2022 New Varieties

Each year we trial new varieties we have discovered or ones we have developed and stabilized. Here are some varieties that impressed us lasrt season and which we would love for you to try. Many are rare and likely to sell out quickly.



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Aji Chinchi Amarillo

Aji Chinchi Amarillo

Bright yellow, peppers the size of your little finger, very hot. late season, but very productive.
$5.00

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Alaric (Tarbais)

Alaric (Tarbais)

Traditionally grown in the village of Tarbais at the footh of the Pyrenees, this large, flattened, white bean is produced on vigorous 6-7 foot vines....
$5.00

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Aquila del Desierto

Aquila del Desierto

Drought tolerant and widely adaptable, this is one of the sweetest small slicers I have grown. It is a little later at 80 days, but worth the wait.
$5.00

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Bandn Teton

Bandn Teton

Wonderful sauce tomato, gold with red zigzag stripes, similar to Casady's Folly, but larger, The dense flesh has great flavor and the plant is...
$5.00

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Bear Paw Popcorn

Bear Paw Popcorn

Bear Paw is a white popcorn borne on beautiful red stalks. It was developed by Glenn Thompson from Vermont who popularized the variety in New England...
$5.00

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Bezrazmernyy Rozovyy

Bezrazmernyy Rozovyy

Giant pink beefsteaks on a very productive plant. Fine flavor comparable to Brandywine. 75-80 days
$5.00

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Bill Wheatley pole bean

Bill Wheatley pole bean

A handsome bean, almost unknown, Bill Wheatley is prolific, but a little later in the season. 50-60 seeds in a packet. (beans are not available for...
$5.00

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BrandyFred

BrandyFred

A cross of Brandywine and Dwarf Wild Fred, BrandyFred produces purple beefsteaks in abundance on stout rugose plants. The variety does well in...
$5.00

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Brilliant Opedisano

Brilliant Opedisano

Meaty, deep red tomatoes - one of the largest and most productive varieties grown. This season many were a pound and a half while remaining quite...
$5.00

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Brown Netted Cucumber (Brown Russian)

Brown Netted Cucumber (Brown Russian)

Looking a lot like a russet potato, this old Russian heirloom yields plump 6 inch fruits with crisp white flesh. The seeds stay soft for a long time,...
$5.00

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