• Bulk Seed List

  • BLUE LAKE 274 BUSH
    58 days; Developed from the vining Blue Lake, this easier to pick variety produces over a longer season than other bush beans. Dark green, 6” long pods. Resistant to bean common mosaic virus. Excellent quality
    DERBY BUSH
    57 days; Remarkable tenderness and stunning yields. 1990 All America Selection Winner. Still produces some of the highest yields in field trials. Green pods are round, thin, 7” long and especially tender. White seeded. Disease resistant.
    ROMA II
    59 days; produces high yields of large medium green, smooth, flat pods that are very slow to develop seed and fiber. Picked regularly, plants will bear for 3 weeks or longer. Tenderness, uniformity, and flavor make it one of the best varieties
    TAYLOR HORT – BUSH
    60 days; Bush type plant produces a high yield of 5” long, light green beans. Generally used as shell beans. Semi-runner type; vines 14-18” long. Stringless in snap stage; turns tan with splashes of crimson as it matures.
    TENDERETTE BUSH
    56 days; Pods are stringless, exceptionally tender and meaty. 6” long, green, straight, smooth and perfectly round. Sturdy vines grow to only 20” tall. Excellent for fresh use, freezing and canning. Bears all summer long.
    TOPCROP BUSH
    50 days; Very early and one of the most productive. All America Winner. Vigorous, hardy foliage grows to 16” tall with pods low on the plant. Green pods are 5.5-6” long, round, straight to slightly curved, meaty and completely stringless.
    WHITE HALF RUNNER
    60 days; A tender, stringless snap bean with bushy, vigorous vines and short runners. Thrives on heat and little water. Very popular in the South as a shelling bean. Not recommended for Northern climates. Also called the Mississippi Skip Bean
    GREEN SEEDED HENDERSON
    60 days; early maturing, yet it produces a continuous crop up to frost. Prolific and very reliable. Pods are 3” long and contain 3-4 flat, green “baby” limas. Fine to dry for winter use or for canning. Suitable in all climates
    FORDHOOK 242
    74 days; still the finest and most popular lima bean. Does better in hot weather and produces more than other Fordhook varieties. AAS winner. Large vigorous plants bear heavily from mid-season until frost. Pods are 3.5” long, uniform and well filled.
    EARLY ALASKA 62
    58 days; round, dark green pods containing 5-8 smooth, tender peas. Height 2.5 – 3 ft. Wilt resistant.
    OREGON SUGAR POD II
    68 days; mammoth type snow pea. Vigorous 36-40” plants bear 4.5” long, flat pods. Produces an abundant crop of 2 peas pods per node. Excellent quality, string present as pod matures. Resistant to Enation Virus, Powdery Mildew and more.
    PEA, SUGAR ANNE SNAP
    56 days; nearly identical to Sugar Snap but 14 days earlier. The earliest of all snap peas. Short growth habit is only 10-24”. Stringless petite, pale round green pods are 2.5-3” long.
    SUGAR SNAP
    70 days; fat 3” pods are delicious fresh or cooked. The original snap pea; still provides best eating quality. Extremely thick and meaty. Whether eaten whole or as shelled peas, the texture is excellent. Long harvest period. Vine height up to 72”.
    WANDO
    68 days; bred for hot weather tolerance. Plant a little later in the season for an extended harvest. Will still produce in August when others have wilted in the heat. Deep green, well filled 3” pods with 7-8 sweet, plump peas. Also tolerates cold weather.
    SERENDIPITY
    82 days; TripleSweet Bicolor. Superb eating characteristics for the local market. Average ear 8” long x 1.85” diameter with 16-18 row count. Husk is medium green. Resistance to Southern corn leaf blight.
    BODACIOUS SWEET
    75 days; Yellow (se+) hybrid with the sugary enhancer modifier gene. Large 8” ears are filled to tip with 16-18 rows of kernels. Stury 7-7.5’ tall stalks. Exceptionally tender kernel with superior sweet flavor that holds well after harvest.
    HOW SWEET IT IS
    87 days; The ultimate in gourmet sweet corn. Same sweetness and long shelf life of Illinichief, but in a white variety. AAS 1985. Very large 8.5” ears have 18 rows of sweet, snow white kernels. Plants grow to 7’ tall.
