Roma II Bush Beans
A high-yield Italian bush bean with an early-bearing season, Roma II beans are a dream for any backyard garden beginner.
Bulk Seeds Bean Kentucky Wonder Bush
This bush type plant produces heavy yields of 9” long by ½” wide delicious medium green beans.
Bush Bean Tendergreen
A heavy yielding, heat tolerant, disease resistant and can grow in just about all parts of the country as they have a fairly short growing season
Bean Contender Bush
Contender is one of the best bush beans ever. It is a heavy cropper with round-oval pods and a strong, distinctive flavor. Its an early bean that does well under short seasons and cool conditions, but it will thrive in hot weather too.
Rattlesnake Pole Bean
Rattlesnake pole beans have a nutty and almost fruity flavor. Some people say they taste similar to green beans, except stronger and sweeter. A heavy producer in hot, humid areas.
Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean
Pole Beans an exceptionally easy bean variety to grow at home, they are also great space savers! These beans grow upward above ground, they also put down roots sometimes up to 30 inches long!
Okra Long Green Pod
This high-yielding cultivar produces abundant crops of large and delicious okra. Use in soups, stews, and gumbos.
Okra Clemson Spineless
A favorite of American gardeners for over 80 years, vigorous 4′ plants produce an abounding harvest of spineless dark-green, grooved pods.
Very tender and delicious. Beautiful deep red pods and stems contrast nicely with green leaves. Ornamental and tasty!
Okra Emerald Velvet
High quality and early 5-6’H plants produce heavy yields of tasty 6- 8″L spineless, dark green, tapered round pods.
Blue Lake Bush Bean
This stringless snap bean matures early and offers superior flavor, color, texture and ease of picking. A bush variety, it does not need staking.
Cowpeas Elite Cream
A bush type cream southern pea that produces heavy yields of 7″ pods with cowpeas that are delicious and easy to shell. This cowpea is one of the most productive of all the cream peas.
Spaghetti squash is a nutritious, low carb, low-calorie alternative to pasta. It’s high in fiber and is also a great source of beta carotene, vitamin C, pantothenic acid, as well as a variety of other vitamins and minerals.
Zucchini Dark Green
Long green squash is mature it can be up to 10-12″ in length! Ideal for multiple cooking dishes and baked goods such as cakes, breads and muffins.
Spinach Giant Noble
An old heirloom, this spinach variety produces huge, dark green leaves with a very delicious flavor. Great in salads, cooked, canned or frozen.
This carrot variety grows to 9″ long and 1 1/2″ wide. It has a very sweet and tender flavor.
Pea Sugar Snap Vining
The Sugar Snap Pea is a garden staple pea that has unmatchable taste! This variety has tall vines that with support can grow up more than 6 feet.
Pea Wando Bush
Wando is a great heirloom Pea for warmer climates and late sowings, as it is quite heat-tolerant. But it’s cold-tolerant, too, making it a great all-season Pea.
Squash White Bush Scallop
Also known as “white patty pan”, these deliciously mild white squash are low in calories and a good source of Vitamin A
Turnip Purple Top
A popular Southern US variety. Smooth, round roots average 3–4″ in diameter and are white below the soil line and bright purple above.
Beets Detroit Dark Red
This heirloom beet is one of the most popular beets out there! The round, smooth roots are about 3″ in diameter and keep well for canning.
Mesclun Mix bulk seeds
Also known as “spring mix,” mesclun is a blend of a number of different varieties of leafy vegetables that are first to sprout early in the season
Lettuce Parris Island
Parris Island Cos is a Romaine lettuce that is beloved by growers, especially on the Eastern Seaboard. It forms vase-shaped heads which can grow up to 12 inches tall.
Collards Georgia Southern
Georgia Southern is a large collard plant with a cabbage-like taste! This variety produces bluish-green leaves that can grow up to 36″ tall and do not bunch or head like cabbage leaves. These large open heads are great for cooking or freezing.
Radish Crimson Giant
This large (1″–2″ diameter) spring radish with crisp, white interior and mild flavor is refreshing in salads, on sandwiches, or eaten like an apple!
Pumpkin Connecticut Field
An heirloom variety, the “standard” and “classic” pumpkin, “one of the oldest pumpkins in existence”.
a tall leafy green vegetable with a thick, crunchy stalk that comes in white, red or yellow with wide fan-like green leaves. Chard belongs to the same family as beets and spinach and shares a similar taste profile.
Honeydew melons are rich in Vitamin C, potassium and B Vitamins such as thiamine and niacin. A sweet fruit that can be found around the world. Its flesh is light green, while its rind is typically white or yellow.
Cantaloupe Hales Best
A favorite melon of gardeners for over 100 years. The relatively small melons typically weigh 5 pounds or more. The fruit itself is noted for its succulence and sweetness
Large, elongated melons known for their finely-textured, bright pink-red flesh and deliciously sweet taste.
Pumpkin Jack O’ Lantern
This round to oblong pumpkin was bred for making Jack O’ Lanterns, but its flesh makes delicious pies, soups, and muffins, too. It weighs an average of about 7 to 10 pounds and has a deep orange color.
Pumpkin Big Max
Big Max pumpkins are known as a hybrid and are not actually a part of the pumpkin-family, but rather a part of the squash family. Big Max pumpkins were created for the sole purpose of growing to massive sizes and winning pumpkin growing contests.
Incredible is a yellow, sugary-enhanced variety that has a higher sugar content than standard varieties. It also stores well in cold-storage, usually up to 10 days without compromising flavor. Incredible Sweet Corn produces large, 9.5″ ears that have an attractive husk
Honey Select Corn
Honey Select Sweet Corn is a triplesweet hybrid that contains the perfect combination of 75% sugary-enhanced and 25% supersweet kernels.
