Organic & Heirloom Seeds
For hundreds of years before modern medicine, herbs were the medicine of early Americans, both Native and European. Even today, herbs remain one of the primary sources of medical remedies in both modern laboratories and natural medicine. Heirloom Organics brings you the best selection of natural remedies available to the home gardener today. With an excellent selection chosen both for ease of growth and popularity of remedy. Protect your family today with The Medicine Pack I from Heirloom Organics.
Much more than a garden journal, this beautifully illustrated organizer is a complete companion for gardeners in all Western states, covering both arid and greener regions, coastal and mountain zones. Each month features color photos, line drawings, and plenty of room to record blooming and planting notes. It also features a list of planting reminders, ideas for projects, and essays on the seasonal joys of gardening-from horticultural heirlooms to gardening with children to drought tolerant gardens. Including a handy pocket for notes and seed packs and all secured with an elastic band, "The Western Gardener's Journal is the perfect way to keep track of garden activities, record plans for next season, and savor each day spent outdoors.
Core Survival Heirloom Survival Seeds are grown right here in the USA. When you buy from us, you are supporting US farmers! All of the seeds are 100% NON-HYBRID, NON-GMO, and OPEN-POLLINATED. There are 9,000+ seeds with 20 of the most basic survival varieties. The survival seeds packs are treated for long-term storage, drastically increasing the shelf-life of the seeds by many years. Enjoyed by preppers, survivalists, master gardeners and home-gardeners across the nation, the survival seeds are the best seeds to store for later use when you really need them. The seed packs are packed in a convenient 1 gallon bucket that you can carry with you to and from the garden. Includes: black beans, bush beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrots, corn, cucumber, lettuce, onion, peas, pepper, radish, spinach, squash, swiss chard, tomato, watermelon, and zucchini.
Pure Pollination™ 30 Strain Variety Vegetable Pack Over 11,000 Non-GMO Heirloom Seeds 100% Open pollinated seeds that can be grown to produce seed again for generations to come. 100% Grown and packed in the USA.Includes the following::1. Arugula, Slow Bolt ≈ 500 Seeds2. Asparagus, Mary Washington ≈ 12 Seeds3. Bean, Blue Lake Bush ≈ 12 Seeds4. Beet, Detroit Dark Red ≈ 105 Seeds5. Broccoli, Calabrese ≈ 445 Seeds6. Brussels Sprouts, Long Island ≈ 100 Seeds7. Cabbage, Red Acre ≈ 315 Seeds8. Cantaloup, Hale's Best Jumbo ≈ 40 Seeds9. Carrot, Scarlet Nantes ≈ 2,200 Seeds10. Cauliflower, Snowball Y ≈ 450 Seeds11. Celery, Utah ≈ 3500 Seeds12. Collards, Georgia Southern ≈ 315 Seeds13. Corn, Bilicious ˜ 10 Seeds14. Cucumber, Boston Pickling ˜ 40 Seeds15. Eggplant, Black Beauty ≈ 165 Seeds16. Honeydew, Green Flesh ≈ 40 Seeds17. Kale, Blue Scotch Curled ≈ 315 Seeds18. Sunflower, Peredovik ≈ 20 Seeds 19. Lettuce, Iceberg ≈ 1,600 Seeds20. Squash, Black Beauty ≈ 8 Seeds21. Swiss Chard, Large White Rib ≈ 40 Seeds22. Watermelon, Crimson ≈ 12 Seeds23. Onion, Yellow Spanish ≈ 50 Seeds24. Pea, Green Arrow ≈ 24 Seeds25. Pumpkin, Big Max ≈ 4 Seeds26. Radish, Cherry Belle ≈ 100 Seeds27. Rutabaga, American Purple Top ≈ 450 Seeds28. Spinach, Giant Nobel ≈ 100 Seeds29. Tomato, Beefsteak ≈ 60 Seeds30. Pepper, Sweet Yolo ≈ 70 SeedsCounts may vary.Growing Instructions Included
Whether you say 'to-may-to' or you say 'to-mah-to,' chances are you'll agree there's nothing like the taste of a sun-ripened heirloom tomato and this beautifully photographed book is a cornucopia for the tomato lover. First there are the recipes: 50 in all, provided by such notable food names as One Market, Caprial's Bistro, Jimtown Store, and DaVero Olive Oil. Perfect for brunch, cocktails, or dinner, tomatoes are showcased in such delicious dishes as Gazpacho with Cucumber Salsa Verde, Cheese and Pesto Fondue with Tomato-Foccacia Skewers, and Grilled Sea Bass with Lemon-Oregano, Tomato Relish. Accompanying each is a wine pairing suggested by Kendall-Jackson, which each year hosts the Heirloom Tomato Festival in Sonoma the inspiration for this book. Then there's the photographic glossary of the top 25 heirloom varieties, detailed cultivation information, and an invaluable sourcelist of seeds and plants to entice those who want to eat their fruit and grow it too. Add to this, advice on choosing and storing tomatoes and a brief history, and you have a book as vibrant as the tomato it celebrates.
