Seeds and Sprouts

We at Janet’s Jungle wish to welcome you to our Seeds & Sprouts Division. We have gathered an excellent selection of seeds and sprouts to offer you for your home gardening experience. This sale will benefit the organization you are supporting while still allowing you to pay the same price for a packet of seeds that you would pay in the store or garden center. Please take this opportunity to support your local organization while creating your flower and vegetable gardens.

 

About Our Sale

This sale provides both organic and conventional options for your seed purchase. All seeds offered are certified non-GMO. Whether you are looking for vegetables, flowers, sprouts or herbs, we have a vast array of options. All seed is tested for germination and purity by an independent laboratory before it is packed. By doing this, we insure that all the seeds going into your vegetable or flower garden meet with the rigorous standards of 97% germination in all our seeds.

We appreciate your support.

Conventional Seed

 

This sale brings you the finest seed options available on the market today. Take your time and enjoy strolling through the paths of this catalog.

(All conventional seed options appear on a blue background)

Organic Seed

 

This section offers you the finest organic seeds available on the market today. The farmers producing this seed are certified organic. All seeds are non-GMO.

(All organic seed options appear on a green background)

  • Organic Vegetable Seeds

    Bean Bush Baby Lima Henderson

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3021 - $2.69

    65 days. These white, small “baby” lima beans have a delicious flavor, and mature earlier than most limas. This bush lima is quite productive! And

    believe us, the flavor is not what you remember your mom feeding you as a kid; fresh lima beans taste incredible! Can be eaten fresh, frozen, or dried. This packet sows one 8-foot row.

    Bean Bush Gold Rush

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3139 - $2.39

    Popular main crop bush bean because the yellow pods are easier to see against the foliage than green ones. They are borne in clusters around the main stem,

    so they’re easy to harvest. Gold

    Rush holds its quality well, both on

    the plant and post-harvest. Grow these disease resistant plants in the ground or in containers. This packet sows two 9-foot rows.

    Beet Chioggia Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3150 - $2.99

    55 days. This Italian heirloom is

    from the mid-1800s. Chiogga produces delicious green tops and tasty roots. Each beet seed produces multiple plants and the thinnings are a delightful

    addition to your salad. Packed with nutrition, beets are high in fiber, potassium, folic acid, and the antioxidant, betacyanin. This packet sows up to 32 ft.

    Carrot Baby Little Finger Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3105 - $1.99

    57 days. Did you know that grocery store baby carrots are actually cut from regular sized carrots? Once you try the sweet flavor and crisp bite of this 3”

    true baby carrot, you will never look back! Though it tastes great fresh from the garden, Little Finger was developed in France for pickling & canning whole. This packet sows four 10-foot rows.

    Corn Sweet True Gold

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3004 - $2.99

    75-80 days. From the garden to

    the pot, ‘True Gold’ will transform

    any plate to a luxurious meal!

    Large, 9” ears are very sweet

    and tender on this old-fashioned

    corn like your grandparents grew.

    Plants are resistant to stalklodging;

    stalks are less likely to

    bend and kink in windy areas.

    This packet sows up to 25 ft.

    Bean Bush Blue Lake 274 Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3134 - $2.39

    58 days. The snap bean (or green

    bean) is eaten pod and all. Blue Lake 274 produces a very large crop of round, 6” pods all at once, on 16”-18” tall, bushy plants; beans are stringless when picked young. Excellent flavor, one of the best for freezing. Also a good container variety. This packet sows two 6-foot rows.

    Bean Bush Royal Burgundy

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3108 - $2.39

    60 days. Green Beans (also called

    Snap Beans) have the best flavor

    when picked fresh from the garden.

    Delicious purple pods that are

    amazingly easy to grow and find

    among the backdrop of green

    foliage. Grows better than other

    bean types in cool weather, is very

    disease resistant and unlikely to be

    challenged by pests. Also a good

    container variety. This packet sows

    two 6-foot rows.

    Beet Early Wonder Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3014 - $1.89

    48 days. Early Wonder has it all:

    tasty, abundant greens, flavorful

    beets, and early production. An

    excellent choice. Great for mild

    climates where multiple crops are

    possible. The 18” greens are as

    delicious as chard or spinach and

    high in vitamins A and C, iron and

    potassium. This packet sows two

    7-foot rows.

    Carrot Scarlet Nantes Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3017 - $1.99

    65 days. Scarlet Nantes is an old

    favorite for many reasons: sweet

    flavor, tender, abundant producer

    and consistent quality. There

    is no finer garden treat than a

    homegrown carrot pulled fresh

    from the earth! This packet sows

    four 10-foot rows.

    Cucumber Homemade Pickles

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3135 - $2.39

    55 days. Making pickles at home is easy with Homemade Pickles. Excellent disease resistance, very high yields, and ready to harvest early. The 4’ compact

    vines produce cucumbers for quite a long period; harvest anywhere from 1 1/2”–5” long. Excellent container variety. This

    packet sows two 10-foot rows of trellised cucumbers.

    Cucumber Marketmore

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3123 - $1.89

    60 days. Introduced in 1968 by

    Cornell University, Marketmore is

    a beautiful, dark green cucumber

    that’s ready to pick when 6”-8”

    long. Fruits keep their size and

    shape even under poor weather

    conditions. This packet sows

    two 10-foot rows of trellised

    cucumbers.

    Kale Italian Lacinato Nero

    Toscana Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3100 - $1.89

    62 days. Also known as dinosaur

    kale, black Tuscan kale, black

    cabbage, and black palm.

    Vigorous dark green to black

    leaves that are traditionally used

    in soups and stews, or sautéed

    with olive oil & garlic and tossed

    with pasta. This packet sows two

    10-foot rows.

    Lettuce Butterhead Buttercrunch

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3052 - $1.89

    65 days. Buttercrunch is a

    vigorous grower with a creamy

    yellow interior, buttery flavor

    and tender texture. Small heads

    are perfect for a single-serve

    salad. Loves moist but not soggy

    soil. The compact size makes

    it a good container variety. This

    packet sows eight 10-foot rows

    Lettuce Leaf New Red Fire

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3177 - $2.99

    55 days. Flame-tipped, green

    leaves pack luscious flavor even

    in the heat of summer. Slow-tobolt

    (flower) characteristic means

    it holds well in your garden, so

    you can take your time harvesting

    over a long period. Uniform leaves

    form an appealing rosette in your

    garden beds. This packet sows

    up to 40 ft.

    Melon Muskmelon/Cantaloupe

    Hearts of Gold Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3012 - $1.99

    80 days. Hearts of Gold is a high

    quality heirloom that can be

    grown in short season climates!

    These very productive plants

    produce fruit that is dark orange,

    firm-fleshed and aromatic.

    Round, 3 pound fruits up to 6” in

    diameter. This packet sows

    10 mounds.

    Cucumber Parisian Gherkin

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3085 - $2.69

    50 days. Gherkins are tiny cucumbers used for pickles, and these are the best! Pickle them at 2” for French cornichons

    (“little horns”), or any other kind at 3”–4” long. 24” semi-vining plants are ideal for small garden spaces and containers. A 2015 All-America Selections winner. This packet sows up to 10 ft. of trellised cucumbers.

    Kale Red Winter Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3013 - $1.89

    50 days. Most kale gets sweeter

    as the first frost hits. Red Winter

    is sweet all the time making it

    excellent for mesclun, garnishes

    and sautéeing. The red veins,

    wavy margins, and foliage that

    resembles oak leaves make

    Red Winter as attractive as it is

    delicious. Harvest baby greens in

    just 25 days. This packet sows

    five 10-foot rows

    Lettuce Leaf Black Seeded

    Simpson Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3025 - $1.89

    40 days. After more than 150

    years, Black Seeded Simpson

    remains one of the most tender

    and delicately flavored leaf

    lettuces ever bred. Withstands

    hot, dry conditions and light frosts

    better than other varieties. This

    packet sows eight 10-foot rows.

    Melon Ha Ogen Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3159 - $2.39

    70 days. One of the sweetest, most aromatic melons you will ever taste! Ha Ogen is quick-growing, open-pollinated melon. The 3–5 pound fruits are pale

    green inside with a salmon-colored

    ring around the seed cavity and a sweet and spicy flavor. This packet sows 5 to 8

    mounds.

    Onion Bunching/Scallion White

    Lisbon Organic Seeds

    Item #3152 - $2.39

    60 days. White Lisbon is a scallion,

    also called a green or spring

    onion and sometimes referred

    to as a bunching onion. It thrives

    in a wide range of soils, is heat

    and cold tolerant, and can be

    sown successively throughout

    the season. For the finest quality,

    pencil-thin onions, sow seed

    densely, and do not thin seedlings.

    This packet sows one 8-foot row.

