Pepper Seed

Sweet Banana Pepper

Sweet Banana Pepper  =  Heirloom. An AAS Bronze Medal winner for 1941 and still extremely popular.  Large, pointed fruits measure 6-7" long and 1" across. The mild yellow peppers ultimately turn brilliant red. A favorite for pickling.  75 seeds per pack  =  $3.50 

Hot Banana Pepper

Hot Banana Pepper
Profuse bearer of 6-inch-long, mildly hot peppers. Excellent for pickling, frying, or roasting. Just hot enough to provide a little bite without scaring away the milder palates in the family. Produce well even in hot weather. Fruit matures from light yellow to orange to red.  
 75 seeds per pack  =  $3.50 

Hot Jalapeno Pepper

Hot Jalapeno
Pepper  =  Dark green, medium-hot, thick-walled peppers 3" long, 1" wide, with rounded tips. Matures to dark red.   75 seeds per pack  =  $3.50               

California Wonder Sweet Pepper

California Wonder Sweet Green Bell Pepper  =  The standard bell pepper for many decades, this 1928 introduction is still the largest open-pollinated, heirloom bell you can grow, and a big improvement over the earlier bells. A perfect stuffing pepper 4" x 3 1/2", thick-walled, tender and flavorful.    75 seeds per pack  =  $3.50 

Yellow Bell Pepper

 California Wonder Sweet Yellow Bell Pepper  =   65 days.A 'California Wonder' type of bell pepper,yellow mostly four-lobed, thick flesh, borne erect on the plant. Heavy foliage, compact growth, and very attractive. 75 seeds per pack  =  $3.50 

Chocolate Beauty Sweet Pepper

Chocolate Beauty Sweet Pepper  =  Shiny green bell peppers ripen to a gorgeous chocolate brown. Excellent sweet flavor when fully ripe, average flavor when green. Very productive variety for home and market. 70-75 days.   75 seeds per pack  =  $3.50

Carolina Reaper

Carolina Reaper
  =  The hotest of the hot peper. Guinness Book Of World Records has documented the heat level at 1,569,000 scoville units. It has a cherry under tone with a hint of citrus.
Carolina reaper is a serious scorcher! For those extreme pepper eaters, Carolina reaper is a must-- for those less adventurous, they make a great conversation piece in the garden.120 days
20 seed per pack =  $6.00
      Place seed trays in a propagator at a temperature of 18-25C (64-77F) until germination, which usually takes 7-30 days. Once germinated, chillies can be moved to a warm, sunny windowsill or a heated greenhouse. Keep the compost evenly moist but take care not to let it get soaking wet.The hotter a pepper variety is, the longer they seem to take to germinate.Carolina Reaper Pepper seeds are slow germinating. Please be patience to grow it.                                 

    Black Beauty  Zucchini
This popular, and very productive home garden and shipping squash variety matures in 50-60 days. Black beauty grows on semi-upright plants. Glossy black-green fruits average 6-8" long and 2" in diameter and are best when harvested young.
Tender flesh is firm creamy-white and has a fine flavor. Great eating! Average: 56 days
50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50 

55 days. Plant produces high yields of 14" long green okra. The large pods remain spineless and tender up to 10" long, but are best when the pods are picked at 6" long. Excellent for making gumbo. This heirloom variety dates back to pre-Civil War. Plant Height: 8 ft tall.

50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50

Early Polific Yellow Squash
Prolific Straight Neck Squash
Uniform  lemon yellow club shaped fruits . Best used at 4 to 7 in. Heavy yielding bush type plants. Excellent flavor and quality. 42-56 days.

50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50 
Okra Clemson Spineless
Clemson Spineless Okra
All American Award winner and a delicious addition to soups, stews and gumbo. Harvest the pods when they are about 3" long and still tender.The plant will produce until damaged by cold weather.
50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50
Straight Eight Cucumber
Straight Eight Cucumber
Smooth straight cylindrical and deep green with rounded blunt ends. Early, prolific, vigirous,excellent quality. 52-57 days.

50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50
Heirloom Pickling Cucumber
Heirloom Pickling Cucumber
Homemade Pickles Cucumbers are just that! They are a pickling cucumber with a solid, crisp interior and superb flavor. Best picked from 1.5 - 6" in length. This is a vigorous plant that can be grown on a trellis.
50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50

Bush Squash
Early White Bueh Scallop Squash
With a delicate, mild flavor, much akin to zucchini, the patty pan squash, also referred to as the scallop squash, is a small variety of summer squash.You can prepare patty pans just as you would any squash. They can be sliced, diced, braised, grilled, fried, roasted or stuffed.
55-60 days Pkt.50 seed $3.50

Wathlam Squash
Waltham Butternut Squash
Straight necked fruits grow to 3-6 pounds
Dry, yellow-orange flesh with nutty flavor.
High yielding vines
One of the most popular types of baking squash
Exceptional keeper
Winter squash
83-100 days
Pkt.50 seed $3.50

Crimson Sweet
Crimson Sweet Watermelon
Quality and reliability make this an excellent variety for gardeners and growers alike. A classic, oblong, 10x12” striped melon. Weighs in at 15-25 lbs with bright red, juicy sweet flesh. Days to maturity: 85 days   50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50
Charleston Grey
Charleston Grey Watermelon
Fruits are large, 28-35 lbs., cylindrical-shaped, 24 in. long by 10 in. across. Flesh is Red, crisp, fiberless and delicious; skin is light greenish gray. Harvest in 85 days.  50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50

Sugar Baby
Sugar Baby Watermelon

85 days. Ideal size for the refrigerator, 8-in. across and 6-10 lbs. Bright red-orange flesh is firm, fine-grained and super sweet.

