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Beans

Pole Beans

Dolloff - ECOnot available yet, check back later
362 Phaseolus vulgaris (70 days shell, 90 days dry) Open-pollinated. Consistently one of the earliest dry pole beans. Chestnut-brown dry beans are wide and flat like limas. read more
Skunk Bean - ECOnot available yet, check back later
364 Phaseolus vulgaris (70 days shell, 90 days dry) Open-pollinated. Black and white bean delicious fresh or dried. Well-adapted to short growing seasons. Plant climbs 7-9' read more

Shell & Dry Beans

Shell & Dry Bean
Fast Lady Northern Southern Pea - ECO
321 Vigna unguiculata (65 days shell, 90 days dry) Open-pollinated. Cowpeas for the North! Small white bean matures quickly. Easy-to-pick yellow pods. Beautiful yellow flowers on bushy semi-erect plants. read more
Maine Sunset - ECOunavailable, crop failure
337 Phaseolus vulgaris (85 days) Open-pollinated. Maine heirloom. Beautiful plump ivory beans with brownish-maroon splashes. Wonderful baking bean: creamy texture and rich flavor. read more
Shell & Dry Bean
Mitla - ECO
320 Phaseolus vulgaris (85 days) Open-pollinated. Dense foliage produces medium runners, lavender flowers and good yields of thin delicate pods each containing 5-6 lustrous black seeds. read more
Shell & Dry Bean
Saturday Night Special - ECO
388 Phaseolus vulgaris
(105 days) Legendary UNH plant breeder Elwyn Meader was hired by famous Maine baked bean company B&M (founded 1867) to breed a... read more

Corn

Flour Corn

Hopi Blue - ECOnot available yet, check back later
691 Zea mays (100 days) Open-pollinated. 9' plants make 8-10" ears with deep kernels. Drought tolerant. Grinds easily into blue flour. read more

Flower Seeds

Dye Plants

Dye Plant
Weld - ECO
5928 Reseda luteola
Known as Dyer’s Rocket. Biennial to Zone 5, harvested for dye in the second year. Used since antiquity, weld is said to be the best... read more

Grains

Barley

Barley
Burbank Hulless Barley - ECO
4303 Hordeum vulgare Open-pollinated. An historic 6-rowed barley selected by Luther Burbank from California hulless barley. In his final seed catalog he called it “one of [his] greatest grain creations.” read more

Rice

Rice
Akamuro - ECO
4310 Oryza sativa (105 days from transplant) Open-pollinated. Heirloom from Hokkaido, Japan. Fast-maturing lowland rice. Aromatic seeds mature from pearly white to red to burnt orange. Zone 4b hardy from transplant. read more
Duborskian - ECOnot available yet, check back later
4312 Oryza sativa (115 days from transplant) Open-pollinated. Upland short-grain hardy Russian variety adapted to dry-land production. Can withstand a light frost. May be direct seeded in warmer regions. read more
Yukihikari - ECOnot available yet, check back later
4315 Oryza sativa (120 days) Open-pollinated. Short grain light brown rice, can work in Zone 5b in paddies from direct sowing but does best from transplants. read more
Rice
Yukimochi - ECO
4311 Oryza sativa
(120 days) A landrace lowland variety from northern Japan, Yukimochi is a pearly white short-grain sweet-sticky rice—think mochi! The... read more

Greens

Perennial Greens

Caucasian Mountain Spinach - ECOnot available yet, check back after - January
2590 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. Heart-shaped attractive leaves. read more
Good King Henry - ECOnot available yet, check back later
3096 Blitum bonus-henricus Open-pollinated. Heirloom perennial green and ancient European potherb. Eat shoots like asparagus; use leaves like spinach. read more
Perennial Green
Turkish Rocket - ECO
3195 Bunias orientalis Open-pollinated. Perennial, Zones 4-8. Tender spicy mustard greens and florets for stir-frying. Drought-tolerant with a deep taproot. read more

Herbs

Boneset - ECOnot available yet, check back later
4485 Eupatorium perfoliatum Open-pollinated. Perennial to Zone 3. Tiny white flowers in fuzzy clusters top the 4' plants in late summer. read more
Wild Lettuce - ECOnot available yet, check back later
4695 Lactuca virosa (60 days) Open-pollinated. Readily growns as a spring-sown annual.Young leaves are edible, and the plant can be milked for its medicinal latex. read more

Kale and Collards

Collards

Collard
Variegated - ECO
3444 Brassica oleracea (acephala group) (61 days) Open-pollinated. Florida heirloom. After frost, develops beautiful white ribs that contrast with yellow-green leaves. read more

Other Roots

Rutabagas

Rutabaga
Pike “Turnip” - ECO
2399 Brassica napus x Brassica rapa (pekinensis group) (95 days) Open-pollinated. A cross between Chinese cabbage and rutabaga, has very fine-grained tasty yellow flesh. Exterior much like purple-crowned Laurentian rutagaba. read more

Skirret

Skirret - ECO
2327 Sium sisarum (120 days) Open-pollinated. Perennial. 3-4' plant with 6-8" pinkie-width greyish-white roots. May be harvested in fall, but customarily overwintered for spring treats. read more

Peppers

Elongated Sweet Peppers

Elongated Sweet Pepper
Mega Marconi - ECO
3736 Capsicum annuum (90 days) Open-pollinated. Heavy early fruit set of 2½x8" tender-skinned Italian-style Lamuyo peppers. read more
Elongated Sweet Pepper
Odessa Market - ECO
3772 Capsicum annuum (87 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom from Ukraine. 2¼x4½" tapered peppers ripen from lime to orange to red. Crisp, juicy, thick-walled. read more

Sweet Bells

Sweet Bell
Chocolate Cake - ECO
3737 Capsicum annuum (90 days) Open-pollinated. Rich reddish-brown 3½x3½" blocky thick-walled pepper. Meaty, sweet, delicious and flavorful even when green. read more

Physalis

Cape Gooseberries

Cape Gooseberry
Ambrosia - ECO
4009 Physalis peruviana (115 days) Open-pollinated. Yellow fruits the size of cherry tomatoes on bushes 3-4' tall and wide. Tropical flavor; coconut, pineapple, citrus. read more

Tomatoes

Paste Tomatoes

Blue Beech - ECOnot available yet, check back later
4146 Lycopersicon esculentum
(90 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. This large elongated red Roma type came to us acclimated to chilly Vermont, so... read more

Slicing Tomatoes

Slicing Tomato
Mark Twain - ECO
4081 Lycopersicon esculentum (85 days) Open-pollinated. Deep red heirloom beefsteak with full-bodied flavor. Good-sized and crack-free, though they won’t take a lot of handling. Lots of ribbed 8-24 oz oblate fruits. read more
Slicing Tomato
Weisnicht’s Ukrainian - ECO
4082 Lycopersicon esculentum (85 days) Open-pollinated. Very tasty rare pink 8-12 oz heirloom. Has performed well in cool wet summers. Potato-leaf foliage. read more

Small-Fruited Tomatoes

Pocket Star - ECOnot available yet, check back later
4113 Lycopersicon esculentum (74 days) Open-pollinated. Green with little flecks of gold; produces an abundance of 1" round fruits. Begins to show a slight golden yellow at the base when ready for harvest. read more