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A complete spring garden in one convenient seed collection. All seeds selected by a master gardener to increase chances of success, easy growing and plentiful harvest. Over 2200 seeds, for hundreds of pounds of potential vegetable yields.
Our Spring Garden heirloom seed collection includes 10 seed packets of the most cold hardy crops for spring garden, perfect for planting all the way into early summer. Each variety is individually packaged in a resealable, waterproof poly bag, clearly labeled with all essential information and a QR code linked to a growing guide. The seed collection comes packaged in a compostable, resealable kraft pouch for easy storage! This seed collection is large enough for multiple years of cool season growing for exceptional value without compromise.
All seeds included are Heirloom, Open-Pollinated and Non-GMOs.
All seeds are grown and packaged in the USA.
Natural, non-treated seeds only.
Our 10 most popular cold hardy seeds vegetable varieties in a convenient seed collection, including 1 pack of each of the following vegetable varieties :
Little Fingers carrot seeds - 300 seeds
French Breakfast Radish - 250 seeds
White Icicle Summer Radish - 250 seeds
Tom Thumb Lettuce - 300 seeds
Arugula - 300 seeds
Oregon Giant Snow Peas - 25 seeds
Monstrueux de Viroflay Spinach - 250 seeds
Lacinato Kale - 100 seeds
Cilantro - Slow Bolt - 50 seeds
Parsley - Triple Moss Curled - 300 seeds
Individual varieties information:
Little Fingers carrot seeds
Days to Harvest: 55
A French heirloom developed for canning and pickling, but superior for fresh eating as well. The Little Fingers carrot seeds produce adorable mini carrots with a beautiful orange color. The flavor is sweet and the texture is crisp and fresh. Small roots grow up to four inches and are somewhat blunt at the end.
This tender and sweet petite variety can be densely planted and produce a large harvest in a small amount of space, making it perfect for those with smaller space. The best choice for container gardening.
French Breakfast Radish
Days to Harvest: 28
28 days. A pre-1885 French heirloom; mild, spicy flavor with a red top and a white bottom. An attractive gourmet variety.
White Icicle Radish
Days to Harvest: 28
White Icicle radish features long 3”, pure white roots. Crisp and mild. Withstands heat better than most. An attractive gourmet variety.
Tom Thumb Lettuce
Days to Harvest: 50
Heirloom lettuce that hails back to the 1850s. Tom Thumb Butterhead Lettuce produces small round heads of a delicate pale green,. The head grow to about the size of a baseball, reaching only 3-4 inches across. Perfect for one-person salad. Can be planted close together in a small space.
Grows well in containers on your patio or use it as a petite planting border.
Oregon Giant Snow Peas
Days to Harvest: 67
Eat Oregon Giant Snow Peas straight from the garden!
Oregon Giant Snow Peas are considered one of the largest, crispiest, and sweetest. These snow peas Vines stay below 30 inches, and do not need support. Needs cool weather to give good yields. Kids love to harvest the huge, crisp pods!
Oregon Giant Snow Peas were developed at Oregon State University to be large and disease-resistant. Oregon Giant Snow Pea is resistant to Powdery Mildew, Fusarium Wilt, and Pea Enation Mosaic Virus.
These snow peas shine in the kitchen left as crisp as possible. Pods are tasty stir fried or in salads. Pick before the peas inside start to get large. An heirloom variety that has been popular for many years.
Slow Bolt Arugula
Days to Harvest: 50
A gourmet salad greens for the gourmet gardener.
This delicious green is beloved by chefs and home cooks around the world. The delicate, serrated leaves have a spicy, peppery, mustard-like flavor. Sprinkle it atop a pizza and tuck it inside sandwiches for an instant upgrade!
This is one of our most popular greens and is a great staple in any garden, especially in the colder months of the year. With an incredibly high germination rate, lovely crunch, and tolerance for cool weather this the perfect cold-weather green. Plant densely as soon as the soil can be worked in the spring and trim regularly for tender greens early in the season. The tidy, small plants are also great in containers and can be grown indoors for an added bonus.
Succession plant every 2-3 weeks until the heat of summer arrives. Plant again in late summer or early fall for a long, productive harvest right into the colder months. This variety has increased resistance to bolting for a prolonged harvest when planted in the spring.
Monstrueux de Viroflay Spinach
Days to Harvest: 50
A French heirloom from the late 1860s. Gourmet leaves are large, up to 10 inches long and almost as wide, smooth and flat with a deep green color. Plants are fast growing and vigorous, exceptionally resistant to cold. Great for fall planting or in very early spring.
Flavor is delicate and outstanding. The most gourmet variety we know.
Brassica oleracea var. sabellica
Days to Harvest: 65
AKA, Nero di Toscana Cabbage , Black Tuscan, Black Palm Tree or Dinosaur Kale
With so many aliases, it’s no wonder Lacinato Kale is one of the most popular variety of kale in our gardens! Those long black-green leaves are heavily savoyed and loaded with nutrition. A single serving can have up to three times the recommended daily vitamin A, plus loads of minerals, calcium, and vitamin C, as well as lots of fiber and protein. A truly a miraculous plant and a great yielder. The plants can grow to 2 feet and will keep producing for a long season, well into the cold winter months. In fact, a frost only makes the leaves sweeter.
The plants easily overwinter ours in an unheated hoophouse or under row cover in our Connecticut climate. Comes the spring, they produce wonderful florets that make a gourmet broccoli substitute. Leave the flower heads to full develop and attract loads of pollinators!
Lacinato Kale dates back to the 1700's and does well in all grow zones, in full sun to part-shade.
Days to Harvest: 60
Seed packet contains a minimum of 40 seeds
Also known as coriander, cilantro is beloved cool weather herb. A fast growing, yet remarkably slow bolting strain of cilantro. The broad, celery-like leaves are deep green and have notched margins. Stems are strong and flavor is pungent for Mexican and Asian cooking. 1 to 2' tall.
Triple Moss Curled Parsley
Days to Harvest: 70
Triple Moss Curled Parsley is a fancy, extra ruffled version of the ever popular Mediterranean classic herb. One of the oldest cultivated herb known to man, parsley has been grown in the Mediterranean region for over 2000 years. The plants grow in tidy round mounds and are quite attractive, with a vibrant green color.
Grow it as a biennial in mild winter climates or as an annual in zones 6 and under. In its second year, curled parsley blooms from spring to mid- summer. Once the plant blooms it loses much of its culinary value, but the attractive yellow blooms are a pollinator magnet and are useful in any garden.
Easy to grow and start from seed, this is a great choice for container gardening as well.
A note on our seeds: we are gardeners first. Our passion led us to search for the best yielding, tasting and growing varieties of vegetables and flowers who thrive under normal home gardening conditions. Our seeds are produced by and for home gardeners, not commercial farms or greenhouses, which means they will produce their best in your garden as well!
Our seeds are all open-pollinated, heirloom and never hybrids. We would never plant a GMO seed in our garden and would never sell one to you, either! We are also painfully aware of the conditions of workers in the parts of the world where commercial hybrid seeds are produced and we refuse to be a part of it. All our seeds are produced by American farmers on American farms for this reason.
We stand by our products and guarantee our seeds for germination and purity: if you have any problem with your order, message us and we will be more than happy to help. We always love to talk with fellow gardeners.
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