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Dwarf Essex Rape, Brassicas
Prices start at : 150.00 USD / 100 Pounds

Canola (Brassica napus): Cool season, broadleaf, upright and spreading growth habit Uses: Chicken Forage, Deer Attractant, Forage Ready to pasture 6-8 weeks after sowing. A cabbage related plant that is a perfect grazer! Dwarf Essex Rape is a perfect...
  • Days To Maturity: 56
  • Form: Seed
  • categories: Cover Crop
  • Life Cycle: Annual
  • Weight: N/A
  • Size: 100 Pounds
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
California Blackeye #46, Cowpea Seeds
Prices start at : 8.00 USD / 1/2 Pound

California Blackeye #46 plants are more erect than California Blackeye #5. Try with for maximum Nitrogen fixation. Bred by the UCLA and released in 1987. Similar to California Blackeye #5 but with smaller seeds.
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  • Zones: 3
  • Breed: Open-pollinated
  • Broadcast Rate per Acre: 70-120 lbs.
  • Form: Seed
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Mammoth Red Clover, Legumes
Prices start at : 375.00 USD / 100 Pounds

Red clover may be the best choice for frost seeding; it is extremely cold hardy and does well in most soils and growing conditions. Uses: Bees & Beneficial Insects, Chicken Forage, Compaction Control, Deer Attractant, Erosion Control, Forage, Green Manure,...
  • Seeds Per Pound: 247,600
  • Life Cycle: Biennial
  • Broadcast Rate per Acre: 5-15 lbs.
  • Sub Type: Clover
  • categories: Cover Crop
  • Botanical Name: Trifolium pratense
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Barkant Forage Turnip, Brassicas
Prices start at : 400.00 USD / 100 Pounds

Ideally suited for grazing and it is common to obtain 4-6 tons of dry matter per acre of this high-energy feed. Turnips have a high leaf to stem ratio and and provide very high concentrations of protein, sugar content and leaf yields.
  • Sow Depth: 1/2"
  • Broadcast Rate per Acre: 10-15 lbs.
  • Seeds Per Gram: 461
  • Seeds Per Pound: 206,600
  • Dimensions: N/A
  • Life Cycle: Annual
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Austrian Winter Pea, Legumes
Prices start at : 135.00 USD / 100 Pounds

Austrian Winter is a great cool season legume for cover crops, wildlife and winter grazing! Sometimes called “black pea” and “field pea” is a cool-season, annual legume with good, nitrogen-fixing capabilities.
  • Seeds Per Pound: 3,100
  • Best Time to Sow: March-April, September-October
  • categories: Cover Crop
  • Dimensions: N/A
  • Seeds Per Ounce: 194
  • Broadcast Rate per Acre: 120 lbs.
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Philadelphia
Crimson Clover, Legumes
Prices start at : 275.00 USD / 100 Pounds

Winter annual protects and improves soil! Plant fall or early spring. Inter-seeds well with grass. Showy crimson blooms in late spring are an excellent source of nectar for bees. A good nitrogen fixer (70-150 lbs per acre per year).
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  • Days To Maturity: 70-90
  • Form: Seed
  • Broadcast Rate per Acre: 22-30 lbs.
  • Seeds Per Ounce: 5269
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Philadelphia
Zipper Cream, Cowpea Seeds
Prices start at : 8.00 USD / 1/2 Pound

Cowpeas

    • Life Cycle: Annual
    • Germination: 3
    • Plant Height: 24-36" inches
    • Sub Type: Cowpeas
    • categories: Cowpeas
    • Packet: 1 Ounce
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    Philadelphia
    California Blackeye #5, Cowpea Seeds
    Prices start at : 5.00 USD / 1/2 Pound

    Try with for maximum Nitrogen fixation. You can use these as green shell peas or dry like winter beans. This pea plant is high yielding, vigorous and easy to grow.
    • Seeds Per Ounce: 150
    • Botanical Name: Vigna unguiculata L.
    • Packet: 1 Ounce
    • Seeds Per Pound: 2400
    • Germination: 3
    • Breed: Open-pollinated
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    Philadelphia
    Black Crowder, Cowpea Seeds
    Prices start at : 8.00 USD / 1/2 Pound

