Inventory Clearout Sale!

These nativeheirloom, and organic seed varieties will not be available again, so get them while you can! Each seed pack comes with easy-to-follow growing instructions, a collectible fun facts card, and bonus items to get you growing!

  • Vegetables
  • Herbs
  • Wildflowers
  • Salad Greens
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Kentucky Wonder Bush BeanKentucky Wonder Bush Bean

Kentucky Wonder Bush Bean

Kentucky Wonder is a popular stringless variety of snap bean that has been grown in the US since the Civil War began. It is known for its large, meaty beans with intense, hearty flavor.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Scarlet Nantes CarrotsScarlet Nantes Carrots

Scarlet Nantes Carrots

This mid-19th century variety of bright red-orange carrots offers a sweet, crisp taste. Scarlet Nantes are easy to grow, quick to mature, and don't require any peeling. Great fresh, frozen, cooked, or canned these adaptable carrots are the perfect snack!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Dwarf Blue Curled KaleDwarf Blue Curled Kale

Dwarf Blue Curled Kale

Kale is so attractive it's often grown for its appearance alone. Many brides use decorative varieties of kale in their bouquets for their fun colors! These gorgeous blue-green leaves will hold their color, even in severe cold!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 4-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Bull's Blood BeetsBull's Blood Beets

Bull's Blood Beets

You may have heard of Bull's Blood beets before, since they make such attractive micro-greens to chefs. Bull's Blood beet micro-greens taste like a sweet mixture between beetroot and spinach, while the full-grown beets have an earthy, sweet, and almost nutty flavor.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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French Breakfast RadishFrench Breakfast Radish

French Breakfast Radish

The French Breakfast radish is a quick growing variety known for crisp texture and mild spicy flavor. They're excellent freshly sliced in salads, or lightly salted as a snack!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring, summer or fall.

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Aosta Valley Small-Fruited TomatoesAosta Valley Small-Fruited Tomatoes

Aosta Valley Small-Fruited Tomatoes

With a shorter season, smaller footprint and exceptional resistance to weather and pests, Aosta Valley small-fruited tomatoes are a great late-season staple for any patio garden!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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De Cicco BroccoliDe Cicco Broccoli

De Cicco Broccoli

De Cicco Broccoli is a compact, cool-weather variety producing fleurette heads up to 4 inches wide, with a secondary harvest of side shoots. It's also a great source of vitamins C and K!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 4-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Sugar Ann Snap PeasSugar Ann Snap Peas

Sugar Ann Snap Peas

The Sugar Ann snap pea is a compact pea plant that is perfect for growing in containers and in gardens where space is at a premium, as it only reaches a height of 2-3 inches and therefore does not necessarily require trellising, though it may be advantageous.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Black Cherry TomatoesBlack Cherry Tomatoes

Black Cherry Tomatoes

This beautiful, prolific variety offers clusters of juicy, round, 1" purple-black tomatoes, with complex, rich, sweet flavors. The vines are vigorous, and often best grown on a trellis.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Chantenay CarrotsChantenay Carrots

Chantenay Carrots

Chantenay carrots are named after the region of France where they were developed. This classic heirloom variety is known for reliability, strong yields and great taste.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Parisian CarrotsParisian Carrots

Parisian Carrots

Parisian carrots are excellent for container gardening due to their short, round bodies, growing up to 2 inches in diameter. Famously used in French cuisine, they can be sliced beautifully into perfect rondelles.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring, summer or fall.

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Tokyo Long White Bunching OnionTokyo Long White Bunching Onion

Tokyo Long White Bunching Onion

All alliums are generally used the same way, adding flavor to salad, stir-fry, soup and more. This Japanese heirloom scallion variety is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B, potassium, folate and many other essential minerals.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Tall Utah CeleryTall Utah Celery

Tall Utah Celery

In the 1700s, when celery was known as "sellery", it was served only at the grandest feasts. When harvesting celery, look for for robust shoots with a high thickness-to-height ratio, tiny or unopened leaves, and stems that are tender and flexible.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 4-10.

Plant in spring, summer, or fall.

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Provider BeansProvider Beans

Provider Beans

Provider beans are aptly named, yielding 25% to 50% more pods than your average green bean plant! The early green pods are great fresh, sauteed in oil, or blended to make soups, while the later pods can be dried and baked.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Tom Thumb Bush PeasTom Thumb Bush Peas

Tom Thumb Bush Peas

Gardeners with less space will love Tom Thumb peas. The vines grow only 6 to 8 inches and they are hardy down to 20 degrees! These little plants produce an abundance of peas in a tiny space. Pop them in the garden or a container and enjoy the sweet taste of home-grown peas!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Pink Lady's Slipper RadishPink Lady's Slipper Radish

Pink Lady's Slipper Radish

Pink Lady's Slipper radishes are a lovely bright pink color with an unusual peppery kick. Cooking them brings out their sweetness, though, and the leaves make a great addition to salads!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Florence FennelFlorence Fennel

Florence Fennel

Florence fennel is a hardy, perennial herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves named "maratho" by the Greek after Pheidippides' famous sprint from the battle of Marathon to Athens carrying a stalk of fennel. Remarkably, fennel is considered a vegetable, herb, and flower!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring, summer, or fall.

