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  • Organic Astrakom Eggplant Seeds

    Eggplant, Astrakom (Organic)

    $4.35$72.00

     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)

    $4.35$68.00

    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 Poamoho Dark Long Eggplant Seed

    Eggplant, Poamoho Dark Long (Organic)

    $4.35$72.00

     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…

  • Organic Capellina Endive seedOrganic Capellina Endive seed

    Endive, Capellina (Organic)

    $4.35$124.00

    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)

    $4.35$124.00

    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)

    $4.35$124.00

    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 Ascolana Escarole seedOrganic Ascolana Escarole seed

    Escarole, Ascolana (Organic)

    $4.35$124.00

    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)

    $4.35$124.00

    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.

  • Diva Escarole

    Escarole, Diva (Organic)

    $4.35$124.00

    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…

  • Fennel, Mantovano (Organic)

    Fennel, Mantovano (Organic)

    $4.35$204.00

    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)

    $4.35$76.00

    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…

  • Organic Cascade Ruby Gold Flint Corn Seed

    Flint Corn, Cascade Ruby-Gold (Organic)

    $4.35$125.00

    This has become the corn of legends. Perfect for our taste buds and Pacific Northwest climate, it is difficult to describe without sounding overzealous. Not only does this variety produce the tastiest polenta and cornmeal we have ever tried, but it was bred just across the valley from us by our friend Carol Deppe in Corvallis, Oregon. An 8-12 row flint corn related to Abenaki and Byron flint. It brings the best traits from both combining the general awesomeness of Abenaki minus the pale yellow ears, and from Byron, the wonderful gold-orange color and excellent husk coverage. Ears are smaller than Abenaki. Throw in some more genius selection by Carol and you get a flint corn that makes bright gold polenta with pretty red flecks that quickly became a hot seller. Each plant will produce one of many options of single color ears ranging from bright-yellow, maple-gold, red-orange to deepest red. Separate out the colors for cooking and get a range of delicious and distinct flavors from one crop. Find out more in Carol’s book, The Resilient Gardner.

  • Organic Green Onion Ton Hom Nuan seed
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    Green Onion, Ton Hom Nuan (Organic)

    $4.35$28.00

    Allium fistulosum. Green Onion / Scallion. 65 days. A unique bunching onion from Thailand. Ton Hom Nuan green onion surprised us in its ability to produce tons of small green onions that are perfect for soups, stir frying, and sprinkling into salads. Unlike many Japanese negi type bunching onions, Ton Hom Nuan tend to hold…

  • Organic White Spear Green Onion Seed

    Green Onion, White Spear (Organic)

    $4.35$60.00

    Allium fistulosum. Green Onion / Scallion. 60 days. Andrew’s favorite green onion! Dependably produces beautiful bunches of green onions. Upright growth with no flopping, vigorous and easy to clean. So perfect that you don’t even need to cut the tops off. Bright green leaves and white bottoms are tall yet stocky. We have been selecting…

  • Organic Hot Pepper Chimayo SeedOrganic Hot Pepper Chimayo Seed

    Hot Pepper, Chimayo (Organic)

    $4.35$46.00

    Capsicum annuum. Medium Hot. 65 days. Famous New Mexico chile from the farming town of Chimayo in northern New Mexico, at 5,900′ elevation. Medium hot, 3-5” long fruit are probably the earliest Southwestern chile to ripen to red. Thin skinned and easy to dry. In our opinion, Chimayo is in the running for best tasting…

  • Hot Pepper, Gabi Hot Wax (Organic)

    Hot Pepper, Gabi Hot Wax (Organic)

    $4.35$46.00

    Capsicum annuum. Mild/Medium Hot. 75 days. Yellow-lime colored peppers ripen to orange then dark red. The mildest of all of our hot peppers, but still pretty hot. 50% – 80% larger than typical Hungarian Hot Wax peppers. Extremely productive, even in cool, outdoor conditions and keeps very well once picked. When green, the flavor is…

  • Organic Maria Nagy's Transylvanian Hot Pepper seedsOrganic Maria Nagy's Transylvanian Hot Pepper seeds

    Hot Pepper, Maria Nagy’s Transylvanian (Organic)

    $4.35$46.00

    Capsicum annuum. Hot. 70 days. Strong plants produce large cayenne-shaped red hot peppers. A classic heritage type Transylvanian hot pepper that is early to produce fruit and is quick to ripen. Looks like a cayenne but it tastes altogether something different. It is hard to describe, but it has a very rich Transylvanian flavor. The…

