Marconi Red Pepper, SWEET (Capsicum annuum)
The sweet pepper variety ‘Marconi Red' was developed in Italy. They are sweeter and tastier than conventional bell peppers since they mature a little later.These tall, narrow sweet peppers are the gourmet's pick due to their incredible sweetness and beauty....
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Hungarian Sweet Wax Pepper, SWEET (Capsicum annuum)
The Hungarian Sweet Wax pepper is excellent for pickling and incorporating into salads or sandwiches. This pepper cultivar produces light yellow peppers that can be plucked young or allowed to mature to an orange-red tint. Hungarian Sweet Wax peppers are...
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Cubanelle Pepper, SWEET (Capsicum annuum)
This fruitful Cuban native produces three lobed fruit up to 6" long and 2" diameter, with rounded, blunt tips. Its waxy, irregular flesh matures from pale yellow-green to red, so pick them when they're still yellow-green. Plants reach a height...
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Tabasco Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
On the Scoville Heat Unit Scale, Tabasco peppers range in heat from 30,000 to 50,000. When compared to a typical jalapeno pepper, which has an average SHU of 5,000, tabasco is 6-10 times hotter. In terms of heat and flavour,...
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Portugal Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
The elongated, curved to straight pods of hot Portugal chile peppers have a conical form that tapers to a point on the non-stem end. When mature, the pods may seem twisted and curled, with wrinkled or smooth, waxy, and glossy...
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Pasilla Bajio Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
The Little Raisin produces productive, 3'-tall plants yielding plentiful, 6" to 12" elongated pods that are just 1" broad, and is named for its dark brown hue and raisin-like aroma when dried. They mature from medium green to dark brown,...
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Mulato Isleno Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
Mulato Isleno Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum) is a smaller version of the Ancho, but it is significantly longer and flatter. It has a little sweeter flavour. After 85 to 95 days, the peppers change colour from green to dark chocolate...
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Large Red Cherry Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
Cherry peppers got their name from their similarity to huge cherry. During the season, the 'Large Red Cherry' produces 1" to 1.5" wide pods. They come in a variety of colours, ranging from green to brilliant crimson. The peppers are...
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Jamaican Hot Yellow Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
Yellow Jamaican Mushroom chile peppers are small, flattened pods with a round shape and wrinkled, gnarled look, averaging 2” length and 1” in diameter. When fully developed, the skin is crinkled, waxy, and lustrous, ripening from green to yellow. The...
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Jamaican Hot Red Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
The Jamaican Hot Red is a small plant that grows to a height of 60 cm. The plant produces a lot of peppers. They appear like mushrooms and have pods that are 5 cm long and 3.5 cm wide, comparable...
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Hungarian Yellow Hot Wax Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
This brilliant yellow moderately spicy pepper reaches a height of around 5"tall, conical, and tapering shape Hungarian Hot Wax pepper seeds generate compact plants that can grow up to 24” tall in length. The fruit is smooth, waxy, and bright...
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Habanero Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
Habanero Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum): Habanero chile pepper pods are tiny, conical to lantern-shaped and orange in color turning to red when fully matured. When fully developed, the skin is waxy, glossy, and smooth. The flesh is thin, crisp, and...
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Habanero Chocolate Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
There aren't many chilies that can compare to the Habanero Chocolate in terms of heat. The Habanero is one of the world's hottest and most well-known chilies. Habanero Chocolate is 50 times spicy than a Jalapeno. The Habanero has a...
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Cow Horn Red Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
Cowhorn Hot Pepper is a medium-hot pepper with an extended and cow-horn-shaped shape. Open-pollinated and high-yielding. Great for creating red pepper flakes and hot sauce.The peppers turn bright red upon maturity, and they do have some heat, measuring in at...
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Chiltepin Wild Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum glabriusculum)
Chiltepin peppers are still grown in the wild in southern Arizona and northern Mexico. The plants produce tiny fruit known as "bird's eye peppers".  Chiltepin peppers have a Scoville heat index of 50,000-100,000 units. That's 6 to 40 times the...
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Alma Paprika Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
This multipurpose Hungarian Pepper is great for making fiery Paprika powder, but it's also delicious right out of the garden, fresh and juicy. Alma has a high Scoville heat rating of 10,000, which is enough to bring out the rich...
