Organic Green Finger Cucumber Seeds

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Green Finger is a productive gourmet bush variety cucumber that can be grown with or without a trellis. An excellent slicer variety, this burpless Persian cucumber has thin, dark green skin and fewer seeds. It is juicy and sweet to eat.

Organic Mark it 8 Dude Cucumber Seeds

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During our summer trials and breeding of 2019, we crossed two popular varieties of cucumbers. Marketmore and Straight 8. From this cross came our hilariously named cucumber, Mark it, 8 Dude.

Organic Muncher Cucumber Seeds

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This Muncher cucumber variety produces loads of small cucumbers that can be eaten fresh or pickled. A perfect snacking cucumber that is not likely to even make it to the kitchen!

Organic Tendergreen Cucumber Seeds

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This flavorful and smooth slicing cucumber produces loads of cucumbers for you to enjoy! Tendergreen cucumber fruits are smooth (burpless) and sweet. No need to peel the fruit!

Organic Armenian Cucumber Seeds

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Armenian cucumber is a favorite that has been cultivated for hundreds of years! Heavily ribbed and up to 20″ inches long, it can be grown on any trellis or fence.

National Pickling Cucumber Seeds

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This cucumber is grown for pickle lovers with high yield and early fruits. Dark green fruit can be picked from small to the largest at 5″-6″ inches. Resistant to scab and cucumber mosaic virus.

Lemon Cucumber Seeds

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Lemon cucumbers break out of the ordinary with round yellow fruit that is sweet and tender. Excellent in salads or just slicing and munching! Normal-sized vines yield heavily for an extended amount of time.

Organic Genovese Basil Seeds

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Our Genovese Basil has a flavor similar to that of Italian or Genovese basil but with a stunning dark purple color. Basil should be grown with proper spacing for the most robust plant. Pinch off flowers to keep the plant in a vegetative state and get the most foliage you can! Once it has gone to flower, let the beneficial insects enjoy it.



Garden Troubleshooting Guide

Garden Troubleshooting Guide IssueDiagnosisSolutionUnderstanding Growing Problems Plants are weak or pale.Not enough sunlight.Move garden or veggie boxes to get more sunlight hours. Reduce shade from trees and structures. All veggies need 8 hours or more of direct sunlight daily. Warm-season … Read More

Gardening in San Diego

Garden Advice for San Diego If you’re gardening in San Diego, our amazing climates give us the ability to grow many things year-round. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy, even if you’re a “seasoned” gardener. So, we’ve created this article … Read More

Edible Flowers to Enjoy From Your Garden

Edible Flowers

Edible flowers can take a typical salad and make it incredibly beautiful. They can add color, texture, and creativity to your cakes, baked goods, and other dishes! Use these flowers to decorate your cocktails and more! We love using edible … Read More

Grow a Vegetable Garden

grow a vegetable garden

Grow a vegetable garden in Zones 9 and 10. (And great advice if you are not in our Zone!)  Growing a vegetable garden in Southern California and beyond is easy if you understand your climate. Here we will outline the … Read More

How to Get Rid of Powdery Mildew

How to Get Rid of Powdery Mildew

What is Powdery Mildew?  If you want to know how to get rid of powdery mildew, it’s helpful to know what it is. Powdery mildew is a fungal disease that forms on the foliage of plants. In the vegetable garden, … Read More

How to Start Seeds Indoors

starting seeds indoors

If you’re learning how to start seeds indoors, consider varieties of tomatoes, peppers, onions, perennials, and some annual flowers. These crops can benefit from an early start indoors, especially if you live in an area with short, warm seasons. Starting … Read More

Empress of India Nasturtium Seeds

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This exotic and easy to grow Nasturtium has a deep crimson color and dark round leaves. Nasturtium are a beautiful must-have in the veggie garden, both in beds and containers, and are easy to directly sow. They require little care but are happiest when grown in the cooler months with ample moisture. Flowers and leaves are edible with a flavor similar to arugula.