    NK 199 – HYBRID
    84 days; Yellow hybrid sweet corn. An old-fashioned corn. This huge old roasting ear was developed in the 1950’s as a processing corn and then it was discovered by roadside stand growers. People love its big barrel shaped 8” ears with 18-20 rows of kernels
    SILVER KING
    82 days; white sweet corn for the discriminating home gardener or roadside market grower. Homozygous, Sugary Enhanced (se) type. 9” ears, 2” diameter, with an average row count of 16-18. Husk medium green, good cover. Resistant to common rust, nort
    SILVER QUEEN
    92 days; a delightful high quality white corn that is excellent for home gardening or for market. Stalks grow 7-8 feet tall and bear ears 8-9” long. The ears have 14-16 rows of snow white kernels which are sugary sweet and tender.
    AMBROSIA
    75 days; a bi-color (se+) variety developed for home garden, fresh market, roadside stand and shipping. Homozygous sugary enhancer with superb eating quality. 8” ears, 2” in diameter, with 16 rows of sweet kernels. Sturdy stalks grow 6-7’ tall.
    PEACHES & CREAM
    83 days; When consumers think of bi-color, they think of Peaches & Cream. Good for home freezing. 8.5”ear, 1.8 diameter with 18-20 row count. Heterozygous Sugary Enhanced (se) type. Long flags and good husk cover. Resistant to Stewart’s Wilt.
    EARLY CROSBY EGYPTIAN
    45 days; Originated in Germany and may be the most widely grown beet in the world. Large, flattened globe shaped beets are grown pimarily above the soil but skins don’t get the toughness of some beets.
    DETROIT DARK RED
    68 days; Ideal for boiling, pickling, canning, baking and freezing. Quality roots and tops comparable to leading hybrids. Medium tops. Smooth and sweet, dark red, globe shaped, 2 – 3” diameter beets with blood red interior.
    RAAB SPRING
    45 days; Mild mustard flavor and whispy broccoli-like florets. Does not form a center head but produces many side shoots. Use buds and tender green leaves. Plant spring to mid-summer. Can over-winter in mild climates. Large plants grow to 30” tall.
    EARLY JERSY WAKEFIELD
    64 days; Unusual pointed heads with outstanding, mild flavor. Matures early, will stand well without splitting. Weighs 2-3 lbs, average 5-6” in diameter. Head is solid and thick but tender. Can be planted much closer than most.
    LATE FLAT DUTCH
    105 days; The best winter keeper. Huge, flattened, solid heads average 10-12” across, often weighing 15-20 lbs. Blue-green outer leaves have creamy white inside leaves. Will not bleed, even when stored for long periods of time. Excellent for kraut
    HALES BEST
    87 days; flesh is sweet, salmon-orange and distinctive. Fine texture and small seed cavity. Fruits are oval shaped, heavily netted and weigh 3-4 lbs. Combines drought tolerance with exceptional flavor.
    HONEY DEW
    110 days; pale green flesh is honey-sweet with a refreshing flavor. Fruits are broad and oval, 7.5” long x 5” in diameter. Skin is almost white, becoming creamy yellow when ripe. Flesh is thick, juicy and sweet, ripens to the rind. Smooth skin.
    NANTES
    75 days; Produces a fine-grain, nearly coreless 6” long carrot fairly early. Strong tops, blunt tip smooth orange roots 1.25” diameter, and sweet flavor. Roots have no green markings inside and hold well in the garden. Good in heavier soils.
    DANVER HALF LONG
    75 days; 9” long deep orange roots. Crisp, very sweet and tender. Heavy shouldered. Longer than Chantenay. Good for storing and shipping.
    LITTLE FINGER
    65 days; A gourmet treat when cooked and served whole. Tiny 3-5” roots withstand close planting and produce abundant crops. Golden orange color. Smooth with very small core. Tender and sweet. Outstanding when creamed. Excellent for canning.
    SNOWBALL
    70 days; Snow white, 7” smooth, dense heads with large exterior leaves. Plants are hardy and vigorous. Leaves curl around head; self blanching variety. Firm white heads for summer and fall harvest are well adapted to short season areas.