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Tendersweet Pea, Edible Pod Snap Pea (Pisum sativum)
Stringless pods that are sweet and crunchy. Edible pods are thick-walled, 2 3/4 inch long, and have an enticing flavour. Heat-tolerant plants that grow to be 18 to 22 inches tall are extremely active, producing many double pods and being...
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Sugar Daddy Pea, Edible Pod Snap Pea (Pisum sativum)
Dr. Calvin Lamborn, the creative research director who produced the first edible-podded snap pea, 'Sugar Snap,' bred 'Sugar Daddy' peas. Stringless pods, shorter vines, and increased disease tolerance are all features of 'Sugar Daddy.' The deep green colour of the...
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Oregon Sugar Pod 2 Pea, Edible Pod (Pisum sativum)
The taste of Homegrown peas is much better than store-bought peas! 'Oregon Sugar Pod 2' produces a large number of delicious 4-inch delicacy pods that can be harvested and eaten when the pods are flat before the seeds are formed....
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Oregon Giant Pea, Edible Pod (Pisum sativum)
Oregon Giant Pea seeds produce plants with exceptionally large, wide, long pods that are dense and sweet. When peas begin to form, they are at their tenderest, and they remain so until they reach their maximum size. Plants are just...
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Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea, Edible Pod (Pisum sativum)
One of our most common peas is the Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea. This common bush pea produces a tasty pod with lovely purple flowers. This flavorful variety is great for steaming, stir-frying, or eating straight from the garden. Since it...
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Avalanche Pea, Edible Pod (Pisum sativum)
Prone to disease Avalanche produces mountains of lovely, smooth, gleaming dark green pods that are about 5 inches long "long, soft, and crisp Its sturdy, semi-leafless vines can reach 30 inch in length and are self-supporting "tall, consistently producing double...
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Wando Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
'Wando' is a cross between 'Laxton's Progress' (an English heirloom) and 'Perfection,' first released in 1943. (a New England heirloom). It is more heat resistant than other pea cultivars and is cold tolerant for early sowing. Plants are sturdy and...
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Thomas Laxton Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
Thomas Laxton is a large and prolific heirloom pea plant. This pea variety is named after Thomas Laxton, a well-known pea breeder. This heirloom pea has been around for over a century and has stood the test of time. Each...
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Lincoln Shelling Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
These peas were first introduced in peacetime, shortly after World War II. Because of its high yields and soft, tender taste, Lincoln quickly became a favourite among American gardeners. The 4-5 cup size is ideal for eating fresh, freezing, or...
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Green Arrow Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
Green Arrow Pea is a common variety for home gardens! This pea is a high-yielding sweet garden pea that is immune to a number of pea diseases. Green Arrow is a delicious variety that can be shelled and eaten raw....
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Early Frosty Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
The Early Frosty Pea is an old heirloom that thrives in colder climates, as its name implies. Early spring or short-season plantings are ideal for this variety. This pea plant produces 3 1/2” pods packed with 6-7 delicious medium sized...
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Hollow Crown Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa)
Parsnips are a must-have in any root garden because of their nutty, sweet flavour and mild, white flesh. Post-frost, Heirloom's 12" long, 3" thick roots reveal their enticing flavour. Roasted with potatoes, turnips, and other root vegetables, full-flavored parsnips add...
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Harris Model Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa)
Smooth, tapered roots with a sweet flavour average 10" in length. For good cause, this workhorse variety has long been a garden mainstay. We've been selling it since our first year, and it looks amazing in our trials. Prepare raised...
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All American Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa)
Parsnips have a long culinary tradition, are flexible and nutritious, and are being introduced to many luxury and specialty restaurants' menus. Their tender, white carrot-like roots have a sweet, distinct flavour that goes well in soups and stews, as well...
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Southport White Globe Onion, Bunching (Allium fistulosum)
The Southport White Globe, an heirloom vegetable, is a classic staple onion known for its versatility in a variety of cuisines. It is a globe-shaped variety that produces slightly delicious white onions that can be used in cooking, salads, and...
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Heshiko Onion, Bunching (Allium fistulosum)
The plant yields a large amount of flavorful bunching onions. Salads and garnishes would love it. These onions don't shape bulbs at all. He Shi Ko Bunching Onions is another name for He Shi Ko Bunching Onions. For home gardens,...
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Evergreen Nebuka Onion, Bunching (Allium fistulosum)
The Nebuka Evergreen Bunching onion is a must-have for any garden! This onion has long, slender white stalks that grow in tight clusters and is a splitting kind. New or fried, this onion is used as a garnish for baked...