    Pea Shelling Progress #9 Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3010 - $2.39

    58 days. Remember when you

    were a kid how fun it was to pop

    open a pod and eat the peas?

    Relive the memories and enjoy

    the wonderful taste of Progress

    #9. Vines reach up to 18”, and

    each 5” pod has 7–9 plump peas.

    This packet sows one

    10-foot row.

    Pumpkin Big Max Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3071 - $2.99

    120 days. Big Max is the choice of giant pumpkin growers. Unlike some large pumpkins that are just blobs, Big Max has smooth light-orange skin and is

    perfect for Halloween carving or other holiday decorations. To achieve maximum size, grow one pumpkin per vine, water and fertilize regularly. This packet sows 5 mounds.

    Radish Cherry Belle Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3048 - $1.99

    24 days. Radish is a cool-season,

    fast-maturing, easy-to-grow

    vegetable. The mild flavor and

    crisp texture of Cherry Belle

    make it a great addition to salads,

    sandwiches and snack trays.

    Great for growing in containers.

    Fun for kids to grow! An All-

    America Selections winner. This

    packet sows two 7 foot-rows.

    Spinach Bloomsdale Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3007 - $2.39

    28-45 days. Be strong to the

    finish and eat your spinach!

    If you haven’t grown spinach

    before, the freshness and quality

    of homegrown will win you over.

    Bloomsdale is an old, dependable,

    open pollinated variety. Very

    nutritious – lots of vitamins A

    & C, and iron. A good container

    veggie. This packet sows four

    9-foot rows.

    Squash Summer Early Prolific

    Straightneck Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3006 - $2.39

    45 days. This award-winning

    squash is still a favorite and for

    good reason! Thick, firm, finegrained

    delicious squash is ready

    to harvest in just 45 days! Best

    eaten raw, pickled, or cooked.

    Best picked at 4”–7”, or smaller

    for chic, “baby” squash. This

    packet sows 6 mounds.

    Pea Snap Sugar Snap

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3089 - $2.39

    70 days. Snap peas are best

    eaten fresh and there’s nothing

    like picking them right off the

    vine. The French call edible

    podded peas “mange tout”

    meaning “eat all.” Sugar Snap

    provides an extended harvest of

    thick, crunchy 3” pods filled with

    flavorful peas. Grow climbing

    6’–8’ vines on poles or a trellis.

    This packet sows one 7-foot row.

    Pumpkin Sugar Pie Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3128 - $2.39

    100 days. Sugar Pie is the

    standard for making terrific pies,

    soups, muffins, and casseroles.

    Small 6” fruits are also good for

    carving table décor-size jack

    o’lanterns. Stores for months.

    Delicious pumpkin cheesecake

    recipe inside packet. This packet

    sows 6 mounds.

    Radish Daikon Miyashige White

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3086 - $1.89

    60 days. Winter Radish. Young

    shredded daikon radishes are

    often used in sushi, but their light,

    crunchy, slightly spicy flavor is

    a unique addition to many other

    dishes. Mature daikon is pickled

    or cooked; add to stir‑fries or

    soups. To grow successfully, sow

    in mid- to late summer or early

    fall. This packet sows three

    5-foot rows.

    Squash Summer Black Beauty

    Zucchini Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3049 - $2.39

    55 days. This highly productive

    bush type plant takes up little

    garden space. Zucchini that “get

    away from you” and become very

    large are great for relish! See

    inside of packet for recipe. This

    packet sows 5 mounds.

    Squash Winter Sweet REBA Acorn

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3144 - $2.99

    90-100 days. Developed for resistance

    to powdery mildew, REBA is an acronym

    for “Resistant Early Bush Acorn.” Sweet

    REBA continues to develop full-flavored

    fruit long after other squash have been

    stopped by powdery mildew, which

    debilitates plants through leaf die-off. The result is 4 or 5, 1½–2 pound, uniform, sweet, meaty fruits per bush plant that won’t take over the yard. Nothing beats the rich, flavor of baked winter squash on a chilly, autumn day! Attracts native bees. This packet sows up to 7 mounds.

    Squash Winter Vegetable

    Spaghetti Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3171 - $2.99

    90 Days. Also called gold string

    melon, spaghetti squash is unique

    among winter squashes; when

    cooked, the flesh falls away from

    the shell in ribbons or strands like

    spaghetti, and retains a tender al

    denté texture. Savory rather than

    sweet flavor; superb with just a bit

    of butter and salt. Each plant yields

    5 to 7 squash. This packet sows up

    to 9 mounds.

    Tomato Cherry Red & Yellow Pear

    Blend Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3137

    75 days from transplanting.

    Indeterminate. Sweet, mild flavor

    and low acidity make these

    tomatoes great for hors d’oeuvres,

    salads, and relishes. Cherry Red

    Pear seeds are dyed red, while the

    Yellow Pear seeds remain natural

    so you know which color tomato

    you are sowing. Vigorous vines

    easily reach 6’. This packet yields

    approximately 24 plants when

    started indoors.

    Tomato Pole Moneymaker

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3156 - $1.89

    75-80 days from transplanting.

    Moneymaker earned its name

    because of its uniformity and

    reliably heavy yields. The

    medium-sized fruits have sweet

    flavor and meaty texture, making

    them versatile for use in fresh or

    cooked dishes. This packet yields

    approximately 24 plants when

    started indoors.

    Tomato Pole Speckled Roman

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3090 - $2.39

    85 days from transplanting.

    Indeterminate. A cross between Antique Roman and Banana Legs, this unique roma will wow you with orange and yellow stripes! A first-rate performer in the garden and in the kitchen. Prolific producer; fruits have meaty flesh and few seeds, perfect for sauces. Vigorous vines reach 6’ or more. This packet yields approximately 24 plants when

    started indoors.

    Watermelon Sugar Baby

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3131 - $1.99

    80 days. Summer never tasted so

    good! “Sugar” means delectable

    sweetness, and “Baby” means

    small enough to easily fit in the

    refrigerator! This plant produces

    an abundant crop of 7”–10”,

    8–10 pound, juicy fruit with red

    flesh. This packet sows

    9 mounds.

    Tomato Cherry Chocolate Cherry

    Organic Seeds

    Item #3160 - $2.69

    70 days from transplanting.

    Indeterminate. Chocolate Cherry

    tomatoes— doesn’t just the name

    make you hungry? These 1”

    purplish-red, delectable tomatoes

    are great for snacking on and add

    a little sweetness to salads and

    pastas. 6–8 crack-resistant fruits

    will keep you coming back for

    harvest after harvest. This packet

    yields approximately 16 plants

    when started indoors.

    Tomato Pole Brandywine Red &

    Yellow Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3130 - $2.39

    80 days from transplanting

    Indeterminate. Beefsteak-type fruits

    average around a pound but can weigh

    close to 2 pounds. Yellow Brandywine

    turns golden yellow when ripe and is

    meaty with a slightly tart flavor. Red

    Brandywine has a rich and well-balanced tomato flavor. Red seeds are color-coded with organic food color to indicate that they produce the red tomato. The yellow tomato seed has no coloring. This packet yields approximately 24 plants when started indoors.

    Tomato Pole Oxheart Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3167 - $1.99

    85 Days. What a name! An

    heirloom variety popular in Italy

    and France because it is dense

    with few seeds, cooking down to

    a robust, thick sauce. It can also

    be a star sliced fresh atop salad

    greens or paired with mozzarella

    and fresh basil leaves. This

    packet yields approximately

    20 plants.

    Watermelon Crimson Sweet

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3051 - $1.99

    85 days. Watermelon — the

    word brings to mind the long,

    lazy days of summer, picnics, and

    barbecues. Crimson Sweet is a

    high‑quality old standard of home

    gardens, weighing about 20–25

    pounds with bright crimson flesh.

    Resistant to fusarium wilt and

    anthracnose. This packet sows 11

    mounds.

  • Organic Sprout Seeds

    Sprouts Alfalfa Organic Seeds

    (Large Packet)

    Item #7801 - $3.99

    Alfalfa sprouts are one of the

    most popular of all sprouting

    seeds. They are nutritious; high

    in protein, essential amino acids,

    digestive enzymes, vitamins,

    minerals, and (when exposed to

    light) chlorophyll. Alfalfa sprouts

    add lively flavor and texture to

    tossed salads and sandwiches.

    The culinary possibilities are

    limited only by your imagination!

    Sprouts Salad Mix Organic Seeds

    (Large Packet)

    Item #7813 - $3.99

    The beauty, texture and mingled

    flavors of these fresh sprouts will

    turn your salads into a gourmet

    experience. We put together this

    special mix to highlight the flavor

    of each component in a perfect

    balance for salads. The sweetness

    of alfalfa and red clover mix with

    a lively boost from the broccoli

    and kale.

