Novelties of heirloom seeds for the Second week of March 2018
The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
One of the most delectable Summer Squashes, this creamy crookneck is mild, sweet, and full of flavor. The star of any setting, it's just the centerpiece you need for your organic vegetable garden! Pick these fruits when they're small - 5-6 inches long.
Very hardy, dwarf, compact plants produce round roots with tender, yellow, mild-flavoured flesh and with outstanding keeping and exhibition qualities. Golden Ball is the best of the main crops.
Plant produces excellent yields of 150 to 300g creamy white beefsteak tomatoes. They are very sweet, meaty with few seeds, juicy, and flavorful. Perfect in salads and for making sauces. It is known for being the largest and tastiest of the white tomato.
This beautiful-looking oriental vegetable looks delicate and very elegant with its broad pure white midribs and sculptural fluted shape. But it's bone hardy and can withstand even the fiercest of weather, making it the perfect winter salad ingredient.
Sweet, bright white kernels with a tender-crisp texture grow on 7½-8 in. ears. This early sweet corn hybrid has excellent tip fill, dark green husks and long, attractive flag leaves. It's an excellent choice for market growers and home gardeners.
30-35 days. A pristine, snowy-white selection with mild flavor and strong tops. The round, 1 1/2 inch roots. Proven tops for performance, flavor and wide adaptability. Resists cracking.
The fruits are harvested late in the season, just prior to your first frost, when they reach a light, orange-red color. The skin matures to a medium-red color with red flesh, when stored properly. Select only perfect, unblemished and undamaged fruits.
Large pink beefsteak, flat to slightly heart shaped, double fruits are common. Meaty solid center, few seeds, unusual for a beefsteak tomato. Balanced sweet acidity flavor. Most often uses the fruit for canning and making juice. Best in dry climates.
Indeterminate, regular leaf, strong plants. Red fruits are round with a pointed tip, almost heart-shaped, 4-12 oz. Dense and meaty flesh, delicious sweet flavor. Great multi-purpose tomato.
Early maturing plant produces high yields of 6 to 8 oz red tomatoes. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing. It has the same desirable qualities and flavor of the original Champion Tomato with even more disease resistance. Heat tolerant.
The Mobil tomato is a Hungarian variety with plants that remain relatively small (90 - 120 cm). It is therefore good for cultivation on the balcony or in a small garden. The tomatoes are round, ripen to a shiny red, and weigh up to 120 g.
This is a mid-ripening (110-120 days), determinant high-yielding variety with a harmonious ripening of fruits. Bush up to 40 centimeters high. The fruits are rounded, smooth, weighing up to 130 grams. Resistant to diseases.
This is a late-ripening variety of cabbage. Vegetation period is 160-170 days. Heads are mid-sized, round-flat or round. The outer stump is medium or long. Heads are dense, resistant to cracking. High transportability and storage in the winter-spring.
Vegetation is 130-140 days. One of the last open pollinated varieties in existence that still retains excellent eating quality and uniformity. Bred in Hurst, England, Hercules is quite cold hardy. The medium to tall plants yield plump, green sprouts.
A mixture of varieties with a variety of forms and colors of the bark and fruit pulp. Direct sow or transplant in late May or early June when soil warms up. For transplants, start seeds indoors during the first two weeks of May.
Mid-ripening (100-115 days) variety of pumpkin that growing for seeds. The plant is strong, long-leafed. The load on the plant is 6-7 fruits. Fruits are rounded, slightly ribbed, orange-green, weighing 2-3 kg, with a dense yellow juicy flesh.
These unique gourds are produced in many vibrant colors and unusual shapes. All display wings, many are warted. Some are in the shape of 12 inch swans, others may be small spoons, pears, and small to large bottles. Sure attention getters!
Deep ribs, big size. Deep orange colour and strong handles. Ukrainian prolific is very productive and has lots of character, giving it an old time pumpkin appearance. Barrel shaped 25-35 lb pumpkins are borne on strong indeterminate vines.
You simply must try this delicious heirloom baking pumpkin from Ukraine! Each heavily ribbed blue-green-white fruit is packed with stringless golden flesh so rich and aromatic you may just have to eat dessert first.
Grow a garden filled with Zhdana Pumpkin plants, from freshly harvested Cucurbita maxima seeds. Zhdana is a new variety from ukrainian breeders that produces gray colored pumpkins with bright yellow orange flesh.