    Try with for maximum Nitrogen fixation. Black Crowder cowpea is a high yielding variety of long pods. The green pods are easy to shell. The peas themselves have a deep purple color when first shelled which then turn black when dried.
    • Seeds Per Ounce: 150
    • Botanical Name: Vigna unguiculata L.
    • Broadcast Rate per Acre: 70-120 lbs.
    • Life Cycle: Annual
    • Seeds Per Pound: 2400
    • Plant Height: 24-36" inches
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    Philadelphia
    Toscano Basil
    Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

    • Ease of Germination: Easy
    • Duration: Annual
    • When to Sow: Spring/Anytime
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    Philadelphia
    Chinese Senna
    Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

    Ht. 30-90 cm/1-3 ft.X5385 (Jue-ming-zi) Excellent laxative: safe and effective for chronic constipation. Also used for high blood pressure, headaches, and dizziness. Promotes clear vision, and relieves swelling, soreness and redness of the eyes caused...
    • Botanical Name: Cassia tora
    • Ease of Germination: Easy
    • When to Sow: Spring
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    Philadelphia
    Osmin Basil
    Prices start at : 3.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

    Height 50cm/20”. Leaves somewhat smaller than Rubin basil and less prone to lean. Darkest of the purple basils.
    • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Beverage/Aromatic/Industrial
    • Duration: Annual
    • When to Sow: Spring/Anytime
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    Philadelphia
    Purple Ribbon Lavender
    Prices start at : 7.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

    Ht. 35-40cm/14-16. Stunning in flower beds! Flowers the first season if started early (Jan-Feb). Lovely variety with large purple wing-like bracts resting upon a sea of dark purple flowerheads.
    • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Aromatic
    • Duration: Perennial
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    Philadelphia
    Sweet Marigold
    Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

    (Mexican tarragon; Mexican marigold) Sweet-smelling leaves and flowers with a flavour similar to tarragon. Golden yellow flowers. Makes a stimulating tea. In warm areas where French tarragon will not grow, this is an excellent substitute.
    • When to Sow: Spring
    • Botanical Name: Tagetes lucida
    • Uses: Culinary/Beverage/Aromatic
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    Philadelphia
    European Elder
    Prices start at : 2.50 USD / Seeds / pkt

    (Common Elderberry) Source of fruit for elderberry wine, pie and jelly, possesses extraordinary powers as a virus and bacteria fighter. It is hardier than its American cousin, surviving in the far north, and throughout Europe and even parts of north Africa.
    • Botanical Name: Sambucus nigra
    • When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
    • Ease of Germination: Difficult/Special Treatment Required
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    Philadelphia
    Oopsy Daisy Calendula
    Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

    Ht. 20-30cm/8-12in. (Pot marigold) Compact variety with bicolored flowers ranging from pale creamy orange to deep gold. Fresh flower petals are excellent in salads and can be used to make medicinal creams.
    • When to Sow: Spring
    • Botanical Name: Calendula officinalis 'Oopsy Daisy'
    • Duration: Annual
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    Philadelphia
    Tamarind
    Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

    Poultice of fresh leaves helps reduce swellings and boils and relieves pain. Tropical fruit and timber tree used widely in the food, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries. Cooling tea made from leaves is useful for fevers, dysentery and morning sickness.
    • Botanical Name: Tamarindus indica
    • Ease of Germination: Easy
    • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Industrial
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    Philadelphia
    Buckwheat
    Prices start at : 2.50 USD / Seeds / pkt

    Well known as a grain, cover crop and beeplant; not so well known is its medicinal value. The infusion made from the flowering tops is high in rutin which combats arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries and veins).
    • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal
    • Botanical Name: Fagopyrum esculentum
    • Duration: Annual
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    Philadelphia
    Albino Beet
    Prices start at : 3.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

    Something different to try in the garden. Hill up the soil around the beets as they grow to keep them from turning green. The completely white beets won't ever stain your clothes or your tablecloth! This heirloom beet from Holland has a delicious, sweet...
    • Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris 'Albino'
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    Philadelphia
    Alfalfa Seeds
    Prices start at : 8.49 USD / 8 oz

    Delay the aging process. Some plant steroids found in the sprouts have anti-irritant characteristics which help to lessen arterial lipidosis. You can sprout alfalfa seeds by following 5 simple steps: Enjoy your home-made sprouts! Protect from cancer.

