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  • Organic Strubbe’s Blue Dent Corn seedsOrganic Strubbe’s Blue Dent Corn cobs

    Dent Corn, Strubbe’s Blue (Organic)


    Zea mays. Dent. 90-100 days. One of the most beautiful and uniquely colored corns we have seen, with single colored ears ranging from striking turquoise to bright blue to purple-blue kernels. Strubbe’s Blue Dent Corn is perfect for making your own blue tortilla masa or cornmeal for cornbread. Plants grow to about 7′ tall and…

  • Dill, Ambrosia (Organic)


    Anethum graveolens. 35 days. An amazingly fragrant variety of dill. Heavenly in the garden and a key ingredient for many pickle recipes. You can’t have too many jars of dilly beans in the pantry. Also delicious in borscht (beet soup), and cooked with fish or potatoes. Flowers are very attractive to pollinators. We sourced Ambrosia…

  • Mt Adam's DillOrganic Mt Adams Dill seed

    Dill, Mt Adams (Organic)


    Anethum graveolens. 35 days. Dill is a must have in any garden, and Mt Adams dill is a great early-to-flower variety perfect for seed and flower production. It is also a good producer of dill leaf but not as prolific as mammoth types. Dill is a commercial crop in Washington state, where many acres are…

  • Organic Doucette d'Alger SeedDoucette d'Alger / Horn of Plenty

    Doucette d’Alger / Horn of Plenty (Organic)


    Fedia cornucopiae. 30-40 days. A delicious walnut flavored, tender salad green. Doucette d’Alger is a cousin of corn salad with larger leaves and can be used in a similar manner, however it is a hot weather loving plant that thrives in mid-summer. Flowers are an attractive lilac color that bees find highly desirable. While rare…

  • organic Echinacea purpurea seedorganic Echinacea purpurea seed

    Echinacea (Organic)


    Echinacea purpurea. Perennial in zones 3-10. North American native prairie wildflower with pretty purple daisy-like flowers that reach 3” across. Begins blooming in second year. Once common in the wild, but now mainly grown under cultivation with many varieties developed for ornamental purposes. This strain was sourced from a wild population and has been stewarded…

  • Organic Astrakom Eggplant Seeds

    Eggplant, Astrakom (Organic)


     Solanum melongena. Purple. 60 days. Astrakom is possibly the best eggplant for short season climates or for those who struggle to get the larger fruited types to produce well. Deep purple, elongated teardrop-shaped fruit are smaller and a bit earlier than Diamond. Compact plants produce lots of medium-small (about 4” long) fruit, perfect for folks who…

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    Eggplant, Diamond (Organic)


    Solanum melongena. Black. 65-70 days. Excellent standard eggplant for high yield and quality in organic growing conditions. Nice, elongated black globes are a little smaller than the hybrids but better suited for northern climates. Fairly short plants set fruit in clusters and produce well in less than optimal conditions. Diamond was our farm’s preferred variety…

  • Organic Noong Ta Klong Pea Eggplant Seed

    Eggplant, Noong Ta Klong Pea (Organic)


    Solanum torvum. Green. 90 days. We found this variety in February 2009 growing semi-wild in a village garden in Noong Ta Klong, Thailand. Used under-ripe, it is a crucial ingredient in Thai dishes including green curry and some types of chile sauces. One might consider it a spice, rather than a vegetable. Bitter and seedy, these…

  • Organic Petch Siam Eggplant Seed

    Eggplant, Petch Siam (Organic)


     Solanum melongena. Green Striped. 70 days. Small, round, green striped eggplants are the type most commonly used in Thai cuisine. In fact, Petch Siam translates to ‘Diamond of Thailand.’ Fruit grow to 2.5 – 3″, the approximate size of a tennis ball, but are best harvested at 1.5-2″, closer to the size of a ping…

  • Organic Poamoho Dark Long Eggplant Seed

    Eggplant, Poamoho Dark Long (Organic)


