Plant Good Seed Seed Packs (Assorted Varieties, Mostly Organic - see descriptions)

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Plant Good Seed Assorted Variety Seed Packs

Ojai, California

Organic Certified when noted by Oregon Tilth

 

(note: Seed pack art may vary between All Good Things / Plant Good Seed - same company, same seeds, just different pack art) 

 

ARUGULA

The standard Arugula (Eruca sativa) with that classic spicy flavor. Long, deeply-lobed dark leaves are easy to harvest for bunching. Spicy flowers are excellent in salads. Sow it thick for multiple cuts, or give each plant a little space for large, bunching leaves. Hardy re-seeder. Best sown in spring or autumn, as hot weather will cause fast bolting.

21 days baby leaf, 40 mature. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

600 Seeds / Pack 

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BLACK MAGIC BACHELOR BUTTON

Bachelor buttons (Centaurea cyanus) are easy to grow, drought tolerant flowers also known as cornflowers. This particular variety is a deep purple maroon and makes a striking addition to bouquets or can be eaten in salads or on desserts. When planted out in the spring, bachelor buttons will bloom through late spring until early summer, and sometimes even until September if the old flowers are removed. If old blooms are left in the garden, they will naturalize and grow for you again the following year. Plants reach two to three feet in height.

70-90 days to flower. Annual.

80 Seeds / Pack

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 BASIL, GENOVESE

Genovese Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is an heirloom variety developed in Italy that’s the go-to for making pesto. Round, lush leaves on proud, tall plants. The plants can survive multiple cuttings throughout the season once established. In warmer climates, start seedlings early in the greenhouse and transplant as soon as frost danger has cleared at rather close spacing (2-4 inches). Plants will grow slower in the cooler spring weather but will have enough foliage to harvests by May. Thin the plants back to more ideal spacing for summer growth and enjoy your first harvests before summer has even begun.

Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

200 Seeds / Pack

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BASIL, HOLY BASIL RAMA TULSI

Rama Holy Basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum) is the most well known variety used in Indian Ayurvedic herbalism, where it's known as "tulsi." Rama Holy Basil also has been traditionally used in Thai cuisine. Stout plants produce highly aromatic leaves with an earthy basil scent, with undertones of licorice and clove. The fastest of the three varieties we offer in our catalog.

80 days from seed for leaf harvests. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

 

200 Seeds / Pack 

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BEET, EARLY WONDER

Early Wonder Tall Top (Beta vulgaris) is a fast-producing, heirloom beet variety that can go from seed to a baseball-sized beetroot in two months flat (when spring sown). The greens are harvestable in five to six weeks and closely resemble red chard, with long, easy-to-pick. Roots have a delicious flavor that’s to be expected with a workhorse heirloom.

Beets are a biennial crop. Early Wonder will produce harvestable leaves in approximately 45 days and roots in 60 days when seeded under ideal conditions
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

100 Seeds / Pack

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BEET, TOUCHSTONE GOLD

An improved open-pollinated yellow beet (Beta vulgaris) that produces deliciously sweet round roots and lush, edible tops. Touchstone Gold is a perfect sell for people who are on the fence with beets.

60 days from seed. Biennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

125 Seeds / Pack

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BORAGE / STARFLOWER

Borage (Borago officinalis) is a Mediterranean shrub that’s easy to grow in a diverse range of soil types and climates. The leaves are edible, although the star shaped blue purple flowers are what this plant is known for. The delicate blossoms can be harvested and are commonly eaten fresh or added to salads. Plants reach approximately three feet in diameter when mature. A beneficial insect attractor for all sorts of pollinators both large and small. Will readily reseed at the end of the season.

50-60 days from seed to harvestable flowers. Annual. 
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

50 Seeds / Pack

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BROCCOLI, DI CICCO

An Italian heirloom broccoli (Brassica oleracea) that produces a medium sized green central head and sustained side shoots.

Broccoli is a biennial crop that produces edible shoots 50-90 days from seed under ideal conditions.

Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

 

150 Seeds / Pack

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CABBAGE, GREEN EXPRESS

Green Express is a quick hitting green cabbage (Brassica oleracea): open-pollinated, uniform, reliable, and fast to production. Small to medium sized heads on compact plants. A great compliment to mid to late season cabbages - pair it with our Red Express Cabbage for a colorful gardening and culinary composition.

100 days from seed. Biennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

150 Seeds / Pack

 

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CABBAGE, RED EXPRESS

A fast-growing cabbage (Brassica oleracea) variety that produces dense purple cabbage heads approximately 2-3 pounds in weight - often more. This is our go-to variety for our farm, especially during the late fall and early winter months when everything grows slower. Smaller plants mean they can be planted in a denser fashion, so this is definitely a great variety if you are a gardener working with limited growing area.

100 days from seed. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

150 Seeds / Pack

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CALENDULA, SHERBET MIX

Sherbet Mix (Calendula officinalis) is a farm-grown landrace that features a multitude of shades, textures and colors. A lot of the classic orange and yellow blossoms, but also lighter pastels with variegated petals. This is a great all-purpose variety for both ornamental and culinary uses.

70 days to bloom. Hardy re-seeding annual. 
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

60 Seeds / Pack

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CARROT, DANVERS 126

Danvers 126 (Daucus carota) is a dependable no-frills heirloom carrot perfect for production on small farms. It's sweet and crisp for fresh eating and creamy and succulent when roasted or in soups. An archetypal carrot in shape: blocky shoulders; 8-10" steeply-tapered roots; bright orange color; strong, tall tops for easy harvesting. Danvers 126 is very adaptable to different soil conditions, producing well even in tighter clay soils. We grow this carrot year-round in Ojai, and are very excited to be offering this wonderful variety to you!

70 days. Biennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

400 Seeds / Pack

 

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CAT GRASS, IVAN'S

If you observe cats roaming in the great outdoors, chances are you will occasionally find them munching on grasses. "Cat Grass" is actually a catch-all for any number of domesticated grain grasses, which cats typically munch on well before their seeding stage. Of course, each cat has their own idiosyncratic preferences, but in the absence of any wild grasses, our cat grass blend works wonders. Our blend is named after our Maine Coon Ivan, who readily munches on this whenever we plant it. It's equal parts barley (Hordeum vulgare), oat (Avena sativa), rye (Secale cereal) and wheat (Triticum aestivum). Plant densely in contained areas wherever cats are likely to discover it.

25 days from seed to cat-snackable foliage. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

300 Seeds / Pack

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CALIFLOWER, SNOWBALL

This heirloom cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) is “self blanching,” meaning the heads retain their snow white nature without the need to tie the top leaves together to keep the curds protected from light. Plants are compact and are faster growing than many modern varieties.

Cauliflower is a biennial crop that will produce harvestable heads approximately 70 days from transplanting seedlings or 100 days from direct seeding.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

150 Seeds / Pack

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CELERY, TANGO

An open pollinated celery (Apium graveolens) with a vigorous, upright growth profile and a good amount of heat tolerance.

Celery is a biennial crop that will produce harvestable stalks and leaves within 90 days of seeding under ideal soil conditions.

250 Seeds / Pack
 
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CHAMOMILE, GERMAN
 
German Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is the classic variety so commonly found in tea blends and attractive to beneficial pollinators of all kinds. A very easy to grow plant that’s not picky about soil and nutrient requirements; water it regularly and it makes a beautiful addition to any garden. Harvest blossoms by hand, or invest in a chamomile rake to make larger harvests more feasible. The leaves can also be used in tea. Plants easily reseeds following their early flowering period. Plant once and leave around and expect more the following year.

Chamomile is an annual plant that will flower approximately 75 days when sowing under ideal soil and climate conditions.
 
1000 Seeds / Pack
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CHARD, RAINBOW

Rainbow (Beta vulgaris) is our own blend of red, pink, white, and yellow chards. Each color in this mix has its own uniqueness, with subtle flavor and texture differences. Chard is easy to grow and performs well year round in milder winter climates, but it's an especially appropriate summertime green where temperatures turn other leafy greens like kale and collards bitter. Plants have an upright growth habit makes for easy harvesting, especially for braising mixes. Rainbow is sure to add color to your garden or farm community supported agriculture shares.