Silver Queen Corn
These gigantic 8-foot stalks yield a great bounty of 8- to 9-inch ears, each stuffed with crisp, tender, sweet white kernels arrayed in 14 to 16 jam-packed rows. Resistance to Bacterial Wilt means even bigger harvests! A late-harvest variety that is worth the wait.
Serendipity Sweet Corn
This bi-color Triple-Sweet corn produces 75% Sugar Enchanced 25% Supersweet high quality 8 inch ears with 16-18 rows of Sugar-Enhanced kernels.
The Bodacious corn is a beautiful, uniform, well-filled ear of corn. This high quality yellow sweet corn that has large, mouth-watering kernels. The Bodacious has 18 rows and 8″ ears and its kernels are delicious, sugary and very tender. Bodacious is a great corn for fresh eating, freezing and canning.
Corn Peaches & Cream
This variety is a delicious gourmet bicolor sweet corn that has a great tasting yellow and white kernels.
Kandy Korn Corn
Kandy Korn Sweet Corn was one of the first ever, sugary-enhanced hybrids, and is still considered one of the best-tasting sweet corn varieties to this day!
Carrot Danver Half Long
A vigorous, red-orange carrot, 7 – 8″ long, with slightly tapered, broad shoulders. It is heat tolerant and performs consistently in many types of soils.
Squash Butternut Waltham
The Waltham butternut squash is the most commonly grown butternut squash, producing elongated, cylindrical, and tan-colored fruits. The deep yellow-orange, dense flesh tastes wonderfully sweet when baked.
Fast growing, long-standing semi-savoy spinach. Leaves are dark green, thick, slightly rumpled,with excellent flavor.
Spinach New Zealand
New Zealand spinach is a warm season vegetable that grows well in hot weather and dry conditions.
A classic market variety, Bloomsdale Long Standing is a large, spreading spinach with meaty, savoyed, dark-green leaves with rich, nutty flavor.
Lettuce Salad Bowl
Salad Bowl lettuce is an heirloom open-pollinated lettuce variety known for its excellent sweet flavor. Well-suited to salads, sandwiches, and wraps.
Lettuce Black Seeded Simpson
One of the most popular lettuce varieties worldwide, Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce has a mild, sweet, and yet full flavor. Unlike other types of lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson is rarely bitter—thanks to its heat-resistant qualities.
Lettuce Romaine Picos
Romaine Picos is a dark green Lettuce head with loosely folded leaves. It is an excellent lettuce for salads and garnishes.
Lettuce Salad Bowl Red
Deep-cut bronze-burgundy leaves are crisp and tasty—offering colorful, flavorful contrast with its ‘Green Salad Bowl’ cousin. Baby leaves are especially delicious.
Buttercrunch butterhead lettuce seeds are a Bibb type lettuce that forms a tight little rosette of soft, dark-green, upward-facing leaves surrounding a tender, pale centre. The small hearts don’t become bitter in hot weather.
Siberian Kale has huge blue-green, ruffled leaves on non-heading plants. This is a tender kale variety making it an excellent choice for eating raw in salad or in stir fry.
This compact cucumber is ideal for containers or hanging baskets. Its short, hardy vines produce slender, dark green fruits 7 1/2″ long. Its prolific and great in salads or plain. Resistant to Cucumber mosaic virus and scab.
Cucumber National Pickling
One of the best cucumbers for pickling, our National Pickling Cucumber seeds grow very high-yielding vines of blocky fruit that is crispy and tender-skinned.
Mustard Florida Broadleaf
The Florida Broadleaf is a favorite mustard in the Southern states. This mustard is a fast growing green, making it great for spring and fall eating.
Kohl Rabi White Vienna
Round, luminous light-green, planetary bulbs are packed with creamy white, tender flesh with a sweet turnipy flavor.
Tendergreen is a heavy producer that is a cross between mustard and spinach. This is one of the better varieties of greens with its mild flavor, and the glossy green leaves can be used fresh or cooked. This plant is suitable for growing in containers and is drought resistant
Mustard Southern Giant Curl
Large, upright plants with crumpled leaves that have a delicious mustard taste; slow to bolt and very easy to grow.
Cucumber Straight Eight
Straight Eight named for its perfectly straight, 8-inch long fruit, this slicing cucumber has long been prized for its high quality, flavor, and even, deep green color.
Long, slender, dark green cucumbers. The slender, refined “Marketmore look” has long been the standard for slicing cucumbers in the North.
Gourd Bird House
Bird House Gourd is the white-flowering gourd species that produce the hard-shelled fruit mainly used for crafts.
Dipper gourds are sprawling plants that produce enormous quantities of fruit over the course of the season. The gourds they produce can be used to make drinking vessels, birdhouses, and other decorative items.
Watermelon Sugar Baby
Sugar Baby’s are icebox sized, 6-8 in. melons with a hard rind which turns green-black when ripe. Handles drought well. 6-10 lb fruits with red flesh and small seeds.
Allsweet watermelons are large fruits that can weigh nearly 30 pounds at harvest. The plump, oblong melons have striped green rinds and bright red flesh. If you are growing watermelons for taste, then this variety is for you.
Watermelon Black Diamond
Black Diamond’s fruits can average 30-50 pounds, with some reaching up to 125 pounds! This watermelon variety has dark, blue-green thick rinds which protect the sweet, firm bright-red flesh. Widely used throughout the South.
Watermelon Crimson Sweet
Crimson Sweet is famous for its high sugar content and great flavor. Seeds are small and dark. The vines are resistant to anthracnose and fusarium wilt. Give vines plenty of room to run.