New Varieties Added and Back in Stock for 2015
 
This is a listing of the "new" items that we added to our seed collection and offered to our gardening friends during for the 2015 gardening seasonIt is preserved here for historical purposes.  For the most recent list of "new" varieties, click here.
Products (Total Items: 88)
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Agate Soybean
Small to medium size, good eating quality.
$3.25
Amsterdam Carrot
Exceptional early season, Nantes-type, forcing variety.
$2.25
Armenian Cucumber Melon
Fruit grow uniformly and reach between 2 to 3 feet in length and about 2 inches in diameter.
$2.15
Badger Garden Pea
An improved canning pea variety that is disease resistant.
$2.35
Banksia Queen Tomato
Delicious, juicy, pale-yellow flesh with a good balance of sweet and tart.
$2.95
Basil, Lettuce Leaf
Used fresh to make pesto, dried its used as a seasoning.
$2.45
Bei 77-6177 Soybean
Medium-sized, round, yellowish-tan seeds that contain about 21% oil and 40% protein.
$3.25
Bok Choy (Pak Choi)
Fast growing, slow to bolt, and cold hardy.
$1.95
Bonanza Tobacco
A flue-cured type of tobacco historically used for cigarette and pipe blends.
$2.95
Brittle Wax (Brittlewax) Bush Snap Bean
It is an excellent choice for home gardens, market growers and canning.
$2.45
Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
Early variety, similar to Early Jersey but larger in size.
$1.95
Chocolate Lightning Tomato
Smooth, slightly oblate, 4-8 oz., chocolate colored with jagged green and gold stripes.
$2.95
Dester Tomato
Excellent tasting, large (6-24 oz.), pink, beefsteak-type, oblate shaped fruits.
$2.95
Dill, Dukat
More fragrant and flavorful than other types of dills
$1.75
Dinner Plate Tomato
Large (up to twenty four ounce), pink, heart-shaped fruits.
$2.95
Dr. Walter Tomato
Medium sized (2-10oz.), red, globe to elongated mild flavored fruits.
$2.95
Dwarf Purple Heart Tomato
Productive, medium to large sized (6-16 oz.) heart shaped purple tomatoes.
$2.95
Ebony Acorn Squash
Mildew resistant. Classic acorn squash flavor and texture but are noticeably sweeter.
$2.25
Ezonishiki Soybean
Beans are pale yellow with light brown saddles. Contain about 19% oil and 43% protein.
$3.25
Fakel Tomato
Flame-red, 2-5 oz, fruits borne in clusters. Tasty and stores well.
$2.95
Fledderjohn Soybean
Large, brown, tasty beans are used at green stage, as edamame and dried.
$3.25
Garrison Tomato
Large, meaty, outstanding, complex flavor that finishes with a hint of sweetness.
$2.95
Giant Heart Climber Tomato
Gigantic, pink, heart-shaped tomatoes ranged from 13-32 oz.
$2.95
Giroc Tomato
Large, pink, beefsteak tomatoes reach 18-24 oz. From Romania.
$2.95
GL 2216/18 Soybean
Seeds are pale yellowish-green with black eyes and very high protein.
$3.25
Golden Accordion Tomato
Large (up to 20 oz.), golden-orange, deeply pleated, oblate shaped fruits.
$2.95
Golden Delicious - Winter Squash<br><b>SOLD OUT - Please Check Back</b>
Higher vitamin C content than other squash and not watery
$2.25
Grandma Rose's Italian Pole Bean<br><b>SOLD OUT until 2022</b>
An old Italian family heirloom. Good as a green bean, shell bean and a dry bean.
$2.95
Green Ice Lettuce
Glossy, dark-green leaves. Exceptionally crisp and slow to bolt.
$1.95
Green Striped Cushaw Squash
Flesh is light colored, fine grained, very dry and resembles sweet potatoes in flavor.
$2.25
Howard German Tomato
Red, 3-9 oz., paste-type tomatoes. Excellent for paste and sauce.
$2.95
Howden Pumpkin
Large, 10-20 pound. Widely used for Jack-o-Lanterns, but also excellent for pies and roasted seeds.
$2.25
Keller Tobacco
Maryland-type grown for use in pipe and cigarette tobacco blends, as well as cigar filler.
$2.95
Kim's Civil War Oxheart Tomato
Early, pink, large (reaching up to 20 oz.), solid with very few seeds, tasty fruits.
$2.95
Kodaizu Soybean
Beans are small, yellow, and primarily used for sprouting and to make natto.
$3.25
Kouri Soybean
A colorful choice for edamame. Sweet, nutty flavored.
$3.25
Kurakake Daizu Soybean
Attractive, medium-sized, flattened beans are tan with a brownish saddle.
$3.25
Lizard Tail Orinoco Tobacco
Historical grown for use in pipe and cigarette tobacco blends.
$2.95
Lubnani Summer Squash<br><b>SOLD OUT - Please Check Back</b>
Early, bush-type, “the honeydew of squashes.”
$2.25
Lvinoe Serdtse Tomato
An excellent slicer when picked fresh, it is also great for canning.
$2.95
Malinovyi Rog Tomato
3-9 oz., pink, elongated fruits. Excellent flavor. Slicer. Russian origin.
$2.95
Marvana Tomato
Red, globe to slightly elongated fruits averaging 4 to 5 ounces.