  • Organic Flower Seeds

    Butterfly Flower Milkweed

    Organic Seeds

    Item #2021 - $2.39

    Perennial. We all recognize the iconic

    Monarch butterfly with its majestic

    orange and black wings. Unfortunately,

    the butterfly we all know and love is

    losing its habitat, specifically milkweed,

    to modern farming methods and

    population development. As home

    gardeners, we can help to replenish the

    Monarch habitat by sowing milkweed

    and other butterfly-friendly varieties

    in our home, school, and community

    gardens. Buy some today and wait for

    the butterflies to arrive!

    Corn Ornamental Striped

    Japonica Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2038 - $2.99

    85 days. This beautiful, 5’–6’ tall,

    ornamental heirloom corn dates back

    to the mid-1800s when it was brought

    to America from Japan. It has green,

    variegated leaves with pink, creamy

    white, and yellow stripes and dark

    purple tassels. Its cobs produce dark

    burgundy kernels that can be dried

    and saved for autumn displays or

    ground into a richly colored cornmeal.

    This packet sows up to 17 ft.

    Cosmos Sensation Blend Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2035 - $2.69

    Annual. Tall with large, 3”–4” white,

    pink, rose, and crimson flowers,

    ‘Sensation Blend’ is a showy

    summer- and fall-blooming plant.

    Cosmos are a superb choice for

    wildflower or naturalized areas,

    as they are drought-tolerant

    and need very little attention. An

    excellent butterfly lure and cut

    flower. Sensation won the 1936

    All-America Selections award.

    Deer resistant.

    Hollyhock Outhouse

    Organic Seeds

    Item #2048 - $2.39

    Biennial. No garden should be

    without the prolific and longblooming

    hollyhock. ‘Outhouse’

    includes pink, white, red, and

    burgundy flowers, some with

    contrasting centers. Flowers have

    a long bloom period and are edible!

    Fairly drought tolerant but performs

    best with ample moisture and rich

    soil; otherwise, practically care-free!

    Attracts pollinators. Deer resistant.

    Nasturtium Fiesta Blend Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2026 - $2.39

    Annual. Every salad should have

    edible nasturtium flowers! Fiesta

    Blend is a spicy feast of color

    with flowers in orange, yellow,

    and orange/peach bi-colors.

    The blossom petals are a festive

    addition to salads and pastas. Grow

    some in your vegetable patch to

    repel insect pests, while attracting

    pollinators. Fairly drought tolerant

    once established. Rabbit and

    deer deterrent.

    Calendula Pot Marigold Resina

    Organic Seeds

    Item #2042 - $2.39

    Annual. Bright yellow, daisy-like

    blooms will catch your eye, and

    the resin-rich petals will delight

    herbalists. Calendula petals have

    been used for medicinal purposes

    for hundreds of years, from

    remedies to calm upset stomachs,

    to ointments for soothing burns.

    Petals are also edible—scatter on

    salads or steep in hot water for a

    relaxing tea. Deer resistant.

    Cosmos Sea Shells Blend Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2034 - $2.69

    Annual. These charming cosmos

    with fluted seashell-shaped petals

    will be a beautiful addition to your

    flower patch! In shades of white,

    pink, rose, and crimson, they

    make excellent cut flowers. Easy

    to care for; once established they

    are drought tolerant. They prefer

    neglect over TLC (tender loving

    care), making them a perfect choice

    for wildflower or naturalized areas.

    Deer resistant.

    Feverfew Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2005 - $2.39

    Annual. Popular as an ornamental

    in Victorian gardens, and as an

    herbal remedy for centuries,

    feverfew is a reliable, unfussy

    plant with masses of small white

    flowers on strong-scented, ferny

    yellow-green foliage. It is an

    avid self-sower. Also known as

    featherfew, bachelor’s or bride’s

    button and midsummer daisy.

    Hyssop True Hyssop Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2029 - $1.89

    Wonderful for late summer bloom,

    true hyssop is an easy-care,

    first-year flowering perennial that

    brings bees, beneficial insects

    and butterflies to the garden. Sow

    for a short hedge along paths or

    mix with other perennials. Ideal

    in rock and herb gardens and is a

    nice cut flower. Deer resistant.

    Sunflower Dwarf Sunspot

    Organic Seeds

    Item #2014 - $1.89

    Annual. No room to grow giant

    sunflowers? Try Sunspot instead

    for its large flower heads on

    dwarf, 18” - 24” stalks. Kids will

    love growing these giant flowers

    that are just the right height

    for your favorite “Gardener in

    Training!” Sunspot makes large

    dramatic cut flowers, container

    plantings or a short annual hedge.

    Great for seeds.

    Sunflower Lemon Queen Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2027 - $1.89

    Annual. Lemon Queen is the sunflower

    variety being grown for a multi-year

    bee count project to gather information

    about native bee populations. More than

    100,000 citizen-scientists across the U.S. and Canada participate in the research by counting the number of bees that visit their Lemon Queen plants. Bees and other pollinating insects are attracted to the nectar and pollen provided by the large, pale lemon yellow colored flowers with dark brown centers. Majestic, branched plants provide gorgeous cut flowers throughout the summer.

    Wheat Utrecht Blue Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2031 - $1.89

    Annual. A Dutch heirloom grown in

    the area of Utrecht, Netherlands in

    the early 1900s with superior blue

    color and long black awns (bristles).

    Beautiful seed heads gracefully

    bow when they are ready for

    harvest. Its durability, long stems,

    and beautiful color are a weaver’s

    dream. So many uses from flower

    arrangements, to baskets, and all

    kinds of crafts.

    Sunflower Goldy Honey Bear

    Organic Seeds

    Item #2016 - $2.99

    Annual. Larger-flowered than Teddy

    Bear, the Goldy Honey Bear has

    thick, sturdy stalks that stay upright

    without staking. Green centers are

    revealed as the 5” - 10” flowers

    open. As they mature, the blooms

    become fully double, solid gold, and

    surrounded by sun-like ray petals.

    Nearly pollenless flowers. Longblooming

    display for a flower border,

    hedge, or screen.

    Sunflower Mammoth Russian

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2019 - $1.99

    Annual. Native Americans have

    long valued sunflowers for food,

    medicine, dye and decoration.

    The popular Mammoth Russian

    sunflower has been grown in

    gardens since the late 1800s. Known

    for spectacular height, giant flowers

    and abundant seeds, this easy and

    fast to grow variety also tolerates

    drought and poor soil. Ideal for a

    temporary hedge or privacy screen.

    Zinnia Thumbelina Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Zinnia elegans

    Item #2040 - $2.39

    Annual. “Thumbelina, tiny little

    thing,” aptly describes this flower,

    a dwarf in the world of larger,

    bolder zinnias, but not short on

    brilliant color! Attracts butterflies,

    thrives in heat, and blooms all

    season. Each individual flower

    lasts a long time on the plant or

    in a vase.

  • Organic Herb Seeds

    Basil Italian Genovese Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds (LG)

    Item #7750 - $1.89

    LARGE PACKET

    Annual. Genovese has a particularly

    strong fragrance and flavor, making

    it excellent for almost any basil

    dish, especially pesto (classic pesto

    recipe printed inside packet). Edible

    flowers add charm to salads. A

    good container variety — grow

    basil indoors in the winter, in a

    warm, sunny location. This packet

    sows thirty-four 10-foot rows.

    (That’s a lot of pesto!)

    Catnip Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6064 - $2.39

    Perennial. Catnip is a multipurpose

    plant. The tea is very pleasant with

    a lemon-mint flavor and fragrance.

    Along with fresh catnip planted in

    containers indoors, catnip toys will

    provide your feline friends with

    hours of fun. But be warned; they

    may ignore you for a while! Catnip

    is very hardy and grows in almost

    any soil. Grow indoors for fresh

    catnip year ‘round. Perennial in

    USDA zones 3 and warmer.

    Chives Common Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6062 - $1.99

    Perennial. Chives are super easy

    to grow, require little maintenance,

    tolerate drought, and come back year

    after year. Edible flowers are loved

    by bees, make a tasty chive vinegar,

    look and taste great in salads, and

    dry well for arrangements; foliage

    and/or flowers add a subtle onion

    flavor to many dishes. Great for

    containers; grow indoors for yearround

    harvest. Deer resistant. This

    packet sows up to 23 ft.

    Cat Grass Mix Organic Seeds

    Item #6137 - $1.89

    Annual. Even cats need their greens!

    This organic barley, oats, and

    wheat blend is rich in antioxidants,

    vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.

    Not only does cat grass help in

    digestion by moving the hairballs

    along, but it gives them a shiny

    coat and freshens breath! Because

    it’s grown indoors, cat grass can

    be served year-round at its peak of

    freshness. Grass is ready to eat in

    as little as two weeks!

