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Ordering will resume for Fedco Seeds when we release our 2018 catalog, in early December 2017.
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Asian Greens

Garland Serrated Chrysanthemum

Garland Serrated Chrysanthemum
Garland Serrated Chrysanthemumordering closed, reopening in early December
3203GS  (40 days) Open-pollinated. Shungiku-type prized for small grey-green leaves and 5" yellow flowers, both edible. Sow in spring. read more

Shiso

Kaori Green Shiso
Kaori Green Shisoordering closed, reopening in early December
3282GP (85 days) Perilla frutescens var. crispa Open-pollinated. Really back this time after a long hiatus. For true shiso aficionados, this is the more... read more
Red Shiso
Red Shisoordering closed, reopening in early December
3283RS  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Ornamental and edible purplish-red cinnamon-scented leaves. read more

Celery

Celeriac

Brillant Celeriac
Celeriac
Brillant Celeriac OGordering closed, reopening in early December
3646BO (100 days) Apios graveolens var. rapaceum Open-pollinated. A classy early celeriac high yielding with relatively smooth roots, clean white... read more
Diamante Celeriac
Diamante Celeriac OGordering closed, reopening in early December
3645DO (100 days) Apios graveolens var. rapaceum Open-pollinated. Celeriac, the frog prince of root vegetables, likes rain. Despite its ugly exterior,... read more
Mars Celeriac
Mars Celeriacordering closed, reopening in early December
3647MR (100 days) Apium graveolens var. rapaceum Our replacement for Brilliant, Mars is very similar, sporting good-sized uniform white roots with dense... read more

Globe Artichoke

Imperial Star
Globe Artichoke
Imperial Star OGordering closed, reopening in early December
3608SO  (120 days) Open-pollinated. Each plant produces more than one and up to eight edible bracts/flower buds. read more

Greens

Good King Henry

Good King Henry
Good King Henryordering closed, reopening in early December
3096KH Open-pollinated. Heirloom Perennial grows in Z3-9. Ancient European potherb. Culture, harvest, and prepare much like asparagus; use leaves like spinach. read more

Sea Kale

Sea Kale
Sea Kaleordering closed, reopening in early December
3099SK Crambe maritima Open-pollinated. Heirloom Perennial hardy Z5. Native to seashores of northern Europe. Blanched tender shoots for spring and winter. read more

Lettuce

Yu Mai Tsai
Yu Mai Tsaiordering closed, reopening in early December
2716YM (45-60 days) Also known as Sword Leaf or Pointed Leaf lettuce. Interest is slowly increasing in this novelty distinguished by its long thin... read more

Celtuce

Balady Aswan
Balady Aswan OGordering closed, reopening in early December
2715LO  (45 days) Open-pollinated. Ancient form of Egyptian celtuce, allowed to bolt and enjoyed for its 12-14" stems with creamy flavor. Emerald-green leaves can be harvested through bolting. read more

Okra

Beck’s Big Buck
Okra
Beck’s Big Buck OGordering closed, reopening in early December
3699BO  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Big fluted tender green pods on sturdy plants. Will produce in central Maine, but better suited to farther south. read more
Cajun Jewel
Okra
Cajun Jewel OGordering closed, reopening in early December
3695JO  (65 days) Open-pollinated. Early 1x7" pods. Dwarf spineless 3-4' plants. Adapts well to cooler climate. read more
Red Burgundy
Okra
Red Burgundy OGordering closed, reopening in early December
3697GO  (75 days) Open-pollinated. Edible and ornamental. Slender burgundy pods best harvested at 4". Green leaves and burgundy stems and pods. read more

Onions and Leeks

Ramps

Rampsordering closed, reopening in early December
2433RM Allium tricoccum (6-18 months) Open-pollinated. Sometimes called Wild Leeks. This bulb-forming perennial is a spring ephemeral in my area but it... read more

Other Roots

Burdock

Takinogawa
Burdock
Takinogawaordering closed, reopening in early December
2300TG  (120 days) Open-pollinated. Standard Japanese variety. Thin 1-2' long mild earthy root for stir-fries, soups and herbal medicine. Can be dug in spring with parsnips. read more

Root Parsley

Arat
Root Parsley
Aratordering closed, reopening in early December
2301AR  (88 days) Open-pollinated. Nutty-flavored nearly foot-long root for soup and specialty cooking. Also produces edible flat parsley leaves. read more

Salsify

Gammel Gotlandsk
Salsify
Gammel Gotlandsk ECOordering closed, reopening in early December
2318GG (120 days) Tragopogon porrifolius Open-pollinated biennial also known as oyster plant, its flavor bearing only the most fanciful resemblance to... read more

Scorzonera

Noir de Russie
Scorzonera
Noir de Russieordering closed, reopening in early December
2322NR  (120 days) Open-pollinated. European Heirloom. Long narrow dark-skinned white-fleshed root. Distinctive. read more

Physalis

Husk Cherry

Aunt Molly’s Ground Cherry
Husk Cherry
Aunt Molly’s Ground Cherry OGordering closed, reopening in early December
4005MO  (72 days) Open-pollinated. Golden berries in papery husks. Smaller than 4008 Husk Cherry, but more flavorful. Sweet, nutty, delicious snack. read more

Tomatillos

Tomatillo
Purple Blush OGordering closed, reopening in early December
4012BO (68 days) Open-pollinated. Mislabeled ‘Purple Lush’ in our trials, a moniker that stuck the more we observed its lush production of large 2"+... read more

Spinach

Caucasian Mountain

Caucasian Mountain
Caucasian Mountain Spinachordering closed, reopening in early December
2590CM Hablitzia tamnoides Open-pollinated. Perennial spinach-like green. Hardy vine from the Caucasus grows 6-9' long for 2-3 months beginning very early spring. Harvest shoots and leaves. read more

New Zealand

New Zealand Spinach
New Zealand Spinachordering closed, reopening in early December
2592NZ  (52 days) Open-pollinated. New Zealand native plant. Spinach-like green stands well in the heat of summer. read more

Summer Squash

Bitter Melon

Jade Dragon
Jade Dragonordering closed, reopening in early December
1596JD (65 days) F-1 hybrid, Momordica charantia. Bright pastel-green bumps and fluting cover the curvaceous lines of this well-named 8–14" exotic... read more