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  • Yarrow Yarrow from $1.99

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    Yarrow, Medicinal Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Yarrow has a high reputation and is widely employed in herbal medicine, administered both internally and externally. It is used in the treatment of a very wide range of disorders but is particularly valuable for treating wounds, stopping the flow of blood, treating colds, fevers, kidney diseases, menstrual pain etc. Day to Maturity | 65 days Follow SeedsNow.com's board Yarrow on Pinterest.

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  • XS Seed Vault XS Seed Vault $9.99 $9.99

    XS Seed Vault

    Extra-Small heavy-duty Seed Storage container with vacuum-seal top! 3-3/4"tall x 3"diameter .29 Liters Keeps seeds lasting years longer.  Superior moisture barrier.  Super water-resistant.  Pest, insect, and rodent resistant.  Freezer safe. Pick another size:  ExtraSmall  |  Small  |   Medium  |  Large  |  Extra-Large

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  • XL Seed Vault XL Seed Vault $19.99 $19.99

    XL Seed Vault

    Extra-Large heavy-duty Seed Storage container with vacuum-seal top! Height 10-1/4" /// Diameter 7" /// Volume 3.8 l Keeps seeds lasting years longer. High-grade plastic. Superior moisture barrier.  Super water-resistant.  Pest, insect, and rodent resistant.  Freezer safe. Pick another size:  ExtraSmall  |  Small  |   Medium  |  Large  |  Extra-Large  

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  • Wormwood Wormwood from $0.99

    Wormwood

    Wormwood, Medicinal Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Wormwood is a very bitter plant with a long history of use as a medicinal herb.- Acts as a natural wasp repellant - many people plant wormwood as a garden border. - It is valued especially for its tonic effect on the liver, gallbladder and digestive system. - It is an extremely useful medicine for those with weak and under-active digestion. - It is known to increase stomach acid and bile production, improving digestion along with the absorption of nutrients. Day to Maturity | 65 days Additional Details Wormwood also eases wind and bloating and, if taken regularly, helps the body return to full vitality after a prolonged illness.  Use with caution, the plant should be taken internally in small doses for short-term treatment only, preferably under the supervision of a qualified practitioner. It should not be prescribed for children or pregnant women. Follow SeedsNow.com's board Wormwood on Pinterest.

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    Wheat

      Wheat (Organic), Hard Red (100% Organic/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Hard, brownish, high-protein wheat used for bread and hard baked goods. - Bread Flour and high-gluten flours are commonly made from. Day to Maturity | 75 days NOTE:  THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO CANADA.

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  • Watermelon - Sugarbaby Watermelon - Sugarbaby from $1.99

    Watermelon - Sugarbaby

    Watermelon, Sugar Baby (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Popular and early "Icebox" variety produces uniform 8" round heirloom watermelons. - Each fruit weighs appx. 8 - 12 lb. - Drought resistant variety - Thrives in hot temperatures and direct sun Day to Maturity | 75 days   Best Months to Plant  |  [April - June]  Watermelons are heat-loving plants that need lots of sun. They grow on a long vine, so make sure to give them plenty of space to roam around.     Source: Where do Seedless Watermelons come from?   When a run-of-the-mill watermelon and a souped-up frankenmelon love each other very much, they come together and make a baby seedless wundermelon. Seedless watermelons are a lot like mules – sterile hybrids formed by crossing genetically incompatible parents. Normal, seeded watermelons are diploid (have 2 sets of chromosomes) just like us, with one set from mom and one from dad. When the two combine, their seeds grow into a plant that looks like a combination of its parents. Just like us. But sometimes farmers treat some of their watermelons with colchicine, a chemical that allows chromosomes to duplicate but prevents them from splitting into two cells. This creates a tetraploid – a super-squash with four complete sets of chromosomes. The fruit isn’t genetically modified; cells contain the same DNA as standard melons – just twice as many. Next, the farmer introduces this new tetraploid watermelon to a regular melon. If they hit it off, they’ll produce a triploid melon with 3 sets of chromosomes. This offspring will grow up to be a normal looking vine that produces flowers and fruit. But when it tries to reproduce, the chromosomes can’t divide properly. This means that real seeds never develop. Follow SeedsNow.com's board Watermelon on Pinterest.

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  • Watermelon - Black Diamond Watermelon - Black Diamond $4.50 $0.99

    Watermelon - Black Diamond

    Watermelon, Black Diamond (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Popular large heirloom watermelon with semi-oval shape than can weigh up to 30 lbs. - Dark green, tough rind - Bright red, firm and very sweet flesh - Thick vines provide lots of sunburn protection Day to Maturity | 90 days Best Months to Plant  |  [April - June]  Watermelons are heat-loving plants that need lots of sun. They grow on a long vine, so make sure to give them plenty of space to roam around.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Watermelon on Pinterest.

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  • Turnip - Purple Top White Globe Turnip - Purple Top White Globe $4.50 $0.99

    Turnip - Purple Top White Globe

    Turnip, Purple Top/White Globe (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Smooth round roots, 4 to 6 inches across are purple on top and white below. - Flesh is white, mild, and crisp. Stores well - Extremely healthy and nutritious - Very easy to grow Day to Maturity | 55 days

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  • Turnip - Golden Globe Turnip - Golden Globe $4.50 $0.99

    Turnip - Golden Globe

    Turnip, Golden Globe (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A beautiful and delicious turnip with white/golden color and amazing flavor.  The quality and tenderness is best when harvested at 3”.  Plants grow best in early spring or late summer to fall. Day to Maturity | 55 days

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  • Tomato - VR Moscow Tomato - VR Moscow from $0.99

    Tomato - VR Moscow

    VR Moscow Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Produces 3-4" large red thick walled fruits. Old fashioned tomato flavor- Determinate Day to Maturity | 80 days 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Tiny Tim Tomato - Tiny Tim from $1.99

