Seeds

Looking for more info on the seeds you have checked out at the Seed Library? Below you will find detailed info on all varieties available at Public Seed Libraries by Garden Pool!

Amaranth- Red Leaf

Amaranthus Gangeticus Linn.  Known as Red Calaloo in the Caribbean, this oval leaf has flavor similar to spinach and is commonly used in soups. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Partial to Full Sun Harvest: 49-63 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Basil – Cinnamon

Ocimum basilicum ‘Cinnamon’ This basil is widely used in Southeast Asia, it’s taste is often described as a sweet anise and licorice flavor that has a hint of spiciness. This basil loves hot weather and plenty of sunshine! Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full Sun Germ Date: 5-10 days Harvest: 64 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Basil – Citrus

Ocimum basilicum ‘citriodorum’ Citrus Basil combines the savory flavor of basil with the zesty kick of citrus. It is used primarily as a cooking herb. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 5-10 days Harvest: 60-90 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Basil – Dark Opal

Ocimum basilicum ‘purpurascens’

Dark Opal Basil has toothed ridges and produces more of an anise flavor than sweet basil. Great for making infused oils and vinegars, purple pesto, and adding savory flavor to any dish.

Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″

Sun: Full

Germinate: 12-18 days

Harvest: 80 days

Basil – Genovese

Ocimum basilicum ‘genovese gigante’ A sweet variety that can be preserved and used for dishes by freezing in olive oil or water, layered alternating leaf and salt in a container, or hung and dried. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 12-18 days Harvest: 30 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Basil – Thai

Ocimum basilicum This basil is widely used in Southeast Asia, it’s taste is often described as a sweet anise and licorice flavor that has a hint of spiciness. This basil is a staple in popular Thai cuisine. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full Sun Germ Date: 5-10 days Harvest: 64 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Bean – Henderson

Phaseolus lunatus ‘henderson’ These babies are small in size, but are great in taste when cooked with just about any meal! Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 6-20 days Harvest: 65 days Pack Quantity: 3-4 Seeds

Bean – Winged

Psophocarpus tetragonolobus ‘winged’ The winged bean is a very robust and versatile, tropical legume plant. All parts of the plant are edible and very nutritious. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Harvest: 14-28 days Pack Quantity: 3-4 Seeds

Bean -Topcrop (Bush)

Phaseolus vulgaris ‘top crop’ These babies taste great straight off the vine and grow abundantly. For more tender beans, harvest earlier. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 6-10 days Harvest: 50-60 days Pack Quantity: 3-4 Seeds

Beets – Early Wonder

Beta vulgaris ‘early wonder’ These beets are known more for their leaves than their roots. However, the small globes are tender and sweet making for a delicious snack or an addition to a salad. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-10 days Harvest: 50-60 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Beets – Sugar

Beta vulgaris ‘sugar’ The sugar beet gets its name from the high concentration of sucrose in its root. They become quite large and require ample room to grow in the soil. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-10 days Harvest: 90 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Bell Pepper – California Wonder

Capsicum annuum ‘california wonder’ These crisp, juicy Bell Peppers are one of America’s favorite plants. They grow strong and are easy to cultivate. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 14-21 days Harvest: 75-80 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Bok Choy – White Stem

Brassica rapa ‘white stem’ Bok Choy is most commonly used for its stalks in oriental cooking, but when eaten raw it is a great source of folate and vitamins A, C, and K. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 8-12 days Harvest: 45-60 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Broccoli – Green Sprouting Calabrese

Brassica oleracea ‘green sprouting calabrese’ This broccoli plant produces a beautiful, dark green, flowering head. Tastes great raw, boiled, or steamed. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full or Partial Germ Date: 7-10 days Harvest: 55-80 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Broccoli – Romanesco

Brassica oleracea ‘romanesco’ This broccoli plant produces a beautiful fractal flowering head. Tastes great raw, boiled, or steamed. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full or Partial Germ Date: 7-10 days Harvest: 55-80 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Brussel Sprouts – Long Island

Brassica oleracea ‘long island’ You can think of a brussel sprout as a mini cabbage! Loaded with vitamins C and K, these little morsels are great in a side of steamed vegetables. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-12 days Harvest: 90-100 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Cabbage – Brunswick

Brassica oleracea ‘brunswick’ A great crop for the spring, summer, or fall. A dense plant perfect for coleslaw or an addition to your winter stew. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 7-12 days Harvest: 88 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Calendula – Pacific Beauty Mix