30 days baby leaf, 60 days full size. Biennial.

80 Seeds / Pack

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CHIVE, STANDARD

Standard or common chives (Allium schoenoprasum) are fine-leaved onion family perennials grown for their foliage, which can be used finely minced and cooked or as a raw garnish. Plants also produce large purple flowers attractive to many beneficial garden insects. Highly productive; once established, a few plants will serve most gardener’s needs.

90 days from seed to first harvests. Perennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

275 Seeds / Pack

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CILANTRO, CORIANDER

Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) is an important culinary herb in Latin and Asian cuisines. Both the leaf and the seed (coriander) are used to flavor dishes and are popular with farmers and home gardeners alike. Can be cut nearly to the ground two or three times, or leaf-picked for a sustained harvest. Allow this friend to bolt, and watch in amazement as the beautiful white flowers draw in the good bugs from seemingly out of nowhere. Then, eat the seeds.

50 days to leaf. 125 days to seed. Re-seeding annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

150 Seeds / Pack
 
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COLLARD, VATES

A great all-purpose collard (Brassica oleracea) that produces smooth, medium sized dark green leaves that are easy to harvest.

Collards will produce harvestable leaves approximately 75-80 days from seeding under ideal conditions. 

150 Seeds / Pack

 

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CORN, ZANADOO

This is an important open-pollinated corn variety for those who are serious about the ethos of organic farming and gardening. Plant breeder and farmer Jonathan Spero from Lupine Knoll Farm has developed this sweet corn variety for seven years, and the result is an extremely productive, sweet and vigorous open pollinated corn. Here’s Jonathan’s description of his variety: “Zanadoo has a mixture of white and yellow kernels and we are finding this bi-color is promising to be a little sweeter than the single color white Anasazi cross corn. About 82 days to maturity with mostly 14 rows of big deep kernels on 7 1/2" long, wide diameter cobs. Robust flavor, long husks give good ear protection. 2 ears per 6 1/2' tall plant. Selected to produce without high fertility levels and without coddling.”

Zanadoo reflects the best of organic crop improvement and we are proud to offer this high quality sweet corn in our catalog. This is a true workhorse variety.

80-90 days from seedling to harvest. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

30 Seeds / Pack

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CUCUMBER, MARKETMORE 76

Marketmore 76 (Cucumis sativus) is the most popular open-pollinated cucumber variety for market farmers and home gardeners alike. Plants bear seven to nine-inch dark-green fruits that are crisp and mildly sweet. Skins are relatively smooth, having tiny, soft spines that rub off quite easily. Fruits resist bitterness even in hotter summer conditions. non-bitter even in hot condition. Plants are resistant to multiple diseases, including angular leaf spot, anthracnose and mildews.

70 days. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

35 Seeds / Pack 

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DILL, MAMMOTH

The tallest dill variety we know of, Mammoth (Anethum graveolens) grows up to five feet tall! A popular culinary herb, the leaves can be used fresh or dried. This variety is excellent for market growers wanting sustained yields of succulent leaves. Dill seed is also essential spice for pickling and mammoth provides big yields of seed following giant, beautiful flower umbels. A winner on all fronts.

50 days leaf. 90-100 days seed. Annual.

Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

100 Seeds / Pack

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EGGPLANT, BLACK BEAUTY

Black Beauty (Solanum melongena) is the quintessential heirloom eggplant. Plants grow 2-3 feet and provide sustained production of large glossy, deep purple-black fruits with the perfect mixture of firmness and sponginess we expect from an eggplant. The plants are incredibly hardy once established: we've had them thrive in 105+ degree temperatures on our farm and withstand several light frosts throughout the autumn. In our Mediterranean climate, we've harvested fruits as late as December.