$2.95
Mayo Speckled Southern Pea
Productive. Peas are tan to brown mottled with darker brown.
$3.25
Midnight Snack Sweet Corn
Very sweet and flavorful. Light colored when fresh, dried to a deep blue-black.
$3.25
Midori Giant Soybean
Productive, sturdy, erect, bushy plants. Good edamame variety.
$3.25
Mizuna Mustard Greens
Thin, frilly-edged leaves. Cold-hardy Japanese variety.
$1.95
Moist Area Wildflower Mix
An annual and perennial mix for moister climates or irrigated areas.
$8.95
Mountain Pima Tomatillo
Tomatillos are popular in Mexican salsas and picante dishes.
$2.95
Nabo Roxo Comprido Turnip
Roots are long and white with purple tops.
$1.95
Natsu Kurakake Soybean
Can be enjoyed either as a colorful and tasty edamame.
$3.25
Navy Bush Dry Bean
An excellent choice for soups and baking. Stays firm even after reheating!
$2.45
Orange Fantasia Swiss Chard
Bright orange stems and dark-green leaves.
$1.95
Pando Soybean
Beans are light green with black eyes, very early, high in protein.
$3.25
Paul Robeson Tomato
Russian variety. Beeksteak, black, juicy, flavorful fruits.
$2.95
PI 522192 A (VIR 9175) Soybean
Medium, oblong, slightly flattened, black seeds that contain about 17% oil and 42% protein.
$3.25
Pike Melon
Oregon heirloom with 3 to 6 pound, fragrant, juicy and sweet fruits.
$2.25
Pink Beauty Radish
Attractive pink. An interesting addition to a tossed salad or vegetable platter.
$1.95
Pink Lipstick Swiss Chard
Bright magenta stems and dark-green leaves.
$1.95
Poppy, Lauren's Grape
Beautiful, unusually deep purple colored poppies bloom in the summer.
$2.55
Red Creole C5 Onion
'Red Creole C5' onions deep globe, deep-red colored skin with purple-red, firm flesh that is deliciously pungent with a spicy-sweet flavor.
$1.95
Resistant Cherokee Wax Bush Snap Bean
An excellent early variety for home or market growers.
$2.45
Rozovyi Izumnyi Tomato
Medium (3-12 oz.), pink, beefsteak fruits. Excellent, sweet flavored slicer.
$2.95
Sakharny Pudovichok Tomato
Siberian variety. Beeksteak, red, 4-20 oz., juicy, flavorful fruits.
$2.95
Sarandipity Tomato
Round, 2-4 oz., chocolate colored with vertical green striped fruits. The firm, deep crimson flesh is mild and sweet.
$2.95
Sayamusume Soybean
A high yielding and tasty edamame variety.
$3.25
Seneca Soybean
Medium, round, yellow seeds with brown eyes that contain about 21% oil and 39% protein.
$3.25
Sioux Soybean
Medium-sized beans are green with black eyes.
$3.25
Spartan Half Runner Snap Bean
A multipurpose variety used as a snap, shell, or dry bean.
$2.45
State Half Runner Snap Bean
Stringless when young, and have a pleasantly strong, old-fashioned bean flavor.
$2.45
Sweet Dumpling Winter Squash
Tender, very sweet. Stores well for up to four months.
$2.25
Tait's 'Thoroughbred Trucker's Delight' Tomato
Red, two to ten ounce, globe to elongated-globe shaped fruits.
$2.95
Tait's 'Trucker's Delight' Tomato
Red, two to ten ounce, globe to elongated-globe shaped fruits.
$2.95
Taiwame Soybean
The pale-green beans are very large, sweet and tasty. Excellent for edamame.
$3.25
Tendercrisp Celery
Tall dark green, crisp, thick, and smooth.
$1.85
Tendergreen Burpless Cucumber
Light green color, long and smooth skinned.
$2.15
Tengamine Soybean
18-22 inch tall plants. Used for edameme.
$3.25
Tohya Soybean
Large, plump, light green in color with black eyes. Superior taste and texture.
$3.25
Tokio Vert Soybean
Small, slightly elongated, green seeds that contain about 19% oil and 44% protein.protein.
$3.25
Ventura Celery
Heavy yielding, resistant to bolting and some Fusarium wilts.
$1.85
VIR 1501-40 Soybean
Medium, round, grayish-green seeds that contain about 19% oil and 43% protein.
$3.25
Wayahead Lettuce
compact buttery heads of savoyed, vibrant green leaves with tender, cream color hearts.
$1.95
Wisconsin Black Soybean
One of the oldest named varieties of soybeans introduced in the U.S.
$3.25
Yellow Mammoth Tobacco
Multipurpose flue-cured type historically used for cigarette and pipe blending.
$2.95
Yi Tong Lu Da Dou Soybean
Beans are medium-large, oval shaped, grayish-green with black eyes.
$3.25
Zimmer Spanish Tobacco
Historically grown for use as cigar filler, binder and wrappers. Improved Cuban or Havana-type.
$2.95
Zolotoe Serdtse Tomato
Russian variety; 3-8 oz., golden-orange, heart shape fruits.
$2.95
Zolotoy Zapas Tomato
Russian variety; 3-11 oz.,orange, oblate-shaped fruits.
$2.95
Zolta z Zolna Soybean
Medium, slightly flattened, yellowish-tan, contain about 17% oil and an 46% protein.
$3.25

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