Heirloom and Open-Pollinated Seed Varieties
Available in Larger Quantity

Although we are a small organization and are not usually able to maintain large inventories of many of the rare varieties that we offer, there are times when we have an abundance of certain varieties for which we can offer at discount.

Click on an image below for more information and to see the quantity discount options available for that particular variety.


Please do check back from time to time as this list changes with availability.
Products (Total Items: 72)
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Ace 55 VF Tomato
Red, firm, oblate, fruit. Disease tolerant.
$2.75
Alaska Pea
Used for canning or freezing, or dry (in 80 days) for soups.
$2.35
Austrian Winter Pea
Used for overwintering, soil improvement purposes, fodder, an dgreen manure.
$2.25
Beefsteak Tomato
Large, meaty, ribbed, excellent slicer.
$2.75
Black Calypso Bush Dry Bean
Have a nice texture and used as a baking bean.
$2.45
Black Crowder Southern Pea
Peas are deep purple color when shelled and turn black when dried.
$2.45
Black Seeded Simpson Leaf Lettuce
Large upright, compact leaf-type with light green, wide, curled leaves.
$1.95
Bloomsdale Longstanding Spinach
Early, dark green, crumpled leaves can be sown in spring or fall.
$1.95
Blue Lake 274 Bush Green Bean
A canner's favorite green snap bean.
$2.45
Blue Lake FM-1K Pole Green Bean
Tender, dark green, round, tasty, and reach about 6 inches.
$2.45
Bountiful Bean
Very productive. Released in 1898. Excellent fresh, canned or frozen.
$2.45
Buttercrunch Bibb Lettuce
Long standing, heat tolerant, and dark green with reddish tints.
$1.95
Cal Ace Tomato
Fruits are oblate-shaped, smooth, red, ripen uniformly, are meaty and sweet.
$2.75
California Blackeye #46 Southern Pea
Peas are cream-colored seed coats with black pigment around eye.
$2.45
California Blackeye #5 Southern Pea<br><b>Sold Out</b>
High yielding, vigorous and fairly easy to grow.
$2.45
Cherokee Purple Tomato
Large (12-16 ounces), dark pink with darker purple shoulders.
$2.75
Colossus Southern Pea
Brown peas that shell easily.
$2.45
Contender Bush Green Bean
Extremely early, very dependable and prolific green bean.
$2.45
Cream 8 Southern Pea
Nice variety for both home and market gardens and excellent for freezing.
$2.45
Crimson Clover
aka Italian Clover, it is used as an attractive cover crop.
$2.25
Dark Red Kidney Bush Dry Bean
Excellent in soups, chili or in the classic "Three-bean Salad."
$2.45
Dixielee Southern Pea
Peas are brown and are easy to shell.
$2.45
Dwarf White Sugar, Edible Podded 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
Flora-Dade Tomato
Disease & humidity tolerant.
$2.75
Golden Bantam, Improved 12-Row Sweet Corn
An improved version of 'Golden Bantam' with larger ears that stay tender longer.
$2.75
Great Northern Bush Dry Bean
Grows well in Northern climates, hardy and a heavy yielder.
$2.45
Henderson's Bush Lima Bean
An old-time favorite used for canning, freezing and dry.
$2.45
Homestead 24 Tomato
Red fruits are 7-8 ounces, meaty, firm, and consistently uniform.
$2.75
Iceberg Head Lettuce
Medium-size heads, light green with white interiors.
$1.95
Indian Ornamental (aka Rainbow) Flour Corn
Flour variety, great colors for drying and ornamental use.
$2.75
Jubilee (Burpee's Jubilee) Tomato
Bright orange, solid, meaty, smooth, sweet, not acidic.
$2.75
Lancaster Surecrop Dent Corn
Ears are 9-11 inches long with 16-18 rows of large, yellow, dent kernels. Selected for earliness, disease resistance, ease of harvest & uniformity.
$2.75
Little Marvel Garden Pea
Compact plants, very productive, hardy, luscious and sugary.
$2.35
Mammoth Melting Pea