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Helenor RutabagaHelenor Rutabaga

Helenor Rutabaga

Rutabagas can be prepared and eaten like any root vegetable, including baked, roasted, boiled, braised, steamed and fried. In rare instances, they can grow to be over 80 pounds!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in summer or fall.

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German Winter ThymeGerman Winter Thyme

German Winter Thyme

Thyme adds flavor to just about any dish from salad to roast turkey, and makes a great tea which helps relieve coughs and congestion. It's also thought to help reduce inflammation and support the immune system.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 5-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Bouquet DillBouquet Dill

Bouquet Dill

Bouquet dill is a highly aromatic easy-to-grow herb with yellow flower heads that fits in any home garden! The seed clusters are used as a pickling spice, while young leaves add flavor to salads, soups and fish.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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CilantroCilantro

Cilantro

Fresh cilantro from the garden tastes pungent, bright, lemony, and a little peppery, but fades a bit when cooked. Adding zest to soups, salads and salsas, cilantro seeds, (coriander) can be dried and ground to create a warm, citrus spice!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring, summer, or fall.

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SageSage

Sage

Common sage has furry, grey-green, fragrant leaves, with bluish-purple 2-lipped flowers that attract butterflies and bees! This gorgeous evergreen is perfect for cooking with fatty meats, and sage tea can help alleviate stomach aches and ease coughs.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 4-8.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Sweet MaceSweet Mace

Sweet Mace

Sweet Mace is an easy-to-grow substitute for French tarragon in the kitchen, and the leaves can be used in wide variety of dishes. The flowers can be added to tea for a light anise-flavor, which in many Mexican cultures is commonly used to help relieve stomach aches. The flowers can also be made into a yellow dye for watercolor painting.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 8-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Genovese BasilGenovese Basil

Genovese Basil

Genovese basil is an extremely popular variety, known for its large leaves, rich flavor and strong aromatics. Try this basil in your next sauce, especially if its a pesto, the traditional sauce of Genoa.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 5-10.

Plant in spring, summer or fall.

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Florence FennelFlorence Fennel

Florence Fennel

Florence fennel is a hardy, perennial herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves named "maratho" by the Greek after Pheidippides' famous sprint from the battle of Marathon to Athens carrying a stalk of fennel. Remarkably, fennel is considered a vegetable, herb, and flower!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring, summer, or fall.

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$3.50$1.75
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Wild MintWild Mint

Wild Mint

These tiny flowers are edible, rich when used in oils, and lovely as tea. They make a great addition to jams, summer drinks, sauces, salads and used to flavor meat!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-7.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Mountain MintMountain Mint

Mountain Mint

This fragrant native perennial grows white clusters of tightly packed, button-like flowers that bloom from July-September, and are highly attractive to pollinators like bees.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-7.

Plant in spring or summer.

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BorageBorage

Borage

Borage's beautiful and edible flowers have a unique, cucumber-like aroma and flavor (some also note a hint of honey). A favorite for pollinators, borage is considered beneficial to increasing honey production in bees.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in spring or fall.

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ChivesChives

Chives

Chives are known for their delicate, milder onion flavor, and beautiful, light purple blossoms which appear in late spring to early summer. These flowers are not only edible, they attract butterflies and repel deer.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Curled ParsleyCurled Parsley

Curled Parsley

Curled parsley is a must for any outdoor herb garden or a sunny windowsill! It's easier to grow than flat-leaved parsley, and tastes stronger as well. In addition to being a tasty, breath purifying, nutritious garnish rich in vitamins, curled parsley flower heads are also great at attracting beneficial insects!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring, summer, or fall.

