• New Zealand Spinach

    New Zealand Spinach Seeds

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    An excellent heat-tolerant alternative to spinach. Lasts for many seasons in mild climates.
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    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.
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  • onion onion
    This red onion is ideal for southern growers! This short day onion produces excellent red onions with a sweet, mild flavor. Growers in Zones 9 and 10 can plant these in the fall and let them overwinter.
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  • This heirloom variety of romaine lettuce has strong attributes suitable for both commercial growing and backyard gardening.  Enjoy perfectly shaped romaine leaves and crisp, juicy flavor!
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    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.
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  • Sugar Snap Pea Seed

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    Crisp and sweet, everyone knows the pleasure of snap peas. This American original variety is a popular market pea because of its production and crispiness. Produces in only 70 days.
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  • California Orange Poppy Seed

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    This beautiful California poppy has stunning orange flowers that bloom during the cooler season.
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  • buy daikon radish seeds
    Japanese Daikon grows much larger and longer than other radish varieties. A Japanese favorite, it is prized for its mild flavor and texture.
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  • Confetti mix radishes give you a colorful mix of radishes that are as beautiful as they are tasty! ^Radishes grow best in light soils; add compost to improve soil structure. ^Plant at the appropriate spacing.
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    Organic Rudolf Radish Seeds

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    Rudolf radish seeds produce uniform cherry-sized red radishes. Rudolf radishes are productive, vigorous, and crisp!
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  • Watermelon Radish Seeds

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    Watermelon Radish is an heirloom variety radish. It produces a wonderful pink starburst center that adds a pop of color to any dish with a mild peppery flavor that is superb. It's our most popular radish variety!
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  • 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!
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  • This hybrid spinach is extremely quick-growing, ready in only 25 days! Upright plants are easy to harvest and have disease resistance. Carmel is a great choice for market growers or those who use tons of spinach in the kitchen.
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    Organic Point Loma Sweet Pea Seeds

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    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.  
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    Organic Black Knight Tatsoi Seeds

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    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.
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  • Gold Coin seeds grow beautiful flat cipollini onions. Gold Coin onions are intermediate day length onions that perform wonderfully in southern states!
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  • Tokyo Onion Seeds

    $3.75
    The bunching onion is one of the most important types of onions in Asia and has been grown in China for thousands of years. A versatile and mild flavor makes it a great accompaniment to any dish.
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  • Torpedo Onion seeds grow beautiful onions about the size of a large shallot. Torpedo Onions are intermediate day length onions that originated in the Mediterranean climate of Italy. They perform wonderfully in southern states!
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    This stunning dark purple carrot looks incredible when freshly picked or on your dinner plate. This hybrid carrot was chosen for its smooth texture, stunning color, and strong upright tops, making them easier to harvest. A great carrot variety for market growers and community gardens looking to produce tons of carrots.
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    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.
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    Dwarf Pink Sweet alyssum is dotted with tiny pink and purple flowers. This lovely compact beneficial companion plant can be used as a ground cover or border flower to attract bees and ladybugs.
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    A spicy and complex flavored arugula.
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    Bean Seeds, Fava Organic