Calendula officinalis ‘pacific beauty’ Beautiful, bright flowers that bring a smile to any gardener. Not only do they make a fun centerpiece, but you can eat them too! Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 10-14 days Harvest: 45 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Cantaloupe – Edisto 47

Cucumis melo ‘Edisto 47’ The salmon colored flesh of these cantaloupes contains high amounts of natural sugars. A mildly sweet flavor makes them a delicious snack. Planting  Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-10 days Harvest: 90 days Packing Quantity: 4 – 5 seeds

Cantaloupe – Hales Best Jumbo

Cucumis melo/Citrullus lanatus ‘hales best jumbo cantaloupe’ The salmon colored flesh of these cantaloupes contains high amounts of natural sugars. A mildly sweet flavor makes them a delicious snack. Planting  Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-10 days Harvest: 70-80 days Packing Quantity: 4 – 5 seeds

Carrot – Little Finger

Daucus carota ‘sativus’ Miniature carrots that taste sweet and tender. These babies will brighten up your day with that orange color you’ve been craving. Eat them raw or cooked. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 12-16 days Harvest: 68 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Carrot – Scarlet Nantes

Daucus carota ‘sativus’ One of the sweetest, most tender carrots you will ever try. Brightly colored, these veggies grow up to eight inches long. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 10-15 days Harvest: 74 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 Smidgen

Catnip

Nepeta Cataria ‘catnip’ This plant is much more than a simple cat lure. Use this herb to repel aphids and squash bugs or make a soothing cup of tea. Planting Depth: 1/8″ Sun: Full Germinate: 3-8 days Harvest: 80-90 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Cauliflower – Snowball

Brassica oleracea ‘cauliflower’ Given its name for the pure white color of its head, this cauliflower grows quickly and will stay with you for a long harvest. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 7-10 days Harvest: 75 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 Smidgen

Celery -Tall Utah

Apium graveolens ‘tall utah’ Most used variety. Great addition to soups, stews, or for use as a dipping agent in peanut butter, ranch, or any other dip you dare to try! Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 90 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Chervil Plain Leaf

Anthriscus cerefolium ‘Chervil’ Planting Depth: 1/8″ Sun: Full Germinate: 5-15 days Harvest: 60 days Pack Quantity: 1 pinch

Chives – Common

Allium schoenoprasum ‘common’ A great finisher to any dish. Mix with flat leaf parsley, French tarragon and chervil to make the French fine herbs blend. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 10 days Harvest: 75-80 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Cilantro – Slow Bolt

Coriandrum sativum ‘slow bolt’ Bolting means the plant produces seed as opposed to continuously producing more leaves. Easy to grow and adds a light but indisputable flavor to any soup, taco, or salad. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Partial to Full Germinate: 5-10 days Harvest: 30-35 days Pack Quantity: 4-5 seeds

Collards – Georgia Southern

Brassica oleracea ‘georgia southern’ Georgia southern collard greens are sweet rather than bitter and display a blue green leaf when mature. They can grow up to 36 inches. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 5-10 days Harvest: 75 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Corn – Peaches and Cream

Zea mays ‘peaches and cream’ With yellow and white kernels, this corn grows quickly and provides a sweet flavor. Planting Depth: 1-2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 5-7 days Harvest: 83 days Pack Quantity: 3 – 4 seeds

Cucumber – Arme

Cucumis melo ‘Armenian’ Long and sometimes curly, this cucumber is actually more closely related to a melon. An absence of bitter flavor and a thin, light green skin distinguish this fruit from its cucumber friends. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-10 days Harvest: 63 days Pack Quantity: 4 – 5 seeds

Cucumber – Homemade Pickles

Cucumis sativus ‘homemade pickles’ This bush plant produces an abundance of short, thick cucumbers perfect for pickling. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 3-10 days Harvest: 55 days Pack Quantity: 4 – 5 seeds

Dill – Bouquet

Anethum graveolens ‘dukat’ Dill is an herb used to add a zesty punch to soups, sauces, peas, and potatoes. With its ample foliage, dill makes for a profitable yield. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 14 days Harvest: 60 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Dill – Dukat

Anethum graveolens ‘dukat’ Dill is an herb used to add a zesty punch to soups, sauces, peas, and potatoes. With its ample foliage, dill makes for a profitable yield. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 14 days Harvest: 60 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Eggplant – Black Beauty

Solanum melongena ‘black beauty’ Dark and thick, Black Beauty is the most commonly marketed eggplant. Ripens early and produces a globular fruit with soft but firm white flesh. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-10 days Harvest: 74 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Eggplant – Long Purple

