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  • PINK BANANA SQUASH *

    PINK BANANA SQUASH *

    Cylindrical with tapered end. Can be a large as 24" long and 7" in diameter. Smooth deep pink skin with a thin rind. Solid yellow-orange flesh. Sweet, sommonly used for pies in 1800's.
    Price From: $3.45
  • CREAM OF SASKATCHEWAN WATERMELON * Organic

    CREAM OF SASKATCHEWAN WATERMELON * Organic

    82 days

    Grows vigorously during early summer, producing lovely 14 inch green-striped, round melons by August. This heirloom has creamy-white flesh and a rich, fragrant, old-fashioned watermelon flavor. Delightfully sweet! These melons crack with a loud report when they are dropped even lightly.



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    Heirloom variety

    Open Pollinated
    Price From: $3.15
  • YUGOSLAVIAN RED LETTUCE*Organic

    YUGOSLAVIAN RED LETTUCE*Organic

    49 Days


    Brought to this country in 1987 by Yugoslavian immigrants. Brick red- blushed butterhead. Inner leaves blanch to creamy yellow-green hearts with red splashes. Tender and sweet. Great for cuttings or let go to full maturity for beautiful butterheads.
    $3.45
  • YUGOSLAVIAN RED LETTUCE*Organic

    YUGOSLAVIAN RED LETTUCE*Organic

    49 Days


    Brought to this country in 1987 by Yugoslavian immigrants. Brick red- blushed butterhead. Inner leaves blanch to creamy yellow-green hearts with red splashes. Tender and sweet. Great for cuttings or let go to full maturity for beautiful butterheads.
    Price From: $3.45
  • SPECKLES LETTUCE - Organic

    SPECKLES LETTUCE - Organic

    45 days

    Apple green leaves speckled with red-brown flecks. Loose leaf type with excellent sweet flavor. Amish heirloom.



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    Heirloom variety
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  • ROUGE D' HIVER - Organic

    ROUGE D' HIVER - Organic

    55 days

    Quick growing red romaine that is slow to bolt with good heat resistance. Large flat leave have a sweet flavor and buttery texture. Large tight heads.



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    Heirloom variety
    Price From: $2.75
  • LITTLE GEM LETTUCE - Organic

    LITTLE GEM LETTUCE - Organic

    56 days

    Our most popular romaine. 6 inches high with thick sweet heart. No waste, perfect for individual salads and sandwiches. Easy to grow and holds well for prolonged harvest.
    Price From: $2.75
  • BUTTERCRUNCH LETTUCE - Organic

    BUTTERCRUNCH LETTUCE - Organic

    50 days

    Thick, tender dark-green rich-flavored leaves in loose 4.5 inch rosettes. Heat-resistant variety with sweet, blanched centers. All American Selection in 1963.



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    All American Selection
    Price From: $2.75
  • WALLA WALLA ONION - Organic

    WALLA WALLA ONION - Organic

    100 days

    For generations this variety has been the pride of Washington State’s onion-producing region. The famous northwest gourmet sweet onion can be grown from seed. In long and intermediate day areas where temperatures do not drop below -10° F, they can be planted between August 15 and September 1 and overwintered under a light mulch for harvest the following late June or early July. For colder areas it's best to raise seedlings and set out transplants in early to mid April. Not a storage onion.



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    Open Pollinated
    Price From: $3.95
  • HARRIS MODEL PARSNIPS

    HARRIS MODEL PARSNIPS

    100 days

    Long white roots, averaging 10-12 inches long and 3 inches at the crown. To obtain smooth tapered roots grow in deep, uncompacted soil. Good overwintering type with very tender white flesh and no sideroots. Very sweet when harvested in spring.
    Price From: $2.25
  • The Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables

    The Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables

    Are heirloom vegetables more difficult to grow than conventional hybrids? The Beginner's Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables debunks this myth by highlighting the 100 heirloom vegetables that are the easiest to grow and the tastiest to eat.
    $19.95
  • Dakota Ivory Corn-Organic

    Dakota Ivory Corn-Organic

    An early white open pollinated corn devolped from Native American seed stock by Steve Zwinger. Dakota Ivory is a dry flour corn that grinds easily with a sweet unigue taste. It can also be eaten as a white sweet corn. Plants are 4-6 feet tall with 1-2 ears per plant. Eare averae 6-8" with 10-12 rows per ear. It is tolerant to cool soils with good seedling vigor.
    Price From: $4.05
  • Dutch Yellow Shallots

    Dutch Yellow Shallots

    Round bulbs, durable copper skins and creamy yellow flesh. Uniform in size and excellent keeper. Tender and spicy, with a pungent raw flavor that mellows and sweetens but still retains character when cooked. High yeilding.
    $8.00
  • Dutch Yellow Shallots

    Dutch Yellow Shallots

    Round bulbs, durable copper skins and creamy yellow flesh. Uniform in size and excellent keeper. Tender and spicy, with a pungent raw flavor that mellows and sweetens but still retains character when cooked. High yeilding.
    $45.00
  • Dutch Yellow Shallots

    Dutch Yellow Shallots

    Round bulbs, durable copper skins and creamy yellow flesh. Uniform in size and excellent keeper. Tender and spicy, with a pungent raw flavor that mellows and sweetens but still retains character when cooked. High yeilding.
    Price From: $8.00

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