Adaptive Seeds


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  • Adaptive Summer Lettuce Mix

    Adaptive Seeds Summer Lettuce Mix (Organic)

    Lactuca sativa. 28 days baby.

    Features varieties that have performed well in our hot weather lettuce trials. Includes crisphead, romaine, oak leaf, and butterhead varieties, making this mix work well for head lettuce or cut-and-come- again salad mix production. We recommend this mix for summer sowings in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Delicious Diversity Mesclun Mix

    Delicious Diversity Mesclun Mix


    One of the easiest ways to celebrate diversity is to put it in your salad mix. This is our chosen salad mix for most of the year – except the hottest months. Mixed for deliciousness & beauty, with colors ranging from dark red to vivid green. Also very hardy for winter harvest, although best covered in extreme weather. Due to different seed sizes & maturity dates, this mix is recommended for the home garden. Includes: Mizspoona; Russian Frills Kale; Rainbow Chard; Tuscan Arugula; Luck Dragon Pak Choi; Endive; Escarole; Mustard; many types of Lettuce; AND more!

  • Amaranth Alliance

    Mix, Amaranth Alliance (Organic)

    Amaranthus sp. 65-75 days.

    A fun and beautiful way to explore amaranth diversity. Mix contains flower and grain types in a rainbow of colors, with several reds, plus pink, green, bronze, and bi-colors in the mix. Very ornamental — a festive backdrop for the garden. Equal parts Coral Fountain, Green Cascade, Love Lies Bleeding, Oeschberg, Rio San Lorenzo, and Sunset Goldilocks. All leaves and most seeds in this mix are also edible. This is a physical mixture and not a genepool.

  • mix birdfood bonanza

    Mix, Birdfood Bonanza


    Grow a garden for your feathered friends! Mix contains millet, sunflowers, lettuce, cosmos, and mustard. We have at times joked that our efforts are for the birds. Quite literally in this case! Sow in spring for a progression of seeds your backyard birds will love. We have been known to plant catch crops of some of these as a way to keep the birds from eating our actual seed crops.

  • pollinator party

    Mix, Pollinator Party


    Plant this mix at the edges of your garden to feed pollinators and invite beneficial insects of all kinds. Blooms in the mix start early with cilantro and dill and continue through frost. Several of these crops provide good bird food, too. Mix includes sun flowers, zinnias, tithonia, coreopsis, cilantro, fennel, parsley, dill.

  • summer salad mix

    Summer Salad Mix (Organic)


    Heat-tolerant greens that will add a refreshing kick to summer salads. Mix includes amaranth, Munich Purslane, Buck’s Horn Plantain, lambsquarters, chard, as well as summer lettuces, endives, and more. Unlike the Delicious Diversity Mesclun Mix, there are no brassicas in this one. Due to different seed sizes and maturity dates, this mix is recommended for the home garden.