Your favorite nutritious, tasty veggies, descended from long heirloom lines, to deliver taste, color and texture like you’ve never imagined if you haven’t grown them yourself before.
Bean, Bush: Black Turtle$5.75 $5.75
The black turtle bean is a small, shiny variety of the common bean especially popular in Latin American cuisine, though it can also be found in the Cajun and Creole cuisines of south Louisiana. Like all varieties of the common bean, it is native to the Americas
Bean, Bush: Blue Lake$5.75
Blue Lake Bush Bean grows in the shape of a bush, and doesn’t need a pole or support.
Bean, Pole: Good Mother Stallard$5.50 $5.50
Deep rich flavor, velvety texture and an addicting bean broth. A pioneer favorite.
Minimum 35 Seeds
Bean, Pole: Rattlesnake Snap$5.75 $5.75
Legendary Southwestern favorite, extremely water efficient, eats drought for lunch.
Planted in late summer, monsoon rain alone is enough to produce a survival crop from the Rattlesnake. Good flavor and very tender; the speckled seeds are popular in soup.
Carrot: Scarlet Nantes$5.50 $5.50
This is probably the king of the farmer’s market, and definitely a favorite among dedicated home gardeners. A great variety for heavy soils, producing uniform roots about six inches long and an inch across.
Eggplant: Listada de Gandia$5.50 $5.50
The Eggplant has been cultivated in southern and eastern Asia since prehistory.
Minimum 35 seeds
Melon: Rich Sweetness 132$5.75 $5.75
Rich Sweetness 132 is a beautiful reddish brown melon, about the size of a baseball, striped with golden yellow and very fragrant, with a Pina Colada-like aroma and flavor.
Okra: Burgundy Red$5.50 $5.50
Great for eating raw when approximately 3 inches long or when the flower falls off.
Onion: Apache Scallion$5.75 $5.75
Deep burgundy early bunching scallion with red to purple accents.
Onion: Utah Sweet Yellow Spanish$5.75
A sweet, somewhat spicy yellow variety that stores well and can endure drought and cold temperatures, developed in the Salt Lake City region of Utah.
Recommended by Utah State University. Exceptional in the Great Basin, Great Plains and Intermountain West.
Pepper, Chili: Anaheim$5.50 $5.50
The Anaheim pepper is a mild variety of New Mexico chile pepper.
Pepper, Chili: Catron County Jalapeno$5.50 $5.50
This strain was collected in Catron County, New Mexico in a region south of the Zuni Pueblo. They are big producers that come in earlier than most Jalapeno varieties.