It happens every season but still inspires awe-tiny plants emerge from quarter-inch seeds and grow to five feet tall in a matter of weeks. The physical and sensual satisfaction of nurturing a garden is surpassed only by the pleasures of preparing and eating the fruits of your labor.In "The Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden, " long-time Moosewood Collective member David Hirsch shares his expertise on growing, harvesting, and cooking with more than 75 vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers. This completely revised, comprehensive guide to culinary gardening also features information on heirloom varieties (many of which aren' ?t available in local markets), basic gardening techniques, and practical ideas to help new and experienced gardeners design their plots. Including culinary tips for simple vegetable and herb preparations as well as 70 recipes, "The Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden" will inspire home cooks to make full use of their backyard harvests, taking homegrown seasonal food to a delicious and bountiful new level.The ideal companion to gardening for the kitchen from Moosewood Collective member David Hirsch.Culinary tips and charming anecdotes accompany discussions of each fruit, vegetable, and herb.Thanks to the proliferation of sustainable, organic farming over the last 20 storied years, and with ongoing support from famous foodies like Alice Waters, the general population is becoming increasingly knowledgeable about the benefits of organic foods and increasingly appreciative of local harvests.Previous edition sold 80,000 copies.
CERTIFIED NON-GMO SEEDS (Approx. 1,550) - Untreated Carrot Seeds - Heirloom Quality - Non GMO, Non Hybrid Seeds - USA Garden Seeds
Seedz Certified Organic Seeds are grown, harvested, packed, and shipped by hand right here in the USA. Our heirloom seeds are USDA Organic, Verified Non GMO, and Non Hybrid. We believe in healthy environments, healthy communities, and healthy bodies. That's why we take such care to ensure that all of our heirloom vegetable seeds are of the highest possible quality available. ABOUT YOUR NEW ORGANIC CARROT SEEDS The Seedz Scarlet Nantes Carrot is a hardy biennial that can tolerate light frosts. A classic variety with fine-grained texture and old-fashioned carroty flavor, expect to see 6-8" roots with bright orange color and a cylindrical, blunt-tipped shape that can store long into winter. Best quality arises from raised beds with loosened soils. WHEN TO PLANT For best results, direct-seed as soon as soil can be worked in the spring through mid-summer. GROW PATTERNS AND TIMING Sow 20 seeds per foot with 18" between rows. Scarlet Nantes Carrot seeds can be expected to germinate within 7-20 days. Optimal soil temperature for germination is 65-75°F. Plan about 65 days to full maturity. HOW TO USE YOUR HEIRLOOM CARROT SEEDS Once fully grown and harvested, carrots make a deliciously nutritious addition to just about any meal! Slice 'em, dice 'em, roast 'em, eat 'em raw - even juice them! You can't go wrong with the Seedz Scarlet Nantes Carrot. Cut tops for improved storage in refrigerator. WHY OUR SCARLET NANTES CARROT SEEDS? USDA Organic Verified Non GMO Grown, Harvested, Packed & Shipped in the USA More Seeds for Your Money (Approx. 1,550 Seeds per Packet) 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Sustainable Seed Survival Heirloom Seed Bag Non-GMO Heirloom Seeds for Long-Term Storage or Instant Garden, 25 Varieties
25 Heirloom vegetable seed varieties, including:• Beet-Detroit Dark Red~200 seeds • Broccoli-Waltham~300 seeds • Cabbage-Golden Acre~220 seeds • Carrot-Danvers 126~700 seeds • Chard-Ruby Red~150 seeds • Corn-Golden Bantam~55 seeds • Corn-Yellow Dent~65 seeds • Cucumber-Straight Eight~30 seeds • Herb-Basil~200 seeds • Kale-Dwarf Blue Curled~250 seeds • Lettuce-Bibb~300 seeds • Melon-Honey Rock~35 seeds • Onion-Bunching~300 seeds • Pea-Green Arrow~50 seeds • Pepper-California Wonder Bell~30 seeds • Pepper-Cayenne Long Red~30 seeds • Pumpkin-Small Sugar~33 seeds • Radish-Cherry Belle~470 seeds • Spinach-Bloomsdale~300 seeds • Squash-Black Beauty Zucchini~35 seeds • Squash-Early Prolific Straight~40 seeds • Squash-Spaghetti~20 seeds • Tomato-Roma~25 seeds • Watermelon-Sugar Baby~16 seeds • Wheat-Hard Red~250 seedsThat's over 4,000 seeds!* With the right conditions, these seeds will produce over 3,000 pounds of food for your survival and health.Your seed packets all come sealed for absolute freshness in a convenient, secure, space-saving Mylar package that's waterproof, resealable, and easy to toss in your go bag or bugout bag. The soft-sided Mylar is much easier to pack than other seed banks that come in hard plastic or metal cans, and is easy to store in your refrigerator or freezer until needed. An included silica gel pack ensures your seeds stay dry to prolong their storage life. Your Bugout Bag seeds will store for at least 5 years if kept in a cool, dry place.We don't just sell seed; we are actual farmers of seed, so we can control not only the price, but the quality and freshness, and pass our knowledge and savings on to you.*All seed counts are approximate based on weight.