    Chamomile German Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6081 - $2.39

    Annual. What could be more

    soothing than curling up at bedtime

    with a good book and a cup of

    calming chamomile tea made

    fresh from your garden? The

    flowers can also be dried for floral

    arrangements, pressed for crafts,

    or woven into charming wreaths,

    and their edible petals can be

    tossed into salads. In the garden,

    chamomile attracts beneficial

    insects and pollinators.

    Dill Bouquet Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6030 - $1.89

    Warm season annual. Particularly

    good for pickling because of early

    and abundant seed production,

    Bouquet foliage is also delicious

    sprinkled on potatoes, tomatoes,

    salmon, spinach, cucumbers and

    lamb chops. 30”-36” tall, and

    very aromatic. Dill is an important

    host plant for caterpillars of

    swallowtail butterflies.

    Lemon Balm Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6078 - 1.89

    Annual. The medieval Frankish

    king, Charlemagne, had lemon

    balm planted in every monastery

    garden for the beauty of its crinkled

    and wonderfully fragrant foliage

    and pretty white flowers. Used by

    herbalists for insomnia and to sooth

    upset stomachs. Add to tea, use as

    a cooking herb to impart lemony

    flavor, or enjoy its aromatherapeutic

    qualities in a relaxing bath. A good

    container variety.

    Parsley Moss Curled Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6011 - $1.99

    Annual. Moss Curled parsley is

    an herb you can always depend

    on. Grown as an annual, harvests

    can extend through fall into winter

    because of its cold tolerance.

    Milder flavor than flat-leafed types.

    Remember, parsley is not just a

    garnish! It is a very nutritious herb

    (vitamins A, B, C), does a great

    job of blending food flavors, and

    freshens your breath!

    Stevia Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6128 - $2.99

    Annual. Stevia is up to 300 times

    as sweet as sugar, so a little goes a

    long way. Some say the leaves have

    a licorice aftertaste, which may

    be a bonus if you love the flavor.

    The bushy 18” - 30” tall plants can

    be grown in 10” - 12” diameter

    containers, and pinched back to

    maintain desired height. Grow

    in full sun or part shade. Leaves

    are sweetest just before the plant

    flowers in late summer to fall.

    Oregano Common Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6110 - $1.89

    Annual. Often confused with the

    more pungent, white-flowered True

    Greek variety, common oregano

    has a milder flavor. It is also the

    traditional variety for medicinal

    use. Leaves can be used as a

    fresh or dried herb. The pretty pink

    to lavender flowers appear from

    midsummer to fall. Also called wild

    oregano or wild marjoram. Perennial

    in USDA zones 5 and warmer.

    Sage Garden Broadleaf Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6092 - $2.39

    Annual. Sage’s flavor is bold and

    assertive, and considered very valuable

    as a digestive aid to high-fat foods,

    such as pork, wild game, and cheese.

    Often paired with stuffing, it also livens

    up vegetables, potatoes, soups, and

    stews. The plant has beautiful, edible,

    purple-blue flowers, and the gray-green

    foliage provides an excellent contrast

    in the garden or containers. Drought

    tolerant once established. Perennial in

    USDA zones 4–8. Deer resistant. This

    packet sows up to 16 ft.

    Thyme English Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6079 - $2.39

    Annual. An invaluable seasoning

    in the kitchen, thyme has a subtle,

    woodsy flavor that complements

    a variety of foods. A staple herb

    of chefs, and one of the primary

    ingredients of “bouquet garni.”

    With very small leaves and delicate,

    edible flowers, this thyme makes a

    lovely 12” tall landscape plant; use

    as a low hedge around your herb

    or vegetable garden. Perennial in

    USDA zones 5 and warmer.

  • Conventional Vegetable Seeds

    Bean Bush Blue Lake 274

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Phaseolus vulgaris

    Item #0004 - $1.89

    58 Days. The snap bean (or green

    bean) is eaten pod and all. Blue

    Lake 274 produces a very large

    crop of round, 6” pods all at once

    on 16”–18” tall, bushy plants;

    beans are stringless when picked

    young. Excellent flavor, one of

    the best for freezing. Also a good

    container variety. This packets

    sows one 10-foot row.

    Bean Bush Roma II Seeds

    Phaseolus vulgaris

    Item #0217 - $1.89

    58 days. A favorite in Italy, wide

    snap beans aren’t available in

    most grocery stores. A delicious

    nutty flavor you’ll wish you could

    grow them year round. The 4”-5”

    long pods are nice and tender.

    Roma II is delicious eaten fresh,

    and is an excellent variety for

    freezing or canning. This packet

    sows one 10-foot row.av

    Bok Choy Toy Choy Seeds

    Brassica rapa

    (Chinensis group, hybrid)

    Item #0247 - $2.39

    30-35 days. Also called Pak Choi,

    this leafy green has been cultivated

    in Asia for centuries. Just 5” tall

    and ready to harvest in as few as

    30 days. The thick, white stems

    and glossy, dark green leaves are

    tender and crisp. Ideal for growing

    in containers. This packet sows

    two 7-foot rows.

    Brussels Sprouts Long Island

    Improved HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Brassica oleracea (Gemmifera group)

    Item #0208 - $1.69

    85-110 days. Store-bought

    sprouts just can’t compare to

    those picked fresh from the

    garden. Each little sprout is

    firm and full of wonderful flavor.

    You can even leave them in the

    garden into the winter. Frost

    actually improves the flavor. This

    packet sows six 10-foot rows.

    Carrot Baby Little Finger

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Daucus carota sativus

    Item #0126 - $1.69

    57 days. Did you know that

    grocery store baby carrots are

    actually cut from regular sized

    carrots? Once you try the sweet

    flavor and crisp bite of this 3”

    long true baby carrot, you will

    never look back! This packet

    sows six 9-foot rows.

    Bean Bush Pencil Pod Yellow

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Phaseolus vulgaris

    Item #0116 - $1.89

    60 days. Pencil Pod is an

    heirloom variety popular with

    gardeners 1900. The “slim as

    a pencil”, curved yellow pods

    are 6” long, stringless and

    tender. Easy to see among the

    foliage. Grow in the ground or in

    containers. Very disease resistant.

    This packet sows one

    10-foot row.

    Beet Detroit Dark Red

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Beta vulgaris

    Item #0243 - $1.69

    60 days. Home-grown beets

    are simply the best. Tender and

    delicious, these 2 1/2” - 3”

    beautiful deep crimson beets do not

    get woody as do smaller varieties

    if left to grow large. Perfect for

    canning, pickling, and eating fresh.

    The greens rival chard and spinach

    for tenderness and flavor, and are

    very nutritious. This packet sows

    two 12-foot rows.

    Broccoli Sprouting Summer

    Purple Seeds

    Brassica oleracea (Italica group)

    Item #0290 - $2.39

    60-90 days. Sprouting broccoli

    produces shoots (rather than one

    head) and is easier to grow than

    common broccoli. It continues

    to produce throughout the heat

    of summer and early fall. Fresh,

    steamed or stir-fried, tender,

    succulent, this is a nutritious

    addition to any meal. This packet

    yields 24 plants when started

    indoors.

    Cabbage Chinese One Kilo Slow Bolt Seeds

    Brassica rapa var. pekinensis

    Item #0276 - $2.39

    50-55 days. Also called Napa

    cabbage, Has a delicate flavor, a soft

    texture in between that of lettuce

    and regular cabbage, and is easy

    to digest. This variety produces

    sooner than other varieties and is

    slow to bolt. Sow in spring or in late

    summer for a fall crop of full-sized

    cabbages. Grows best at 60°F -

    65°F. This packet sows four 8-foot

    rows.(hybrid)

    Carrot Cosmic Purple Seeds

    Daucus carota sativus

    Item #0206 - $2.69

    70 days. Colored carrots currently

    are all the rage, yet have been

    around for centuries. After

    losing out to orange carrots

    long ago, purple carrots have

    been rediscovered. Kids will love

    them as a colorful snack. High

    in vitamin A and anthocyanin (an

    antioxidant). This packet sows

    three 10-foot rows.

    Carrot Danvers 126

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Daucus carota sativus

    Item #0219 - $1.69

    65 days. The Danvers carrot

    was developed during the

    late nineteenth century in

    Massachusetts. Wonderful

    flavor. Very resistant to cracks

    and splits; strong tops make

    harvesting easy. This packet sows

    four 10-foot rows.

    Cucumber Homemade

    Pickles Seeds

    Cucumis sativus

    Item #0022 - $2.39

    55 days. Making pickles at home

    is easy with Homemade Pickles.

