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Muscade
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Easy to grow, it does best in early spring when temperatures are still cool. Harvest at finger size for best texture and flavor. Watering prior to harvest makes pulling easier. Sow thickly in rows 1 foot apart or broadcast in 1 to 1-1/2 inch wide raised...
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Rapini
Prices start at : 1.25 USD

Plants grow 24- to 30-inches tall and produce bright-green shoots and leaves that are crisp and flavorful. Seedlings may be set out two weeks before the last frost. Space 15-18 inches apart, allowing at least 2 feet between rows.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Amish Snap (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

The Amish Snap Pea ( Pisum sativum ) is an ambitious climber (5-6 ft. Sow in spring, no deeper than one inch and 2-3 inches apart in all directions. For bush types, space rows two feet apart; space climbing varieties in rows three feet apart or in double...
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Double Yield (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

They can be trellised if space is limited. Sweet, dependable and crunchy! Certified organic, and ready for harvest in 50-60 days. Each packet contains approximately 25 seeds. Cukes grow up to 10-inches long, but are best when picked around 5- to 6-inches.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Diamond
Prices start at : 1.45 USD

Tasty and popular — rarely bitter! (70 days) Learn about Growing Eggplant here. Plants prefer full sun and fertile soil with lots of organic matter. To harvest large fruits, remove most of the side shoots and select two or three fruits to develop on...
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Rooster Spur (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

Harvest fruits early and often — the more you pick the more they will produce. Peppers grow best when temperatures are warm and need substantial heat to set fruit. Most varieties can be eaten when green or under-ripe, however, the flavor improves as...
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Black Cherry
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Planting and Harvesting Tips: Start indoors and transplant to the garden after the last frost date. Choose a sunny location and provide plants plenty of room by spacing two feet apart in rows separated by five feet.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Summer Crookneck (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

In short-season climates, start indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost date. Long, but the bumpy skin will develop on fully mature plants. Legendary production; CERTIFIED ORGANIC.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Golden Garbanzo
Prices start at : 2.55 USD

Sow 1 inch deep and 2-4 inches apart in rows 18-24 inches apart. We're still deciding whether we like them better fresh or dried! 65 days to maturity. Planting and Harvesting Tips: Plant directly into rich, fast draining soil in spring after the soil...
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Dr. Wyche\'s Yellow (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

Each packet contains approximately 25 seeds. Planting and Harvesting Tips: Similar to tomatoes, start indoors and transplant to the garden after the last frost. Kept in their husks in a brown paper bag, fruits will last a month or more — often until...
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Sikkim
Prices start at : 2.2 USD

They can be trellised if space is limited. (65 days) Learn How to Grow Cucumbers here. Each packet contains approximately 25-35 seeds. Flavorful both raw or cooked, this unique heirloom is native to the Himalayas.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Calabrese
Prices start at : 2 USD

Heirloom Calabrese Broccoli ( Brassica oleracea ) is a popular market variety with compact heads that can reach up to 8-inches in diameter. Start indoors 4-6 weeks prior to desired transplanting date.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Star of David (Baker Creek)
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Transplant outside after the soil has warmed to 65˚ to 75˚F. Productive plants grow 5- to 8-ft tall and have large hibiscus-like flowers. Planting and Harvesting Tips: Start indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost of spring.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Black Seeded Simpson
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Planting and Harvesting Tips: Plants require partial shade in warm climates, rich, well-drained soil and regular water. Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce ( Lactuca sativa ) was first introduced in the late 1880s and is cherished for it's sweet and tender,...
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Early Hanover (Baker Creek)
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Scrumptious pale green fruits weigh 2- to 3-pounds and are ready for harvest in 75 days. May also be planted in hills, two per hill, with the hills spaced 2-3 feet apart. In short-season climates, start indoors one week before the last frost date.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Scotch Bonnet
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Fruits can be greenish, yellow or red, and produce abundantly in 100 days. Start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost or, depending on your climate zone, sow directly in the garden after the soil has warmed.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Martino\'s Roma (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

Choose a sunny location and provide plants plenty of room by spacing two feet apart in rows separated by five feet. Also great for salsa! These dimpled treasures are ready for harvest 75 days from transplant.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Thessaloniki
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Planting and Harvesting Tips: Start indoors and transplant to the garden after the last frost date. Choose a sunny location and provide plants plenty of room by spacing two feet apart in rows separated by five feet.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Bok Choy, Ching Chang
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Chinensis ) has deep, rich green leaves with creamy white stalks. Space plants 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 18 to 24 inches apart. To harvest, pinch or cut the leaves just above the soil surface and allow to grow back.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Grandpa Admire\'s (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

Planting and Harvesting Tips: Plants require partial shade in warm climates, rich, well-drained soil and regular water. Large, brightly colored leaves have a reddish tinge and are of excellent quality.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Chinese Yellow
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Sweet, smooth and crunchy, they're a tasty slicing variety and make the perfect pickle. They can be trellised if space is limited. Supply plenty of moisture and keep plants mulched to prevent soil from drying out between waterings.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Udumalapet (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

The flesh is firm and sweet, making this heirloom a perfect meaty addition to baked dishes. Space plants 18-24 inches apart in raised beds or double rows 2-3 feet apart. Transplant outside after the soil has warmed.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Golden Wax
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Sow 1 inch deep and 2-4 inches apart in rows 18-24 inches apart. Perfect for canning, freezing, or just plain fresh eating; ready in 55 days. Planting and Harvesting Tips: Plant directly into rich, fast draining soil in spring after the soil has warmed.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Amarillo
Prices start at : 1.9 USD

A great market variety that stores well. Harvest at finger size for best texture and flavor. Watering prior to harvest makes pulling easier. Sow thickly in rows 1 foot apart or broadcast in 1 to 1-1/2 inch wide raised beds.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Japanese Pickling
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Plants prefer full sun and fertile soil with lots of organic matter. Note: Japanese pickles — known as tsukemono — are made from preserved vegetables and used as a condiment (or side dish) to add color and flavor to meals.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Provider
Prices start at : 2 USD

Planting and Harvesting Tips: Plant directly into rich, fast draining soil in spring after the soil has warmed. Sow 1 inch deep and 2-4 inches apart in rows 18-24 inches apart. Look for firm, sizable pods and pinch off with your thumbnail and fingers.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Blue Jade (Organic)
Prices start at : 2 USD

Sow 1 inch deep, 8 to 12 inches apart. The steel-blue kernels are plump, sweet and very good. Planting and Harvesting Tips: Plant this warm-season vegetable directly into the soil two weeks after your average last-frost date.
  • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
United States
Illinois
Lipstick
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost or, depending on your climate zone, sow directly in the garden after the soil has warmed. Allow 1-1/2 feet between plants in all directions; provide support for varieties that grow over one foot tall.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois
Tam Dew
Prices start at : 1.55 USD

Sow in place two weeks after the last frost and space 2-4 feet apart in rows 5-10 feet apart. May also be planted in hills, two per hill, with the hills spaced 2-3 feet apart. Cut from vines with at least one inch of stem attached.
  • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
United States
Illinois