    Tomato - Tiny Tim

    Tiny Tim Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Tiny Tim tomato plant is a dwarf type plant produces excellent yields of ¾" - 1"  bright red cherry tomatoes. - Perfect patio gardens.  Grows well in pots, containers, and window sill gardens. - Gets 12 inches tall and does not require ANY staking! - Continues to grow for an extended period of time. - Very easy to grow- Excellent for culinary creations.- Perfect for small gardens. Day to Maturity | 45 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - San Marzano Tomato - San Marzano from $1.99

    Tomato - San Marzano

    The San Marzano is a very meaty red plum heirloom tomato variety. Typically used in many popular Italian dishes such as Bolognese, Marinara, Soups, Pizza Sauce, Bruschetta, and more! 3 1/2" bright red tomato. Indeterminate /  Open-pollinated Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Rutgers Tomato - Rutgers from $0.99

    Tomato - Rutgers

      Rutgers Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Excellent yields of bright red, medium-small shaped fruits. - Popular for cooking, canning, and paste.- Vigorous vines. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 80 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Roma Tomato - Roma from $1.99

    Tomato - Roma

      Roma Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO)  Excellent yields of bright red, medium-small, large shaped fruits. - Popular for cooking, canning, and paste.- Very popular variety. - Produces vigorous vines.- Determinate. Day to Maturity | 75-80 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Rio Grande Tomato - Rio Grande $4.50 $0.99

    Tomato - Rio Grande

    Rio Grande Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large plant produces high yields of large size red tomatoes. An excellent variety for fresh market and processing. - Can tolerate hot days and cold nights. - Withstand extremes in temperature.- Determinate Day to Maturity | 75-80 days 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Pear, Yellow Tomato - Pear, Yellow from $0.99

    Tomato - Pear, Yellow

      Yellow Pear Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Yellow pear-shaped fruits.- Very popular. - Easy to grow. - Excellent for canning and sauce. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 75 days Additional Details Tomato consumption has been associated with decreased risk of breast cancer, head and neck cancers and might be strongly protective against neurodegenerative diseases. Tomatoes and tomato sauces and puree are said to help lower urinary tract symptoms (BPH) and may have anticancer properties. 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Pear, Red Tomato - Pear, Red from $0.99

    Tomato - Pear, Red

      Red Pear Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Pear-shaped fruits set in clusters. - Excellent for canning and making sauces. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 75 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Oxheart, Yellow Tomato - Oxheart, Yellow from $0.99

    Tomato - Oxheart, Yellow

    Yellow Oxheart Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A beautiful tomato plant that produces medium-large yellowish orange tomatoes in the shape of a heart.  - Very meaty and full of flavor. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Oxheart, Pink Tomato - Oxheart, Pink from $0.99

    Tomato - Oxheart, Pink

    Pink Oxheart Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A beautiful tomato plant that produces medium-large red/pink tomatoes in the shape of a heart.  - Very meaty and full of flavor. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Oxheart, Orange Tomato - Oxheart, Orange from $0.99

    Tomato - Oxheart, Orange

    A beautiful tomato plant that produces medium-large orange tomatoes in the shape of a heart.  - Very meaty and full of flavor. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Mortgage Lifter Tomato - Mortgage Lifter from $0.99

    Tomato - Mortgage Lifter

    Mortgage Lifter Tomato Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Mortgage Lifter tomato seeds will produce large beefsteak tomatoes up to 2 lbs! - Rich flavor.  - Turn to a dark deep pink color as they mature on the vine. - A heirloom variety from West Virginia. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 70 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Money Maker Tomato - Money Maker from $1.99

    Tomato - Money Maker

    Money Maker Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The money maker is a tomato plant that produces good yields of bright red tomatoes. - Heirloom variety from Bristol, England.- Grows up to 8 ounces. - It's one of the most reliable tomato plants you can grow.  - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Marion Tomato - Marion from $0.99

    Tomato - Marion

    - Marion tomato is a Rutgers-type but better. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for their use in salads and sandwiches. - Indeterminate.- Crack resistant.  - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 75 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Marglobe Supreme Tomato - Marglobe Supreme from $0.99

    Tomato - Marglobe Supreme

    Marglobe Supreme Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Marglobe Supreme tomatoes is a very smooth crack-resistant variety. Easy to grow with large yields.  Perfect home gardeners or anyone looking to sell at farmer markets. Grows well in containers and tight spaces. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 75 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Manitoba Tomato - Manitoba from $0.99

    Tomato - Manitoba

    Manitoba Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Bush type tomato plant that will produce beautiful delicious 6-8 ounce red heirloom tomatoes. - Determinate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Homestead Tomato - Homestead from $1.99

    Tomato - Homestead

      Homestead Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Extremely popular heirloom tomato variety. - Strong and sturdy vines with medium sized tomatoes that thrive it warm climates. - Great variety if you want to can them. - Determinate. - These tomatoes are full of flavor and a definite must if you like growing your own tomatoes. - Grows well in hotter climates.  Also wilt resistant. 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Green Grape Tomato - Green Grape from $0.99

    Tomato - Green Grape

    Green Grape Tomato Seeds  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Green Grape tomato seeds will produce a plant full of 1 oz green cherry tomatoes. - Rare green heirloom cherry tomato variety.- The tomatoes will grow in a cluster of about six to eight.- These tomatoes are perfect if you want to try making green ketchup.- They're also great for so many other culinary creations. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 70 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Gardener's Delight Tomato - Gardener's Delight from $0.99

    Tomato - Gardener's Delight

    Gardener's Delight Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A nice compact plant that produces tons of 1 1/2" red cherry tomatoes.- Heirloom tomato variety from Germany. - Grows well in containers and large pots. - Tomatoes grow in clusters of 6-12. - Very popular amongst gourmet chefs for use in salads. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 65 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Floradade Tomato - Floradade from $0.99