    This plant has excellent disease

    resistance, very high yields, and

    is ready to harvest early. The 4’

    compact vines produce cucumbers

    for quite a long period; harvest

    anywhere from 1½” to 5” long.

    Excellent container variety. This

    packet sows three 10-foot rows of

    trellised cucumbers.

    Corn Sweet Bodacious

    (yellow) Seeds

    Zea mays var rugosa (hybrid)

    Item #0018 - $2.39

    75 days. Bodacious! That’s what

    you’ll say when you’ve tried this

    corn! Very high quality flavor and

    sweetness that holds for days after

    picking. Its wide adaptability in

    northern latitudes, early maturity

    and consistent performance has

    made it the most popular variety

    in its class. This packet sows four

    6-foot rows.

    Corn Sweet Sugarbaby

    (bicolor) Seeds

    Zea mays var rugosa (hybrid)

    Item #0251 - $2.39

    65 days. Sugarbaby is a bicolor

    corn that matures in 65 days

    — an advantage in areas with a

    shorter growing season. Flavorful

    8” ears with 12 to 16 rows of

    very tender kernels hold their

    sweetness and flavor longer than

    other varieties. This packet sows

    three 9-foot rows.

    Lettuce Butterhead Tom Thumb

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Lactuca sativa

    Item #0026 - $1.89

    50 days. This 4”–5” English

    heirloom is the perfect lettuce

    for window boxes or indoor

    containers, and makes a cute

    border plant. Mild tasting leaves

    are soft, buttery, and consistently

    sweet. Bolt resistant and heat

    tolerant. This packet sows fifteen

    10-foot rows.

    Cucumber English Telegraph

    Improved HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Cucumis sativus

    Item #0257 - $2.69

    60 Days. This is now a favorite

    of home gardeners for the long,

    thin-skinned fruits that add

    a cool, mild flavor. Great for

    snacking too. Cucumbers develop

    best when grown on a trellis and

    get regular moisture while fruits

    are forming. This packet yields

    approximately 16 plants.

    Cucumber Spacemaster Seeds

    Cucumis sativus

    Item #0020 - $1.89

    62 days. Spacemaster’s 2’ to 3’

    vines make it the ideal choice for

    small growing areas. It produces

    large numbers of flavorful,

    full-sized slicing cucumbers,

    perfect for snacking, salads, and

    sandwiches, and even for pickling

    when harvested small. This

    packet sows seven mounds of 3

    plants per mound.

    Corn Sweet (su) Honey and Cream Seeds (LG)

    Item #7318 - $3.99

    84 Days. A perfect blend of

    luscious, white and yellow

    kernels just bursting with flavor.

    Each 7”–8” bicolor ear has

    about 12 rows of sweet, creamy

    kernels. Honey and Cream cans

    and freezes well, too—savor

    summer all year! This packet

    sows up to 62 ft.

    Corn Popcorn Robust Pop

    400MR Seeds

    Zea mays (hybrid)

    Item #0297 - $2.69

    95-100 days. Robust Pop 400MR

    produces large, round popped kernels

    that are sturdy enough to hold a coating

    and stay in one piece, unlike the more

    common ‘butterfly’-shaped popcorn.

    This is also the type of popcorn

    found in the popular Cracker Jacks®

    box. Make kettle corn, caramel corn,

    popcorn balls, or to top with melted

    chocolate or cheddar seasoning. This

    packet sows two 9-foot rows.

    Lettuce Mesclun Farmer’s Market

    Blend Seeds

    Lactuca sativa

    Item #0077 - $1.89

    21-45 days. This perfect blend of six leaf lettuce varieties has a beautiful range of leaf shapes, textures, and colors with mild flavor. Begin harvesting leaves in just 2 to 3 weeks! Cut back plants and they will regrow. Easy to grow in containers. Varieties include: Tango 15%, Royal Oak Leaf 15%, Red Salad Bowl 32%, Black Seeded Simpson 15%, Grand Rapids TBR 15%, Red Sails 8%. This packet sows three or six 7-foot rows depending on spacing.

    Melon Muskmelon/Cantaloupe Hale’s Best Jumbo

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3054 - $1.99

    85 days. Talk to seasoned

    gardeners, they still swear by

    ‘Hale’s Best Jumbo’. Its 3-5-pound

    fruits are exceptionally sweet,

    thick- walled, and the seed cavity

    is small, so you can enjoy more

    delicious, mouth-watering fruit!

    Grows and stays sweet in a wide

    variety of conditions. More drought

    tolerant than other melons. This

    packet sows up to 16 mounds.

    Pea Snap Sugar Daddy Seeds

    (Large Packet)

    Item #7314 - $2.99

    66-72. Sugar Daddy has big

    improvements — stringless

    pods, shorter vines and improved

    disease resistance. Slender, 3”

    pods have a deep green color

    adding to their appeal. The short

    plants reach only 24” to 30” tall

    and don’t need support. Resistant

    to powdery mildew and tolerant

    to bean leaf roll virus. This packet

    sows three 10-foot rows.

    Pea Snow Oregon Sugar Pod II Seeds

    Pisum sativum

    Item #0035 - $1.79

    60 days. Oregon Sugar Pod II

    produces a huge number of 4”

    delicious pods that are harvested

    and eaten when the pods are flat,

    before the seed forms. Short, 28”

    vines, easy to manage. Resists

    mildew, pea virus, and common

    wilt. Excellent freezer variety.

    Grow on a trellis. This packet

    sows three10-foot rows.

    Pepper Sweet Cherry Blend

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Capsicum annuum

    Item #0211 - $1.89

    75 days from transplanting. Delicious

    fresh in salads, stuffed for a tasty

    appetizer, and ideal for canning and

    pickling. The cherry tomato-sized

    peppers can be picked and eaten while

    still green or ripened to a brilliant red

    or yellow for added color and full sweet

    flavor. Red pepper seeds are colored red, while yellow pepper seeds are natural so you can be sure which one you are sowing. This packet yields approximately 24 plants started indoors.

    Pepper Sweet Yolo Wonder

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Capsicum annuum

    Item #0057 - $1.69

    75 days from transplanting.

    Introduced in 1952 by the Campbell

    Soup Company, ‘Yolo Wonder’ is an

    open-pollinated improvement on

    the ‘California Wonder’ heirloom.

    Consistent-shaped fruit, and is

    tobacco mosaic virus resistant! Good

    leaf coverage prevents sun scald.

    This variety turns from green to red.

    This packet yields approximately 24

    plants when started indoors.

    Onion Bunching/Scallion White

    Lisbon Seeds

    Allium cepa

    Item #0031- $1.89

    60 days. ‘White Lisbon’ is a green

    or spring onion, and sometimes

    referred to as a scallion or bunching

    onion. It thrives in a wide range

    of soils, is heat and cold tolerant,

    and can be sown successively

    throughout the season. For the

    finest quality, pencil-thin onions,

    sow seed densely and do not thin

    seedlings. This packet sows

    up to 13 ft.

    Pea Snap Sugar Magnolia Seeds

    Item #0012 - $3.49

    70 days. Wow—a purple snap

    pea, tender and delicious! ‘Sugar

    Magnolia’ isn’t just a famous

    Grateful Dead song, it is also a

    beautiful, fine-flavored, ediblepod

    pea with purple flowers.

    Long hypertendrils form in the

    place of some leaves and act as

    extra sturdy supports for plants,

    creating an airy structure that

    also helps prevent mildew. This

    packet sows up to 7 ft.

    Pepper Sweet Canary Bell Seeds

    Capsicum annuum

    Item #0129 - $1.89

    72 days from transplanting.

    Sweet 3”-4”, thick-walled,

    green bell peppers ripen to

    canary yellow, adding a splash

    of sunshine to salads, sautéed

    meals, or grilled dishes. Early to

    mature, these compact plants are

    great in containers. Resistant to

    tobacco mosaic virus. This packet

    yields approximately 24 plants

    when started indoors.

    Pepper Sweet Coral Belle Seeds

    Capsicum annuum

    Item #0295 - $1.89

    75–85 days from transplanting.

    Coral Belle is a robust, bushy plant

    just 18” tall that produces 4” long,

    3½” wide sweet peppers with

    medium thick walls. Peppers start

    out green, then ripen to orange with

    sweet flavor and lots of vitamins.

    Delicious raw, stuffed and baked,

    stir-fried, or grilled. Good container

    variety and dependable performer.

    This packet yields approximately 20

    plants when started indoors.

    Pumpkin French Cinderella

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Cucurbita maxima

    Item #0170

    110 days. Also known as Rouge

    Vif e’Etampes, this French

    heirloom is a very striking

    pumpkin — deeply ridged and

    large sized: 1 to 2 feet across and

    weighing 15 - 20 pounds. It’s a

    terrific decoration whether carved

    or not, and also a delicious

    vegetable. This packet sows

    4 mounds.

