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Samphire (Crithmum maritimum), packet of 30 seeds
Samphire (Crithmum maritimum), packet of 30 seeds

(Sea Samphire, Rock Samphire, Sea Fennel, Crest Marine)  Perennial halophyte native to the coast of England and hardy to -10 degrees F. The plants will grow in rocky or poor soils, from clefts in the rock or in briney marshes. The fleshy leaves are gathered in the spring and pickled by covering with hot vinegar.

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Sesame, Black (Sesamum indicum), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Sesame, Black (Sesamum indicum), packet of 100 seeds, organic

(Black Sesame) Multistemmed upright annual bearing follicles stacked with oil-rich seeds.  Native to India.  Easy and vigorous germinator in warm soils, quickly attaining a full branching habit and maturing seed within 120 days. Seeds are jet-black and have a sweet taste.

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Shiso, Red Leaf (Perilla frutescens), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Shiso, Red Leaf (Perilla frutescens), packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Zi-su-ye, Aka-Shiso, Perilla, Red Shiso)  Fast-growing annual in the temperate north.  Woody perennial in subtropics to tropics.  Native to E. Asia, the plant is widely grown in India, China, Japan, and indeed throughout the world.  The leaves are used lightly steamed or pickled, as an accompaniement to sushi or as an ingredient in umeboshi plums.

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Shungiku (Chrysanthemum coronarium), packet of 100 seeds, organic

(Edible Chrysanthemum, Chop Suey Greens)
This is a cultivated strain originally from China. The smooth, crunchy and richly textured young green leaves are delicious eaten raw or as a steamed vegetable with rice.The bright yellow flowers are edible, an artsy and highly aromatic touch for kitzy salads. 

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Snowdown Seed Collection, Organic
Snowdown Seed Collection, Organic

From the Makers of HOEDOWN comes SNOWDOWN!  100% Certified Organic Vegetable Seeds for Fall and Winter Vegetables.  Germ-tested, fat and viable.  Open-Pollinated (seed saver friendly)
Vacuum packed to last and last (store in fridge).  Easy to grow.  Contains 12 full size packets of late summer and fall planted vegetable seeds.

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Sorghum, Tunisian Grain (Sorghum bicolor), packet of 300 seeds, organic
Sorghum, Tunisian Grain (Sorghum bicolor), packet of 300 seeds, organic

(Grain Sorghum, Tunisian Sorghum, Milo) Annual food grain native to Africa, 90 days to maturity. Tastes most like Wheat of all gluten-free grains.  Easy to grow in standard garden conditions, this is a tasty, gluten-free grain that can be consumed boiled whole (traditional source of couscous, morning porridge) and can be ground into a flour for baking bread and pastries. 

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Sorrel, Garden (Rumex acetosa), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Sorrel, Garden (Rumex acetosa), packet of 100 seeds, organic

Herbaceous perennial native to Eurasia and hardy to -30 degrees F.   This is one of our finest plants.  Broadleaf sorrel excellent for making soups and sauces. 

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Spilanthes, Brede mafane (Acmella alba), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Spilanthes, Brede mafane (Acmella alba), packet of 100 seeds, organic

(Toothache Plant, Para Cress, Buzz Buttons, Sansho Buttons, Electric Buttons, Jambu, Szechuan Buttons)  Annual.  120 days to maturity.  Native to South America, introduced to East Africa.  Low growing creeper bearing loads of bright yellow, conical flowers.  This is the original wild form of the plant, from which the standard "fisheye" type spilanthes was derived. 

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Spinach, Bloomsdale Long Standing (Spinacea oleracea), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Long Standing Bloomsdale Spinach) Annual greens native to SW Asia and widely cultivated.  Rich in Vit C, A, E, B6, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, magnesium and potassium.  Consumption of Spinach is tantamount to taking a vitamin pill, and is more bioavailable and tastier, too.  This is a dark green, slow bolting, oval leaved, medium savoyed type of great renown. 

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Spinach, Malabar Red (Basella rubra), packet of 20 seeds
Spinach, Malabar Red (Basella rubra), packet of 20 seeds

(Malabar Red Spinach)  Hardiness: Perennial climbing vine native to Africa and Southwestern India (the Malabar coast).  Protect from frost.  Very quick-growing heat-tolerant spinach substitute can be grown as an annual in the temperate US, producing tasty leaves in as few as 55 days. Thickens soups deliciously!  