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Spotted Bee BalmSpotted Bee Balm

Spotted Bee Balm

Monardas are known for beautiful flowers that attract hummingbirds, pollinators and other insects that eat harmful pests. This variety, in particular, grows dense whorls of yellow flowers with purple spots, which is where it gets its name.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Common MilkweedCommon Milkweed

Common Milkweed

You may know that milkweed is a favorite for Monarch butterflies, and that their larvae rely entirely on milkweed sap for nutrition. What you might not know is that milkweed sap contains cardiac glycosides, which adds a toxic element to the bug's blood that protects them from predators!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-8.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Cutleaf ConeflowerCutleaf Coneflower

Cutleaf Coneflower

While a relatively uncommon ingredient these days, cutleaf coneflower was a staple vegetable of many Native Americans, eaten raw, in stews, or fried!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Wild BergamotWild Bergamot

Wild Bergamot

Wild bergamot is the most abundant species of Monarda, and while it's most commonly used to attract pollinators, it also makes a great spice, garnish and tea!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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$2.50$1.25
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Sweet MaceSweet Mace

Sweet Mace

Sweet Mace is an easy-to-grow substitute for French tarragon in the kitchen, and the leaves can be used in wide variety of dishes. The flowers can be added to tea for a light anise-flavor, which in many Mexican cultures is commonly used to help relieve stomach aches. The flowers can also be made into a yellow dye for watercolor painting.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 8-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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$3.50$1.75
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Sweet GoldenrodSweet Goldenrod

Sweet Goldenrod

Goldenrod flowers are edible and make beautiful garnishes on salads. Leaves can be cooked like spinach or added to soups and casseroles. The flowers can be steeped into a delicate anise-flavored tea, or made into a dye for cloth or watercolor paintings!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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$3.50$1.75
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Wild MintWild Mint

Wild Mint

These tiny flowers are edible, rich when used in oils, and lovely as tea. They make a great addition to jams, summer drinks, sauces, salads and used to flavor meat!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-7.

Plant in spring or summer.

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$3.50$1.75
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Mountain MintMountain Mint

Mountain Mint

This fragrant native perennial grows white clusters of tightly packed, button-like flowers that bloom from July-September, and are highly attractive to pollinators like bees.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-7.

Plant in spring or summer.

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$3.50$1.75
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BorageBorage

Borage

Borage's beautiful and edible flowers have a unique, cucumber-like aroma and flavor (some also note a hint of honey). A favorite for pollinators, borage is considered beneficial to increasing honey production in bees.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-11.

Plant in spring or fall.

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$3.50$1.75
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ChivesChives

Chives

Chives are known for their delicate, milder onion flavor, and beautiful, light purple blossoms which appear in late spring to early summer. These flowers are not only edible, they attract butterflies and repel deer.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Shrubby St. John's WortShrubby St. John's Wort

Shrubby St. John's Wort

Shrubby St. John's wort is a hearty shrub that is drought, pest and deer resistant, with bright yellow flowers and fruits that birds love. While we don't recommend eating St. John's wort, this truly beautiful, low-maintenance, native shrub is perfect for creating natural fencing in your garden!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 4-8.

Plant in spring or fall.

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False NettlesFalse Nettles

False Nettles

False nettles don't have stingers, making them a great gateway plant to their more vicious (and delicious!) relatives. Besides all the great ways you can eat nettles, you can actually use mature nettle stalks to make your own fibers for rope!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-10.

Plant in spring or summer.

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DandelionDandelion

Dandelion

Dandelions are rich in vitamins A, B, C and E as well as essential minerals like iron phosphorous, potassium and calcium. The roots are great fried or used as a healthier coffee alternative, the flowers can be used in tea to calm the nerves or made into oil for skin care, and the leaves can be eaten as a salad!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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$3.50$1.75
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Dwarf Blue Curled KaleDwarf Blue Curled Kale

Dwarf Blue Curled Kale

Kale is so attractive it's often grown for its appearance alone. Many brides use decorative varieties of kale in their bouquets for their fun colors! These gorgeous blue-green leaves will hold their color, even in severe cold!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 4-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Winter DensityWinter Density

Winter Density

A lettuce for all seasons, winter density has tightly folded, dark green heads with a texture between butterhead and romaine lettuces. Not only does winter density lettuce withstand summer heat better than other lettuces, but also cold and frost, and in some regions it's even sown in winter!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Bright Lights Swiss ChardBright Lights Swiss Chard

Bright Lights Swiss Chard

Swiss chard has a mild flavor that pairs nicely with a wide variety of dishes. Its tender, dark green leaves are larger than that of a red beet, and are very thick and succulent, and perfect sautéed or added to soups and salads, while the midribs and stalks are typically eaten like asparagus.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 6-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Crisp Mint RomaineCrisp Mint Romaine

Crisp Mint Romaine

Crisp mint is a delicious variety of romaine, named for its ruffled, mint green colored leaves. The taste is not at all minty, and exactly what you would expect from a great romaine lettuce; a sweet flavor and fresh texture that is perfect in any sandwich or salad!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Cutleaf ConeflowerCutleaf Coneflower

Cutleaf Coneflower

While a relatively uncommon ingredient these days, cutleaf coneflower was a staple vegetable of many Native Americans, eaten raw, in stews, or fried!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Red-Veined SorrelRed-Veined Sorrel

