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Victory Heirloom Seed Company - Preserving the future, one seed at a time!

"Preserving the future,
one seed at a time."

New for 2015
Vegetable Seeds
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Flower Seeds
Herb Seeds
Tobacco Seeds
Bulk & Web Only Seeds
Traditional Garden Tools
Bookstore
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Apparel
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Worm Composting
Custom Seed Favors
Late Summer / Fall Seeds

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All of our rare and heirloom seeds are open-pollinated, non-hybrid and are not treated with chemicals.


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Victory Seeds - Product Index
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Clove Gum - 5 Stick Pack
Clyde's Garden Planner
Coco Noir Starazogorski Bean
Cocozelle Summer Squash
Color Seed Favors
Colored Uprights Sorghum
Colossus Southern Pea
Columbine, Blue
Columbine, Dwarf
Comet Radish
Composting Red Worms
(1 lbs. or about 1000 worms)
Condon's Peerless Tomato
Congo Watermelon
Connecticut Broadleaf Tobacco
Connecticut Field Pumpkin
Contender Bush Green Bean
Cooper's Special Tomato
Copenhagen Market Cabbage
Coriander (Cilantro)
Corn De-Silking Brush
Corn Salad (Cornsalad)
Cornflower, Blue (Bachelor Buttons)
Cornflower, Dwarf Bachelor Button
Coronet Southern Pea
Cosmic Purple Carrot
Cosmos
Cosner Tomato
Cossack Pineapple Ground Cherry
Country Gentleman Corn
SOLD OUT
Cow Horn (Cowhorn) Okra
Coyote Tomato
Crackerjack Mix - African Marigold
Cranberry Bush Dry Bean
Cream 8 Southern Pea
Crenshaw Melon
Crest Soybean
Sold Out for 2015
Crimson Clover
Crimson Cushion Tomato
Crimson Giant Radish
Crimson Sweet Watermelon
Crosby Egyptian Beet
CT Pinkeye Purplehull Southern Pea
Cucuzzi Italian Edible Gourd
Cumin
Curry Tomato
Cutflower Mix
Cylindra Beet
Daisy, Garland
Daisy, Gloriosa
Daisy, Ox-Eye
Daisy, Painted
Daisy, Shasta
Dame's Rocket
Dandelion Digger
Danish Ballhead Cabbage
Danko Tomato
Danvers 126 Carrot
Dark Green Zucchini Summer Squash
Dark Red Kidney Bush Dry Bean
De Barao Polosatyi Tomato
Delicata Winter Squash
Delicious Tomato
Delikatesse Cucumber
Dentyne Classic Cinnamon Gum
Desiccant Packet
Dester Tomato
Detroit Dark Red Beet
Di Ciccio Broccoli
Dieckman Black Soybean
Sold Out for 2015
Dill, Bouquet
Dill, Dukat
Dill, Mammoth
Dimpled Brown Crowder Southern Pea
Dinner Plate Tomato
Dixie Golden Giant Tomato
Dixie Queen Watermelon
Dixie Speckled Butterpea Bush Lima Bean
Dixielee Southern Pea
Dot's Delight Tomato
Dr. Walter Tomato
Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomato
Drumhead Cabbage
Dryland Wildflower Mix
Dunton Family Organization Support
Durmitor Tomato
Dwarf Alyssum, Carpet of Snow
Dwarf Beryl Beauty Tomato
Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch Kale
Dwarf Candytuft
Dwarf Champion #15 Tomato
Dwarf Champion Improved Tomato
Dwarf Champion Tomato
Dwarf Emerald Giant Tomato
Dwarf Giant (Burpee's) Tomato
Dwarf Godetia
Dwarf Gray Sugar Pod Pea
Dwarf Green Long Pod Okra
Dwarf Jade Beauty Tomato
Dwarf Mr. Snow Tomato
Dwarf Purple Heart Tomato
Dwarf Siberian Improved Kale
Dwarf Summer Crookneck Squash
Dwarf White Sugar, Edible Podded Peas
Dwarf Wild Fred Tomato
Earliana Tomato
Earliosa No 6 Tomato
Early American Gardens: For Meate or Medicine
Early Bird Tomato
Early Crimson Treat Watermelon
Early Detroit No. 17 Tomato
Early Detroit Tomato
Early Fall Rapini (Broccoli Raab)
Early Frosty Garden Pea
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
Early No. 7 Spinach
Early Perfection 326 Garden Pea
Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash
Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli
Early Purple Vienna Kohl Rabi
Early Scarlet Globe Radish
Early Scarlet Southern Pea
Early White Bush Scallop Summer Squash
Early White Vienna Kohl Rabi
Early Wonder Tall Top Beet
EarPeace HD Hearing Protection Earplugs
Earth Tones Dent Corn
Earthworm Castings (gallon)
Ebony Acorn Squash
Echinacea - Purple Coneflower
Eden Gem (Rocky Ford Green Flesh) Muskmelon
Edisto 47 Muskmelon
Einfache Schnitt Parsley
Elite Southern Pea
Emerald Okra
Envy Soybean
European Soldier Bush Dry Bean
Eva Purple Ball Tomato
Evergreen Long White Bunching Onion
Evergreen Parsley
