lowest prices on  for the seed counts. The following seeds will come packaged in individually resealable bags:

1.  African Cabbage Seed  (1100+)
2.  Basil Italian Large Leaf Seed  (200+)
3.  Beet Ruby Red Seed (150+)
4.  Broccoli Waltham Seed (500+)
5.  Picking Cucumber (50)
6.  Carrot Danvers Seed  (650+)
7.  Celery Utah Seed  (2750+)
8.  Crookneck Golden Squash Seed  (50)
9.  Daikon Radish Seed  (550+)
10. Jackson Wonder Butter Beans (15)
11.  Kale Red Russian Seed  (1000+)
12. Leek American Flag Seed  (500+)
13. Lettuce Buttercrunch Seed  (2750+)
14. Marjoram Seed  (500+)
15. Mustard Greens Seed Fl Broadleaf  (1100+)
16. Okra Seed Clemson Spineless  (50)
17. Pak Choi Seed  (800+)
18. Parsley Seed  (500+)
19. Parsnip Seed Harris Early  (50)
20. Soybean Seed  (100+)
21. Ace 55 Tomato (50)
22. Turnip Green Seed Purple Top White Globe  (650+)
23. Yard Long Bean Cowpea  (50+)
24. Zucchini Squash Round Seed  (50)
Growing Instructions:


Danvers 126 Carrot: Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep. Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 21 days. Companion plant with radish to guide carrot rows. Once 3 inches long, move them an inch apart to allow them to grow to their full potential. This open-pollinated variety grows up to 18 inches long, has a deep orange color and boasts a rich flavor.


Ace 55 Tomato: Plant the seeds 1/4 of an inch deep. Keep the seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 14 days. Tomato plants grow well in nitrogen-rich soil. They are heavy feeders. This heirloom tomato variety withstands both hot and cold temperatures.


Ruby Queen Beet: For best germination, soak the seeds in lukewarm water for 24 hours before planting. Germination takes up to 10 days. In addition to the bulbs, the stalks and the leaves are also edible.Plant the seeds 1/4 of an inch deep. Keep the seeds and soil moist.


Waltham Broccoli: Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch down, lightly covering with growing medium in a sunny location and keep the seeds moist. Germination should occur within 21 days. Once germinated plant the starters in a permanent location, ensuring a 2 foot spacing.


Tall Utah Celery: Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep. Grow Utah celery seeds in full sun. Germination takes up to 21 days. If in a hot climate start the seeds in summer so that they will start growing their stalks by fall to avoid any wilting. Ensure the soil has good drainage. Space celery plants almost foot apart if you’re planning waiting until stalks are large to harvest. Germination takes up to 21 days.


SMR 58 Cucumber: Plant seeds 1 inch deep in moist & loose soil. If planting into the ground, space the plants 2 ft. by 4 ft. apart. Keep the seeds and the soil moist daily. Germination should take place in 10 days. When preparing your soil, it is recommended to ensure that the soil is very loose so that the roots can really spread easily. The roots are tender. Likewise, once should take care not to transplant later on to avoid ripping the roots apart.


Buttercrunch Lettuce: Plant seeds almost on the surface of well-tilled soil (1/8 of an inch). Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 10 days. All lettuce wilts in the sun however this heirloom variety of lettuce will withstand a little heat. The flavor is rich and hardy (reminiscent of butter) and the texture is soft and silky. Plant lettuce south-facing with some shade and water the roots frequently so that they don’t get a full day of heat.


Edisto 47 Melon: Plant seeds 1/2 an inch deep. Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 10 days. Edisto 47 is a large and sweet, open-pollinated cantaloupe melon.


Red Short Day Onion: Plant seeds 1 inch deep. Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 10 days. Short day onions grow earlier in the year than other onion varieties as they do not require as many hours of sunlight. Space onions no closer than 5 inches apart to allow for the onions to grow to their full potential.


California Wonder Pepper: Plant seeds 1/4 an inch deep into nutrient-rich soil when temperatures are warm. If you are germinating indoors, place them in front of a sunny window or optionally use a grow light. Germination takes up to 21 days. Once the vegetables grow, they require a 3 foot spacing for the roots to properly spread. This variety is sweet.


Broadleaf Sorrel: Sorrel seeds need sunlight to germinate. So you’ll want to sow them by pressing them snugly into the moist surface of the soil while also taking care that they don’t bury into the darkness of the soil when watering. Keep the seeds and soil continually moist throughout the germination phase. Germination time takes 7-14 days.


Golden Summer Crookneck Squash: Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 10 days. This buttery yellow variety is a well-known summer squash staple.


Round Zucchini Summer Squash: Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 10 days. These are great for stuffing and roasting.


American Flag Leek: Plant the seeds 1/4 inch deep after frost is over in warm moist soil. Seeds germinate best when the soil temperature is between 60-80°F. Germination takes up to 15 days. Leek is light in flavor, chunky and delicious cooked.


Purple Top White Globe Turnip: Plant seeds 1/4 an inch deep. Keep seeds and soil moist. Both the leaves and the root are edible. Germination takes up to 21 days.


Red Russian Kale: Plant seeds 1/4 of an inch deep. Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 21 days. A nutrient powerhouse.


African Cabbage: Plant seeds 1/4 an inch deep. Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 20 days. Eat the young, tender leaves for best flavor like spinach. Save the seeds from the pods that form once plant has fully matured.


Daikon Radish: Plant seeds 1/4 an inch deep. Keep seeds and soil moist. Germination takes up to 6 days. Both the leaves and the root are edible.


Clemson Spineless Okra: Plant the seeds 1/2 an inch deep. Clemson Spineless grows well in full sun. Germination takes up to 21 days.


Guar Cluster Bean: Plant seeds when the temperature is above 65 degrees. Plant in full sun in phosphorous rich soil. Germination takes up to 15 days. Once established the plant can withstand drought…do try however to give it a bit extra watering when the flowering phase begins. Expect the first harvest in as little as 2 months. Used often as a stir-fry bean.


Yard Long Beans: Plant the seeds 1/2 an inch deep into the soil. Keep the seeds and the soil moist and the beans will germinate quickly. Germination takes up to 10 days. Each pod yields around 18 nutty flavored beans.


Florida Broadleaf Mustard Greens: Plant seeds 1/4 an inch deep. Water frequently (hot climates need more water). If you are in a hot climate put it in a shady spot. Use nitrogen-rich soil and these will grow vigorously. Germination takes up to 21 days.


Parsley: A balanced and flavor-brightening herb. Soak seeds in water for 12-24 hours  for best germination results. Plant the seeds 1/4 inches deep. Germination takes up to 28 days. 


Long Leaf Italian Basil: Plant in soil temperatures of 70 degrees for best germination results. Plant the seeds 1/4 inches deep. Keep the seeds and the soil continually moist. Germination takes up to 14 days. Not only brightens up Italian dishes, has medicinal benefits too.


Storage tip: Store seeds in the freezer for an extra 5 years of shelf life!

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12,400+ Seeds -24 Varieties

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