Solanum melongena ‘long purple’ This eggplant is longer and thinner than others, yet still has the characteristic glossy, purple skin. Tasty white flesh absorbs flavors very well. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-10 days Harvest: 75 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Fennel – Florence

Foeniculum vulgare ‘florence’ Similar to celery, Fennel has a crunchy stem that can be served raw or cooked. This herb has feathery leaves adorned by small, yellow flowers. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 5-10 days Harvest: 70-90 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Kale – Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch

Brassica oleracea ‘dwarf blue curled scotch’ The dwarf blue curled scotch Kale is a compact plant that produces hardy leaves. Tastes sweeter if harvested after winter frosts. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 76 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Kale – Lacinto

Brassica oleracea ‘lacinato’ Popularly known as Tuscan Kale, Lacinato Kale seeds produce long, thick, dark green leaves. Tastes best when harvested young and marinated in lemon juice. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 30-60 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Kale – Red Russian

Brassica oleracea ‘ red russian’ Compared to other Kale, Red Russian has tender leaves. With purple stems and purple veined green leaves, this cruciferous green makes for a beautiful salad base. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 60 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Kohlrabi – Purple Vienna

Brassica oleracea ‘purple vienna’ Kohlrabi produces purple globes that develop above ground. High in vitamin C, the roots make a great addition to any stew or salad. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 14-21 days Harvest: 55 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Lettuce – Black Seeded Simpson

Lactuca sativa ‘black seeded simpson’ High yields and early harvesting makes Black Seeded Simpson a very dependable variety of lettuce. It is compact with curly, light green leaves. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-10 days Harvest: 45 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Lettuce – Buttercrunch

Lactuca sativa ‘buttercrunch’ For a sweet, luscious lettuce, grow buttercrunch in the warm summer sun. Its leaves are loose, thick, and green. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 65 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Lettuce – Gourmet Blend Mesclun

Lactuca sativa A lettuce that serves as a staple green for any spring mix salad. Crisp, fresh and oh so delicious. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 70 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Lettuce – Red Romaine

Lactuca sativa ‘red romaine’ A more nutritious lettuce than Iceberg, Red Romaine lettuce provides a high amount of vitamin K and substantial amounts of Vitamin A and iron. Green leaves turn to red as it grows to about twelve inches in height. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 60 days […]

Lima Bean – Christmas

Phaseolus lunatus ‘christmas’ Rich in flavor these vibrant large white lima beans, with beautiful dark red splashes heavy yield even in very hot weather. Planting Depth: 1 1/2″ to 2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 6-10 days Harvest: 85-100days Pack Quantity: 3 Beans

Lovage

Levisticum officinale “lovage” Lovage is used in salads. The roots and even the young leaves taste like celery with a hint of anise. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Sun Germinate: 10-14 days Harvest: 90 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Marigold – Crackerjack

Asteroideae Tagetes ‘crackerjack’ Marigolds are a bright, puffy flower that have been known to deter some garden pests. Colors included in this mix are yellow, orange, and gold. Planting Depth: 1/8″ Sun: Full Germinate: 7 days Harvest: 70-84 days Packing Quantity: 1 pinch

Marigold – Petite Mix

Asteroideae Tagetes This mix of marigolds produces smaller flowers, but many yield a double flower. Perfect for a bit of eye candy to complement your garden. Planting Depth: 1/8″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 5-10 days Harvest: 60-120 days Packing Quantity: 1 pinch

Moringa

Moringa oleifera Considered a superfood, Moringa has all the nutrients your little body desires. Its leaves can be added to a salad, or dried and ground into a powder for a powerful boost to your morning smoothie. Planting Depth: 1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 150 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Mustard – Mibuna (Early)

Brassicaceae brassica ‘mibuna’ An asian green, used in salads for its light mustard taste. The seeds form long, rounded leaves in tight clusters. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 3-5 days Harvest: 30-45 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Nasturtium – Empress of India

Tropaeolum manus ’empress of India’ These exceptionally bright flowers are a beautiful addition to any garden and may serve as a pest repellant. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 8 days Harvest: 35-55 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Nasturtium – Trailing Mix

Tropaeolum These exceptionally bright flowers of yellow, red, and white are a beautiful addition to any garden and may serve as a pest repellent. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Partial to Full Germ Date: 7-14 days Harvest: 55-65 days Pack Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Okra – Perkins Long Pod

Abelmoschus esculentus ‘Perkins Long Pod’ The Perkins Long Pod stems grow up to five feet with tender pods. They are best harvested when three to four inches in length. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 7-14 days Harvest: 55 days Packing Quantity: 4-5 seeds

Onion – Ruby

Allium cepa ‘ruby’ These purple, red onions grow large and produce a crisp, spicy flesh. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 10-15 days Harvest: 100 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Onion – Tokyo Long Bunching

Allium cepa ‘Tokyo long bunching’ With a single, long stem emerging from a white bulb, these onions are easy to chop and taste great fresh. Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-12 days Harvest: 75 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Parsley – Giant of Italy

Petroselinum crispum ‘Giant of Italy’

Parsley has been cultivated as a spice, herb, and vegetable. Usually used as a garnish.