    GEORGIA
    75-78 days; tall spreading plant. Dark green, crumpled leaf type. Highly tolerant to weather extremes. Rapid regrowth rate
    MARKETMORE 76
    68 days; 8 x 2.5” straight, slim white spine and glossy deep green color.
    SMR58
    55 days; produces big yields of excellent 6” long, dark green pickling cucumbers. Crisp, fresh and sweet, said to be the best non-hybrid pickling cucumber. Developed at the University of Wisconsin. Can be grown on trellis for support.
    STRAIGHT 8
    58 days; the best yielding early slicer. Perfectly straight, dark green fruits about 8” long with a small seed cavity. Excellent for slicing, salads or dills. White spines.
    BIRDHOUSE
    95-110 days; Light green fruits with rounded necks and bowls grow 14” tall and 12” in diameter. Dried gourds make excellent birdhouses. Also known as Birdhouse or Bottle Gourds. Vigorous 15-35’ vines. Fast growing.
    DIPPER
    125 days; Produces 12” long, 5” diameter pale green gourds. Does not stand frost. 10-20’ spread. Excellent for making ladles and crafts. Easy to grow.
    Mixed Large/Small
    10-20” spread. Rapid growing vine with fruits of various shapes and sizes. Brightly colored, hard shell inedible fruits for ornaments.
    BLACK BEAUTY
    80 days; Produces many large fruits per plant. Rich, deep purplish black, enormous egg-shaped fruit. Tender and tasty at all stages. Retains color well. Height 24-28”. Average of 4-6 large fruits per plant.
    EARLY CURLED SIBERIAN
    60 days; large blue green ruffled leaves, curled at ends. Extremely hardy. Light frost improves the tenderness and flavor. A southern favorite.
    VATES BLUE CURLED SCOTCH
    55 days; Blue-green and finely curled. Narrow leaflets with central stalk. Highly uniform selection. Ornamental edible; garnish type. Winter seldom kills unless temperatures go below zero.
    BIBB
    57 days; A distinct butterhead, rather loosely folded with heart bleaching a rich golden green. Crisp and tender, excellent taste and texture. Heads often self blanch in the center. Holds in the heat longer than Buttercrunch.
    BLACK SEEDED SIMPSON
    45 days; Bright green leaves are broad, crumpled and frilled. Forms a large bunch of curled, crisp, tender leaves. Loose leaf type. Very early and adaptable. Withstands some frost and slow bolting. Quick growing, dependable, delicious.
    BUTTERCRUNCH
    75 days; rosette or head is 4.5”. Outer leaves are smooth, dark green and tender.
    MESCLUN SALAD MIX
    30 days; A gourmet blend containing 15% each of lettuces (Black-Seeded Simpson, Red Salad Bowl, Lollo Rossa and Royal Oak Leaf) with 20% arugula Rocket and 20% radicchio Red Verona.
    PARIS WHITE ROMAINE
    70 days; the sweetest Romaine lettuce, ideal for Caesar salad. Plant is 10” tall, erect and cylindrial. Light green outer leaves, creamy yellow heart. Leaves are crisp, sweet and flavorful with crunchy, juicy midribs. Self-blanching.
    RED SAILS
    45 days; fast growing leaves have burgundy edges and green centers. Fine texture and sweet flavor. Loose leaf type. Does not become bitter in summer heat and good resistance to bolting. Adds color and flavor to salads
    FLORIDA BROADLEAF
    45 days; widely adapted, reliable production. Large, erect plants have vigorous growth habit. Medium green, serrated, round leaves. India mustard type
    SOUTHERN GIANT
    48 days; popular with gardeners for its upright plant habit. Grows to 2’ and has dark green, heavily curled leaves. Resists bolting, so it can be grown in mid summer
    CLEMSON SPINELESS
    56 days; the most popular home garden okra variety grown in the U.S. All American Silver Medal Winner. Best when harvested young, while still tender at 2.5”-3” long. Dark green, slightly grooved, straight pointed pods without spines. Grows 4’ tall.