100 days. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

50 Seeds / Pack

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KALE, LACINATO

Lacinato (Brassica oleraceae), also known as Dinosaur, Black Tuscan, or Toscano Kale is an eighteenth-century Italian heirloom and easily the most recognizable and popular kale today. Plants form dark green, deeply savoyed leaves on tall, upright stalks make for easy harvesting. Baby leaves are great raw in salad mixes; more mature leaves hold up well to cooking in soups and stews and make excellent kale chips.

40 days baby leaf, 60 days mature. Biennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

300 Seeds / Pack

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LAVENDER, VERA

Also known as True or Common Lavender, this strain of Lavendula angustifolia is considered the reference for the species. While colloquially described as "English" lavender, the species is actually native to Spain. It produces lush purple flowers with a slightly open profile. Lavenders bloom prolifically after one year of establishment, and if spring sown can often provide a small flush of blossoms in their first year. Lavendula angustifolia is the hardiest of all lavenders, so this one is good for climates that have harsher winters.

Harvest flowers after 120 days. Perennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

100 Seeds / Pack

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LETTUCE, CSA MIX

This mixture is composed of four lettuce (Lactuca sativa) varieties: two leaf types (Red Sails, Black Seeded Simpson) and two headed (Freckles Romaine and Parris Island Romaine). The beauty of this mix is its dynamism. While we primarily grow and harvest the plants for bagged lettuce, it's possible to sow seeds a bit thicker, harvest the leaf varieties, and keep the romaine types for full sized heads. It's a good all-season selection, due to the staggered growth rates of the specific varieties: the faster growing Black Seeded Simpson and Red Sails are perfect for early harvests in the summer (but grab them fast, because they bolt quicker in the heat), while the romaines get their time to mature for full head harvests. During cooler seasons, the leaf varieties are slower to bolt and can be harvested for full sized heads, while the romaines work excellently for baby leaf harvests.

Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

500 Seeds / Pack

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LETTUCE, GREEN SALAD BOWL

An old school green lettuce (Lactuca sativa). Open head formation, medium sized wavy, light green leaves. Super productive and vigorous; a 1952 All American Selection that’s just as vital today.

30 days baby leaf. 60 days head. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

500 Seeds / Pack

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LUPINE, ARROYO

Arroyo Lupine (Lupinus succulentus; also known as hollowleaf annual lupine, arroyo lupine, or succulent lupine) is a nitrogen fixing annual flower native to our Mediterranean climate and prevalent throughout California, Mexico, and Arizona. The gorgeous lavender-violet purple plumes attract a variety of beneficial insects. This species is quite easy to grow and is frequently used as an ornamental or for cut flower bunches. Drought tolerant but performs even better with consistent watering.

100 days from seed to flower. Annual.

75 Seeds / Pack

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MINT, SPEARMINT

Spearmint (Mentha spicata) is a perennial, rhizomatous plant that grows well in most temperate climates. It will tolerate anything from full sun to full shade but its vigor and tenderness will be determined by the amount of water it receives. Once established, spearmint is very low maintenance and is a must have for all culinary herb gardens. Fresh or dried leaves are delicious as tea.

60 days. Hardy perennial. 
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

400 Seeds / Pack

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OREGANO

Oregano (Origanum vulgare) is a perennial culinary herb plant. Its fresh or dried foliage leaf foliage is a staple addition to countless cuisines; it can also be used for tea and is part of numerous herbal remedies. While native to the Mediterranean and Eurasian regions of the world, Oregano is definitely at home in most temperate parts of the world. Can be grown in part shade and will overwinter in colder winter climates as long as freezes aren’t prolonged. Plants form small, dark green fuzzy leaves that grow both upright and crawl via their roots. Cutting back plants stalks after they start setting seed will encourage more leaf production in a single season. One plant is ideal for a home garden’s culinary needs.

Oregano is perennial and will produce harvestable leaf material approximately 60-90 days from seed started in ideal seasonal conditions. 
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

300 Seeds / Pack

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PARSLEY, ITALIAN FLAT LEAF

Flat Leaf Italian Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is an easy-to-grow culinary herb, widely cultivated in Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. Dried or fresh, it is an essential spice for soups and stews, meat and vegetable dishes. Parsley is an extremely nutritious food high in vitamins A and C, folic acid, and antioxidants. Eat it straight from the garden fall through spring when it's the sweetest and most delicious.

