New Varieties Added and Back in Stock for 2014

This is a listing of the "new" items that we added to our seed collection and offered to our gardening friends during for the 2014 gardening seasonIt is preserved here for historical purposes.  For the most recent list of "new" varieties, click here.
Products (Total Items: 97)
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Affinis Tobacco
Shades of pinks, pale purple, red, cream and occasionally blue.
$2.95
Al-Kuffa Tomato
Compact, indeterminate plants. Small (2-4 oz.), red, globe-shaped fruits.
$2.95
Allsweet Watermelon
Large, oblong fruits up to 30 pounds. Sweet, firm, bright red flesh.
$1.95
Alpha Pink Tomato
Beautiful, smooth-skinned, up to14 oz., pink in color.
$2.95
America Spinach
Long-standing type. Slow to bolt, and resistant to heat and drought.
$1.95
An Dunscaja Soybean
Tan in color with a black "saddle" that sometimes nearly encircles the entire seed.
$3.25
Autumn King Carrot
Very cold tolerant. Large bright-orange roots.
$2.25
Barese Swiss Chard
Grown for baby greens. Excellent in salad. Very early.
$1.95
Basil, Licorice or Thai
Excellent in traditional Asian cuisine.
$2.45
Beer Friend Soybean
Early maturing. Prolific producer of large green seeds. Excellent for edamame.
$3.25
Bergin Bean<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2021</b>
A family heirloom from Mississippi. Excellent flavor. Beautiful.
$2.95
Black Eyebrow Soybean
Mdium-sized, brown colored seeds with black saddles around the eyes.
$3.25
Black Mexican Sweet Corn
Used early as sweet corn but allowed to mature, can be used dried for meal.
$3.25
Black Pearl Soybean
Large, green at the edamame stage and black at maturity.
$3.25
Blackeye Soybean
Short plants with large green seeds
$3.25
Bountiful Bean
Very productive. Released in 1898. Excellent fresh, canned or frozen.
$2.45
Brun Matif Rouest Soybean
Semi-determinate plants. Seeds are uniform, medium sized, and dark brown.
$3.25
Burpee's Quarter Century Tomato
Compact plants with oblate-shaped, red, smooth and crackless tomatoes.
$2.95
Caserta Summer Squash
Early, bush-type, cylindrical, creamy flesh, skins that are light-green with dark-green stripes.
$2.25
Century Tomato
Heavy producer. Beautiful smooth skinned, red slicing type.
$2.95
Clevelandii Tobacco
Beautiful, white, trumpet-shaped blooms appear as early as three weeks after transplanting.
$2.95
Colored Uprights Sorghum
Colors can include reds, browns, golds, blacks, burgundies and many shades in between.
$2.75
Coronet Southern Pea
The plants are upright and compact. 62 days to green shell stage.
$2.45
Crimson Giant Radish
Crimson to scarlet skinned in color, globe to top-shaped, tender, crisp, and mild.
$1.95
Dieckman Black Soybean
The seeds are round, medium-sized and glossy black in color.
$3.25
Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomato
One of the best yellow beafsteaks available. Meaty, firm textured, and excellent flavored.
$2.95
Durmitor Tomato
Beautiful, smooth, red, globe-shaped, large cherry type fruits.
$2.95
Dwarf White Sugar Snow Peas
Pods are sweet, tender and harvested just as peas begin to develop.
$2.35
Early Frosty Garden Pea
A good home garden and fresh market variety good for fresh eating or freezing.
$2.35
Early No. 7 Spinach
Large, dark-green leaves. Resistant to Downy Mildew and Cucumber Mosaic Virus.
$1.95
Early Perfection 326 Garden Pea
A good table variety that holds it color well when processing.
$2.35
Earth Tones Dent Corn<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2021</b>
Earth-tone colors that include shades of gold, bronze, mauve, pink, green, browns, blues and many shades in between.
$2.95
Fiskeby Soybean
Extremely early, extremely tolerant of adverse conditions. Great choice for the North.
$3.25
Flambeau Soybean
Seeds are small to medium-sized, greenish-yellow in collor with black eyes.
$3.25
Floriani Red Flint Corn<br><b>SOLD OUT until 2022</b>
The staple polenta corn for the Valsugana Valley near Trento, Italy.
$3.25
Florida Market Eggplant
Vigorous plant growth with large purple, bell-shaped fruits.
$1.95
Florida Special Tomato
Red, oblate, nine ounce, firm and meaty fruits.
$2.95
Florida Sumatra Tobacco
Shade grown and used to make excellent quality cigar wrapper leaves.
$2.95
Frisée (Frisee) Endive
Loose heads of frilly, finely cut leaves. Excellent salad green.
$1.95
Geant Vert Soybean
Seeds are large, pale green with black eyes, oval shaped, and medium in size.
$3.25
Giant Winter (Gigante d'Inverno) Spinach
Large smooth leaves, very tolerant of cold temperatures.
$1.95
Glass Gem Popcorn
Absolutely amazing! The translucent, multicolored kernels shimmer and shine like gemstones.
$3.25
Glovel Tomato
Fruits are are pink in color, weigh up to 1 pound, firm, and mild in flavor.
$2.95
Grande Soybean
Large, yellow with tan eyes and are used for edamame.
$3.25
Green & Gold Dent Corn
Quite unique. Popular with fans of John Deere tractors and the Green Bay Packers.
$2.95
Grignon 18 Soybean
Beans are red-brown in color and contain 43% protein.
$3.25
Hakucho Soybean
Can be ready for edamame as early as 65 days.
$3.25
Hatsutaka Soybean
