Orange Habanero is an extremely hot pepper native to the Yucatan region of Mexico. Fabulous flavor and intense heat are packed into these beautiful lantern-shaped pods.
This open-pollinated corn came from the late Oregon farmer/breeder/seed grower Jonathan Spero of Lupine Knoll Farm. He spent six years diligently selecting open-pollinated sweet corn that has all the sweetness we love! This corn is great for the gardener and small scale grower. It has good kernel development, great texture, and sweet corn flavor. The Organic Seed Alliance, which has been very helpful for our farm, spearheaded the work behind this great open-pollinated corn variety.
Fish pepper is a specialty pepper with cultural and historical significance. It originated in the Caribbean and grew in popularity with crab and oyster houses in 19th century Mid-Atlantic communities. Colorful peppers range from medium to hot. The leaves and fruits of this pepper are variegated, making it both beautiful and tasty! Great for container gardening.
Fall Planting for Success If you live in an area that receives frost, your growing season is defined by this major weather event. This means that the time between the first and last frost is collectively known as your “growing season.” For us … Read More
Growing Onions Growing onions is a must for any garden! There are so many different varieties all with unique flavors that will come to life in your kitchen. Spring onions are sweet, mild, and great in salads. Bulbing onions of … Read More
Who Gets Kissed Sweet Corn was bred for and by organic growers! Sweet ears of corn are about 6-7″ on compact 5-6′ tall plants. Ears have an extended harvest window so check them often. Disease resistant and great for small space growing. All-around incredible corn. Plant in blocks to ensure good pollination.
Yolo bell pepper is a large blocky variety of bell pepper that has been improved for decades! A great bell pepper for stuffing and eating fresh. Large upright plants have heavy foliage to protect them from sunscold. If sunscald does occur; use shade cloth during hottest parts of the year to prevent damage.
This super sweet open-pollinated corn is delicious eaten fresh off the cob! Early maturing corn with white and yellow kernels. Ears average 7″ long on vigorous 5′ plants. Planting in blocks allows for good pollination that is essential for corn kernel development. In Southern California, you can succession plant at least two rounds of corn to enjoy all summer long!
Our Butterfly Garden seed mix is a blend of wildflower seed contains varieties well-suited for the Southwest. Beautiful colorful blooms attract butterflies and beneficial insects. Contains Black-Eyed Susan, Butterfly Milkweed, Candytuft, Dwarf Cosmos, Dwarf Godetia, Gayfeather, Illinois Bundleflower, Indian Blanket, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, New England Aster, Pincushion Flower, Purple Coneflower, Purple Prairie Clover, Roundheaded Bush Clover, Shasta Daisy, Siberian Wallflower, Sweet Alyssum, Sweet William Pinks, and Zinnia.
Strawflowers are a neat addition to your cut flower garden! Their blooms are exceptionally durable and great for making arrangements. This mix includes varying hues of pink, red, yellow, white, and corals. Seeds require light to germinate. Sow very close to the surface of the soil, covering only with the slightest dusting of finely sifted soil.
Scabiosa Formula Mix is all-star mix! Sturdy, uniform, blooms in a wide range of colors from black, blue, creamy yellow, pink, bright red, deep blue, salmon rose, and pure white. Start early in spring and transplant out for best results. We succession plant about every three weeks for continuous blooms.