An extra-large pumpkin that has an upright, barrel shape and large well rooted handles. Vigorous, large vines produce good yields of dark orange fruit, with medium ribbing, that weigh between 35-45 lbs. The fruit are thick fleshed!
The medium-ripening variety for open ground, from shoots to technical ripeness is 100-120 days. Plants are long-spaned, powerful. Fruits are weakly and median oblate, slightly segmented or smooth, weighing up to 9 kg.
Though it's a wonderful pumpkin, the name Hundred Pounds is a bit of a misnomer – it's huge to be sure, but it's more orange than gold. Regardless, Hundred Pounds seeds are great producers of giant pumpkins that can routinely reach weights of up to 60 lb.
This attractive ornamental is actually a squash that add a vivid color to your fall retail displays. The flat, round shaped fruit weigh 10 to 15 lbs. and look like a cheese wheel. The orange flesh is moderately sweet and can be used for baking pies.
With smooth, light orange rinds and flat bottoms, these big pumpkins are perfect for carving or baking. Ranging from 12-30 pounds, they can get nice and big. These heirloom pumpkins were grown by the first settlers in New England!
Medium sized pumpkin are uniform on productive, semi-bush plants. Each fruit has a small seed cavity in dark orange sweet flesh with a tender, smooth skin that is thin, but very hard. Nova is the best choice of butternut squash for gardeners.
Hardy, medium-ripening variety. The beginning of ripening of fruits comes on 95-105 days from the emergence of shoots. Bush plants. Fruits are rounded or slightly flattened, light gray in color, smooth, weighing 3-5 kg.
40 days from transplanting seedlings. Among the most useful of herbs, dill is fragrant, attractive, and delicious. A member of the same family as parsley and cumin, its seeds have a flavor reminiscent of caraway while its leaves have a gentler.
Popular, mid-ripening (100-107 days), high-yielding variety. Yielding - 3-4 kg/sq. Small-sized. It is grown in one-year culture from seeds. Bulb is dense, round-flat. Dry scales are golden yellow. Bulb weight 70-90 grams. Very good quality.
80-85 days. One of the earliest watermelons. Superb for the North, but it also grows well in heat and drought. The flesh is red and deliciously sweet. Fruits have a dark rind and weigh 8-12 lbs each.
85-95 days. Flesh is a gorgeous strawberry pink, ripening to within a half-inch of the rind, and usually has very few seeds. Fine grained, distinctively flavored and super sweet. It is classed among the best-tasting by those who have tried it.
An ideal plant for gardeners with limited space, the vines of Polar Lights bush only reach 3-31/2 feet in length. This is an early producer, the juicy and sweet little 6 pound fruit should be ready harvest in 62 days. Flesh is a deep scarlet.
80-85 days. Large 15 to 20-lb melons very tough, striped rind. The flesh is deep red and very firm. Has a high sugar content and is an excellent, big tasty watermelon. AAS winner from 1950.
Plant produces very high yields of large 22 lb dark green watermelons with light green markings. The red flesh is very sweet. This is a variety similar to the Crimson Sweet, but with higher sugar content and better flesh color.
This is the mid-early variety. Vegetation period is 75-85 days. The fruits are rounded, smooth, average weight 2.5-3.5 kg, light green with wide dark green blurred bands and with a slight wax coating.
This is a sort of late maturity, 85-108 days. Fruits are ball-shaped, white, with barely noticeable light-salad stripes, the surface is smooth, sometimes slightly segmented. Bark of medium thickness (11.0-14.0 millimeters).
85-95 days. A favourite, this round or oblong watermelon matures early and boasts very sweet crimson flesh with black seeds. It is well known for a good yield of melons that average 8-12 pounds each.
Early ripening variety, vegetation period 65-77 days. The weight of the fruit is 2.8-3.5 kg. The shape of the fruit is round-oval. Fetal color: light green. Pattern: medium dark green stripes. The color of the pulp is pink and red.
No summer is complete without watermelon. Prince of Thunder is an excellent variety. This oval-round watermelon can weigh up to 40 lbs and bears a blue-green rind. The flesh is bright red, firm and sweet.
This is a mid-ripening variety of watermelon, vegetative is 84 days. It has a rounded shape of the fruit, an average size of 2.7 kg, sometimes up to 5 kg. Bark of medium thickness, flesh of bright pink color, medium density, juicy.