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Texas Early Grano 502 Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)
The Texas Early Grano 502 PRR Onion has a white flesh that is uniform and delicious to eat! This onion variety produces a large globe-shaped vidalia-type onion with a pleasant but not overpowering flavour. Texas Early Grano 502 PRR is...
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Red Grano Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)
The heirloom onion Red Grano is a fantastic all-around performer! The Red Grano onion is great for cooking, makes a great hamburger topping, and is delicious in salads because of its crisp and mild flavour. The Red Grano onion is...
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Red Creole Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)
Red Creole is an open-pollinated, medium-maturing short-day red onion. Red Creole has a wide range of adaptations and is widely cultivated. The outer scale is dark red, and the rings are close and red all the way to the bulb's...
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Red Burgundy Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)
The red Burgundy onion yields colourful 4" thick onions with red skins and white and pink interiors. The taste of the Red Burgundy Onion is mild and soft. For salads or hamburgers, this is a great slicing variety. Red Burgundy...
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Crystal White Wax Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)
The plant yields a large number of small white pearl onions. The classic Onion Cocktail! Pickling or cocktail possibilities abound. Sandwiches, stews, and soups all profit from it. Pick onions when they are 1” to 1.5" in diameter. Suitable for...
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Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion, Long-Day (Allium cepa)
One of the most common onions grown by home gardeners and market growers is yellow sweet Spanish onions! This variety produces extra large globe-shaped yellow onions with a golden brown skin that are mild. The Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion is...
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White Sweet Spanish Onion, Long-Day (Allium cepa)
The White Sweet Spanish Onion is a big sweet onion that has been grown for a long time. This onion is a hybrid of the Yellow Sweet Spanish and the Sweet Spanish, but it has a sweeter taste and lacks...
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Red Ruby Onion, Long-Day (Allium cepa)
The Ruby Onion is a tasty and beautiful onion with a "ruby" hue. Ruby is shaped like a globe and is medium to wide in scale. This famous onion produces a large amount of fruit and has a firm flesh....
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Osaka Purple, Japanese Mustard (Brassica juncea)
Dark green-purple leaves with striking white veins make this mustard stand out. Allow it to grow to full size for boiling greens or harvest at 4 to 6 inches for salad. Fast and simple to grow, this is a fantastic...
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Mizuna, Japanese Mustard (Brassica juncea)
Mizuna, Japanese Mustard (Brassica juncea) is a leafy green vegetable and member of the Brassicaceae family. It is native to East Asia, particularly Japan, and is widely cultivated and consumed in various cuisines worldwide.  Mizuna is known by several names,...
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Tendergreen, Mustard (Brassica juncea)
Tendergreen has smooth leaves and can be used as a spinach alternative in the fall. In the late summer heat, seeds germinate and grow swiftly, maturing to a sensitive sweetness in the cooler months. Thinnings are great for fresh snacks...
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Red Giant, Mustard (Brassica juncea)
The burgundy leaves with lime veins are as tasty as they are attractive in the garden or in a container. 'Red Giant's' mustard flavour intensifies with age and hot weather, bringing notes of horseradish in pickled, wilted, or raw salads....
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Florida Broadleaf, Mustard (Brassica juncea)
One of the earliest greens to appear in the spring, and a typical Southern favourite. The big, rich-green leaves of heirloom broad leaf mustard have a savoury pungency. When sautéed, steamed, braised, or added to soup, fresh greens bring flavour...
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Super Red Romaine, Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Super Red Romaine, Romaine Lettuce  (Lactuca sativa): Long, crunchy spoon-shaped leaves of Super Red Romaine Lettuce begin green and turn an intense red color. Because of its crunch and color, this lettuce is often used in Caesar salads. Make edible...
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Rouge de Hiver, Romaine Red Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Rouge d'Hiver (Winter Red) has a distinctive, loose Romaine head with red-brown, flat, smooth leaves with green veins. Market gardeners and home gardeners alike prefer Rouge d'Hiver lettuce seeds. Excellent flavour and an unusual capacity to withstand whatever the weather...
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Red Romaine, Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Long, crinkled leaves with great crunch characterise Red Romaine Lettuce. This variety starts out green and fades to a reddish-purple colour as it matures. The leaves of the Red Romaine are 12" tall and the plant is 10-12" thick. Not...
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