Red-Veined Sorrel

Red-veined sorrel is a decorative edible that is the low-maintenance relative of French sorrel, which is more commonly grown for cooking. With maroon veins, a classic sorrel flavor, and beautiful bright green leaves, sorrel adds a delicious tang to soups, salads and sauces, and is high in vitamins A & C, potassium, and iron.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Bloomsdale SpinachBloomsdale Spinach

Bloomsdale Spinach

Bloomsdale Spinach is tender, nutritious and relatively mild in flavor. It's great in virtually any dish, or sauteed in garlic, olive oil and white wine. Spinach also helps balance sharper flavors in mixed green salads, and is rich in many vitamins and essential minerals.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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Rouge d'Hiver RomaineRouge d'Hiver Romaine

Rouge d'Hiver Romaine

Rouge d'Hiver is an heirloom variety of red romaine that has been passed down for generations. It has colorful leaves that start green, and then fade to a deep red-bronze as they mature.

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-10.

Plant in spring or fall.

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False NettlesFalse Nettles

False Nettles

False nettles don't have stingers, making them a great gateway plant to their more vicious (and delicious!) relatives. Besides all the great ways you can eat nettles, you can actually use mature nettle stalks to make your own fibers for rope!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-10.

Plant in spring or summer.

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$3.50$1.75
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Apollo ArugulaApollo Arugula

Apollo Arugula

Apollo is a newer wild variety that grows large, spicy leaves with excellent taste that are relatively mild and great for salads. It also provides a lot of vitamin C while being significantly less bitter than other varieties!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-10.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Green Wave MustardGreen Wave Mustard

Green Wave Mustard

Besides being delicious in salads, these leaves can be used as green manure to cover soil and prevent weeds, mixed with dirt to make a compost that reduces lead in the soil!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 6-11.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Common ArugulaCommon Arugula

Common Arugula

This delicious green has more flavor than most lettuces, with a spicy, peppery, mustard-like taste, great with any salad or sandwich. Quick and easy to grow, this popular plant is a staple in any home garden!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 2-10.

Plant in spring or summer.

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Ruby Streaks MustardRuby Streaks Mustard

Ruby Streaks Mustard

This quick growing, mizuna-like variety is known for its dark delicate leaves and sweet peppery flavor. More mild than other mustards, Ruby Streaks is an excellent addition to any sandwich or mixed greens salad!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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DandelionDandelion

Dandelion

Dandelions are rich in vitamins A, B, C and E as well as essential minerals like iron phosphorous, potassium and calcium. The roots are great fried or used as a healthier coffee alternative, the flowers can be used in tea to calm the nerves or made into oil for skin care, and the leaves can be eaten as a salad!

Grows best in Plant Hardiness Zones 3-9.

Plant in spring or summer.

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$3.50$1.75

We'll guide you every step, from seed to table!

What's included in each Kit?

Each Garden Kit with comes with expertly curated seeds that are easy growing, great tasting, and beneficial to your local ecosystem. 


Includes:

  • High Quality, Non-GMO Seeds

  • Detailed Planting Instructions

  • Educational Info Cards

  • Bamboo Plant Markers & Pen

  • Garden Journal 

  • Measuring Tape

We recommend planting in an area that receives at least 6 hours of direct sun (not shaded) per day.

Why choose Wildweed Gardens?

Free Email Gardening Support: We're here to support you every step of the way to a successful harvest, which is why every Wildweed Gardens Kit comes with free email gardening support for any questions, concerns, or issues that may come up!


Growth Guarantee: We're so confident you'll have a successful gardening season, that if for any reason you're not 100% satisfied, we'll send a full refund or new Kit to try again next season!


Expertly Curated: Our team of expert gardeners have hand-picked these seed varieties to grow this season! It's never been easier to get growing!


Collectible Info Cards: Only Wildweed Gardens' Kits come with our fun and inspiring collectible Info Cards, sharing the fascinating botany, history, folklore and many uses of each plant!


High Quality SeedsSupport your local ecosystem by using sustainably-sourced, USA-grown, open-pollinated, heirloom, organic and native seed varieties!

Shipping and Delivery

We offer free First Class USPS Shipping on all orders! For expedited shipping and handling, we offer Priority USPS Shipping for a flat rate of $4.99.


Due to high demand and hand curation of each Kit, orders typically take up to 3-5 business days to process and ship. Orders using USPS Priority Shipping will be expedited as much as possible. Typical delivery time using USPS First Class Mail is around 3 business days, while priority mail is guaranteed within 1-3 days.


Delivery time will vary based on location, as all Kits are packed by hand. Each order is shipped with a tracking number so you can easily track your new garden every step of the way!


For more information please email us at info@wildweedgardens.com

Unboxing your garden (video)

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  • Improves plant production

  • Prevents root rot & plant shock

  • Increases nutrient uptake

  • Improves your garden's health!

$32.00$18.00
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