    Pumpkin Jack O’Lantern Seeds

    Item #0039 - $1.89

    105 days. A superb pumpkin for

    carving! 10” tall, 10” diameter;

    10 -18 pounds; stores for

    months. See inside of packet

    for scrumptious pumpkin seed

    recipe, and read about the Irish

    myth where Jack O’ Lantern got

    its name! This packet sows 8

    mounds.

    Radish Cherry Belle

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #0042 - $1.69

    24 days. Radish is a cool-season,

    fast-maturing, easy-to-grow

    vegetable. The mild flavor and

    crisp texture of Cherry Belle

    make it a great addition to salads,

    sandwiches and snack trays.

    Great for growing in containers.

    Fun for kids to grow! An All-

    America Selections winner. This

    packet sows two 10-foot rows.

    Spinach Baby Greens (Large Packet)

    Item #7321 - $2.39

    25-30 Days. Spinach baby greens can be grown indoors at any time of year and are a nutrient-packed way to get your “green fix” in the dead of winter. Fast-growing, delicious baby spinach leaves add flavor and nutrients to salads, sandwiches,

    smoothies, and even pesto. Harvest when 2”- 4” tall and enjoy! Detailed

    sowing instructions and recipe inside packet. This packet sows up to one and a half 10” x 20” flats.

    Squash Summer Black Beauty

    Zucchini HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #0048 - $1.79

    55 days. Zucchini is one vegetable

    that just won’t quit! Dark green,

    shiny fruits with tender skin are

    very versatile in the kitchen. Can be

    steamed, sautéed, added to soups,

    omelets, and breads, made into

    relish and eaten raw in salads or

    with dip. This highly productive bush

    type plant takes up little garden

    space. See inside of packet for

    recipe. This packet sows 6 mounds.

    Squash Winter Table King Acorn Seeds

    Item #0046 - $1.89

    80 days. Nothing beats the rich,

    sweet flavor of baked acorn squash

    on a chilly, autumn day. Table King

    is great for short seasons or late

    spring sowing; it is early maturing

    for a winter squash. Compact, 4’

    vines are great for small gardens,

    and they are so easy to grow

    from seed! A 1974 All-America

    Selections winner. This packet sows

    10 mounds.

    Pumpkin Jarrahdale

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Cucurbita maxima

    Item #0197 - $2.69

    100 days. An Australian heirloom. Its silvery bluish-grey color and drum shape with deep ribbing make it perfect for ornamental autumn displays. Carve it or bake it like any other squash. Its golden to orange colored flesh is nutty, sweet, and stringless. 6 to 12 pound fruits with

    long storage capability. This packet

    sows 4 mounds.

    Radish Watermelon

    Mantanghong Seeds

    Item #0187 - $2.69

    50-60 days. The most popular of the Chinese ‘Beauty Heart’ watermelon radishes. Produces large, 3” round, mild radishes that can weigh up to 1 pound each! Slice the greenish white exterior

    to reveal a vivid, fuschia interior. Winter radishes are best sown in the late summer or fall, as short days trigger root growth. This packet sows two 6-foot rows.

    Spinach Matador Seeds

    Item #0304 - $1.89

    28-48 Days. Dark green, smooth,

    oval-shaped leaves are a versatile

    addition to the kitchen! Matador

    has great, sweet flavor as a mature

    plant, can also be enjoyed as a

    baby green in salad mixes, and

    has the perfect texture for cooked

    dishes, such as risotto. It’s a coldhardy

    plant, but can also tolerate

    warmer temperatures during the

    growing season. Slow-to-bolt, very

    productive plants. This packet sows

    up to 36 ft.

    Squash Summer Cube of Butter Seeds

    Item #0252 - $2.99

    50 days. Superb flavor raw

    or cooked. Plants are very

    productive for a continuous

    harvest. Pick squash at any size

    from small to large, and the

    fruit still has all of its tempting

    qualities. Easy to harvest because

    plants are open and have fewer

    spines than other varieties.

    Disease tolerant. This packet

    plants 3-4 mounds.

    Squash Winter Vegetable

    Spaghetti HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #0073 - $1.89

    90 days. Also called gold string

    melon, spaghetti squash is

    unique among winter squashes;

    when cooked, the flesh falls

    away from the shell in ribbons or

    strands like spaghetti, and retains

    a tender al denté texture. Savory

    rather than sweet flavor; superb

    with just a bit of butter and salt.

    Each plant yields 5 to 7 squash.

    This packet sows 6 mounds.

    Squash Winter Waltham

    Butternut Seeds

    Item #0047 - $1.89

    100 days. Winter squash gives you the perfect reason to look forward to winter! The rich, sweet flavor of butternut is incomparably delectable, with a flavor similar to that of pumpkin. Delicious roasted, baked, or made into soup. 4 to 5 fruits per plant; solid stems resist boring insects. Stores for months! This packet

    sows 11 mounds.

    Tomato Cherry Gardener’s Delight

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Solanum lycopersicum

    Item #0052 - $1.89

    65 days from transplanting Indeterminate. Pop a few of these

    sweet delights in your mouth while

    gardening! Reviews have proclaimed

    this 1950s German heirloom the best cherry tomato; extra sweet and packed with flavor. Produces many clusters of 6–12, low-acid tomatoes all summer. Vigorous vines easily reach 6’ long. This packet yields approximately 24 plants when started indoors.

    Tomato Pole Pineapple Seeds

    Item #0272 - $1.89

    90 days from transplanting.

    Indeterminate. You’ll be impressed

    with this stunning, high-yielding

    variety. Tomatoes ripen to yelloworange

    accented with hints of red

    that go through the solid, meaty

    interior of the fruit. Large, beefsteak

    type fruits yield few seeds with

    a low-acid tomato flavor Provide

    support for the tall plants and their

    heavy, 1-2 pound fruits. This packet

    yields approximately 24 plants when

    started indoors.

    Watermelon Crimson Sweet

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Citrullus lanatus

    Item #0150 - $1.79

    85 days. “Crimson Sweet is a

    high-quality old standard of home

    gardens, weighing about 20–25

    pounds with bright crimson flesh.

    With just a little care, it can be

    easily grown in northern climates;

    see inside of packet for details.

    Resistant to fusarium wilt and

    anthracnose. This packet sows up

    to 22 mounds.

    Tomato Bush Supremo Seeds

    Solanum lycopersicum (hybrid)

    Item #0294 - $3.48

    68 days from transplanting.

    Determinate. Supremo produces

    a dependable mid-season crop

    of impressively large, uniform

    tomatoes that set well even in

    heat. Supremo has an excellent

    disease resistance package that

    includes Bacterial Speck (PST) and

    Tomato Spotted Wilt virus (TSWV).

    This packet yields approximately 8

    plants when started indoors.

    Tomato Pole Oxheart Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #3167 - $1.99

    85 Days. What a name! Oxheart,

    also known as cuore di bue (Italian

    for ox heart) is so named because

    of its shape. An heirloom variety

    popular in Italy and France because

    it is dense with few seeds, cooking

    down to a robust, thick sauce.

    It can also be a star sliced fresh

    atop salad greens or paired with

    mozzarella and fresh basil leaves.

    This packet yields approximately

    20 plants.

    Tomato Pole Principe Borghese

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #0236 - $1.89

    75 days from transplanting.

    Indeterminate. This small, fragrant

    tomato can be found all over

    backyards and farmyards in Italy,

    drying right on the vine. Small,

    plum-shaped tomatoes are set in

    clusters of 6 to 8 fruits on prolific,

    6’ vines. They can be dried on the

    plant or in a vegetable dehydrator.

    This packet yields approximately

    24 plants when started indoors.

    Watermelon Sugar Baby Organic

    Seeds

    Citrullus lanatus

    Item #3131 - $1.99

    80 days. Summer never tasted so

    good! “Sugar” means delectable

    sweetness, and “Baby” means

    small enough to easily fit in the

    refrigerator! This plant produces

    an abundant crop of 7”–10”,

    8–10 pound, juicy fruit with red

    flesh. This packet sows

    9 mounds.

  • Conventional Sprouts

    Sprouts Alfalfa Organic Seeds

    (Large Packet)

    Item #7801 - $3.99

    Alfalfa sprouts are one of the

    most popular of all sprouting

    seeds. They are nutritious; high

    in protein, essential amino acids,

    digestive enzymes, vitamins,

    minerals, and (when exposed to

    light) chlorophyll. Alfalfa sprouts

    add lively flavor and texture to

    tossed salads and sandwiches.

    The culinary possibilities are

    limited only by your imagination!