Non-Hybrid or Open-Pollinated seeds allow the gardener to collect seeds from a crop for future planting. Hybrid seeds do not. All Heirloom Organics Seed Packs are 100% Non-Hybrid AND Non-GMO (genetically modified) and specially sealed for long term storage. Use now AND save for emergency. All from the same hermetically sealed pack!
The Family Pack is almost TWICE the seeds of the Seed Vault for only $50 more. Specifically designed to provide optimum nutrition in the space provided from a family yard with LOTS of seed to put away for next year. This pack contains an excellent cross-section of varieties that do well in all zones, in all soil and light conditions. A good balance of leafy and fruiting varieties provides the best overall nutritional and agricultural options for the suburban back yard. The Family Pack will supply your family with excellent nutrition throughout the year (outdoor and indoor varieties) with lots of seed to store and keep for future years. Vegetables, Fruits, Grain and Legumes abound in this Pack! The Family Pack contains 30 varieties of high-nutrient vegetables, grains and legumes for approximately 4+ people for approximately 1+ year with LOTs to store. All varieties are 100% non-hybrid, allowing you to save the seeds for future planting. At 2.7LB weight and 94,000+ seed count, this pack is a must-have for securing your family's nutritional future. Many families buy 2 so that you can store one for years and use the other.
Organic, Heirloom, Non-GMO, Herb Garden Seeds - 8 Variety Kitchen Herbal Gardening Assortment - Arugula, Basil, Chives, Cilantro, Dill, Oregano, Sage, Thyme
Fresh organic herbs at scissors reach are a must in the kitchen. This 8 variety collection of herb seeds includes all the culinary go-to's that you'll want to grow in your own herb garden. Additionally, this entire collection of 8 varieties of herb seeds are all organic, which means they are non-GMO and no synthetic or chemical pesticides or fertilizers were used throughout the entire growing, harvesting, handling, and packaging process. Planting instructions and individual product descriptions are found on the back of each packet.
The French, who are known for their style in all things, have long brought their artistry to bear on vegetable gardening, turning plots that could be merely utilitarian into gardens of real beauty. "The Art of French Vegetable Gardening" is an original look at the most beautiful French vegetable gardens, from their strict geometries of formal tradition to the happy intermingling of vegetables with flowers, herbs, and fruit trees beloved by organic gardeners. Each chapter offers useful advice and suggestions--applicable to gardens anywhere--while evoking the rich cultural context of the French "potager," or vegetable garden, as lovingly described by Colette, Proust, Gertrude Stein, and many others. Elements of garden design--including layout, hedging or walls, benches, and vertical accents--are detailed, as are specific vegetables that can provide both beauty and flavor. Other topics include companion planting using herbs and flowers, heirloom and collectors' varieties, and even the vegetable garden in winter. Specific gardens are cited as examples throughout. An extensive appendix offers eighty classic French recipe ideas, lists of plants, American seed sources, and French vegetable gardens open to the public. Practical as well as beautiful, "The Art of French Vegetable Gardening" is an invaluable sourcebook to return to again and again.
Heirloom, Organic, Non-GMO Garden Seeds - Salad, Salsa, Fruit, Herb, Vegetable - Collection of 16 Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated Seeds: Zucchini, Kale, Beet, Tomato, More
This assortment of garden seeds takes the hassle out of planning a garden. Each professionally packaged pack of seeds is filled with plenty of high-germination, current crop year vegetable garden seeds. All seeds in this collection are non-gmo, open-pollinated and heirloom. They produce seeds in themselves which can be collected and saved for next year, making for a continuous supply of gardening seeds. The varieties in this collection have been specifically chosen for their ease of growing. Some minor substitutions may apply subject to availability of a particular species year to year. This assortment of garden seeds takes the hassle out of planning a garden. Each professionally packaged pack of seeds is filled with plenty of high-germination, current crop year vegetable garden seeds. All seeds in this collection are non-gmo, open-pollinated and heirloom. They produce seeds in themselves which can be collected and saved for next year, making for a continuous supply of gardening seeds. The varieties in this collection have been specifically chosen for their ease of growing. Some minor substitutions may apply subject to availability of a particular species year to year.