    CHAMP – TREATED
    140 days; a large-seeded Virginia type peanut. Large seed pods with 2-3 seeds per pods. Offers early maturity, excellent grade characteristics and high yield potential. Reduced susceptibility to tomato spotted wilt virus.
    SWEET BANANA
    70 days; produces high yields of 6” long x 2” wide banana shaped, sweet, crunchy peppers. Peppers turn from light green to yellow, orange, to red when mature. Thick flesh gets sweeter as they ripen. A great pepper for shorter season climates.
    LONG RED CAYENNE
    70 days; very hot, zesty, 6” long, 1/2” thin pepper. Green fruits turn red when mature. For pickling, canning or drying. 30,000-50,000 Scoville units.
    CALIFORNIA WONDER
    75 days; smooth and glossy, dark green to brilliant red fruits. Large, blocky peppers measuring 5” long by 4” in diameter. Popular as stuffing bells. Meat is thick and well flavored. Tolerant to Tobacco Mosaic virus
    HUNGARN WAX HOT
    60 days; pale yellow, 83 days red ripe; Very productive, 5.5” x 1.5” hot peppers. Smooth, waxy fruits tapering to a point. Sunset-ripening peppers change from yellow to orange to red. Excellent for pickling. Medium hot pepper provides a sweet flavor
    ATLANTIC GIANT
    120 days; variable colored fruit. Fruit ribbed and varied in size. Limiting vine to one fruit per vine will result in larger pumpkins. Avg size 100 lb.
    CONNECTICUT FIELD
    105 days; big pumpkin good color and excellent appearance, ideal for your porch.
    GREEN STRIPED CUSHAW
    115 days; large bulb shaped fruits with curved necks up to 20” long. Large vines produce creamy white fruit mottled with green stripes. Light yellow flesh is sweet, thick, coarse and fibrous. Good for pies and baking. HEIRLOOM 1880s.
    HOWDEN
    110 days; traditional favorite for 12-15 lb Halloween pumpkins. Grown more commercially than possibly any other variety. Extra-thick flesh. Less likely to produce lopsided pumpkins. Hard skin is ridged and dark orange. Keep for a long time.
    JACK B LITTLE
    95 days; Produces bright orange mini ribbed pumpkins small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Many fruit set on each vine, deep orange color, about 2-3” diameter, 3-4 oz. A true mini-pumpkin, not a gourd. Easy to grow; will last about 12 month
    JACK O LANTERN
    110 days; excellent for Halloween Jack-O-Lantern carving. Skin is bright orange, smooth, and firm; flesh is orange-yellow. Fruits are medium-sized, round to elongated, averaging 10-15 lbs. Fine grained, yellow flesh good for pies.
    SUGAR PIE
    115 days; small round pumpkin with sweet, dry, rich, yellow flesh that is much finer grained than the carving type. Ideal for home gardens and perfect for cooking.
    SPIRIT
    98 days; semi-bush plant with 4-6’ vines produces good yields of 12” diameter rich orange pumpkins. Uniform size and shape, weighing 10-12 lbs. Excellent for carving and decorations. Flesh is good for pies and canning. Ripens early and keeps well.
    CHERRY BELLE
    22 days; extra-early. A favorite of the home garden with extremely uniform yields of medium, cherry red, round roots.
    EAR SCARLET GLOBE
    24 days; a good bunching variety. Globe shaped radish is brilliant red with white flesh. Crisp and delicate flavor. A true short-top variety. Bred for upland and sandy soil.
    FRENCH BREAKFAST
    25 days; elongated scarlet and white roots with delicate flavor. Oblong, scarlet with white tip. Flesh is white and rapidly becomes pithy.
    WHITE ICICLE
    30 days; roots 5-6” long, pure white and mild flavor. Most tolerant of hot summer heat. Heavy producer. Never get pithy.
    CHINA ROSE WINTER
    58 days; best variety to grow for winter storage. Plant in late summer for fall harvest. Half-long stump root 5-6” long with pure white, mild delicately flavored flesh. Skin is attractive rose-pink. Withstands light frost.
    NEW ZEALAND
    55 days; produces small fleshy leaves until frost. Yields long harvests as a perennial in mild climates -suitable for home gardens. Withstands drought and heat, slow to germinate.