    Tomato - Floradade

    Floradade Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Floradade tomato can withstand temperatures exceeding 95F.  - Adapts really well to humid and dry areas. - Excellent variety that tastes great and produces a lot.- Determinate. - Unlike most tomato varieties which don't do well with night time temps above 75F.- The Floradade will produce heavy crops in 90-100F no problem! Day to Maturity | 85 days 12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Egg Tomato - Egg from $1.99

    Tomato - Egg

    Tomato, Egg Lycopersicon esculentum. Plant produces good yields of egg shaped tomatoes. The tomatoes are the size and shape of an egg. A firm tomato that keeps well. Does well in poor growing conditions. Indeterminate.  Day to Maturity |  75 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉    

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    Tomato - Delicious (a Guinness Record Holder)

    Tomato, Delicious (a Guinness Record Holder) Plant produces gigantic red meaty tomatoes on average 2 - 3 lb. each. Was a World Record Holder with 7 lb 12 oz. fruit size. Perfect slicing variety. Absolutely delicious. Try growing a record size tomato in your garden. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity |  85 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉    

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  • Tomato - Creole Tomato - Creole from $0.99

    Tomato - Creole

    Creole Tomato Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Creole tomato is a smooth glossy medium red tomato. High quality tomato with excellent flavor. Tolerates the heat extremely well.  Grows well in hot regions. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 70 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Cherry, Red (Small) Tomato - Cherry, Red (Small) from $1.99

    Tomato - Cherry, Red (Small)

    Small Red Cherry Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Small Red Cherry tomato plant produces a lot of small red tomatoes on a tall plant. - Grows 1/2 small, sweet, and firm fruits. - Continues to grow for an extended period of time.- Cherry tomatoes have some of the most excellent flavor. - Very easy to grow.- Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Cherry, Red (Large) Tomato - Cherry, Red (Large) from $1.99

    Tomato - Cherry, Red (Large)

    Large Red Cherry Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Small Red Cherry tomato plant produces a lot of small red tomatoes on a tall plant. - Grows 1 1/4" large, sweet, and firm fruits. - Continues to grow for an extended period of time.- Cherry tomatoes have some of the most excellent flavor. - Very easy to grow.- Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ Eat it (Harvest) ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Cherry, Black Tomato - Cherry, Black from $1.99

    Tomato - Cherry, Black

    Black Cherry Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This heirloom tomato variety produces high yields of black cherry tomatoes on a tall indeterminate plant. - Grows 1/2" small sweet, firm fruits. - Continues to grow for an extended period of time.- Cherry tomatoes have some of the most excellent flavor. - Very easy to grow- Excellent for culinary creations. Day to Maturity | 65 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Caribe Tomato - Caribe from $0.99

    Tomato - Caribe

    Caribe Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Caribe tomato seeds produce a beautiful compact tomato plant.- 8 oz red tomatoes. - Does well in dry and humid areas across the country. - Grows well in containers and tight spaces. - Determinate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Calypso Tomato - Calypso from $0.99

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    The Calypso tomato is a classic heirloom with great flavor.- 6-8 oz red tomatoes. - Grows very well in humid climates.  - Indeterminate.- Great variety for canning and freezing. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Brandywine, Yellow Tomato - Brandywine, Yellow from $0.99

    Tomato - Brandywine, Yellow

    Brandywine, Yellow Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A massive heirloom tomato of a beefsteak type. - Produces large (up to 12 ounce) yellow fruits. - Well known for its excellent & exotic flavor. - Soft texture, rough shoulders, and creamy smooth flesh. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Brandywine, Pink Tomato - Brandywine, Pink from $0.99

    Tomato - Brandywine, Pink

      Brandywine Pink Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A massive heirloom tomato of a beefsteak type. - Produces large (up to 1 pound) pink fruits - Well known for its excellent, exotic flavor - Soft texture, rough shoulders, and creamy smooth flesh - Indeterminate - Easy to grow Day to Maturity | 90 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Bradley Tomato - Bradley from $0.99

    Tomato - Bradley

    The Bradley tomato is a classic heirloom with beautifully smooth skin.- 6-8 oz red tomatoes. - Indeterminate.- Great variety for canning and freezing. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Bonnie's Best Tomato - Bonnie's Best from $0.99

    Tomato - Bonnie's Best

      Bonnie's Best Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Old fashion heirloom variety that produces very firm scarlet fruit with few seeds. Ideal for slicing or canning. - The medium sized, 6 to 8 ounce fruits are crack resistant and have a superb flavor. Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Beefsteak/Ponderosa Red Tomato - Beefsteak/Ponderosa Red from $1.99

    Tomato - Beefsteak/Ponderosa Red

      Tomato, Beefsteak/Ponderosa Red  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large, solid, and meaty tomato variety with small seed cavities. - A great slicer, full of flavor. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity |  85 days 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Beefsteak, Yellow Tomato - Beefsteak, Yellow from $1.99

    Tomato - Beefsteak, Yellow

    Beefsteak, Yellow Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large, solid, and meaty tomato variety with small seed cavities. - Can produce tomatoes that weigh over 2 lbs! - A great slicer and full of flavor. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Beefsteak, Pink Tomato - Beefsteak, Pink from $0.99

    Tomato - Beefsteak, Pink

    Pink Beefsteak Tomato  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large, solid, and meaty tomato variety with small seed cavities. - Can produce tomatoes that weigh over 2 lbs! - A great slicer and full of flavor. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Atkinson Tomato - Atkinson from $0.99

    Tomato - Atkinson

    Atkinson Tomato Seeds  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Atkinson tomato seeds will produce a plant full of 8 oz to 16 oz red tomatoes. -  A great variety for use in salads, sandwiches, and many other culinary creations. - Excellent flavor.- This plant has thick leaves and makes it a great variety to plant if you live in a dry/humid environment. - Easy to grow. - Indeterminate. Day to Maturity | 70 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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  • Tomato - Ace 55 Tomato - Ace 55 $6.50 $1.99