A perfect leek from France. Flavorful zucchini from Italy. An infamous potato from Ireland, and a humble lentil from Ethiopia. "100 Vegetables" offers a veritable cornucopia of vegetables and stories from around the world--from Argentina to Zimbabwe, from Australia to the United States. William Woys Weaver--veggie connoisseur, gardener, and historian--guides us through a range of peppers, potatoes, peas, gourds, onions, tomatoes, greens, and a whole lot more. Not every carrot is the same. All beans aren't equal. Take the Petaluma Gold Rush bean, a rugged legume, grown for over 150 years and brought to California by an American whaler from Peru. Or the violet carrot, which the Greeks brought back from India following the conquests of Alexander the Great. Mixing history, culinary suggestions, practical information, and personal anecdotes, Weaver introduces us to unusual heirloom vegetables as well as to common favorites. He provides answers to general questions, such as the difference between a yam and a sweet potato, and presents lively portraits of one hundred vegetable varieties, which he's grown and harvested in his own kitchen garden. Organized alphabetically by common name, 100 Vegetables includes beautifully detailed drawings throughout and a helpful appendix of seed resources.
Heirloom Flowers profiles a hundred plants, and each description features a short history of where the flower originated and when it was introduced to cultivated gardens, its place in legend and folklore, plus guidelines on cultivation and pest control. An extensive resource section lists seed suppliers, seed-saving networks and organizations, historical societies, and gardens to visit for inspiration and design ideas.
Dried beans pack a load of protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals - and flavor - into their colorful and long-lasting seeds. No wonder they're classic staples of gourmet restaurants, farmhouse kitchens and cowboy line camps from coast to coast. For â€œPreparedness Gardeningâ€ you cannot beat drying beans for nutrition, easy growing, and amazing storability for long-term food security.
CERTIFIED NON-GMO SEEDS (Appr. 1,100) - Lettuce Seeds, Blend - Heirloom Lettuce Seeds - Untreated, Non Hybrid - USA Garden Seeds
Seedz Certified Organic Seeds are grown, harvested, packed, and shipped by hand right here in the USA. Our heirloom seeds are USDA Organic and Verified Non GMO. We believe in healthy environments, healthy communities, and healthy bodies. That's why we take such care to ensure that all of our heirloom vegetable seeds are of the highest possible quality available. ABOUT YOUR NEW ORGANIC LETTUCE SEEDS Enjoy a beautiful and delicious blend of heirloom lettuces including romaine, lollo rossa, green leaf, red leaf and more for a unique variety of colors and textures as pleasing to the palate as it is on the plate. WHEN TO PLANT For best results, direct seed as soon as soil can be worked. Sow every three weeks into the fall for a continuous harvest. GROW PATTERNS AND TIMING Our gourmet lettuce blend can be harvested as baby leaf or grown as a full-size crop. For baby leaf, sow approximately 60 seeds per foot in 2" bands with about 1" between bands. For a full-sized crop, sow approximately 60 seeds per foot with a row spacing of about 1". Your lettuce should take between 7 and 10 days to germinate. It will be ready to harvest in just 28 days - even less if you've planted for baby leaf. HOW TO USE YOUR HEIRLOOM LETTUCE SEEDS Once fully grown and harvested, lettuce is the perfect base for any salad. Our unique lettuce blend adds more than just color and flavor, though: since all of our seeds are USDA Organic and Non GMO, they're as absolutely natural and healthy as it gets! WHY Seedz ORGANIC LETTUCE SEEDS? USDA Organic Verified Non GMO Grown, Harvested, Packed & Shipped in the USA More Seeds for Your Money (Approx. 1,100 Seeds per Packet) 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Indoors or Outdoors, The Kitchen or the Backyard, This is the Herb Set For You This set of Organic, Non-GMO, culinary herbs is the perfect collection for someone looking to grow their own healthy herbs. Add them to salads, stews, or the frying pan herbs are hard to beat when it comes to adding flavor to any dish. Set includes: Sweet Basil (125 seeds) Cilantro (25 seeds) Fennel (25 seeds) Parsley (170 seeds) Chives (80 seeds) Dill (20 seeds) Oregano (335 seeds) Sage (19 seeds) Thyme (150 seeds) Thai Basil (125 seeds) All seed counts are approximate based on weight Keep your herbs fresh and at scissors reach by growing your own with Rebel Gardens.