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- This purple, highly nutritious cabbage has a ball-shaped head that weighs 4 to 5 pounds. Many love this variety for delicious sauerkraut.
- Every garden needs Calendula. Its golden-yellow flowers are both medicinal and beautiful! Bees and butterflies love it too!
- 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.
- Chantenay carrots have broad shoulders and blunt ends that make them great carrots for growing in heavy soils. Chantenay carrots are an excellent processing and storage carrot. If you've had trouble growing carrots in hard, heavy soils, this is the one for you!
- Our Scarlet Nantes carrots are selected specifically for their productivity in the less than desirable soils of the American southwest. This particular variety is a classic carrot that produces tasty, reliable carrots. Ready in only 65-75 days, this finely flavored carrot does well as a bunching carrot and as a storage carrot.
- Is this food, art, or both? We love Romanesco cauliflower for its amazing spiral-shaped head. It will wow every gardener!
This versatile and early cauliflower produces large tight heads of white cauliflower. Succession plant for repeat production all season long.
- Golden Pascal Celery seed produces crunchy stalks with an unmatched flavor to that of store-bought celery.
Lovage is a specialty culinary and medicinal herb. Young leaves taste like celery and can be used in many recipes. Its roots are also edible. If allowed to flower, the flowers are a favorite of beneficial insects such as lacewings, parasitic wasps, and more.
- This heirloom variety is a knockout with its beautiful gold color and mild flavor. Globes reach 2" across.
- Rainbow Chard is a favorite of children and adults! Packed full of vitamins and nutrients, multi-colored Rainbow Chard plants are as beautiful as they are nutritious. Grown on our farm for years, these productive and hearty plants show disease resistance and can perennialize in cooler coastal areas.
- Staro chives produce heavy sets of leaves great for fresh use or freezing. Staro chives also produce delicious edible flowers.
- This variety of cilantro is bulky and full of the tasty foliage you love! Cilantro grows best in the coolest months of the year in Southern California. Continual harvest will slow its desire to go to flower. Allow beneficial insects to enjoy the plant once it goes to flower. Use shade cloth to extend the season.
- This cilantro variety is strong and pungent with slow bolting characteristics perfect for San Diego. It will continue to produce throughout the season if allowed to reseed.
Collards are a classic American green, and so tasty! Cooked with herbs and garlic, they go great in many recipes. Collards can be grown year round in many mild areas of zones 9 and 10, but are happiest in the cooler months. Harvest frequently for tender leaves.
- 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.
- Festivity Sweet Corn seed produces yellow cobs with specks of colors and fantastic flavor. The 5-6' stalks on the Festivity Sweet Corn plant are multi-stalked and produce 2-3 ears of corn per stalk. Bred by the late Jonathan Spero, this corn does well in low fertility gardens and has a wonderful flavor.
- 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!
- 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.
- Cosmos are charming flowers that add color and movement to every garden. Foot tall plants produce copious amounts of pink and white pastel-colored flowers that move in the wind. Grows great as a border plant or mixed into other crops.
- These old-fashioned hollyhocks grow tall stocks of 8-10 feet with beautiful blooms of pink, rose, white, and salmon. The tall blooming spires make for impressive showstoppers and screens in the garden. These plants should be planted in full sun and not allowed to shade other plants that need full sun in the garden. Hollyhocks will bloom the first year from seed if planted early in spring or late winter in mild climates. If planted later, they will bloom the following summer.
- 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.
- This Muncher cucumber variety produces loads of small cucumbers that can be eaten fresh or pickled. A perfect snacking cucumber that is not likely to even make it to the kitchen!
- This cucumber is grown for pickle lovers with high yield and early fruits. Dark green fruit can be picked from small to the largest at 5”-6” inches. Resistant to scab and cucumber mosaic virus.