Planting Depth: 1/4″

Sun: Full

Germinate: 10-14 days

Harvest: 60-70 days

Parsnip – All American

Pastinaca sativa ‘all American’ Similar to a carrot, this root vegetable is sweet and crunchy. Will be sweeter to the taste if left to mature in the winter frost. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 7-10 days Harvest: 105 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Pea – Sugar Ann

Pisum sativum ‘sugar ann’

These snap peas are a sweet, tasty snack with crisp pods.

Planting Depth: 2″

Sun: Partial

Germinate: 6-14 days

Harvest: 52 days

Peanut – Spanish

Arachis hypogaea ‘Spanish’ Peanuts are a nitrogen fixing crop, meaning they return nitrogen to the soil. This legume is high in protein and oil. Planting Depth: 2-3″ Sun: Full Germ Rate: 5-10 days Harvest: 110 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Pepper – Early Jalape

Capsicum annuum ‘jalapeno’

With the Early Jalapeno breed you will receive early and consistent peppers. They will have a thick, dark green skin and resemble the shape of a cone.

Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″

Sun: Full

Germinate: 14-21 days

Harvest: 75 days

Pok Choi – White (Chinese)

Brassica rapa ‘Chinese’ This plant has a bulbous stalk and produces stems with dark green leaves. Pok Choi is a Chinese cabbage that tastes great in oriental soups. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germinate: 10-14 days Harvest: 30-60 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Pumpkin – Connecticut Field

Cucurbita pepo ‘Connecticut field’ The connecticut field pumpkin is a large, round globe around 15 to 20 pounds. Identified by its orange, ribbed skin. Planting Depth: 1-2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 6-10 days Harvest: 115 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Pumpkin- Small Sugar

Cucurbita pepo small sugar Smaller version of the Connecticut field pumpkin, the popular large orange pumpkin used during holidays and for carving. Planting Depth; 1″ Sun: Full Sun Germination: 7-14 days Harvest: 100-105 days Pack Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Radish – Black Spanish Round

Raphanus sativus ‘Black Spanish Round’ These black skinned radishes are well-known in Europe for their medicinal properties. They are crisp and spicy to fill you with a zest for life! Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germination: 6-8 days Harvest: 60 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Radish – Crimson

Raphanus sativus ‘crimson’ The crimson radish is a deep red root vegetable with deliciously mild and crisp bulbs. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 5-7 days Harvest: 29 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Radish – Daikon

Raphanus sativus var. Longipinnatus ‘Daikon Radish’ Very large, mild flavored radish from East Asia, They are crisp and spicy just with the right kick in life! Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germination: 6-8 days Harvest: 10-15 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Roselle

Hibiscus sabdariffa The entire plant of this Hibiscus is red and very beautiful Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germ Date: 6-10 days Harvest: 60-90 days Pack Quantity: 4-5 seeds

Rutabaga – American Purple Top

Brassica napus var. napobrassica Check out how easy these delicious Rutabaga crop is, and how beautiful the flesh turns orange when cooked!cc Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germ Date: 5-10 days Harvest: 90 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Sorghum Milo

Sorghum bicolor Sorghum is a food grain that that is similar to corn and can be used as a feed grain for livestock as well a grain for human consumption. Planting Depth: 1′ Sun: Full to Partial Sun Germination: 3-10 days Harvest: 80-90 days Pack Quantity: 4-5 seeds  

Spinach – Bloomsdale

Spinacia oleracea ‘bloomsdale’ A very nutritious Spinach variety with copious amounts of large leaves. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 3-8 days Harvest: 45 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Spinach – Malabar Red Stem

Spinacia oleracea ‘malibar’ Malibar spinach is a fast growing vine plant that grows best on a trellis. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 3-8 days Harvest: 85 days Pack Quantity:  4-5 seeds

Spinach – New Zealand

Spinacia oleracea ‘New Zealand’ New Zealand spinach is best grown in the summer and yields thick green leaves. Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 3-8 days Harvest: 60 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Squash – Waltham Butternut