     Solanum melongena. Purple. 70 days. Long, slender Japanese style eggplant bred in Hawai’i for Bacterial Wilt resistance. Despite its tropical origins, Poamoho Dark Long Eggplant has been very productive in our outdoor Pacific Northwest growing conditions. Relatively tall plants produce the longest-fruited eggplants that we grow.  Many of the beautiful, shiny dark-purple fruits grow to…

  • Eggplant, Shimoda (Organic)


     Solanum melongena. Purple. 70 days. Small, oblong, brilliant dark purple eggplant form on compact bushes. The 4-6″ long fruit are best harvested small and have a nice white edging around purple stems for an attractive appearance. Skin is thinner than other eggplant varieties. This, along with a mild sweet flavor and dense flesh, make Shimoda suitable…

  • Organic Tsakoniki Eggplant Seed

    Eggplant, Tsakoniki (Organic)


    Solanum melongena. Purple and White Striped. 75 days. Purple with white streaks, this oblong eggplant is shaped somewhere between Italian and Japanese types. Tsakoniki is a Greek eggplant variety from the town of Leonidio where they have an annual festival celebrating this amazing vegetable, which is renowned for its delicate, sweet flavor and tender skin. In…

  • Elecampane, Julie's (Organic)Elecampane, Julie's (Organic)

    Elecampane, Julie’s (Organic)


    Inula helenium. Perennial in zones 3-9. One of the most highly regarded herbs of the Western herbal tradition and a very important part of the Pacific Northwest apothecary. The roots of elecampane are used for many ailments, especially respiratory issues including bronchial infections and chronic cough. We love having it in the garden because it…

  • Organic Capellina Endive seedOrganic Capellina Endive seed

    Endive, Capellina (Organic)


    Cichorium endivia. 55-65 days. The unique, fine, pointy leaves of Capellina set it apart from other frisée endives. Large mounds of frilly pointy craziness. Much hardier than other frisée types. Good flavor raw for salad mixes. Best as a spring, fall or winter harvest as it may get tip burn in the summer heat. All…

  • Organic Endive Frisée de Meaux seed

    Endive, Frisée de Meaux (Organic)


    Cichorium endivia. 60-70 days. Large-headed, triple cut frisée. While endive is sweetest in winter, this is the best frisée we offer for summer production making Frisée de Meaux good for harvest summer through winter. Big, self-blanching hearts are delicious in salad and much more frost tolerant than lettuce. It is always nice to add a…

  • Pancallieri A Costa Bianca Endive

    Endive, Pancalieri a Costa Bianca (Organic)


    Cichorium endivia.  60-70 days. A vigorous Italian endive with large heads. The leaves are long with frilly edges and great flavor. Thick, crunchy, and juicy leaf stem and midribs is what Pancalieri a Costa Bianca is about. We find it performs great in the summer heat but it’s not nearly as sweet. Cold hardy heads…

  • Organic Oaxaca Red Epazote Seed
    Organic Oaxaca Red Epazote Seed

    Epazote, Oaxaca Red (Organic)


    Dysphania ambrosioides. 60-70 days. Pungent leafy herb used in many Mexican recipes, especially good when combined with beans or soups. Oaxaca Red Epazote is a special red leaf variation of the often green-leafed plant. Perhaps most famous for its anti-flatulence properties when used in the preparation of dry beans, Epazote offers culinary benefits as well…

  • Organic Ascolana Escarole seedOrganic Ascolana Escarole seed

    Escarole, Ascolana (Organic)


    Cichorium endivia. 60-70 days. Super hardy Italian escarole for winter and spring production. Ascolana produces beautiful dark-green heads with curly edged leaves that are perfect for salad mix.  Similar leaf shape to Schiana but not as wide and wavy as Diva escarole. Ascolana has the ability to obtain a very large size and keeps very…

  • Escarole, Cardoncella Barese (Organic)Escarole, Cardoncella Barese (Organic)

    Escarole, Cardoncella Barese (Organic)


    Sweet dandelion greens! Cardoncella Barese is a variety distinct from other escaroles, as leaves are long and serrated like a giant dandelion green. Tall leaves can reach 18″ long.

