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Quinoa, Apellewa

Quinoa, Apellewa (Organic)

Chenopodium quinoa. 80-95 days. The earliest maturing quinoa we have ever grown, or heard of for that matter. Even with such early ripening, Apellewa produces great yields of large, mostly white seeds. We might be biased because it is our most recent amazing quinoa find, but we really were impressed! Slightly variable, mostly cream-gold and […]

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Taiwanese Quinoa

Quinoa, Taiwanese (Organic)

Chenopodium formosanum. Easy to grow plants are similar to lambsquarters, with a unique pink coloration. Very heat tolerant. The magic happens when they grow over 6′ tall,producing beautiful long trailing flower heads. Flower heads resemble Love Lies Bleeding amaranth and similarly make great cut flowers. Late to mature seed but the plants can be cut […]

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Linares Quinoa

Quinoa, Linares (Organic)

Chenopodium quinoa. 100-110 days. One of the best candidates for western Oregon quinoa production. There has been a lot of hype about quinoa production lately with few successes on a commercial scale. Not yet anyway! Getting the right seed is the first step. Plants are 4-5′ tall. Seed head color is slightly variable, from orange […]

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Dave 407 Quinoa

Quinoa, Dave 407 (Organic)

Chenopodium quinoa. 90-100 days. Our favorite quinoa because of its unique history and excellent performance here in the Willamette Valley. Golden orange seeds. 4-5′ tall plants with seed heads that turn vivid orange when ripe. High yielding compared to other quinoa grown in low elevations. Short season. Open seed heads shed late season damp weather. […]

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Quinoa, Temuco (Organic)

Quinoa, Temuco (Organic)

Chenopodium quinoa. 100-110 days. High yielding of orange seed heads. Open head shape is less prone to molding in seed heads than other quinoa varieties. We have heard that it is the most popular quinoa in England, suggesting it does well in cool, damp climates. This variety is from Temuco in southern Chile, an area […]

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Quinoa, Chadmo (Organic)

Quinoa, Chadmo (Organic)

Chenopodium quinoa. 105-115 days. Cream-brown seed. This variety was shared with our friend, Dan Armstrong at the 2013 International Quinoa Symposium at Washington State University, who passed it onto us the following year. Out of the 7 varieties Dan trialed, Chadmo stood out for both vigor and yield. Originally from the island of Chiloé off […]

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Sorghum, Ba Ye Qi

Sorghum, Ba Ye Qi (Organic)

Sorghum bicolor. 90 days. By the far the earliest maturing grain sorghum we’ve grown. 7′ tall plants have one goal in mind and that is to make grain. Sugar content of the stalks and quantity of forage is not huge, which helps it mature grain so early. Sorghum flour is delicious and makes excellent gluten-free […]

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Seed Collections, Grow Your Own Grain (Organic)

Growing staple foods is easier than you might think! Many crops can be done on a garden scale, and require no special equipment other than a few tarps and buckets. Collection includes one packet each of quinoa, flint corn, dent corn, hulless barley, flax, and amaranth. Specific varieties included are subject to availability. 6 packets, […]

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Lambsquarter, Magenta Spreen (Organic)

Lambsquarter, Magenta Spreen (Organic)

Chenopodium giganteum. 30 days baby, 60 days full. An exciting relative of spinach, quinoa, and wild lambsquarters. The young plants have a great mild tangy flavor and shimmering magenta color in the leaf centers. Excellent in salad when young, even lightly cooked as a pot herb, stir fry green or any way spinach is used. […]

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