    TYEE – HYBRID
    37 days; distinctive dark green leaves are thick and highly tolerant to downy mildew. Long standing, fast growing, semi-savoy resists bolting under high temps and long day conditions. Leaves held well off the ground.
    BLOOMSDALE
    45 days; heavy yields of thick, very crinkled, dark glossy greens. More heavily crumpled than other varieties. Slow to bolt. Excellent for late sowing to carry over winter
    SUMMER CROKNECK
    58 days; One of the most delectable Summer Squashes, this creamy crookneck is mild, sweet, and full of flavor
    TABLE QUEEN / ACORN
    80 days; 5” x 4.5” acorn pointed. Blossom end with a hard grooved dark green rind and pale orange flesh. A vine plant type. Heirloom variety. The original “acorn” dating to before the Civil War and still considered the best acorn.
    BLACK BEAUTY
    50 days; dark green to almost black skin covers tasty and delicate white flesh. Glossy, cylindrical, smooth, straight fruit is 8” long x 2” diameter with good flavor. A zucchini type squash for fresh market and home gardens.
    BUTTERNUT WALTHAM
    85 days; fruits 9-11” long, nearly cylindrical with slightly bulbous end. 2-4 lbs. Smooth hard, pale orange skin. Orange flesh of excellent flavor. Ideal for home garden and winter storage.
    EARLY WHITE BUSH
    55 days; fine dwarf sort producing many white squash with scalloped edges
    STRAIGHTNECK
    50 days; prolific early summer squash; 12-14” long. Bush form, with straight smooth, creamy fruits of splendid quality. Edible when only 4-5” long.
    HUBBARD
    105 days. most popular winter squash. Fruits hard with warted green skin and yellow flesh of rich quality.
    VEGETABLE SPAGHETTI
    110 days; smooth, cylindrical fruits weigh 3-5 lbs. Yellowish-tan rind with string-like golden strands after cooked that can be used in place of pasta, although it tastes nothing like spaghetti. Very low in calories.
    RUSSIAN MAMMOTH
    Annual. 144”-180” Height, 36”-40” Spread. Fast growing gigantic flower that produces an immense golden blossom, 8”-14” across that is filled with sunflower seeds. Easy to grow plants, they thrive in poor soil with little moisture and make interesting temporary screens or backgrounds. Plant in full sun.
    LUCULLUS
    60 days; Heavily crumpled with wide, broad white ribs. Tolerates hot weather and grows until first frost. Heavy producing 20” plant with good flavor. Foliage may be used like spinach and the broad white stems like celery. Roots are not edible
    RED
    55 days. A distinctly decorative variety. Large leaves moderately corrugated green with crimson venation and fleshy scarlet petioles. Mature plant 18-24”. Functions as vegetable in addition to ornamental qualities.
    BEEFSTEAK
    90 days; large, flat, solid, meaty, juicy, bright red tomatoes. Huge 10 oz – 2 lb tomatoes. Abundant producer. Vigorous indeterminate vines require staking. Excellent slicer, perfect for salads and sandwiches. For home and market gardens.
    GOLDEN JUBILEE
    72 days; bright orange yellow, 6-7 oz, thick walled, 2.5-3”globular, excellent quality tomatoes. Mild flavor, low acid fruit, makes delicious juice. Solid fruits with few seeds. Indeterminate. Ideal for home gardens or fresh market.
    OXHEART
    90 days; rosy pink heart shaped fruits with green shoulders are firm and meaty, some weighing up to 2 lbs. Thick flesh has few seeds and mild flavor. Vigorous indeterminate plants produce high yields in clusters of 2-7.
    RED CHERRY
    75 days; round scarlet fruits about 7/8” across, freely borne in clusters all summer. Delicious flavor for salads, preserving, picking or eating whole.
    RUTGERS
    74 days; indeterminate. An improved strain of Rutgers with some resistance to fusarium wilt. (The legendary “Jersey” tomato, introduced in 1934, is a cross between J.T.D. and Marglobe). Flavor for slicing and cooking is still unequaled.
