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Spring Seeds Ready, Live Plants On The Way

Spring Seeds Ready, Live Plants On The Way

PaintedDesertSeedCo

Today it begins! Time to get ready for Spring planting. If you’re wanting to grow tomatoes, eggplants and peppers yourself from seeds, you need to get them planted indoors six to eight weeks before the last frost. In Tucson, Wilcox,…

A Flair For Flavor

A Flair For Flavor

PaintedDesertSeedCo

Next up on the January Hit Parade will be our Sonoran Flair beefsteak tomato, a medium-sized sandwich slicer, smaller than some beefsteaks, maybe tennis-ball-sized. This variety is selected from F8 Solar Flair seeds(nowadays spelled “Flare” instead of “Flair”), which were…

Black Carrot Seeds Now Available

Black Carrot Seeds Now Available

PaintedDesertSeedCo

Been harvesting seeds from our Pusa Asita South Indian Black Carrots lately. The big one has greens that stand three feet tall, and it’s putting up seed stalks as thick as fingers. It’s a monster. Here you can see the…

The Chocolate Cherry is BACK!!

The Chocolate Cherry is BACK!!

PaintedDesertSeedCo

After selling out of our popular Chocolate Cherry Tomato for 2016 just a week ago, we are proud to announce that the Chocolate Cherry is BACK!! Our schedule cut it pretty close, but we did manage a nearly seamless transition…

They Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To

They Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To

PaintedDesertSeedCo

Who wouldn’t love the chance to drive something like this thing for some kind of routine chore on the property? It would be great to use this ancient J.I. Case tractor for staging hay or water to another working area…

Squash Your Pollination Issues

Squash Your Pollination Issues

PaintedDesertSeedCo

To maintain isolation and control over the purity of a particular variety, it may become necessary to cage a plant and pollinate it by hand, to avoid cross-pollination from neighbors, farm crops or volunteer plants in the area. Many times,…

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