    Tomato - Ace 55

      Tomato, Ace 55  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Ace 55 is one of the most popular varieties chose by vegetable gardeners looking for a tomato with low-acidity.  Ace 55 is a standard sized, determinate tomato variety (3 to 5 feet). Ideal for consuming fresh rather than canned.  The Ace 55 variety is also known to be tolerant to diseases such as Verticillium and Fusarium. Appx. 80 days to maturity. 12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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    Tomato - Abraham (Abe) Lincoln

    Abraham (Abe) Lincoln Tomato (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) WOW! Produces extra large 1 lb heirloom tomatoes. - These tomatoes turn dark red as they mature. - One of the best varieties to grow if you want to make ketchup!- Also a great variety for tomato juice or just and eating straight off the vine.  Slice them up and put them on a sandwich or burger. - Indeterminate. - Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 85 days   12-Month Planting Calendar     Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Plant it (Sow)   ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉             Eat it (Harvest)           ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉     How to Grow Tomatoes from Seed #1. Tomatoes are very easy to grow from seed. You should start you seeds indoors using seed starting pellets. Keep the soil warm and dark until the seedlings appear. Put them on top of your refrigerator to keep them warm. It's important to note that light/sun isn't crucial until the seedlings have popped out of the soil. They usually poke their heads out of the soil in about 7-10 days. #2. As soon as the tomato sprouts appear, move the plants to a brighter yet cooler location. This is where they'll need the light to continue growing nicely. The best time to grow tomato seedlings is at about 70ºF during the day and no lower than 40ºF at night. This promotes strong root development. #3. As your tomatoes continue to grow (4" tall), transplant them to larger pots. Bury them a bit lower into the soil than you would most other vegetables. #4. About 2-weeks before you plan to transplant them into the garden, you should begin 'hardening' the plants a.k.a. getting them used to living outside and away from adult supervision.  Move the pots outside in the shade during the day and then bring them back inside at night. This is the easiest way to get them to thrive and adapt to their current growing conditions. This is a VERY IMPORTANT step. You should always 'harden' tomato plants before transplanting them into the garden. This even needs to be done with Tomato plants you would have payed for at a local nursery.   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Tomatoes on Pinterest.

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    Tomatillo - Verde

    Verde Tomatillo Seeds(100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Verde Tomatillo plant produces medium 3 ounce fruits. Tomatillo is popularly used to make salsas. Day to Maturity | 85 days  

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    Tomatillo - Classic

    Large Fruited Classic Tomatillo Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These tomatillo seeds will produce delicious 3-5 ounce fruits. Tomatillo is popularly used to make salsas. Day to Maturity | 85 days  

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    Thyme Garden-in-a-Bag

    Organic English Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)    This aromatic and long-lived perennial is a mainstay of American and French cuisine. Thyme leaves are small but pungent and can be used fresh or dried in almost any dish.    The plant is a small, many branched evergreen with light pink to purple flowers. How to grow: Includes:  20mg organic feathery dill seed growing medium coconut husks for drainage directions leak proof plant bag (7" high x 6" wide)

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  • Thyme Thyme from $1.99

    Thyme

    Thyme, Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant spreads to form attractive 8 to 12 inch high mounds. - Aromatic and flavorful leaves - Used to flavor meats, dressings, soups, and stews. Day to Maturity | 80 days Additional Details Before the advent of modern antibiotics, Thyme was used to medicate bandages. It has also been shown to be effective against the fungus that commonly infects toenails. It can also be found as the active ingredient in all-natural, alcohol-free hand sanitizers. Follow SeedsNow.com's board Thyme on Pinterest.

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  • Sunflower - Sungold, Tall Sunflower - Sungold, Tall $0.00 $1.99

    Sunflower - Sungold, Tall

    Sungold, Tall (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Giant "Teddy Bear" type sunflower.  - Seven to eight inch bold yellow flowers.- Plants grow to 6 feet tall.- Easy to grow! Follow SeedsNow.com's board Sunflowers on Pinterest.

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  • Sunflower - Sungold, Dwarf Sunflower - Sungold, Dwarf from $1.99

    Sunflower - Sungold, Dwarf

    Sungold, Dwarf (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This dwarf Sunflower that grows to a max. of 24" tall. - It is an all-time favorite of home gardeners who love sunflowers without the usual massive plant height of other sunflowers. - Semi-drought and heat tolerant. - Grows best during mid-summer through fall. - Easy to grow! Follow SeedsNow.com's board Sunflowers on Pinterest.

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  • Stone Soup Kit Stone Soup Kit $29.99 $24.99

    Stone Soup Kit

    Organic Stone Soup (red acre cabbage, little fingers carrot, mammoth melting pea, evergreen bunching onion, roma tomato, blue lake pole bean) Inspired by the familiar story with the simple message about sharing, this vegetable garden kit is a great way for a child to create a fun-filled garden of their very own. Quick to germinate and easy to grow, the vegetables in this kit come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes that kids are sure to enjoy. Includes: recycled US steel case and seed tins, 6 varieties of organic seed, garden stakes, pencil, magic stone in jute bag, 'stone soup' recipe, directions. Tin 1" high x 7.25" wide.

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  • Squash - Waltham Butternut Squash - Waltham Butternut from $1.99

    Squash - Waltham Butternut

    Squash (Winter), Waltham Butternut Zucchini (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) AAS Winner. Recommended by USU.  - Grows as a compact vine plant (not as a bush) - Excellent butternut squash with better uniformity, larger yields and richer flavor.  - Produces tan fruits which measure 8 to 10 inches long with a deep orange interior. Day to Maturity | 100 days Best Months to Plant  |  [March - June]  Winter squash love the sun and can't get enough of it. They need about 3 months of warm temperature and one additional month of cooler temps to fully mature. Additional Details Though considered a vegetable in cooking, botanically speaking, squash is a fruit (being the receptacle for the plant's seeds). Squash can be served fresh (in salads) and cooked (squash stuffed with meat, fried squash, baked squash).    