  • Cornet De La Loire Escarole

    Escarole, Cornet de la Loire (Organic)


    Cichorium endivia. 70 days. Impressive, vigorous, and uniform, this escarole is great in spring and autumn. Firm, crunchy, juicy and sweet with a light nutty bitterness unique to escarole. Cornet type escaroles truly shine in late fall through early winter. When sown in late summer, Cornet de la Loire will head up and make a…

  • Diva Escarole

    Escarole, Diva (Organic)


    Cichorium endivia. 70 days. Broad-leafed Batavian type endive. Large, loose, green heads are a delicious addition to salad and also good braised or sautéed. Mild even in summer heat, its flavor develops to perfection in the late summer or autumn once nighttime temperatures cool. Diva’s broad leaves are sugary sweet with a tiny hint of…

  • EP1 Evening Primrose

    Evening Primrose, EP-10 (Organic)


    Oenothera biennis. Biennial. Produces 2″ yellow, sweetly fragrant flowers on 3-5′ tall central stalks from June to September in second year. Leaves and roots are edible, with a peppery taste. Flowers are edible and sweet, may be added to salads or used as a garnish, and are attractive to pollinators. Roots, bark, and seedpods are…

  • Organic Aprovecho Select Fava Bean Seeds

    Fava Bean, Aprovecho Select (Organic)


    Vicia faba. The legendary fava! The biggest fava bean seed we have ever seen and the taste is delicious. The giant plants yield heavily with pods containing four big green seeds each. The young leaves and shoots also make a delicious salad green. Nearly lost forever, or at least from commerce, this fava bean is…

  • Fava Bean, Ianto's Return (Organic)

    Fava Bean, Ianto’s Return (Organic)


    Vicia faba. Mostly large seeds of many colors ranging from tan, yellow, purple, lavender-tan to almost black. High culinary value and adaptive resilience — hangs tough in our winters when other fava varieties wither in the cold. Big plants form many tillers. Young leaves and shoots also make a tasty salad green. Beans can be…

  • Fava Bean, Sweet Lorane (Organic)


    Vicia faba. Small seeded favas are usually relegated to cover crop status, but Sweet Lorane was selected to have good, sweet flavor, so it’s an excellent choice for a dual-purpose crop to feed both the soil and the gardener. The flavor is excellent and is especially delicious in fava hummus. Usually sown in autumn for…

  • Fennel, Mantovano (Organic)

    Fennel, Mantovano (Organic)


    Foeniculum vulgare. 75 days. A superior bulbing/Florence fennel that placed very high out of 14 fennel varieties in the 2015 Northern Organic Vegetable Improvement Collaborative (NOVIC) taste tests. Bulbs mature in about 75 days from spring sowing but can also be summer planted for fall harvest. Bulbs hold in the field for weeks – they…

  • Fennel, Selma Fino (Organic)

    Fennel, Selma Fino (Organic)


    Foeniculum vulgare. 80 days. Another stellar bulbing/Florence fennel with an excellent sweet anise-like flavor that mellows with cooking. In organic farm trials throughout western Oregon, Selma Fino is usually the sweetest tasting. Takes about 80 days to form full-sized bulbs, however it can be harvested sooner at a smaller size. Very white bulbs are fairly…

  • Feverfew, Medicinal (Organic)


    Tanacetum parthenium. 60-70 days. Perennial in zones 5-10. This short lived perennial medicinal herb produces shrubby plants that grow to 3’ with small, non-double white flowers with a yellow center. Plants are highly fragrant with bitter aromatics that are not universally appreciated and in fact repel some insects. For this reason, it is sometimes planted…