California Yellow Poppy Seeds

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Yellow Poppy

This beautiful California poppy has stunning golden yellow flowers that bloom during the cooler season. ‘Golden West’ California poppy is a favorite of honey bees and wild bees!

Shirley Mix Poppy Seeds

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shirley poppy mix

Our Shirley poppy seed mix has both single and double blooms in every color of the rainbow! This poppy seed mix is a wonderful addition to wildflower and meadow gardens. Poppies grow best in cool, wet weather. In Southern California, it is best to plant poppy seeds before seasonal rains. Seeds can be directly sown in the garden or transplanted out.

California Orange Poppy Seeds

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Poppy

This beautiful California poppy has stunning orange flowers that bloom during the cooler season. An easy to grow wildflower that can be broadcast in native gardens.

Organic Lutz Green Leaf Beet Seeds

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Beet, Lutz

Lutz Green Leaf beet is prized for it’s excellent winter storage qualities. With large sweet roots and succulent greens, this beet is so tasty eaten raw, cooked, or pickled.

Organic Chioggia Beet Seeds

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Chioggia Beets

An Italian heirloom variety, the Chioggia beet is beautiful with an excellent sweet flavor. Its sliced roots reveal a gorgeous bulls-eye pattern of alternating white and pinkish-red rings.

Winter Crops for Southern California

Winter Crops for Southern California- Beets

Winter Crops for Southern California Winter can be one of the most pleasurable times to garden in Zones 9 and 10. Even though some significant changes happen in the winter garden, you still can produce tons of yummy food and … Read More

Organic Boro Beet Seeds

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beet, boro

Boro beet seeds produce tender and juicy roots bursting with outstanding sweet and balanced flavor; their greens grow quickly for use in the kitchen. This fast-growing and uniform hybrid beet was an absolute star on our farm. If you love beets, Boro beet seeds will not disappoint!

Organic Finale Fennel Seeds

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fennel

Finale fennel seeds produce crisp, juicy bulbs with a sweet anise flavor. Slow-bolting with large, uniform 4″ bulbs. Fennel is a native of Italy and can be used as a vegetable, herb, and spice. This multi-use plant also has flowers that beneficial insects love!

Scarlet Flax Seeds

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scarlet Flax

Scarlet Flax seeds produce masses of 1-inch crimson red flowers that bloom prolifically from mid-summer through fall. Plants go from seed to flower in just 55 days! Hardy and drought-tolerant, Scarlet Flax can tolerate heat, poor soil, and partial shade.

Pollinator Plants

Pollinator bee on flower

Growing a Garden Full of Pollinator Plants Growing a garden is so much more than producing food and flowers for you to enjoy. It’s about creating an ecosystem where wildlife, pollinators, and nature can thrive. Creating an abundant ecosystem is … Read More

Organic Detroit Dark Red Beet Seeds

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A classic beet with deep red color. Beets are best when grown in light soils that allow them to form their root easily. Compost can help improve your soil structure. If good, light soil is unavailable, grow in a container filled with a light potting mix!

Southwest Wildflower Seed Mix

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Southwest Flower Mix

The Southwest Wildflower mix is a wonderful way to fill in areas of your garden that you don’t typically cultivate. This mix is chosen specifically for the American Southwest with a focus on beautiful blooming flowers that will feed the pollinators and your soul!

Organic All Season Cabbage Seeds

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This durable cabbage produces wonderfully in less than ideal conditions. All Season Cabbage is a great cabbage for Southern California and can produce well in warm winters. Medium-sized heads.

Organic Waltham 29 Broccoli Seeds

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Waltham Broccoli

Waltham 29 broccoli was named for Waltham, MA where it was developed in the 1950s. This sturdy variety of broccoli is grown for its side shoots and large heads that form on easy to harvest stocks. Heads can reach 6-7″ in size. Waltham 29 broccoli is widely adapted, drought-tolerant, and a great selection to grow for a fall crop.