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    Squash - Burgess Buttercup

    Squash (Winter), Burgess Buttercup Cucurbita maxima. Plant produces heavy yields of 8" long turban shaped green squash with silvery white stripes. The yellow orange flesh is very sweet and grows 3 to 5 lbs. The Burgess strain stores well. A winter squash variety. Day to Maturity | 90 days

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  • Squash - Black Beauty Zucchini Squash - Black Beauty Zucchini $4.50 $1.99

    Squash - Black Beauty Zucchini

    Squash (Summer), Black Beauty Zucchini (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) An All America Selections (AAS) Winner. The Black Beauty Squash is one of the most popular varieties on the market. - Grows as a compact bush size plant (not as a vine) - Produces a dark green, glossy fruit, which is long, straight & slender - Firm, very tender, with excellent flavor - Easy to grow Day to Maturity | 110 days Best Months to Plant  |  [March - June]  Summer squash love the sun and can't get enough of it.  They are warm-season crops and are sensitive to cold/frost. Plant your seeds as soon as the soil has warmed.  Additional Details Though considered a vegetable in cooking, botanically speaking, squash is a fruit (being the receptacle for the plant's seeds). Squash can be served fresh (in salads) and cooked (squash stuffed with meat, fried squash, baked squash).   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Zucchini Recipes on Pinterest.

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  • Sprouts - Watercress Sprouts - Watercress from $1.99

    Sprouts - Watercress

    Sprouts - True Watercress (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Watercress is one of the healthiest and most popular microgreens available. Watercress, with the botanical name Nasturtium officinale, is a rapidly growing, aquatic or semi-aquatic, perennial plant native to Europe and Asia, and one of the oldest known leaf vegetables consumed by humans. Wikipedia Perfect for gourmet salads and many other vegetarian culinary creations. Very easy and quick to grow. Little space is required to grow watercress.   See Cress Sprouts Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com's board Cress Sprouts on Pinterest.

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  • Sprouts - Sunflower, Black Oil Sprouts - Sunflower, Black Oil $44.99 $0.99

    Sprouts - Sunflower, Black Oil

    Organic. Baby sunflower sprouts and micro-greens are delicious!  If you've never tried sprouting sunflowers they make a great addition to salads. They are extremely rich in essential nutrients.

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  • Sprouts - Lentils, Red Sprouts - Lentils, Red $7.00 $0.99

    Sprouts - Lentils, Red

    Red Lentil Sprouts (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) "The lentil (Lens culinaris) is an edible pulse (a.k.a grain legume). It is a bushy annual plant of the legume family, known for its lens-shaped seeds. It is about 40 cm (16 in) tall, and the seeds grow in pods, usually with two seeds in each."  source/wikipedia

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  • Sprouts - Lentils, Green Sprouts - Lentils, Green $7.00 $0.99

    Sprouts - Lentils, Green

    Green Lentil Sprouts (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) "The lentil (Lens culinaris) is an edible pulse (a.k.a grain legume). It is a bushy annual plant of the legume family, known for its lens-shaped seeds. It is about 40 cm (16 in) tall, and the seeds grow in pods, usually with two seeds in each."  source/wikipedia

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  • Sprouts - Green Pea Sprouts - Green Pea $2.50 $0.99

    Sprouts - Green Pea

    Green Pea, Sprouting (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Ready to eat as a sprout just a soon as they pop. Sweet and delicious in salads and casseroles. Day to Maturity | 3-7 days     Follow SeedsNow.com's board Green Pea Sprouts on Pinterest.  

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  • Sprouts - Clover (Red) Sprouts - Clover (Red) from $1.99

    Sprouts - Clover (Red)

    Red Clover Sprouts (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) If you like alfalfa sprouts then you’ll love the sweet mild flavor of red clover sprouts from clover seed. - These sprouts are actually larger and more flavorful than alfalfa sprouts and make a great addition to sandwiches and salads.- If you like Clover sprouts, make sure to check out Alfalfa sprouts. Did you know? Clover contains high concentrations of isoflavones which are thought to have powerful anti-cancer properties. Clover flavor is a lot like alfalfa; mild and nutty. Sprouts last better if stored in the fridge.

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    Sprouts - Broccoli

    Broccoli, Sprouts (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Organic An easy to grow sprout that is extremely nutritious.  - Broccoli sprouts are 10x - 100x higher in some cancer fighting compounds than the actual mature vegetable! Day to Maturity | 2-3 days

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  • Sprouts - Bean, Mung Sprouts - Bean, Mung from $1.99

    Sprouts - Bean, Mung

    Mung Bean Sprouts (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) "The mung bean (Vigna radiata), alternatively known as the moong bean, green gram, is a plant species in the legume family. Native to the Indian subcontinent the mung bean is mainly cultivated today in India, China, and Southeast Asia. It is also cultivated in hot, dry regions in Southern Europe and the Southern United States It is used as an ingredient in both savory and sweet dishes." source/wikipedia

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  • Sprouts - Bean, Garbanzo (Chickpea) Sprouts - Bean, Garbanzo (Chickpea) from $1.99

    Sprouts - Bean, Garbanzo (Chickpea)

    Classic garbanzos (chickpea) for sprouts and hummus.  

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  • Sprouts - Bean, Adzuki Sprouts - Bean, Adzuki from $1.99

    Sprouts - Bean, Adzuki

    Organic Adzuki Bean Sprouts (100% Organic Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Certified Kosher by Chabad House of Western Michigan. The Adzuki Bean (Vigna angularis) has been grown in the Far East for centuries. Adzuki beans are one of Japan’s largest crops, with annual consumption of over 120,000 metric tons. Adzuki beans are often sprouted for only one day, mixed with other sprouts and called a "Crispy Mix" or "Crunchy Mix." They are commonly used throughout Asia in a variety of ways.

