Check out our ever-increasing list of new products, seed varieties, and more all choose to help make you a successful gardener! We update our new products category often, so check back regularly to see what we have added.

How do we decide what to carry? All our seeds are variety trialed and tested here in San Diego California on our 1 acre certified organic urban farm. We trial our seeds to make sure they grow well here and have the flavor, growing characteristics, and yields that are growers need.  This is all part of our commitment to bring only the best to are growers.

  • Black Nebula is a rare and unique carrot rich in antioxidants and flavor. Dark purple roots grow well in light, fluffy soils. Add compost to improve soil structure. Succession plant carrots every 21 days to ensure a long harvest window.
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  • Are you a grower in Zone 9 or 10? If you are, then you will benefit from our new planting magnet. This quick reference planting magnet is 5"x5" with complete growing seasons and an At-a-Glance Planting Guide. This magnet makes a great gift for new gardeners!
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  • onion
    Yellow Granex hybrid onion is ideal for southern growers! This short day onion produces excellent yellow onions with an exceptionally sweet, mild flavor. Growers in Zones 9 and 10 can plant these in the fall and let them overwinter.
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  • This is such a fun and easy plant to grow! Gomphrena makes for wonderful cut flowers that last for weeks! Blooms can be dried and used in arrangements. Pollinators love this plant too! In warm climates plant in the cool of fall.
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  • Pepper
    These deep purple Merlot bell peppers are vigorous and disease-resistant. Impress your friends and family with these beauties! Use shade cloth during hottest parts of the year to prevent damage from sunscald.
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  • Yolo pepper
    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.
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