This is an early watermelon variety - 77-90 days. The fruit is rounded, smooth, light green with wide scalloped stripes. The weight of the commodity fruit is 2.4 kg (up to 5-8 kg). Productivity of 16-32 tons per hectare. Flesh is pink, juicy.
Middle-aged (from shoots to ripening of fruits 80-85 days) variety for open ground and film shelters. The plant is a medium-size plant. The fruit is roundish, large, weighing from 8-12 to 16 kg. Flesh is bright red, granular, very sweet, sugar.
An elongated dark red tomato with yellow to orange almost golden stripes. Small plum tomatoes up to 5 cm in length and weigh 25 to 30 grams. Fruits have an excellent balance between sweetness and acidic flavour. Artisan range. Indeterminate.
Cousin to the other Ukrainian icicle tomatoes, Pink Icicle bears slender, tasty fruits that ripen to pink-red. The fruits have a great flavor, with some citrus overtones. Good for fresh eating, but with few seeds it can be used like a paste tomato.
Astrakhan is an early maturing with good watermelon quality and a vivid red flesh color. The 13-17 lb. oval-shaped fruit have a medium thick rind with a dark green stripe on a medium green background. Astrakhan has shown wide adaptability.
This fine large onion has gained a big following in the past several years. Bulbs in excess of 15 oz are possible, but the real virtue of this variety is the quality. Color is a snow-white, centers are bull’s eye single, tops are vigorous.
Hummingbirds will visit the garden all summer long! This sweetly scented perennial grows easily from Mirabilis Jalapa flower seeds and the hummingbirds love it. The plants are leafy, shrub-like, multi-branched tender perennials.
The hummingbirds will love your garden when you grow these fragrant flowers from Four O'Clock seeds! These old-fashioned favorites have a bright trumpet shaped flower that is very distinctive. The plants got their name because they open in mid-afternoon.
Four O'Clocks take a quiet position in the garden during the day. However, as evening draws near, the flowers burst open and sweeten the night air with beautiful fragrance. What a lovely flower to greet you when you come home from work!
The standard yellow storage onion for the past century. Bulbs are up to 1” wide and can weigh 4-6 oz. Skin dark yellow and flesh is a pleasing white. Cures very well in the fall and if stored properly will provide crispy spiciness to dishes all winter.
This variety is mid-ripening. Highly productive, suitable for growing outdoors and under a film. Gives a high yield, even in arid conditions. The fruits are rounded, striped, with an average weight of 4-7 kg. Transportable. Flesh is bright red, sweet.
Prince is another classic watermelon variety that features sweet and juicy flesh, and an attractive striated rind. Prince also tends to produce heavy yields of watermelons weighing in the 3-5kg range. A round variety.
This is a medium-ripening, sharp variety of onions. Vegetation period when grown by seeds is 100-115 days. Bulbs are dense, small-sized, the average mass is 90-100 grams, round or round-oblong. Cover husk light brown and dark yellow, flesh - white.
This is a ripening, large-fruited, cluster variety for mechanized harvesting, with a high yield of seeds. Ripens on the 108-125 day. The fruit is rounded, not cut, weighing 5-8kg, the surface is smooth, light gray in color.
Olvia melon's vigorous vines produce good yields of very attractive canary type melons in a concentrated set. Durasol's fruit weigh 2.5 kg. and their yellow rinds have the classic wrinkled look that canary melons are known for.
Highly productive mid-ripening (89-91 day) melon. Fruits are oval, weighing 2-3.5 kg, with a yellow-orange net skin. The flesh is very sweet, juicy, fragrant, thick, tender, cream colored. It has a resistance to powdery mildew and anthracnose.
Every herb garden needs Savory seeds! Grow Summer Savory for your garden from herb seeds and season meat and veggies all summer long. As fast as you pick these aromatic leaves, new ones begin to grow!
This is an early, determinant variety of tomato. The plant is 50-60 cm. Fruit - beefsteak shape, red color, weighing up to 150 grams. Grow seedlings or sow seeds in the soil.
This is a open pollinated variety. The plant is short-stemmed, giving 3-4 lateral shoots. Early ripening, 40-55 days. Productivity - 2,6-3,5 kilograms per square meter. For open ground and shelters.
One of the earliest maturing and easiest to grow popcorns. 4-6” ears on 6′ tall plants. Chocolate Cherry kernels have a ruby-red glassy shine when held in the right angle of light. The pointy kernels pop bright white with a small black hull.