75 days. Biennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

200 Seeds / Pack
 
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PEAS, SUGAR SNAP

Sugar Snap (Pisum sativum) is a super-sweet snap pea, to which all other snap pea varieties are compared! Tall vines to over six feet must be trellised for support. Big yields of three inch long pods over a long harvest period. Whole pods can be eaten fresh or cooked. Harvest frequently to prolong production.

60 days. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

30 Seeds / Pack

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PEPPER, CHINESE GIANT RED BELL

The most productive heirloom sweet red bell pepper (Capsicum annuum) we've grown, with a history dating back to early 1900s America. Plants produce thick walled fruits four to six inches in diameter and ripen from green to red. Unlike many market hybrids, these bell peppers are crisp and sweet in flavor and strike a good balance with some field hardiness (resistance to sun damage).

Peppers are annual crops that will produce fruit approximately 100 days from seeding under ideal conditions.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

30 Seeds / Pack
 
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PEPPER, JALAPEÑO
 

Jalapeño (Capsicum annuum) is probably the most popular and familiar hot pepper. Originally from Mexico, jalapeño is now recognized worldwide as a versatile culinary pepper that is rich in flavor with a good amount of heat. Can be harvested when green and only gets spicier as it ripens red. Easy to grow and prolific.

70 days from transplant. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

40 Seeds / Pack

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PUMPKIN, NEW ENGLAND PIE

New England Pie (Cucurbita pepo) is the classic pie pumpkin. Plants yield four to six fruits per plant weighing four to six pounds each. Fruit flesh has a sweet flavor and ideal texture for making pumpkin pies. Leaf foliage is more resistant to squash bugs and cucumber beetles than other winter squash types.

110 days. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

35 Seeds / Pack

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RADISH, CHERRY BELLE

Cherry Belle is an archetypal radish (Raphanus sativus) variety: fast-growing, luscious red round roots one to three inches in diameter with a perfect flavor balance between crisp, sweet and spicy. Young tops can be stir-fried or added to soups. We've always been fond of growing the Purple Plum Radish on our farm, but this Holland-based heirloom tends to perform more consistently, especially in warmer weather or during erratic climate swings.

30 days from seed. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

125 Seeds / Pack

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SAGE, CULINARY / GARDEN

Garden Sage (Salvia officinalis), also known as Common or Culinary Sage, is a staple in the herb garden. Fresh or dried, Sage is a wonderful herb for flavoring meats and eggs of any variety. Beautiful lavender flowers in summer attract beneficial insects and pollinators. Unmistakable aroma.

75 days. Hardy perennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

60 Seeds / Pack

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SPINACH, BLOOMSDALE LONGSTANDING 

A productive heirloom spinach (Spinacia oleracea) that performs well in spring, fall and even warm winter climates. Dark green, savoyed leaves. That can be picked individually or harvested as whole plants. Mature leaves are ideal for cooking, and baby leaves can be used in salad mixes.

40-50 days from seed to baby leaf production. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

300 Seeds / Pack

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SQUASH, WALTHAM BUTTERNUT

Butternut (Cucurbita moschata) is easily one of the most recognizable winter squash varieties today, and it all began with this heirloom. In the late 1940s a farmer named Charles A. Leggett experimented with winter squash breeding in his modest fields. His results are this highly recognizable bell-shaped strain that has typically produces four-to-five-pound fruits and has incredible creamy flesh and edible light-tan colored skin. Leggett presented the variety to agricultural specialists in Waltham Field Station, and the rest is history. The strain remains productive - three to five fruits per plant can be expected under ideal conditions - and due to its size, matures quicker than many other winter squash strains. Here in Southern California we plant in July for early autumn harvest. In cooler climates, plant as early as June 1st.