Cucurbita moschata ‘waltham’ Butternut squash tastes similar to sweet potatoes but is more mild in flavor. Identified by its long neck and round bottom. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 8-12 days Harvest: 95 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Squash – Yellow Crookneck

Cucurbita pepo ‘yellow crookneck’ The yellow crookneck squash resembles a swan with a green beak. Much smaller than other squash, it is best harvested at a length of six inches. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 10-14 days Harvest: 58 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Summer Savory

Satureja hortensis Summer savory is a fast growing annual that can grow upright to about 18 inches tall and grows into a loose bushy plant. Planting Depth: ¼” Sun: Full Sun Germination: 10-15 days Harvest: 70 days Pack Quantity: 1/4 smidgen

Sunflower – Grey Striped

Helianthus annuus ‘Mammoth Grey Stripe’ The Grey Striped Sunflower can grow up to twelve feet tall and is adorned with huge yellow flowers. Can be used for bird food or a tasty sunflower seed snack. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 10-15 days Harvest: 90 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Swiss Chard – Fordhook Giant

Beta vulgaris ‘fordhook giant’ The leaves of this Swiss Chard are savory and considered the most appetizing chard. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full Germinate: 5-10 days Harvest: 35-60 days Packing Quantity: 1 smidgen

Swiss Chard – Large White Ribbed

Beta vulgaris ‘large white ribbed’ With plenty of Vitamin K, this tasty green can enhance any salad, soup, or side dish. Planting Depth: 1/2″ Sun: Full to Partial Germinate: 5-10 days Harvest: 60 days Packing Quantity: 1 smidgen

Swiss Chard – Ruby Red

Beta vulgaris ‘ruby red’

This cruciferous vegetable has dark red veins and stems decorated with deeply green leaves. Grows fast and strong.

Planting Depth: 1/2″

Sun: Full to Partial

Germinate: 7 days

Harvest: 30-50 days

Tomato – Large Red Cherry

Planting Depth: 1/8 – 1/4 in.

Sun: Full

Germination: 5-10 days

Harvest: 75 days

Tomato – Roma

Solanum lycopersicum ‘Roma’ Roma tomatoes grow abundantly with a firm body. You’ll know this tasty fruit by its bright red skin and oblong shape. Planting Depth: 1/8 – 1/4″ Sun: Full Germination: 7-14 days Harvest: 70-80 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Turnip – Golden Ball

Brassica rapa Introduced prior to 1859, this turnip grows into perfectly shaped 3-4″ amber globes. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full to Partial Sun Germination: 4-14 days Harvest: 55 days Pack Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Turnip – Purple Top White Globe

Brassica rapa ‘purple top white globe’ Turnips are a great plant for warmer, temperate areas but can also be planted in climates with a minimum temperature as low as -45° Fahrenheit . With a firm root in the ground, these white bulbous veggies grow strong from fall to winter to spring. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full […]

Watercress – Garden Cress

Lepidium sativum ‘garden cress’ Garden cress is a highly nutritious herb, with a spicy, peppery flavor similar to that of mustard. It grows quickly, reaching up to two feet in height. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full Germination: 4-14 days Harvest: 30-60 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Watercress – Wrinkled Crinkled

Lepidium sativum ‘wrinkled’ Wrinkled watercress is a staple herb with a peppery taste. Characterized by hollow stems and leaf bunches, these light vegetables grow quickly so you can enjoy them in your next salad or sandwich. Planting Depth: 1/4″ Sun: Full to Partial Germination: 4-14 days Harvest: 30-60 days Packing Quantity: 1/2 smidgen

Watermelon – All Sweet

Citrullus lanatus ‘all sweet’ These melons are perfect for warmer climates. They produce a plump and refreshing fruit to be enjoyed on a hot summer’s day. Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germination: 5-8 days Harvest: 90 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Watermelon – Black Diamond

Citrullus lanatus ‘black diamond’ This watermelon has a tough skin and sizeable leaves as a means to protect its flesh from the summer sun. This way,  you can munch on its sweet, succulent fruit! Planting Depth: 1/2-1″ Sun: Full Germination: 5-8 days Harvest: 90 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

Zucchini – Black Beauty

Cucurbita pepo ‘Black Beauty’ Black Beauty is a summer squash that is fairly easy to grow and yields an abundant harvest. Dark green, glossy skin says this is a vegetable worth tasting. Planting depth: 1/2 – 1″ Sun: Full Germinate: 7 – 14 days Harvest: 45 days Packing Quantity: 3-4 seeds

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