    $3.50
    Classic Fava bean with excellent flavor and heavy production. Broad Windsor Fava bean is used as a valuable cover crop and green manure that also makes for tasty meals!
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    Early Wonder beet is an early producing variety with deep red and purple leaves, and dark red bulbs. This particular variety of beet is grown just as much for its colorful leaves as it is for its dark centers. Early Wonder is great to plant in shorter seasons since it produces in only 50 days.
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    Early Fall Rapini is an Italian variety of broccoli that produces smaller shoots of broccoli heads perfect for salad and veggie dishes. With a spicier flavor than most broccoli, this early producing variety bolts more quickly than others to give you a speedy harvest.
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    Steve's Tender Early Green broccoli produces an early central head with tons of side shoots for a continuous harvest all season long.
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    Purple Sprouting Broccoli is colorful and nutritious! This beautiful bright purple sprouting broccoli does wonderfully in mild climates. Produces sprout after sprout of broccoli goodness!
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    Aubervilliers Cabbage is gorgeous and amazingly flavored. Found frequently in French markets, there is a good reason why we should be seeing these more markets in Southern California. Named after the area of its traditional cultivation, Plain of Aubervilliers in France, it dates back to the turn of the century. Heads are about 3 lbs but can be harvested at earlier stages
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    The perfectly shaped, small compact heads of Mammoth Red Rock cabbage are great for urban farmers! This open-pollinated purple heirloom variety has many valuable characteristics. Harvest the head when smaller or let it get quite large!
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    The Cosmic Purple carrot was developed by Dr. Philip Simon and staff at the USDA ARS in Madison, Wisconsin in 2005. This variety has bright purple skin that contrasts beautifully with its yellow-orange flesh.
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    A popular carrot since their late 19th-century development in Danvers, MA.  
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    An ultra-sweet baby carrot, Little Fingers carrot is tiny and perfect for snacking and cooking. Small, tender, and sweet, these carrots are a must-have in your garden. Add Little Fingers carrots to recipes or eat fresh. Fun for picnics!
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    Tendersweet carrots are prized for their long roots and sweet flavor. Carrots love loose soil and can be easily grown in a pot if ground soil is too dense. We recommend this variety for beginning gardeners. Keep soil moist for best germination possible. Succession plant for a continued harvest.
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    A large winter celery.
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    Fordhook chard is a garden giant that will surprise kids and adults alike with how large it will grow! Its flavor is just as lovable as its size. A kitchen essential!
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    A perennial herb, Garlic Chives are essential to every home garden in Zones 3-10. This onion-flavored plant can be cut to flavor salads, potatoes, and soups. Can be successfully grown indoors. Start early indoors or outdoors after the danger of frost. Chive flowers also add flavor and color to recipes.
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    Organic Leisure Cilantro Seeds

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    Leisure cilantro is a strong and pungent variety with slow bolting characteristics perfect for San Diego. It will continue to produce throughout the season if allowed to reseed.
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    Organic Sabor Cilantro

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    Sabor Cilantro is a slow bolting variety that has finer stems and milder flavor than our "Leisure" variety. You will fall in love with cilantro after growing this variety. This seed was grown and selected for drought and heat tolerance on our San Diego certified organic farm.
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    These succulent collards can provide greens for your kitchen table all season. Large silvery leaves with minimum veins are tasty and nutritious.

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    Long Island Mammoth dill seeds produce large frilly dill plants with a strong and tasty dill flavor that will make any dish or pickle recipe an instant favorite!
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    A native of Italy, this perennial can be used as a vegetable, herb, and spice. As a vegetable, use the plant's spreading bulbous base for a texture much like celery, but with a subtle anise flavor.
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    Nothing tastes better than garlic from your own garden! Our disease-free garlic seeds grow easily and prolifically. Simply split garlic bulbs into cloves, plant, and enjoy the following fall. So easy!
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    Garlic seeds
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    Nothing tastes better than garlic from your own garden! Fresh and strong flavor is easy to achieve with our certified organic, disease-free garlic seeds!
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    Nothing tastes better than garlic from your own garden! Our certified organic disease-free garlic seeds grow easily and prolifically. Simply split garlic bulbs into cloves, plant, and enjoy the following fall. So easy!
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    Thick, finely curled leaves of Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch are produced earlier than many other varieties of kale. This leafy green is nutritious and essential to every garden. Sautéing and wilting improve the flavor, giving it a mild finish.

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    This Siberian kale is small and compact making it perfect for growing in small places. This leafy green is nutritious and essential to every garden. Sauté or wilt to improve flavor giving it a mild finish.

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    A dark leaf lettuce, this variety does great in Southern California. Adds color to any salad!
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    A crispy favorite, Buttercrunch Bibb Butterhead lettuce provides gardeners with succulent salad greens that melt like butter. A personal favorite on the farm, we love the sweet buttery hearts on these lettuce heads. Buttercrunch Bibb Butterhead lettuce is a reliable producer with disease-resistant qualities and outstanding flavor.

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    Organic Freckles Lettuce Seeds

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    A tender romaine favorite, Freckles romaine lettuce provides gardeners with succulent leaves of lettuce that can be picked as needed. Both heat and bolt resistant, it is ideal for growing in Southern California and the American Southwest.
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    red sails lettuce
    Red Sails Lettuce seed produces beautiful, delicate red and green heads of lettuce that are great for harvesting as whole heads or cutting for loose leaf. We fell in love with Red Sails lettuce and carry this seed because it outproduced many other similar heirloom varieties in our on-farm trials. Red Sails lettuce is mild, delicate, and beautiful! This variety is slow to bolt and can hold up in the unusually warm spring and fall months of Southern California.