110 days from seed. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

25 Seeds / Pack

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SUNFLOWER, RUSSIAN MAMMOTH

This heirloom sunflower (Helianthus annuus) was originally introduced to the states in the 1880s, and is still the most popular sunflower around. Russian Mammoth towers over the garden with thick stocks that grow up to heights of up to 12 feet, with flowering heads and yellow blossoms that can reach up to two feet in diameter and attract a great deal of attention from bees and other pollinators. As flowering heads mature they become loaded with large, delicious seeds. This crop can also be used for crop biomass generation - desiccated stalks add a great deal of carbon to any compost pile.

80 days from seed to flower. Annual

25 Seeds / Pack

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THYME, ENGLISH

Thyme (Thymusvulgaris) is a staple culinary herb that is easy to grow and beautiful. This low-growing herb adds delicious flavor to meats or vegetables, and is a classic seasoning in Italian cooking.

90 days. Hardy perennial.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

300 Seeds / Pack

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TOMATILLO, PURPLE

This purple heirloom (Physalis ixocarpa) is delicious as it is beautiful. Sweeter than the classic green tomatillo. Vigorous, sprawling vines with prolific yields of deep, dark violet fruits! Harvest fruits when the papery, outer husk has split and dried, and the fruit's skin is dark in color. This variety is delicious eaten fresh off the vine! An easy-to-grow, rare variety.

80 days. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

50 Seeds / Pack

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TOMATO, BLACK CHERRY

These eye-catching “black” heirloom tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum) are actually closer to mahogany in color, with blushes of red and purple. Plants produce fruits the size of grapes with a complex flavor palette that should be expected. Indeterminate. A good tomato for backyard gardeners and flavor enthusiasts, but serious growers might want to double plantings to ensure yields for the marketplace.

100 days from seed to fruit production. Tomatoes are typically grown as annual crops but are actually perennials that can be grown year round in zones 10 and above.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

50 Seeds / Pack

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TOMATO, CZECH BUSH TOMATO

A squat, quick growing determinate tomato (Solanum lycerpersicum) that requires very little upright trellising. Sturdier bushes than Sasha's Altai and prolific yields of red fruits four to six inches in diameter. This is a great sauce tomato; a fair amount of acid content and a slight sweetness. We were really impressed by its performance on our farm. A definite workhorse.

Fruits approximately 90 days from seed and 70 days from transplanting. Annual
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

50 Seeds / Pack

 

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WATERMELON, SUGAR BABY

An heirloom watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) that has an important role in today's small organic gardens and farms. Sugar Baby is red-fleshed, black seeded watermelon that produces fruits ours produced fruits anywhere from 4-6 pounds with a light to dark green striped rind. Fast growing and perfectly sized: perfect for distributing in Community Supported Agriculture shares.

90 days from seed. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

 40 Seeds / Pack
 
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ZINNIA, THUMBELINA 
 

These cheerful ornamental flowers (Zinnia elegans) are fast growing and long blooming, and the stout nature of this variety makes it ideal for growers with constrained space, such as urban or container gardeners. However, Thumbelina works great in the field too - we grow it on our farm and add bunches to our Community Supported Agriculture shares. Plants flower with pink, red, and yellow blossoms - often in pastel shades - and thrive in hot summer temperatures.

60 days to flower from transplant. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

200 Seeds / Pack

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ZUCCHINI, BLACK BEAUTY

An early, extremely productive heirloom zucchini (Cucurbita pepo) introduced in the United States in the late 1950s that still has a role to play today: this is the ideal variety for backyard and urban gardens. Plants produce the archetypal slender green fruit that we've come to expect from zucchini. It has a bush-like habit, but it has been known to travel. When planting be considerate of future growth and provide ample spacing.

As with all zucchini varieties, harvesting the fruits consistently prolong the production and life span of the plant. In the height of the growing season when the fruits grow extremely fast, we harvest twice a week: one "maintenance" harvest, and then another a couple days later for our Community Supported Agriculture shares. With the proper care and planting consideration, zucchini plants can last all season - and beyond, in some cases.

60 days to fruit production from transplant or 70 days when direct seeded. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

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