    Sprouts Salad Mix Organic Seeds

    (Large Packet)

    Item #7813 - $3.99

    The beauty, texture and mingled

    flavors of these fresh sprouts will

    turn your salads into a gourmet

    experience. We put together

    this special mix to highlight the

    flavor of each component in a

    perfect balance for salads. The

    sweetness of alfalfa and red

    clover mix with a lively boost from

    the broccoli and kale.

  • Conventional Flower Seeds

    Alyssum Sweet Rosie

    O’Day Seeds

    Lobularia maritima

    Item #1185 - $1.69

    Annual. A sweetly scented

    alyssum covered with tiny rosepink

    flowers in mini-rosettes.

    Perfect for continuous color in

    rock gardens, rock walls, along a

    garden path, or spilling from your

    favorite containers. All-America

    Selections award winner, 1961.

    Deer resistant.

    Nasturtium Trailing Single Blend

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1029 - $1.89

    Annual. Single Blend nasturtiums

    bloom in shades of scarlet, gold,

    orange, and yellow single flowers.

    Their long, trailing stems can

    be easily trained up a trellis or

    fence. The edible blossoms and

    leaves taste a bit peppery like

    watercress, adding a wonderful

    kick of flavor and color to salads.

    Rabbit and deer deterrent.

    Calendula Pot Marigold Oopsy

    Daisy Seeds

    Calendula officinalis

    Item #1313 - $2.99

    Annual. Dwarf calendula with a

    profusion of brilliantly colored,

    single and double, orange, cream,

    and yellow blossoms with fiery

    orange tips. In the kitchen, the

    edible petals add bright color

    when used as a garnish, in

    salads, egg dishes, or on top of

    hors d’oeuvres. Also called Pot

    Marigold. Deer resistant.

    Cosmos Bright Lights Blend

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1049 - $1.79

    Bright Lights has very vibrant,

    bright, bold colors. 2½” flowers on

    3’ plants produce a cosmic beauty

    show from midsummer until first

    frost. Butterflies and hummingbirds

    love the nectar from the blossoms.

    Cosmos are a superb choice for

    wildflower and naturalized areas,

    as they are drought tolerant, and

    neglect is the kind of care they

    prefer! An excellent cut flower.

    Deer resistant.

    Flax Scarlet HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1265 - $1.79

    Annual. Scarlet flax is a show-off

    in the garden. Each brilliant red

    flower lasts just a day, but in

    profusion they set the garden

    ablaze with intense color. Easy

    to grow, and low maintenance,

    plants tolerate hot and dry

    conditions. Allow plants to reseed.

    This is an ornamental flax, and

    not intended for consumption.

    Hyacinth Bean Ruby Moon

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Lablab purpureus

    Item #1114 - $2.99

    Annual. This dazzling ornamental,

    grown by Thomas Jefferson, has

    stunning lilac purple flowers and

    shiny, dark purple pods that stand

    out against the purple-green

    foliage. Twining stems quickly

    climb a fence or trellis, or will trail

    across the ground for an attractive

    ground cover. Can also be grown in

    containers. Contains toxins — not

    recommended for eating.

    Black-Eyed Susan Vine Spanish

    Eyes Seeds

    Thunbergia alata

    Item #1182 - $2.99

    Annual. Cheery, sun-loving vine;

    window boxes, ground cover, on

    a trellis as a screen, in hanging

    baskets, decorating mailboxes and

    columns. Fast growing with lush

    foliage and masses of blooms all

    summer long in a dazzling, eyecatching

    array of sunset hues; the

    petals make a brilliant contrast to

    the dark, “Spanish eyes.”

    Corn Ornamental Striped Japonica

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #2038 - $2.99

    85 days. This beautiful, 5’–6’ tall,

    ornamental heirloom corn dates

    back to the mid-1800s when it

    was brought to America from

    Japan. It has green, variegated

    leaves with pink, creamy white,

    and yellow stripes and dark

    purple tassels. Great dried or as

    blue cornmeal. This packet sows

    up to 17 ft.

    Flax Blue HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1016 - $1.79

    Perennial. Charming, 1”, sky blue

    flowers open at dawn on airy

    and gracefully arching stems.

    Plants withstand summer heat,

    winter cold, poor soils, drought

    conditions, and will also grow

    in part shade. Plant in groups or

    mix with other wildflowers as

    effective erosion control. Seeds

    attract wild birds, and the flowers

    attract pollinators.

    Four O’Clock Marvel Of Peru

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1019 - $1.79

    Annual. Named for its

    characteristic of blooming after

    4pm, four o’clock flourishes

    almost anywhere including hot,

    windy spots. Excellent as an

    annual hedge. Reseeds freely.

    Wonderful in barrels, tubs, or

    other large containers. Drought

    tolerant. Deer resistant.

    Lobelia Cambridge Blue

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1076 - $1.79

    Annual. The soft, light blue flowers

    of Cambridge Blue are perfect for

    any spot in the garden, hanging

    basket, container, window box or

    border. The pale green foliage is not

    often seen because of the profusion

    of flowers which bloom from

    spring to fall. In mild winter areas,

    lobelia will grow and bloom during

    the winter. Under ideal growing

    conditions, lobelia may reseed.

    Moonflower HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1100 - $2.39

    Annual. Locate this fast

    growing vine by a porch

    column, or on a trellis under a

    window where you can enjoy

    its evening performance and

    heady fragrance. Witness the

    magnificent flowers unfold within

    2 to 3 minutes, an event worth

    inviting guests! Caution: all parts

    of this plant are poisonous.

    Nasturtium Black Velvet Seeds

    Item #1328 - $2.69

    Annual. Impressive ‘Black Velvet’

    will have the other garden flowers

    whispering in amazement! These

    edible beauties add glamorous,

    reddish-black color to salads and

    other culinary creations, or make

    eye-catching displays in gardens

    when grown with light-colored

    blooms. Attracts pollinators.

    Rabbit and deer deterrent.

    Snapdragon Magic Carpet

    Blend Seeds

    Item #1061 - $1.69

    Annual. Dwarf variety of the

    old garden favorite. With a

    lovely combination of colors, it

    adds charm when planted with

    other low-growing annuals in

    flower beds and borders. The

    perfect size for containers, or

    even hanging baskets to attract

    pollinators. Snaps do best in cool

    weather. A good cut flower.

    Deer resistant.

    Sunflower Florist’s Sunny

    Bouquet Seeds (Large Packet)

    Item #7205 - $5.49

    Annuals. Who can resist flowers

    with names like Apricot Twist,

    Lemon Sorbet, Moonshadow and

    Peach Passion? Also livening up

    this brilliant mix are Lemon Éclair,

    Stella, ProCut Orange and Lemon

    Aura. These tall plants are ideal

    for the back of the garden, or as

    a border. As pollenless hybrids,

    there’ll be no more messy pollen

    drop from your gorgeous cut flower

    arrangements.

    Morning Glory Grandpa Ott’s

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1154 - $1.99

    Annual. Grandpa Ott’s is an

    exquisite, dependable bloomer. This

    vigorous vine with gorgeous flowers

    and beautiful heart-shaped leaves

    will cover fences and trellises, trail

    on the ground, or hang from large

    baskets or containers. Self-sows

    and attracts bees, butterflies, and

    hummingbirds. Deer resistant.

    Caution: Most parts of this plant

    are poisonous.

    Nasturtium Jewel Blend Seeds

    Item #1028 - $1.89

    Annual. Add bling to your garden

    with these colorful jewels! Every

    salad should be graced with

    edible nasturtium flowers! The

    leaves are also edible. Dreary

    winter? This compact variety is

    an excellent edging plant and

    charming in hanging baskets.

    Portulaca Moss Rose Double

    Blend HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1067 - $1.79

    Annual. Low-growing plants

    create a carpet of brilliantly

    colored, 1” - 2” rose-like, double

    flowers that bloom on sunny days

    throughout the heat of summer.

    Very drought tolerant, moss roses

    need only occasional watering.

    Wonderful for dry banks and

    areas with reflected heat such as

    parking strips or along concrete

    sidewalks. Self-sows readily!

    Sunflower Dwarf Elves

    Blend Seeds

    Item #2024 - $2.39

    Annual. This may be a blend of

    shorter varieties, but it’s not short on

    selection. Large and small classic

    sunflowers, and multi-petaled

    pom-pom types will brighten your

    garden, draw pollinators, and make

    cheery bouquets to embellish your

    indoor spaces. Branching, droughttolerant

    plants will be loaded with

    sunny yellow blooms from summer

    to fall. Great in containers or as a

    short, annual hedge.