Everlasting Sweet Pea
Sold Out for 2015
Extreme Bush Tomato
Ezonishiki Soybean
Fagiolino Dolico di Veneto Cowpea
Fakel Tomato
Faribo Golden Heart Tomato
Fennel, Florence
Fenugreek
Ferris Wheel Tomato
Fioletovyi Kruglyi Tomato
Fish Lake Oxheart Tomato
Fiskeby Soybean
Sold Out for 2015
Flambeau Soybean
Flax, Blue
Flax, Scarlet
Fledderjohn Soybean
Flora-Dade Tomato
Floriani Red Flint Corn
Florida Broad Leaf Mustard Greens
Florida Giant Watermelon
Florida Market Eggplant
Florida Pink Tomato
Florida Special Tomato
Florida Speckled Pole Lima Bean
Florida Sumatra Tobacco
Fordhook 242 Bush Lima Bean
Fordhook First (Burpee's) Tomato
Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard
Forget-Me-Nots
Forget-Me-Nots, Chinese
Four O'Clocks (Marvel of Peru)
Foxes Spearmint Roll Candies
Foxes Wintergreen Roll
Foxglove
Freezonian Pea
French Breakfast Radish
Frisée Endive
Fruit Flavored Chiclets Gum - 12 Piece Pack
Full Heart Batavian Endive (Escarole)
Fun Dip Lik-M-Aid - 1.5 oz. Multi-pack
Garden Huckleberry
Garden Marking Pen
Garden Peach Tomato
Gardening Apron, Victory Seed Company
Gardening for Profit by Peter Henderson
Gardening With Heirloom Seeds: Tried-and-True Flowers, Fruits, & Vegetables for a New Generation
Garrison Tomato
Garrisonian Watermelon
Gayfeather
Geant Vert Soybean
Georgia (Southern) Collards
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon
German Giant Radish
German Johnson Tomato
German Yellow Stripe Tomato
Giant Belgium Tomato
Giant Heart Climber Tomato
Giant Nobel Spinach
Giant Prague Celeriac
Giant Southern Curled Mustard Greens
Giant Winter Spinach
Gill's All Purpose Tomato
Gion Soybean
Giroc Tomato
GL 2216/18 Soybean
Glacier Tomato
Glamour Tomato
Glass Gem Corn
Globe (Burpee's Globe) Tomato
Glory of Enkhuizen Cabbage
Glovel Tomato
Gogoshary Tomato
Gold Nugget Tomato
Golden Accordion Tomato
Golden Acre Cabbage
Golden Ball Turnip
Golden Bantam Sweet Corn
Golden Bantam, Improved 12-Row Corn
Golden Bison Tomato
Golden Burley Tobacco
Golden California Wonder Bell Pepper
Golden Delicious - Winter Squash
Golden Dwarf Champion (Burpee's Golden Dwarf Champion) Tomato
Golden Pascal Celery
Golden Self Blanching Celery
Golden Wax Improved (aka Topnotch) Bush Snap Bean
Good & Plenty Licorice Candy - 1.8 oz box
Grande Soybean
Grandma Rose's Italian Pole Bean
Grandpa Charlie Tomato
Great Lakes 118 Lettuce
Great Lakes 659 Head Lettuce
Great Northern Bush Dry Bean
Greater Baltimore Tomato
Greek Pepperoncini Pepper
Green & Gold Dent Corn
Green Arrow Pea
Green Curled Ruffec Endive
Green Doctors Tomato
Green Giant Tomato
Green Globe Artichoke
Green Grape Tomato
Green Ice Lettuce
Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli
Green Striped Cushaw Squash
Green Zebra Tomato
Greencrop (Green Crop) Bush Green Bean
Greenwave Mustard Greens
Greenwood Tobacco
Grey Zucchini Summer Squash
Greybelle Watermelon
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7/9/15 - Sow Seeds Now To Increase Your Garden's Productivity - We trust that your Spring garden harvest was bountiful, but there is no reason to start putting it to bed for the winter; Not quite yet. Mid to late summer is an ideal time to sow your fall garden. In most areas of North America, you can grow a “second season” of your favorite cool-season vegetables. In areas that receive warmer, mild winters, your options are enviable to those of us living in Northern climes. Now is the time to take advantage of some of the best growing weather of the year. We are currently mailing out orders within 1 to 3 business days. Be sure to check out all of the New for 2015 varieties. Thank you for continuing to support our historical research and seed variety preservation work with your orders.

Mini FAQ

Every year, people from all over the world send us their interesting and prized seed varieties. Although our grow out schedules are tight, we do fit in quite a few "new" varieties each year. We eventually trial them and make as many as possible available to gardeners.


Catalog Info

If you would like to order a printed copy of our Spring 2015 catalog, you can learn more by clicking here. Doing so will get you added to the mailing list for the next edition. For a printable PDF copy of our order sheet, along with more information about mail orders, click here.