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    Spinach - Noble Giant

    Spinach, Noble Giant (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Noble Giant spinach is heavy, glossy, dark green plant with leaves that are heavily savoyed and crumpled. - Extremely delicious and one of the most popular spinach varieties you can grow in your garden.  - Very easy to grow. How to Grow | Spinach is very hardy and can tolerate cold — in fact, it thrives in cold weather.  Spinach grows really well during winter months in the South.  Spinach also grows well in early spring and late summer in the North. These seeds should be planted about four weeks before your area's average date of last frost. Day to Maturity | 45 days  

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  • Songbird Habitat Scatter Garden Songbird Habitat Scatter Garden $16.99 $14.99

    Songbird Habitat Scatter Garden

    The Songbird Habitat Scatter Garden Mix Song birds will be so delighted with all of the extraordinary wildflowers this collection offers, they will be sure to sing their praise of gratitude while banqueting in your backyard. Covers over 100 square feet. Includes: 20 varieties of seed Growing directions Bag 7.25" high x 3.5

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  • Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum from $0.99

    Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum

    Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum is a very versatile asian green. Known as Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum, Garland Chrysanthemum, Chop Suey Greens and many other names. This is a salad green that can be grown in winter and again in spring. The flowers of Shungiku can be dried and stored to be used for tea. Often considered a substitute for Chamomile - with its soothing and stomach quieting properties. Day to Maturity | 30 - 50 days

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  • Saponaria AKA Soapwort Saponaria AKA Soapwort from $0.99

    Saponaria AKA Soapwort

    Soapwort, Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Saponaria officinalis. "Saponaria officinalis is a common perennial plant from the carnation family (Caryophyllaceae). This plant has many common names, including common soapwort, bouncing-bet, crow soap, wild sweet William, and soapweed." - source/wiki "The plants possesses leafy, unbranched stems (often tinged with red). It grows in patches, attaining a height of 70 cm. The broad, lanceolate, sessile leaves are opposite and between 4 and 12 cm long. Its sweetly scented flowers are radially symmetrical and pink, or sometimes white. Each of the five flat petals have two small scales in the throat of the corolla. They are about 2.5 cm wide. They are arranged in dense, terminal clusters on the main stem and its branches. The long tubular calyx has five pointed red teeth." - source/wiki "As its common name implies, it can be used as a very gentle soap, usually in dilute solution. It has historically been used to clean delicate or unique textiles; it has been hypothesized that the plant was used to treat the Shroud of Turin. A lathery liquid that has the ability to dissolve fats or grease can be procured by boiling the leaves or roots in water. Take a large handful of leaves, bruise and chop them and boil for 30 minutes in 1 pint/600ml of water; strain off the liquid and use this as you would washing-up liquid. In the Romanian village of Sieu-Odorhei, natives call the plant "Sǎpunele". It is traditionally used by the villagers as a soap replacement for dry skin." - source/wiki  

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  • S Seed Vault S Seed Vault $12.99

    S Seed Vault

    Small heavy-duty Seed Storage container with vacuum-seal top! 5.5"tall x 3.5"diameter .57 Liters Keeps seeds lasting years longer.  Superior moisture barrier.  Super water-resistant.  Pest, insect, and rodent resistant.  Freezer safe. Pick another size:  ExtraSmall  |  Small  |   Medium  |  Large  |  Extra-Large

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  • Rutabaga - American Purple Top Rutabaga - American Purple Top $4.50 $0.99

    Rutabaga - American Purple Top

    Rutabaga, American Purple Top (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Recommended by USU. Large 5 to 6 inch roots are purple and yellow colored, nearly round. Flesh is yellow, mild and fine grained.- How to Grow Organic Rutabaga from Seed > Day to Maturity | 90 days

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    Rue, Medicinal Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Seed Count | 180 seeds/pack Needs full sun to grow well. - It is drought tolerant and rarely, if ever needs to be watered. - Rue has a long history of use as a domestic remedy, being especially valued for its strengthening action on the eyes. - The plant contains flavonoids (notably rutin) that reduce capillary fragility, which might explain the plants reputation as an eye strengthener. Day to Maturity | 75 days **Warning** Although rue is safe when used correctly, it is considered a toxic herb that can cause side effects such as severe rashes, mood swings, sensitivity to light, stomach pains, dizziness, liver and kidney damage, sleep disorders & muscle spasms.   Rue is typically added to foods and used as a medicinal herb, however, people with the following conditions should avoid rue; "Pregnant, Breastfeeding Women and Children: Rue contains emmenagogue effects, thus an ingredient to trigger menstruation. It also contains abortifacient effects, which can cause miscarriage if used by pregnant women. Use rue with caution because it can cause death. Children should not use rue in any way or form. Kidney and Liver Problems: Individuals suffering from urinary tract problems, kidney or liver problems should not use rue as food or medicine. Rue can irritate these body parts making your problems worse. Stomach and Intestinal Problems: Avoid rue if you have inflammatory bowel disease or colitis, or ulcers." -Source Follow SeedsNow.com's board Rue on Pinterest.

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    Radish - White Icicle

    Radish, White Icicle (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Slender tapered root is 4" to 5" long with crisp, mild, white flesh. - Extremely easy to grow - Grows well in small spaces & containers Day to Maturity | 30-40 days Additional Details Radishes are rich in ascorbic acid, folic acid, and potassium. They are a good source of vitamin B6, riboflavin, magnesium, copper, and calcium. One cup of sliced red radish bulbs provides approximately 20 calories, largely from carbohydrates   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Radishes on Pinterest.

