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Beans

Bush Haricots Verts

Maxibel
Bush Haricots Vert
Maxibel OG
249MO  (61 days) Open-pollinated. Dark green straight 6-8" filet pods. Heavy producer. Excellent flavor. Speckled brown seed. read more

Dry Beans

Maine Sunset ECOcurrently on backorder
337MS  (85 days) Open-pollinated. Maine heirloom. Beautiful plump ivory beans with brownish-maroon splashes around the hilum. Wonderful baking bean: creamy texture and rich flavor. read more

Pole Beans

Blue Coco OGcurrently on backorder
295BO  (72 days) Open-pollinated. French heirloom, bluish-purple pods and brown seeds. Leaves tinged purple. Snap, shell or dry bean. read more

Beets

Beet
Golden Detroit OG
2144GO  (55 days) Open-pollinated. Vibrantly golden beets, sweet and delicious. Elongated pyramid shape with no green shoulders. Greens also delicious! read more

Celery

Ventura
Celery
Ventura OG/BD
3624VO  (80 days) Thick crisp stalks have rich flavor, not harsh even in less-than-ideal conditions. Ventura must receive adequate, even moisture for best growth. read more

Cole Crops

Broccoli

Purple Peacock Gene Poolcurrently on backorder
3316PO (92 days) Open-pollinated. Open-pollinated. A gourmet ornamental edible cross by Frank Morton of a large green broccoli with two colorful kales.... read more

Cauliflowers

Charming Snow
Charming Snowcurrently on backorder
3404CS (60 days) F-1 hybrid. Our first early cauliflower. Its short white stems bear compact 1–2 lb uniform round firm white tight heads with fine beads.... read more

Collards

Champion OGcurrently on backorder
3443CH  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Rich dark Vates strain selected to stand longer into late fall and early winter. Chock full of nutrition; like kale but smooth large green leaves. read more

Kale

Baltisk Rod Purpurkal OGcurrently on backorder
3458TO (63 days) Open-pollinated. Open-pollinated. In 2008 we selected this extraordinary kale to add to our seed productions after our first sight of... read more

Flower Seeds

Poppies

Drama Queen OGcurrently on backorder
5366QO We cringed when we first heard this name—surely another example of the hyperbole of those shameless variety-namers. Not this time. The Lindsay... read more

Melons

Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe
Prescott Fond Blanc OG
943FO  (88 days) Open-pollinated. Outside: wrinkled bumpy warted puffy-looking grey-green rock. Inside: green, yellow and deep orange juicy melting dense flesh. Rich aroma. read more

Muskmelons

Muskmelon
Montreal Market OG
986MO  (89 days) Open-pollinated. Green-fleshed heirloom, once the most widely grown in Canada, New England. Netted and ribbed fruits with aromatic silky texture. Can get quite large. read more

Watermelons

Early Moonbeam OGcurrently on backorder
1021MO  (78 days) Open-pollinated. De-hybridized Yellow Doll. Sweet yellow flesh, light green skin with dark green stripes. 5-8 lb icebox size. read more

Onions and Leeks

Leeks

King Richard OGcurrently on backorder
2407KO  (75 days) Open-pollinated. Refined early leek. Elegant, with upright 1' shanks and medium green leaves. Ready late summer, will tolerate some frost. read more

Other Roots

Skirret

Skirret ECOcurrently on backorder
2327SK  (120 days) Open-pollinated. Perennial vegetable grows well in both boggy soil and sand. Home-garden specialty crop, low yielding bundle of swollen greyish-white roots. read more

Peas

Shell Peas

Green Arrow
Shell Pea
Green Arrow OG
761GO  (65 days) Open-pollinated. Standard mid-season variety, preferred by commercial growers for heavy yields and extreme weather tolerance. 3' vines. read more

Snap Peas

Opal Creek
Snap Pea
Opal Creek
896CR  (70 days) Open-pollinated. Slender yellow snap peas on 5-6' vines. Harvest when partly filled, not fat. Mildly sweet, smooth but crunchy texture. Great in salads, out of hand. read more

Snow Peas

Snow Pea
Blizzard OG
822BO  (61 days) Open-pollinated. Sweet thin 3" pods on 3½' vines. No more cold-tolerant than other peas, but puts out a real storm of snow peas. read more

Summer Squash

Zucchini

Costata Romanesca
Zucchini
Costata Romanesca OG
1457CO  (60 days) Open-pollinated. Italian heirloom. Cylindrical. Deeply ribbed striped tender fruit. Excellent flavor. Also good for blossom production. read more

Tomatoes

Schimmeig Striped Hollow ECOcurrently on backorder
4084SC (85 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. Despite its scant sales, we refuse to give up on this beautiful mostly hollow stuffing tomato. “If only... read more

Cherry Tomatoes

Cherry Tomato
Honeydrop ECO
4106HD (62 days) Open-pollinated. Rampant Indeterminate. From a selection of F-1 Sunsugar, Rachel and Tevis Robertson-Goldberg of Crabapple Farm in... read more

Paste Tomatoes

Paste Tomato
Blue Beech ECO
4146BB (90 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. This large elongated paste tomato won our sauce test in 1997, besting several well-known varieties. We... read more
Hog Heart OGcurrently on backorder
4141HO (86 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. Brought from Italy to Massachusetts, probably between 1910 and 1920, and then by Susan Eastman and Ed... read more
Paste Tomato
Opalka OG
4135PO (82 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. Its third time in our taste test proved the charm for Opalka. Our tasters have commented, “an oasis of... read more
Paste Tomato
Vilms ECO
4136VM (82 days) Open-pollinated. Indeterminate. What struck me first were the plants: so green, so healthy, without the frilly fern-leaf foliage of most... read more

Winter Squash

Pumpkins

Godiva
Godiva OGcurrently on backorder
1743GO  (110 days) Open-pollinated. The one to grow for pumpkin seeds. Good Egg Farm strain with lots of dark brown hulless seeds for yummy eating. read more