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- This hardy annual thrives in cool weather. For Southern California growers, arugula may be planted year-round in moderate areas. It will be one of the first greens of spring if left in the garden to reseed.
- This heirloom variety is a knockout with its beautiful gold color and mild flavor. Globes reach 2" across.
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.
This versatile and early cauliflower produces large tight heads of white cauliflower. Succession plant for repeat production all season long.
- These bunching onions are fantastic as green onions that can be added to any recipe. Slow to go to seed and producing in only 65-120 days, these onions are a kitchen garden essential.
- This smooth Dark Green Zucchini squash grows fantastically in Southern California and the American Southwest.
- This medium-sized specialty tomato is an indeterminate variety. Tasty, dark-colored fruits of about 1-2” are grown in clusters, each ripening at different periods for a long season of harvesting.
- A breathtaking plant, Burgundy Amaranth makes a striking addition to your garden. Tall plants growing as high as 6 feet produce large stalks of deep burgundy plumes.
- A classic favorite dating back to the 1920s, this ribbed melon has a heavily netted skin. We found this variety to be a bit more drought tolerant than most. Loves HOT weather.
- A classic slicing tomato. Fruits can weigh up to one pound!
- Delicious and lightly sweet, this honeydew makes a beautiful addition to your fruit salad. A great keeper that gets incredibly sweet while resting in your fridge or on your countertop.
- Grow this custom mix to enjoy cherry tomatoes of all colors and flavors. The mix includes red, yellow, pink, and green varieties.
- Tomatillos originated in Mexico and are sometimes called husk tomatoes or Mexican ground cherries. This variety forms large green tomatillos.
- What an incredible tomato! A great year-round tomato that even can be grown in the wintertime in milder parts of San Diego and Southern California. As a semi-determinate tomato, it provides pounds and pounds of plum tomatoes in a small space—great for making sauces and salsa!
- This custom blend of red and green lettuces contains heat tolerant lettuce varieties blended for flavor and beauty.
- Mammoth Melting peas produce sweet and tender 5 inch pods appropriate for CSA and commercial farms as well as backyard gardening. Pods are uniform and tender, and the plant is resistant to wilt. Plant in fall or early spring in Southern California and warm climates.
- A dark green tatsoi that is finely flavored. Black Knight is spoon-shaped, thick, and compact. Like all tatsoi, it has a high vitamin content. This fuss-free plant produces copious amounts of spoon-shaped greens that are essential to many Asian recipes.
- Purple Opal Basil stuns with gorgeous purple leaves that add color to every dish. A great addition to your pollinator garden once it flowers!
Red Russian kale, with its purple veins and frilled leaf edges, is one of the hardiest kale varieties. Like all kales it can be steamed, tossed into salads, baked into kale chips, and more.
- Classic mustard with a flavor similar to arugula. May be utilized as a cut and come again crop.
- Custom mix of organic pumpkin varieties that gives you all the colors and shapes of the rainbow. This is a great mix to grow for decorative fall decor.
- If you love making pumpkin treats, Sugar Pie pumpkin is for you! Vines produce smaller pumpkins that pack in the fall flavor we all love. Vigorous vines with disease resistance and resistance to powdery mildew.
- This corn has become incredibly popular for its stunning colors. Each kernel looks like a perfect glass gem with swirls of colors. This corn was bred from a number of native varieties by Carl “White Eagle” Barnes, the famous Cherokee corn collector. You can make cornmeal or popcorn from these beautiful kernels that grow on sturdy tall 9-foot stalks.
- 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.
- This regionally adapted and locally grown variety of sweet pea came to us from a seed saver in the Point Loma neighborhood of San Diego. She has been growing these stunning sweet peas since 1993 and shared them with us! Point Loma Pops have gorgeous deep, dark purple flowers that are full of fragrance and resistant to powdery mildew. Grown on a trellis or left to grow wild in the garden, they will happily reseed and bring about years of beautiful blooms.