    ROMA VF
    80 days; determinate. Compact vines produce amazing numbers of plum or pear shaped thick walled fruit 2.5-3” long. Fruit have few seeds and are great for paste, juice, canning or fresh. Resistant to Alternaria Stem Canker, Fusarium wilt and more.
    BEEFMASTER – HYBRID
    80 days; hybrid produces enormous yields of large, red, meaty 2 lb beefsteak type tomatoes. Tolerant of splitting and cracking. Indeterminate. Disease resistant.
    BETTER BOY – HYBRID
    70-75 days; disease tolerant variety that produces fruit in the 1 lb range all season. Sturdy plants have large leaves for sun scald portection. High yields when grown on stakes or sprawled. Very popular among gardeners.
    BIG BEEF
    73 days; indeterminate variety starts producing early and continues to yield for a long period of time. The preferred modern beefsteak type. Produces large, 10-12 oz fruit. Rated high for quality and flavor. Old time tomato flavor.
    BIG BOY – HYBRID
    78 days; indeterminate. Good yields of flavorful bright red, smooth, juicy 1lb meaty tomatoes. Superb flavor. Crack resistant and blemish resistant skins.
    CELEBRITY
    75 days; determinate. Produces an abundance of high quality fruit in a small space. The first tomato resistant to tobacco mosaic virus, verticillium wilt, fusarium wilt races 1 & 2 and root knot nematodes.
    EARLY GIRL
    59 days; indeterminate. Starts bearing bright red globes earlier and longer than other midsized varieties. Uniform 4-5 oz. fruits produced throughout the season. Mild flavor, meaty interior. Sturdy plants; excellent for the home garden.
    GERMAN JOHNSON
    80 days; large beefsteak fruits average .75-1.5 lbs. Turns pink with yellow shoulders when mature. Indeterminate. Very mild, low acid, very meaty, few seeds. Heavy yields,good slicing and canning. Fair disease resistance.
    LEMON BOY VFN
    72 days; first lemon yellow, not golden, tomato variety. Extremely vigorous indeterminate plants produce large harvests of attractive fruit that weighs 8 oz. Outstanding flavor, mild and sweet, yet tangy.
    MR STRIPEY
    80 days; indeterminate, open pollinated. Combination of yellow and pink flesh on bottom and throughout flesh. Mild unique flavor. Smooth than most of the striped heirlooms. Fruit size 10 oz or more and oblate. Very showy when sliced.
    MOUNTAIN PRIDE
    77 days; good yields of large red, crack resistant, firm and flavorful tomatoes. Green shouldered, jointed tomato. Developed by NC State University. The first in the Mountain Series. Suitable for home garden and market growers.
    PATIO
    70 days; medium sized, deep oblate-shaped 2” fruit with good color. Has bushy, compact upright habit with dark foliage. Grows 24-30” tall. Should be staked. Excellent for small gardens and containers. Tolerant to fusarium wilt.
    PINK GIRL
    76 days; indeterminate. Widely adaptable and early maturing hybrid. Turns pink at maturity. A highly productive, variety which produces mild, sweet, juicy 8 oz fruits. Excellent crack resistance.
    SUPERSONIC
    79 days; indeterminate. Big, smooth tomatoes have a slightly flattened globe shape and a superb deep red color. Red, meaty and can get as big as 12 ounces without cracking. Produces heavy yields of large, meaty tomatoes of excellent quality.
    PURPLE TOP
    50 days; mid maturity. Globe shaped with bright purple crown, white root below. Dark green, cut leaves. Attractive, smooth roots and prolific greens. A home garden standard variety. Keeps well
    SEVEN TOP
    45 days; consistent yielder of quality greens. Hardy plants may be overwintered for additional harvests. Medium dark green, cut leaves. Fibrous, white root, not edible. One of the best for greens.
    DIXIE QUEEN (1890)
    85 days; round, oval melon with light green skin striped with dark green. Weighs 30-50 lbs lbs. Flesh bright red, fine flavor and texture. Uniform size; 12” across, 15” long. Seeds are small and white.
    FLORIDA GIANT
    90 days; sweet, delicious, juicy red flesh. Produces round, oval, 50lb deep green watermelons with blunt ends. A true giant and a favorite for county fair competitions – there are claims of melons over 200lbs!