High yielding, thrives in cool weather, uniform production.
$2.35
Mississippi Purple Southern Pea
Pods are reddish-purple with large brown peas that are very easy to shell.
$2.45
Mississippi Silver Southern Pea
Pods are silvery-green and produced large, meaty, brown seeds.
$2.45
Navy Bush Dry Bean
An excellent choice for soups and baking. Stays firm even after reheating!
$2.45
Oregon Spring Tomato
Early, large, red, nearly seedless fruit. Sets under cool temperature conditions.
$2.75
Oregon Sugar Pod II Pea
Succulent pods on short plants.
$2.35
Pinkeye Purple Hull BVR Southern Pea
Very productive, early maturing, disease resistant, bush to semi-vining plants with purple pods that are 6 to 7 inches long.
$2.45
Pinto, Othello - Bush Dry Bean
Primarily grown to maturity and used as a dry bean.
$2.45
Ponderosa Tomato
Large, purplish-pink fruit, mild flavor for slicing and canning
$2.75
Porter Tomato
Sets fruit in dry, hot climates. Egg-shaped, dark pink fruits.
$2.75
Red Garnet Amaranth
The plants are a beautiful maroonish-red color with fuchsia-red flower heads.
$2.95
Red Pear Tomato
Small, red, pear-shaped variety makes a very nice salad garnish.
$2.75
Reid's Yellow Dent Corn
Big ears of large yellow kernels. Mainly used for flour, meal, and feed.
$2.75
Roma VF Tomato
Plum-shaped, red, two ounce fruit, is ideal for paste or puree.
$2.75
Royal Red Cherry Tomato
Nearly perfectly globe shaped, brilliant red, and weigh 2-3 ounces.
$2.75
Rutgers Tomato
Bright red, globular, slightly flattened with smooth, thick walls that are crack resistant.
$2.75
Ryegrass, Annual
Great soil improving cover crop and nutritious fodder for livestock.
$2.25
Sadandy Southern Pea
Generally used at the fresh shelling stage
$2.45
Silver King White Dent Corn
Ears grow 8-9 inches long and have 16 rows of white kernels.
$2.75
Silvermine White Dent Corn
Ears are 9-inches long with 14-16 rows of large, white kernels.
$2.75
Small Red Cherry Tomato
Pinkish-red fruits are oval and have full flavor.
$2.75
Stowell's Evergreen Sweet Corn
Oldest named sweet corn variety; 8-inch ears produce from 10-14 rows of sweet, white, tender kernels.
$2.75
Sugar Ann Pea
Crisp, flavorful, 3-inch snap peas. Great fresh, in stir fry or frozen.
$2.35
Sugar Baby Watermelon
One of the sweetest and earliest icebox watermelons.
$1.95
Sugar Snap Pea
Tasty and tender when young.
$2.35
Super Sioux Tomato
Red, globe-shaped, 4 ounce fruits. Good in high temps.
$2.75
Tenderette Bush Green Bean
Excellent yields of slim, 5-1/2 inch long, straight, dark-green pods with white seeds.
$2.45
Texas Cream 12 Southern Pea
A bush-type, cream pea variety for home and market gardeners.
$2.45
Texas Cream 40 Southern Pea
The seeds are small, kidney-shaped, and white with an orange eye.
$2.45
Thomas Laxton Pea
Peas are bright green, excellent quality, and high in sugar content.
$2.35
Tiny Tim Tomato
Fine flavored, red fruit that are about one half inch in diameter.
$2.75
Trucker's Favorite White Dent Corn
Tender, sweet white kernels making it a favorite roasting corn.
$2.75
Vetch, Common
Great soil improving cover crop and nutritious fodder for livestock.
$2.25
Vetch, Hairy
Great soil improving cover crop and nutritious fodder for livestock.
$2.25
Wando Garden Pea
Sturdy, up to 30 inches, high yielding, seven or more seeds per pod.
$2.35
White Marrowfat Bean
Large, egg-shaped dry beans. Excellent for baking and soups.
$2.45
Williams Naked Seeded Pumpkin
Entire seed edible and easily pressed to extract culinary oil.
$2.55
Yellow Pear Tomato
Yellow, pear-shaped, bite-sized fruit whose tasty flavor makes it a great choice for snacking.
$2.75

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