Light green with black eyes, and contain 41% protein.
$3.25
Hei Pi Qing Rang Soybean
Seeds are black with green interiors; Contain 42-48% protein and 17-20% oil.
$3.25
Hidatsa Soybean
Edamame variety, Compact plants. Very early and does well in cool, wet soils.
$3.25
Improved Commodore Bean
Pods are six to eight inches long, slightly curved, dark green in color.
$2.45
Indark Tomato
Beautiful, smooth-skinned, red, meaty, tasty and large fruits.
$2.95
Isleta Pueblo Tobacco
Grows very quickly, matures early, and reaches about 4-5 feet in height and has thick, waxy, dark green leaves.
$2.95
Jaune de Desme Soybean
Beans are oblong, contain 47% protein,16% oil, and are yellow with yellow eyes.
$3.25
Kharkovskaya Zernokormovaya Soybean
Seeds are grayish-green with black eyes and are high in protein (53%).
$3.25
Korean Brown Soybean
Large, round, brown seeds harvested dry at 100-110 days.
$3.25
Kosodiguri Extra Early Soybean
Seeds are small, green in color with black eyes and are very high in protein.
$3.25
Krasnoarmejscaja Soybean
Mottled gray-green seeds that are high in protein.
$3.25
Lammer's Black Soybean
Cook quickly and they are a good choice for tofu tempeh.
$3.25
Louisiana All Season Tomato
Heavy producer. Flattened globe to oblate in shape, pink fruits.
$2.95
Lucky Lion Soybean
Used for edamame, they have a nice, nutty flavor.
$3.25
Mandarin A Soybean
Tan with a black hilum and saddle and contain 43% protein and 19% oil.
$3.25
Mica Ungara Soybean
Seeds are yellow with brown eyes and contain 44% protein and 17% oil.
$3.25
Miniature Pink Popcorn<br><b>SOLD OUT - Please Check Back</b>
Shiny, bright kernels range from pink to mauve to light purple in color.
$3.25
Misono Green Soybean
From Japan, cream to light-buff in color, used for edamame, green shelled or dried.
$3.25
Mountain Pima Tobacco
Cultivated both for its beautiful pink flowers and as a smoking variety.
$2.95
Natto Soybean
For multiple uses such as tofu, soymilk and natto. Very productive.
$3.25
Norman Soybean
Uniform shaped, yellow seeds harvested at 80 days for edamame or later for dry beans.
$3.25
Ogemaw Soybean
Mid-season varietiy with reddish-brown colored seeds.
$3.25
Old Fashion Mustard
Regarded as one of the tastiest varieties of mustard greens.
$1.95
Oregon Star Tomato
Large, irregularly shaped, and tend to be seedless. For slicing and processing.
$2.95
Palla Rossa Radicchio (Italian Chicory)
Italian radicchio-type chicory. Four inch heads. Vibrant red.
$1.95
Pencil Pod Black Wax Bean
Pods are about 5-7 inches long, golden-yellow in color.
$2.45
Pennlan Tobacco
A disease resistant, cigar filler tobacco variety.
$2.95
Perique Tobacco
Historically used as a smoking, chewing, cigar, and cigarette variety.
$2.95
Perpetual Swiss Chard<br>(aka Perpetual Spinach)
Very hardy being resistant to drought, bolting, and later in the season, to frost.
$1.95
Provider Bean
Productive. Pods are 5 to 6 inches long, round, smooth, and medium-green in color.
$2.45
Queensland Blue - Winter Squash
Sweet orange flesh that is wonderful for baking, soups, pies, cakes and muffins.
$2.25
Red Broom Corn
For broom making or for wreaths, swags, bird feeders, dried arrangements.
$2.75
Red Russian Tobacco
The flowers are a beautiful Red color. A great choice as an ornamental plant.
$2.95
Rossa di Treviso Radicchio (Italian Chicory)
Italian radicchio-type chicory. Non-heading type. Crisp, tart, and slightly bitter tasting.
$1.95
Royalty Purple Pod Bean
Pods are six inches long, round, creased-back, stringless, and purple in color.
$2.45
Ryegrass, Annual
Great soil improving cover crop and nutritious fodder for livestock.
$2.25
Saint Ita Soybean
Seeds that are small, bright green with black eyes, and make a tasty edamame.
$3.25
Shirofumi Soybean
Good flavor for either edamame or dried uses. High in protein.
$3.25
Snow's Fancy Pickling Cucumber
A very nice, old, pickling variety that is good for slicing too.
$2.15
Spartan Arrow Bean
Pods are concentrated and remove easily from the plants.
$2.45
St. Valery Carrot
Exceptionally sweet and tender. Bright orange-red and grows 10-12 inches.
$2.25
Sweet REBA Acorn Squash
Mildew resistant. Classic acorn squash flavor and texture but are noticeably sweeter.
$2.45
Tatsoi Mustard
Leaves are used like spinach and have a mild, but distinctive mustard flavor.
$1.95
Ted's Pink Currant Tomato
Small, sweet and mild fruits that are a beautiful pink color.
$2.95
Tenderpod (Burpee's Tender Pod) Bean
Pods are uniform, meaty, stringless, and medium-green in color.
$2.45
Tularosa Market Melon
Their flesh is orange, tender, sweet and juicy. Vary in weight from 3-9 pounds.
$2.25
Ugra Soybean
Reddish-brown beans are large and contain 43% protein and 19% oil.
$3.25
Velvet Soybean
Leaves an pods have silky white hairs which provide some insect resistance.
$3.25
White Popping Sorghum<br><b>SOLD OUT until 2022</b>
Can be popped like popcorn. The tiny seeds, when popped, are very white, crunchy, and obviously smaller than popcorn. They have a great nutty flavor.
$2.75
Wielnska Brunatna Soybean
From Hungary. The brown seeds are high in protein.
$3.25
 
 
 

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