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    Radish - Hailstone (White)

    Radish, White Hailstone (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Raphanus sativus. Plant produces flavorful white round radishes. - Radishes have a mild taste.- Easy to grow and only less than a month to grow. - Crisp and tender. - Excellent for salads and other culinary creations. Days to Maturity | 30 days Creative Culinary Uses | Mario Brothers Mushroom out of Radish Additional Details Radishes are rich in ascorbic acid, folic acid, and potassium. They are a good source of vitamin B6, riboflavin, magnesium, copper, and calcium. One cup of sliced red radish bulbs provides approximately 20 calories, largely from carbohydrates   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Radishes on Pinterest.

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    Radish - Champion

    Radish, Red Champion (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) AAS - All-America Selections Winner! - The Champion Radish plant produces large and extremely tasty red cherry radishes - They measure about the size of a silver dollar and have bright red solid skin - One of the most popular and easiest radishes you can grow anywhere - Grows well in small spaces Day to Maturity | 25-30 days Creative Culinary Uses | Mario Brothers Mushroom out of Radish Additional Details Radishes are rich in ascorbic acid, folic acid, and potassium. They are a good source of vitamin B6, riboflavin, magnesium, copper, and calcium. One cup of sliced red radish bulbs provides approximately 20 calories, largely from carbohydrates     Follow SeedsNow.com's board Radishes on Pinterest.

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  • Radicchio - Classic Red Radicchio - Classic Red $3.99 $0.99

    Radicchio - Classic Red

    Radicchio (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Radicchio is sometimes also referred to as the Italian chicory. - They're grown as a leaf vegetable - White-veined red leaves - Excellent grilled or roasted - How to Grow Organic Radicchio from Seed > Day to Maturity | 65 days

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  • Pumpkin - Wee Be Little Pumpkin - Wee Be Little from $0.99

    Pumpkin - Wee Be Little

    Mini pumpkins about the size of a grapefruit.  Tiny pumpkins weigh about 14 ounces.  Day to Maturity | 90 days Additional Details The word pumpkin originates from the word pepon, which is Greek for “large melon". The French adapted this word to pompon, which the British changed to pumpion and later American colonists changed that to the word we use today, "pumpkin".  

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    Pumpkin - Small Sugar

    Pumpkin, Small Sugar (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Small Sugar pumpkin is a popular heirloom variety! It has a very smooth texture with a bright orange flesh.  - Has excellent flavor for making pumpkin pies. - Pumpkin size is about 7" diameter. - Semi-bush plant. - One of the most popular pumpkin varieties you can grow in your garden! Day to Maturity | 100-110 days Additional Details The word pumpkin originates from the word pepon, which is Greek for “large melon". The French adapted this word to pompon, which the British changed to pumpion and later American colonists changed that to the word we use today, "pumpkin".   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Sugar Pumpkin on Pinterest.

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    Pumpkin - Paris, Yellow

    Yellow Paris (a.k.a, Jaune Gros De Paris) Pumpkin Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Yellow Paris is a very large pumpkin that can easily grow over 100 lbs!- An old heirloom variety from France.- A very popular variety grown in Paris. Day to Maturity | 100 days Additional Details The word pumpkin originates from the word pepon, which is Greek for “large melon". The French adapted this word to pompon, which the British changed to pumpion and later American colonists changed that to the word we use today, "pumpkin".   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Sugar Pumpkin on Pinterest.

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    Pumpkin - Jack O' Lantern

    Pumpkin, Jack O' Lantern (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Jack ‘O Lantern is a popular pumpkin variety that produces 10 pound fruits that are thick walled, and smooth skinned, round to slightly oblong. The thick flesh is good for cooking, but really shines as a carving pumpkin. Has nice strong stems! Day to Maturity | 110 days Additional Details The word pumpkin originates from the word pepon, which is Greek for “large melon". The French adapted this word to pompon, which the British changed to pumpion and later American colonists changed that to the word we use today, "pumpkin".  

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    Pumpkin - Jack Be Little

    Pumpkin, Jack Be Little (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Cucurbita pepo. Plant produces tiny 4" wide orange pumpkins. - Very attractive and great for Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations. Day to Maturity | 100 days Additional Details The word pumpkin originates from the word pepon, which is Greek for “large melon". The French adapted this word to pompon, which the British changed to pumpion and later American colonists changed that to the word we use today, "pumpkin".  

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    Pumpkin - Cinderella

    Cinderella Pumpkin Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Cinderella is an old heirloom from France - looks just like the coach in the Cinderella fairy tale.- Plant produces medium-sized 25 lb. red/orange pumpkins. - This pumpkin has delicious flesh. Day to Maturity | 100-110 days Additional Details The word pumpkin originates from the word pepon, which is Greek for “large melon". The French adapted this word to pompon, which the British changed to pumpion and later American colonists changed that to the word we use today, "pumpkin".   Follow SeedsNow.com's board Sugar Pumpkin on Pinterest.

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  • Plant Labels/Markers (white) / Made in USA Plant Labels/Markers (white) / Made in USA $9.99 $1.00

    Plant Labels/Markers (white) / Made in USA

    Easily identify plantings in seedling trays and bedding flats.  The PERFECT seed and plant marker.  • White• High-grade recycled styrene / Made in the USA• Water resistant• Sharpie-approved 

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  • Pepper - Yolo Wonder Pepper - Yolo Wonder from $1.99

    Pepper - Yolo Wonder

    Sweet Bell Pepper, Yolo Wonder (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Recommended by USU. - Large 4½ by 4 inch, 3 to 4 lobed, glossy peppers on large, sturdy plants. - Good foliage cover. Day to Maturity | 80 days Additional Details One large red bell pepper contains 209 mg of vitamin C, which is almost three times the 70 mg of an average orange.

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    Pepper - Thai

    Thai Pepper (HOT) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant produces excellent yields of 2 1/2" long by 1" wide hot thai peppers Peppers grow green to red as they mature. If you love hot then you'll love Thai peppers. A prefect variety for containers and raised beds. Appx. 85 days to fully mature.

