Victory Seeds®

Rare, Open-pollinated & Heirloom Garden Seeds

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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
Grain Seeds
Flower Seeds
Herb Seeds
Tobacco Seeds
Bulk & Web Only Seeds
Traditional Garden Tools
Bookstore
Hard Goods
Apparel
Themed Gardens & Kits
Composting Redworms
Custom Seed Favors

Need to get serious . . . Victory Gardening.


No GMOs Here!

We are an early signer of the Safe Seed Pledge

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


Liberal, Oregon



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Victory Seeds - Product Index
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Pink Accordion Tomato
Pink Beauty Radish
Pink Lipstick Swiss Chard
Pinkeye Purple Hull BVR Southern Pea
Pinkshipper Tomato
Pinto Bush Dry Bean
Plain or Common Parsley
Plains Coreopsis
Planter's Jumbo Muskmelon
Plum Lemon Tomato
Podorok Fei Tomato
Poinsett 76 Cucumber
Pointed Garden Hoe
Polish Dwarf Tomato
Polish Tomato
Pollinator Insect Wildflower Mix
Ponderosa Tomato
Popped Culture: A Social History of Popcorn in America
Poppy, California
Poppy, Lauren's Grape
Poppy, Red Corn
Porter Tomato
Potato Leaf Tomato
Potato Scrubbing Brush
Potomac Pole Green Bean
Précocibec (Precocibec) Tomato
Premier Kale
Primrose Gage Tomato
Primrose, Common Evening
Principe Borghese Tomato
Pritchard (Scarlet Topper) Tomato
Prizehead Leaf Lettuce
Prizewinner Bean
Promise (or 1898) Half Runner Bush Green Bean
Pronto Beet
Provider Bean
Pruden's Purple Tomato
Prue Tomato
Pure Ketchup: A History of America's National Condiment
Purple Beauty Bell Pepper
Purple Dove Bush Bean
Purple Plum Radish
Purple Top White Globe Turnip
Queensland Blue - Winter Squash
Quickpick Pinkeye Southern Pea
Rainbow Swiss Chard (Five Color Silverbeet)
Rattlesnake Pole Green Bean
Red Acre Cabbage
Red Bartender Radish
Red Broom Corn
Red Burgundy (Bermuda) Onion
Red Calypso Bush Dry Bean
Red Creole C5 Onion
Red Currant Tomato
Red Garnet Amaranth
Red Giant Mustard Greens
Red Grape Tomato
Red Mammoth Fodder Beet
Red Nightfall (aka Mayflower) Bean
Red Pear Tomato
Red Ripper Southern Pea
Red Romaine Lettuce
Red Russian Kale
Red Russian Tobacco
Red Strawberry Popcorn
Red Stuffer Tomato
Redfield Beauty Tomato
Reid's Yellow Dent Corn
Resistant Cherokee Wax Bush Snap Bean
Rhinish Pickle Cucumber
Riggins Stick Pole Green Bean
Ringmaster White Sweet Spanish Onion
Rio Zape Bean
Rocket Larkspur
Rocky Mountain Beeplant
Roma II Bush Green Bean
Roma VF Tomato
Romanesco Broccoli
Romano Pole Green Bean
Rose Balsam
Rose Style Plant Markers - 5 each
Rosella Purple Tomato
Rossa di Treviso Radicchio
Rossa di Verona Radicchio (Italian Chicory)
Rouge d'Hiver Romaine Lettuce
Round Zucchini Summer Squash
Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
Royal Red Cherry Tomato
Royalty Purple Pod Bean
Rozovyi Gigant Tomato
Rozovyi Izumnyi Tomato
Ruby Leaf Lettuce
Ruby Onion
Ruby Queen Beet
Ruby Red Swiss Chard
Russian Red Tomato
Rutgers Tomato
Ryegrass, Annual
Sadandy Southern Pea
Sage
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2/12/15 - Countdown to Spring! - Although some areas are already starting to plant their gardens, most of us are still in the throws of winter and our gardening activities restricted. Now is the perfect time to plan and order your seeds. Many of the rarer varieties sell out quickly so early ordering is encouraged. Be sure to check out all of the New for 2015 varieties.  We are currently mailing out orders within 2 to 4 business days. 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 2014 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.