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Spinach, Red Aztec (Chenopodium berlandieri) packet of 300 seeds, organic
Spinach, Red Aztec (Chenopodium berlandieri) packet of 300 seeds, organic

(Red Aztec Spinach, Huazontle) Family:  Chenopodiaceae  Native to Mexico, this Lamb's Quarters variant is distinguished by the tasty edibility of its leaves that blush red.

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Spinach, Winter (Spinacea oleracea), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Winter Spinach)  Annual greens native to SW Asia and widely cultivated.  Rich in Vit C, A, E, B6, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, magnesium and potassium.  Consumption of Spinach is tantamount to taking a vitamin pill, and is more bioavailable and tastier, too.  Our's is a slow bolting, medium savoyed type that makes crops in the spring and in the fall.

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Squash, Acorn, packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Bush Acorn Squash) Annual.  80 days.  Great winter squash for small gardens and large, the bush habit is compact.  Average 5 fruits per plant.  High resistance to powdery mildew.  Fruits acorn shaped, rounded, buff green.

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Squash, Blue Hubbard (Cucurbita maxima), packet of 10 Seeds, Organic
Squash, Blue Hubbard (Cucurbita maxima), packet of 10 Seeds, Organic

(Blue Hubbard Squash)  Very large squashes that look like beached whales (blue whales).  Sweet golden flesh is fine for pies, baked squash, or soups.  The flesh is thick and may be baked and cut into slabs for the dinner plate.  The rhind is a beautiful light turquise color and very hard, making this one of the best of all keepers.

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Squash, Winter Delicata Zeppelin, packet of 30 seeds, organic
Squash, Winter Delicata Zeppelin, packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Winter Delicata Zeppelin) Annual.  80 days.  Medium sized vining squash, yellow with forest-green stripes and orange flesh that is rich in vitamin A.

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Squash, Yellow Crookneck, packet of 30 seeds, organic
Squash, Yellow Crookneck, packet of 30 seeds, organic

Annual.  60 days from seeding in the garden to sizzling in the pan.  The yellow crookneck was first selected by native american people of the eastern tribes.  When harvested in the early stages of development, the fruits are nearly solid, edible and delicious. 

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Sunflower, Fat Mama (Helianthus annuus), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Sunflower, Fat Mama (Helianthus annuus), packet of 50 seeds, organic

Annual.  60 days to maturity.  Tall, single-flowered sunflowers with fat heads bearing striped seeds that are the best kind for making sprouts, eating and for feeding to birds.

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Sunflower, Hopi Black Dye (Helianthus annuus), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Sunflower, Hopi Black Dye (Helianthus annuus), packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Hopi Black Dye Sunflower, Traditional Oil Sunflower)  Annual.  90-100 days to maturity.  Generally single-headed although occasionally poly-headed, the plants are sturdy of stem and consistently dark black of seedHeirloom variety from Hopi Land, an oil, food, and dye plant that has its roots in ancient prehistory.
 

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Tomato, Amish Paste (Lycopersicon esculentum), packet of 20 seeds, organic
Tomato, Amish Paste (Lycopersicon esculentum), packet of 20 seeds, organic

Amish Paste Tomato  80 to 90 days to fruits.  Indeterminate vines produce sparse, very large, meaty, oblong fruits that are excellent used fresh, canned, or made into a thick sauce.  These are commonly rated among the tastiest of all tomatoes. 

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Tomato, Black Cherry (Lycopersicon esculentum), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Tomato, Black Cherry (Lycopersicon esculentum), packet of 50 seeds, organic

Annual heirloom.  70 days to fruits.  Vigorous, sparsely-leaved yet heavily fruited indeterminate vine to 5 feet tall does best when trellised.  The fruits themselves are large for cherries (1 inch plus diameter), very round, dusky in color, firm, and posessed of superb tomato taste. Additional notes after growing these the second time from our own seed:  Size very consistent, dark color resists sunburn,no splitting to speak of, and during a drought year, our best performing tomato.

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