  • Organic Sanora Anehiem Pepper seed

    Hot Pepper, Sonora Anaheim (Organic)

    $4.35$52.00

    Capsicum annuum. 75 days green, 90 days red. Sonora Anaheim pepper is a large, slender, mild chile bred for processing into salsa, canned chile, and taco sauce. If you want to bring in big, heavy yields of mild chiles, this is the variety for you. Straight, smooth, tapered fruit are about 1.5″ – 2” wide…

  • Kale, Baltic Red (Organic)

    $4.35$24.00

    Brassica oleracea. 65 days. Sturdy 2′ tall plants have medium-sized finely curled, red leaves. The whole plants turn a deep purple red, especially after frost. Good yields and very hardy. Mildly flavored leaves turn dark green when cooked. Baltic Red is really quite gorgeous and a great choice for an “edimental,” an edible ornamental. One…

  • Kale, Bear Necessities (Organic)

    $4.35$200.00

    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. A finely serrated frilly kale with a tender texture making it suitable for salad mix at all stages of growth. A great cold tolerant variety that is mild, very sweet and adds a lot of volume to salad mix. Larger leaves are also good for bunching and…

  • dazzling blue lacinato kale

    Kale, Dazzling Blue Lacinato (Organic)

    $4.35$64.00

    We’ve finally found a Lacinato/Dino/Italian type kale that’s special enough to add to our catalog. We present to you Dazzling Blue Lacinato, a kale that really lives up to its name. Captivating blue-green leaves on vibrantly purple stems with that classic Lacinato leaf shape and all of the flavor.

  • Kale, Madeley (Organic)

    $4.35$64.00

    Brassica oleracea. 30 days baby, 60 days full. An extremely vigorous flat leaf, heirloom green kale from England. Hardy, tender and sweet. This kale frequently outgrows every other kale we plant in the summer, and out-produces most other kales through the winter as well. Multiple growth tips produce plentiful sprouting kale raab in spring to…

  • Kale, Russian Frills (Organic)

    $4.35$54.00

    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. An extremely frilly red Russian type. Appears to have frills on frills upon frills. Seems to be more resistant to aphids and heat than other kales. Good for making high volume bunches easily. Also great for salad mix before the frills start truly frilling. A reintroduction of…

  • Organic Russian Hungar Gap Kale seed

    Kale, Russian Hunger Gap (Organic)

    $4.35$64.00

    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. Red Russian type with broader leaves, lighter red coloring and more jagged leaf edge. Very hardy and extremely rare. Possibly the most vigorous napus kale, it looks very healthy all winter. As the name suggests, bolting in the spring is weeks later than other kales, filling the…

  • Kale, Western Front (Organic)

    $4.35$200.00

    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. A selection made by Tim Peters of Peters Seed and Research in Oregon for the most cold hardy kale available. Tim selected Western Front from the 10% of survivors of hard freezes that killed most other kales, including Scotch, Russian and Siberian types. It has some variation,…

  • Superschmelz Kohlrabi

    Kohlrabi, Superschmelz (Organic)

    $4.35$33.00

    Brassica oleracea. 60-80 days. Instead of the usual variety description, and because we are in love with kohlrabi and The X-Files, Sarah has written a mini-ode to Superschmelz. Enjoy. Oh Superschmelz Kohlrabi, how I adore thee. The best part of broccoli (the stem) – at least to me. I didn’t think it possible, but somehow…

  • Leek, Liège Giant Winter

    Leek, Liège Giant Winter (Organic)

    $4.35$116.00

    Allium ampeloprasum. Large, hardy winter leek with dark blue-green leaves. Some plants have purple hue to leaves during cold weather. An old heritage variety from Liège (Luik in Flemish), a province of eastern Belgium. Variety given to The Seed Ambassadors Project in 2007 by Belle Epoch Seed Company, Belgium.

  • Leek, Pancho (Organic)

    $4.35$116.00

    Allium ampeloprasum. Excellent, quick maturing summer leek. Blue-green color with beautiful broad leaves. Pancho Leek is known for its speed, as it can be sown in March and harvested in August. A great variety for organic farmers that was nearly lost from the trade when hybrid leek seed arrived. It is just as good, if…