    Sunflower Snacker Seeds (Large

    Packet)

    Item #7208 - $3.99

    Annual. Each giant Sunflower Snacker

    plant can reach 8’ tall! The enormous

    yellow flowers with green centers

    average 12” across, and will produce

    about 1 pound of seeds filled with

    tasty, meaty kernels. These singlestem

    sunflowers are easy to grow in

    any sunny garden. They are drought

    tolerant and fast growing. Flowers

    begin blooming about 65 days after

    sowing; seeds will be ready to harvest

    about 4 weeks later.

    Sweet Pea Little

    Sweetheart Seeds

    Item #1208 - $2.39

    Annual. Little Sweetheart is

    not your usual vining, climbing

    sweet pea, but a dwarf, bush

    type with profuse, lightly scented,

    small flowers in red, pink, white,

    rose, purple, lilac, and blue.

    Try in hanging baskets, patio

    containers, window boxes or

    the front of a border. Attracts

    pollinators. Heat resistant.

    Deer resistant.

    Zinnia Envy HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1102 - $1.89

    Annual. Your neighbors will be

    “green” with envy when they

    see this truly unusual flower

    in your garden. Use the 3” - 4”

    wide blooms to decorate platters

    of homegrown tomatoes or

    watermelon! Heat-loving plants

    supply endless beauty and interest

    to your flowerbeds, containers and

    borders. Each individual flower lasts

    a very long time on the plant, and

    in the vase.

    Zinnia Cut & Come Again

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1196 - $1.89

    Annual. Cut these old-fashioned

    blooms for your bouquets,

    and flowers will “come again”

    producing continuously until

    fall frost. Long-lasting 2” - 2½”

    blossoms on heat-loving plants

    supply endless color for your

    flowerbeds, containers and borders.

    Each individual flower lasts a very

    long time on the plant, and in the

    vase before fading.

    Zinnia Persian Carpet

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1193 - $1.79

    Annual. Persian Carpet, also

    called Mexican zinnia or narrowleaved

    zinnia, is a reliable choice

    for beds, borders, and containers.

    With bicolored single and double

    flowers in gold, burgundy,

    cream, red, and orange, it will

    bloom throughout hot, dry

    summer weather until first frost.

    Delightful as a cut flower; attracts

    pollinators, too!

  • Conventional Herb

    Basil Italian Large Leaf

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5022 - $1.89

    Annual. There is nothing like the

    aroma of basil in the summer! There

    is no more useful herb; use in a

    number of Italian dishes. Accent

    fish, poultry and rice, add to mild

    vegetables and salads, serve with

    fresh mozzarella, or make basil

    vinegar! In a warm, south window,

    basil can grow indoors in the winter!

    A good container variety. This packet

    sows twelve 10-foot rows or 12

    successive sowings of 10-foot rows.

    Catnip HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5027 - $1.79

    Annual. Catnip is a multi-purpose

    plant. The tea is very pleasant

    with a lemon-mint flavor and

    fragrance. Along with fresh catnip

    planted in containers indoors

    year-round, catnip toys filled with

    dried leaves will provide your

    feline friends with hours of fun.

    Self-sows readily. Drought and

    heat tolerant. This packet sows

    up to 256 ft.

    Chives Chinese Garlic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5030 - $1.89

    Perennial. A very tasty and

    versatile herb used widely in

    Asian cooking. When young,

    leaves and flower buds have a

    delicate aroma, and a garlic flavor

    with hints of honey and onion.

    Plant comes back every year, is

    very attractive, drought tolerant,

    and good for containers. This

    packet sows up to 15 ft.

    Basil Lettuce Leaf

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5019 - $1.89

    Basil lovers, this is for you—the

    most productive sweet basil

    boasting leaves nearly as big as

    your hand! The light green leaves

    are more sweet than spicy, and

    full of flavor and aroma; ideal

    for pesto, lettuce alternative in

    wraps, on burger or sandwiches,

    or in a beautiful caprese salad.

    Very slow to bolt. This packet

    sows up to 20 ft.

    Chamomile German

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5028 - $1.79

    Annual. What could be more

    soothing than curling up at

    bedtime with a good book and a

    cup of chamomile tea made from

    flowers fresh from your garden?

    The flowers can also be dried for

    floral arrangements, pressed for

    crafts, or woven into charming

    wreaths, and their edible petals

    can be tossed into salads.

    Cilantro/Coriander Long Standing

    Organic HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6028 - $1.89

    Cool season annual. Cilantro has

    a thousand uses in the kitchen.

    We chose Long Standing for

    its excellent flavor, improved

    leafiness and, as the name

    infers, its slow-to-bolt quality.

    Add a sprig to chicken soup or

    add chopped leaves to Mexican,

    Caribbean, or Asian dishes.

    Can be grown indoors for fresh

    cilantro leaves year round.

    Dill Bouquet Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6030 - $1.89

    Warm season annual. Particularly

    good for pickling because of early

    and abundant seed production,

    Bouquet foliage is also delicious

    sprinkled on potatoes, tomatoes,

    salmon, spinach, cucumbers and

    lamb chops. 30”-36” tall, and

    very aromatic. Dill is an important

    host plant for caterpillars of

    swallowtail butterflies.

    Lavender English Tall

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #1156 - $1.89

    Annual. This is the tall, old

    fashioned, wonderfully fragrant

    lavender; an extremely valuable

    and easy to use household

    herb. Drought tolerant; perfect

    for rock gardens, or as a short

    hedge. Perennial to USDA zone 5,

    otherwise treated as an annual.

    Marjoram HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5034 - $1.89

    Annual. Also called sweet

    marjoram. Try substituting

    versatile marjoram for oregano

    in many popular dishes such as

    Eggplant Parmesan or pizza. You

    may be pleasantly surprised! Very

    popular ingredient in German

    sausage and herb breads. Grown

    as an annual. This packet sows

    approximately 380 Ft.

    Parsley Italian Dark Green Flat

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5038 - $1.79

    Annual. Flat-leaved parsley adds

    a fresh, tantalizing flavor to many

    foods. The flat leaves are easy

    to chop, and often preferred by

    cooks for their robust flavor.

    Considered to aid digestion.

    Can be grown indoors for fresh

    parsley year round.

    Sage Garden Broadleaf

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5040 - $1.89

    Annual. Sage’s flavor is bold

    and assertive, and considered

    very valuable as a digestive aid

    to high-fat foods, such as pork,

    wild game, and cheese. Often

    paired with stuffing, it also livens

    up vegetables, potatoes, soups,

    and stews. Drought tolerant once

    established. Deer resistant. This

    packet sows up to 16 ft.

    Hyssop Lavender Hyssop Seeds

    Item #1226 - $1.79

    Annual. Also known as anise

    hyssop and licorice mint, this

    native midwestern U.S. perennial

    is loved by hummingbirds, bees,

    and butterflies. The leaves and

    flowers make a refreshing licoricefruity

    tea, and can be tossed in

    salads. The lavender-blue flower

    spikes are lovely in fresh or dried.

    Perennial inUSDA zones 4–8. Fairly

    drought tolerant once established.

    Deer and rabbit resistant.

    Lavender Hidcote Dwarf Seeds

    Item #1053 - $1.89

    Perennial (in USDA zones 5-9).

    If you love lavender, you must

    try this variety. Very compact,

    attractive plants are slow growing

    to 12”. Lots of flower spikes

    with very dark purple, fragrant

    flowers. Excellent for making

    sachets, wreaths, and dried

    flower arrangements; makes a

    wonderful short hedge, potted

    plant, or rock garden specimen.

    Drought tolerant.

    Oregano True Greek

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5037 - $1.89

    Annual. True Greek oregano is

    the superior, true culinary type of

    oregano prized by Italian and Greek

    chefs. It is highly aromatic and

    flavorful, combining superbly with

    fresh tomatoes or tomato sauces,

    egg and cheese combinations such

    as omelets and quiche, marinated

    vegetables, meat, fish and poultry. A

    good container variety. Perennial in

    USDA zones 4-8.

    Purslane Golden Organic

    HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #6130 - $2.39

    Annual. This domesticated purslane

    with large, succulent leaves is an

    excellent source of vitamins A and

    C, a variety of minerals, and an

    excellent source of omega-3 fatty

    acids. ‘Golden’ purslane grows

    relatively tall for easier harvest.

    A good container variety, and a

    fabulous way to expand your salad

    greens selection! Drought tolerant.

    This packet sows up to 61 ft.

    Savory Winter HEIRLOOM Seeds

    Item #5064 - $1.99

    Annual. Spicy and peppery with a

    hint of thyme and mint, this rich,

    complex seasoning is especially

    delicious in rich, savory dishes. It

    attracts bees and other beneficial

    insects, and is a low maintenance

    herb that grows well in poor

    soils. Excellent container

    variety. Drought tolerant once

    established. Perennial in USDA

    zones 4–8. Deer resistant. This

    packet sows up to 71 ft.

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