    1g

      •  Certified Kosher by Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
      •  Country of Origin: Italy
      • Total Carbohydrate: 1g
      • Calories: 6
      • Protein: 1g
      • Sodium: 2mg
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      Ladino Clover, Legumes
      Prices start at : 175.00 USD / 25 Pounds

      Ladino is the most popular white clover in the USA! Ladino clover has a high nutritive value and palatability make it a popular choice in pasture mixtures. It is not deep rooted, and will not tolerate much drought.
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      • Botanical Name: Trifolium repens
      • Life Cycle: Perennial
      • Seeds Per Gram: 1482
      • Size: 25 Pounds
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      Philadelphia
      Magnus Echinacea
      Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Seeds / pkt

      Beautiful European variety with rose-purple petals that don't droop as much as wild echinaceas. Excellent longlasting cutflower. Was proclaimed the Perennial Plant of the Year for 1998.
      • Botanical Name: Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'
      • Uses: Medicinal
      • Duration: Perennial
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      Philadelphia
      Scotch Broom
      Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

      Flowers and stems are used to produce greenish-yellow and olive dyes. Restores normal rhythm to feeble, irregular heartbeat but large doses cause respiratory paralysis. Infusion of the dried tops is recommended for dropsy as well as bladder and kidney...
      • Uses: Medicinal/Industrial/Poisonous!
      • Ease of Germination: Moderate
      • Duration: Perennial
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      Philadelphia
      Indigo
      Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

      Ancient dyeplant known for the clarity and fastness of the blue produced. A blue sediment will form which is the dye. Fresh herbage (strongest when in flower) is steeped in water for 12-48 hours with frequent stirring.
      • Uses: Medicinal/Industrial
      • When to Sow: Spring
      • Botanical Name: Indigofera tinctoria
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      Philadelphia
      Henbane
      Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

      Henbane has been used as an instrument of assassination and murder since antiquity, most famously in Shakespeare's play Hamlet: “Upon my secure hour thy uncle stole,/with juice of cursed hebona in a vial.” Gerard's (1633) says “the leaves, seed...
      • Botanical Name: Hyoscyamus niger
      • Ease of Germination: Easy
      • When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
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      Philadelphia
      Gecofure Basil
      Prices start at : 3.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

      The breeder's choice of variety name 'Gecofure' is an unimaginative contraction of 'GEnovese COmpatto FUsarium REsistant'. Perfect for pot production. Excellent uniformity, aroma and flavour.
      • Uses: Culinary/Beverage/Aromatic
      • Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum 'Gecofure'
      • When to Sow: Spring/Anytime
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      Philadelphia
      Sweet Trefoil
      Prices start at : 2.75 USD / Seeds / pkt

      Young seedlings as fresh greens with oil and salt.X6554 Near relative of fenugreek. Also to flavour bread, soups, potato dishes and to make an aromatic tea. Powdered leaves and flowers used in Switzerland to flavour and colour Schabzieger or Sapsago cheese.
      • Botanical Name: Trigonella caerulea
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      Cumin
      Prices start at : 2.50 USD / Seeds / pkt

      Requires a long warm growing season; should be started indoors in colder climates. Seeds are important in many international cuisines, including those of India and Mexico. Used in soups, cake, bread, cheese, and is a standard ingredient of commercial...
      • Ease of Germination: Easy
      • Uses: Culinary/Industrial
      • When to Sow: Spring
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      Philadelphia
      Climbing Nasturtium
      Prices start at : 2.50 USD / Seeds / pkt

      Young leaves make a pleasant pepper substitute in pepper-restricted diets. Climber with strong vines up to 2m/6ft high; for trellises, fences or poles. Immature green seeds can substitute for capers, and in tossed salads flowers add an interesting touch.
      • Duration: Annual
      • Botanical Name: Tropaeolum majus
      • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Beverage
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      Philadelphia