• Red Leaf Amaranth, also called Chinese Spinach is a beautiful addition to your garden and tasty too! The leaves are eaten just like spinach, raw or cooked. What is most impressive is that they keep their color when cooked.
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  • Basic Fruit Tree Care Workshop

    $40.00
    Join us for a morning class to teach you the basics of fruit tree care. The class will include how to irrigate, fertilize, plant, prune and harvest fruit from your trees. This class will take place in the certified organic orchard of San Diego Seed Company. Participants will get to learn first hand how to prune, different watering systems and more. All participants will take home handouts on information taught.
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  • Basil, Lemon ORGANIC

    $3.95$8.95
    Try this basil with a twist! Lemon basil has a sweet citrus flavor that goes great in savory and sweet dishes alike.
  • Stunning colored basil with purple leaves that add color to every dish.
  • This bush bean is a French variety that produces loads and loads of the tastiest beans! Buttery and slightly sweet, these beautiful yellow pods are long and rounded. This variety of bean surpasses other wax beans in production and uniformity. Great for the home gardener or market grower.
     
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  • This sturdy variety is grown for is side shoots and large heads that form on easy to harvest stocks. Heads can reach 6-7" in size and continue to produce side shoots after the main head is harvested.  This broccoli is widely adapted, drought tolerant and a great selection to grow for a fall crop.  The side shoots will produce for 7-8" weeks after the main head is harvested and growers can enjoy the good freezing quailies of this broccoli.  Waltham 29 broccoli was named for Waltham, MA where it was developed in the 1950s.
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  • Tepary beans are a semi bush legume that has a long history in the southwestern United States. Native peoples have grown these beans since the pre-Columbian times. Tepary beans are more drought-tolerant than the common garden bean and resistant to many bean diseases.
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  • Cabbage, All Season

    $3.95$43.75
    This durable cabbage produces wonderfully under less than ideal conditions. All season cabbage is a great cabbage for Southern California and can produce well in warm winters. Medium-sized heads.
  • Cosmo, Candy Stripe

    $3.50$9.99
    Cosmos are a charming flowers that adds color and movement to every garden.
  • 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.
  • A perfect snacking cucumber that is not likely to even make it to the kitchen! This Muncher cucumber variety produces loads of small cucumbers that can be eaten fresh or pickled.
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  • This flavorful and smooth slicing cucumber produces loads of cucumbers for you to enjoy! Fruits are smooth (burpless) and sweet.  No need to peel the fruit!
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  • Ethiopian Kale

    Ethiopian Kale ORGANIC

    $3.50
    Similar to kale, this green is a garden rock star! It's mildly flavored, versatile, and thrives in Southern California gardens. Ethiopian kale is a must in your garden!
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  • Tropical milkweed or sometimes called bloodflower is an eye-catching plant that produces bright flowers of red, orange and yellow.  This plant provides a valuable source of nutrition for monarch butterflies and their caterpillars. Plant bloodflower in your garden and you are sure to see the amazing yellow and black striped caterpillars (larvae) that are the first stages of the monarch butterfly. Monarchs will lay eggs on the milkweed plant in March and April. Once the eggs hatch the caterpillars will consume huge portions of the milkweed plant as they prepare to turn into the monarch butterfly.  
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  • Gaillardias are wonderful plants that produce a massive amount of starry blooms in variations of colors. Planting Gaillardia in the garden will add a kaleidoscope of color that bees and beneficial insects will love.  
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  • Ever wanted to grow your own luffa sponges as gifts for friends and family? Or perhaps to use in your garden or home? Well, now you can!  This plant grows similarly to a cucumber in that it requires a trellis to grow up for the best support. Once the long gourd-like fruits grow to full maturity, they can be dried, peeled and the inner core can be used as a luffa sponge.
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  • Sale!
    Classic lettuce with great cultivation and eating qualities. Ruffled leaves are tender and delicately flavored. For more than 150 years this lettuce has been a favorite.
  • This lettuce was bred in Isreal and with that came amazing qualities that are great for southern California growers. This lettuce is heat tolerant, easy to grow and does well in our hot falls and winters. It's crispy and slightly sweet, perfect for the salad lover!
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  • Kajari Melon

    Melon, Kajari

    $3.50$9.95
    Incredibly ornamental fruits originating from Indian with resistance to powdery mildew.  Flavors are like that of a cantaloupe/muskmelon.
  • This melon is a favorite of growers up and down the west coast of America and for good reason! A honeydew and cantaloupe flavor combination, this melon actually changes flavors as it ripens! In the young stage of the melon, it's green flesh is similar to honeydew but after a week of ripening off the vine, the intense tropical flavors condense making you feel like you are in a tropical paradise when you eat this melon! Hints of coconut, pineapple, and floral aromas make this melon stand out from the rest.  Fruits are 4-8 pounds, oblong and orange with netting.
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  • Morning glory plants are wonderful and aggressive in mild climates. Growing extremely quickly they can fill in fences and lattices in no time with massive amounts of blooms.
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  • Feed the Monarchs! Narrow-leaf milkweed is a California native flower that is a preferred food source for monarch butterflies. Sometimes called Mexican whorled milkweed, this flowering perennial blooms in clusters of lavender tinted flowers. Like all milkweeds, the seed pods will swell and burst with seeds attached to silky hairs.  Monarchs eat this plant and lay eggs on it, making it an ideal plant to put in your butterfly garden.  This subshrub grows about 2-4' tall.  Those who want to support the monarch population can plant this flower throughout their property to ensure a robust food supply for these beautiful creatures!
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  • This beautiful plant has edible seeds that can be used in breads, cereals and more. It's a lovely addition to any garden and grows effortlessly.
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  • Mammoth Melting peas are the best! Plants produce prolific sweet and tender 5 inches pods. Appropriate for both CSA and commercial farms and back yard gardening.  Pods are uniform and tender and the plant is resistant to Wilt.
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  • These hot little peppers are on the Scoville scale of about 10,000 to 30,000. Stunning in appearance and flavor, they make great additions to garden boxes, container gardens and more!
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