50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50

Hales Best
 Hales Best Jumbo Melon
An old, classic favorite dating from the 1920s, this ribbed melon has a heavily netted skin. Also called muskmelon.  Likes hot weather. Delicious, firm flesh is rich with antioxidants.85 days - 3 to 5 pounds.
50 seeds per pack  =  $3.50

Candy Roaster
Georga Candy Roaster Squash  =  These squash are very popular in the mountains . Similar in shape to Banana squash but much larger and sweeter reaching up to 60 pounds but probably average 25 pound. Takes about 110 days to mature.  The mountain folks roasted these for pies and other baking. Pies similar in apperance to pumpkin but sweeter and do not require adding spices. Vines spread to 25' so alow plenty of room. You will love these .
15 seeds per pack = $5.00

Candy Roaster Pie Recipe Click Here

Tennessee Sweet Potato Squash
15 seed pkt.  $5.00 

  An old, hardy type that grows well even in rather poor conditions and produces an abundance of medium-large, round-to-bell-shaped, tan fruit with moist orange flesh that is said to resemble that of the sweet potato, hence the name. Sweet, good quality, and it keeps very well. The fruit are pear-shaped with creamy, white color skin that is striped in faint green. It is an excellent keeper; if stored properly it can last over six months. The flesh is light colored, fine grained, very dry and resembles sweet potatoes in flavor. Makes an excellent pie. Fruit average ten to twenty pounds in weight. Very Rare.
                                                                                       Quote by (W. Atlee Burpee in 1883)
"Grows to medium size, pear-shaped, a little ribbed, color creamy white, sometimes lightly striped with green, flesh thick, creamy white, remarkably fine grained, dry and brittle, and of most excellent flavor. Hardy, very productive, and keeps perfectly sound until late in the spring, longer than any other pumpkin. It speedily becomes a general favorite wherever it has been introduced. Has no equal for making pies and custards. When cooked it has somewhat the appearance of sweet potatoes, but of more delicious taste. It proves very distinct and fixed, and is a valuable acquisition. This variety we recommend as being superior to any other variety of pumpkin for cooking purposes in cultivation. Its attractive appearance makes it a specially valuable kind for the market gardener. Our stock of this variety is grown with special care, and cannot fail to give satisfaction to our patrons, but the seed being very scarce, we can sell it only in packets. Do not confound the Tennessee Sweet Potato Pumpkin with any other so-called Sweet Potato Pumpkin.



Green Striped Cushaw Squash

 White fruit with green stripes. Oblong shape with crooked necks. The large vines are vigorous.Expect heavy yields of 15 lb crookneck fruit. Resistance to squash vine borers.Days to harvest 90. Good for pies. SOLD OUT

Red Russian Kale
Red Russian Kale

Stems are purple; leaves are flat, toothed, and dark green with purple veins. The plants mature medium-tall and leaves are tender compared to other kales. For salads and light cooking.The purple colors become richer after frost, when the flavor becomes sweeter. 60+ Days to harvest.Pkt. $3.50 1 tsp. Aprox. 2,500 seed.

Vates Glue Kurled Kale
Vates Blue Curled Kale

Finely curled blue green kale.The standard variety for Southern gardens. Slow to bolt, does not yellow from heat or frost. Light frost improves tenderness. It's easy to grow and will produce spring through fall. Very cold hardy and can overwinter until spring—with winter protection.55 days.Pkt. $3.50 1 tsp. Aprox. 2,500 seed.
Southern Giant Curled Mustard
Southern Giant Curled Mustard

 Large, upright plants with frilled leaves that have a delicious mustard taste; slow to bolt and very easy to grow. An old heirloom from the Southern U.S. and makes a mighty swell mess of greens. Southern Giant has an excellent flavor and is full of vitamins A, B, and C! Slow to bolt. Superior cold tolerance.45 days.Pkt. $3.50 1 tsp. Aprox. 2,500 seed.

Giant Red Mustard
Giant Red Mustard

When small, the lovely burgundy colored leaves with light green veins are so mild and delicious they can be eaten in salads. In summer, big leaves pack a proper mustard punch but they are much milder when cooked or when grown in cooler weather. Very winter-hardy, Giant Red mustard seeds can be planted into October or in early spring to harvest as small leaves every few days. This variety makes excellent microgreens that are ready to harvest just two weeks after sowing. As baby leaf greens, they are not spicy, but still impart a distinctive flavor to salad mixes.  It is very slow to bolt. Matures in 45 days.
Pkt. $3.50 1 tsp. Aprox. 2,500 seed.

Vates Collards
Vates Collards

These make super healthy and delicious cooked greens. Uniform, compact growth habit, with non-heading and slow-bolting plants. Their mild cabbage flavor makes these ideal for boiling, and they're good for canning and freezing as well. The large blue-green leaves are ready in 75 days, and are also frost-resistant.Pkt. $3.50 1 tsp. Aprox. 2,500 seed.

Seven Top Turnips
Seven Top Turnips

This variety does not develop an edible root and instead puts all its energy into its lush leaves.The Seven Top Turnip is a delicious and nutritious turnip green that can be used in salads, or simply steamed.
"Seven Top" provides you with a bounty of dark-green leaves about 40 days after the seeds sprout.Pkt. $3.50 1 tsp. Aprox. 2,500 seed.

Jack O Lantern
Jack O’ Lantern Pumpkin  =  Great for Halloween carving and cooking. Pumpkins are medium sized, round to elongated in shape. Sun: Full Sun  Height: 12-18  inches Spread: 6  feet Days to Maturity: 110  days  50 seeds per pack = $3.50

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