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  • Pepper - Tepin Pepper - Tepin $4.50 $1.99

    Pepper - Tepin

    Tepin (EXTREMELY HOT), Pepper (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These heirloom Tepin pepper seeds will produces tons of of ¼"  pea-sized hot peppers. Tepin peppers are extremely hot.  Handle with care. They will turn from green -> to orange -> to red as they continue to mature. Some claim this variety to be one of the Hottest Pepper in the World.  It can sometimes take the seeds about 4-10 weeks to germinate - so patience is a virtue with these babies but definitely worth it in the end.  Plant height is approximately 2' - 3'. Highest germination rates occur during the warmer months - around at 80 F or higher. Grows extremely well in small to medium sized containers. If you like hot peppers then this variety is a definite must have.

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    Pepper - Tabasco

    Pepper (HOT), Tabasco (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Tabasco Chili Peppers have a strong pungent flavored pepper maturing from green to yellow. Day to Maturity | 80 days

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    Pepper - Sun Bright Yellow

    Sweet Bell Pepper, Sun Bright Yellow (100% Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Colorful and tasty. - Get ready for the bright yellow color of these peppers to stand-out in your garden. - Beautiful bright yellow sweet bell pepper.   Day to Maturity | 70 days

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    Pepper - Serrano Tampiqueno

    Pepper (HOT), Serrano Tampiqueno (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Serrano Tampiqueno is a strong pepper. - The fruits are short and thin walled - The plants grow to 30-36" tall and bear large quantities of peppers continually Day to Maturity | 80 days

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    Pepper - Scotch Bonnet, Yellow

    Yellow Scotch Bonnet (HOT), Pepper (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Scotch Bonnet pepper seeds will produce a plant with tons of beautifully bright 1 ½" long by 1 ½" wide hot yellow peppers. A variety from Jamaica. Very hot but excellent flavor and great for culinary creations. The peppers will turn from green to yellow as they continue to mature.

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    Pepper - Santa Fe Grande

    Pepper (HOT), Santa Fe Grande (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The upright plants of the Santa Fe Grande pepper produce excellent yields of yellow fruit which turns to orange and then red at maturity. - This open pollinated variety is resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. Day to Maturity | 75-80 days

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    Pepper - Red Hot Cherry

    Pepper (HOT), Red Hot Cherry (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A Red Cherry type variety that grows into a bushy plant up to 3 feet tall. Higher heat levels than other Hot Cherry peppers. Has a nice robust flavor. - Very easy to grow. - Pods ripen to a Cherry Red color and get up to over 1 inch in diameter. Day to Maturity | 75-80 days

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  • Pepper - Purple Tiger Pepper - Purple Tiger $4.50 $0.99

    Pepper - Purple Tiger

    Purple Tiger (HOT), Pepper (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Purple Tiger pepper seeds will produce a plant with tons of beautifully bright 1" long by 1 ½" wide hot PURPLE peppers. Very hot but excellent flavor and great for culinary creations. The peppers will turn from green -> to dark purple -> to red as they continue to mature. Rare variety! Grows well in containers and raised beds. Excellent flavor that makes for great use in culinary creations.

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    Pepper - Pretty Purple (HOT)

    Pretty Purple (HOT), Pepper (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Pretty Purple pepper plant produces excellent yields of hot purple colored peppers. Extremely hot! Hotter than the Serrano Pepper and the Caloro Pepper! Turns from green -> to purple -> to red when they fully mature. Makes for great conversation in the garden and at the dinner table. Appx. 90 days to mature. Grows well in containers and small spaces.

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  • Pepper - Poblano Pepper - Poblano $4.25 $1.99

    Pepper - Poblano

    Poblano Peppers (MILD) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant produces really good yields of green peppers that sometimes take on the shape of a heart. These Poblano peppers aren't to hot, in fact, they're on the milder side. Perfect for making rellanos and chili powder. Overall, it's a great pepper variety to have in your garden.  Days to Maturity | Appx. 85 days Hot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide  

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    Pepper - Pimento

    Sweet Pimento (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Sweet Pimento variety produces good yields of 4 ½" long heart shaped sweet peppers. - The peppers  will turn from green to red as they mature. Day to Maturity | 80 days

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    Pepper - Orange King

    Orange King Bell Pepper  (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant produces good yields of orange colored sweet bell peppers. - Peppers have thick walls turn from green to orange when mature. - Suitable for home garden and market growers. Day to Maturity | 70 days

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    Pepper - Orange Horizon

    Orange Horizon Sweet Bell Pepper (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large yields of orange sweet peppers that have mild flavor. Thick walls. Easy to grow. Grows well in a 5 gallon container. Perfect for culinary dishes. Day to Maturity | 75 days Additional Details One large bell pepper contains 209 mg of vitamin C, which is almost three times the 70 mg of an average orange.

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    Pepper - Jalapeno

    Pepper (HOT), Early Jalapeño (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Slightly larger fruit and taller plant with heavy yield.  This Jalapeno pepper will produce over a longer period of time. Day to Maturity | 70 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details A mature jalapeño is 2–3½ inches (5–9 cm) long and is commonly picked and sold when still green, but occasionally when ripe and red.

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  • Pepper - Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper - Hungarian Hot Wax $3.99 $0.99

    Pepper - Hungarian Hot Wax

    Pepper (HOT), Hungarian Hot Wax (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Details | The Scoville Heat Units (SHU) for this pepper measures 750 to 3,000.  - Hungarian hot wax derived its name because it was originated in Hungary and has a waxy color that resembles bees' wax - This is a great all purpose pepper for processing and pickling, good for the home garden - Easy to grow - Tolerates heat extremely well - Grows well in containers and raised bed gardens Day to Maturity | 75 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Hot Holiday Marbles

    Hot Holiday Marble peppers are about the same size as marbles (hence the name!), and are just as beautiful! Plant produces striking color assortment of gorgeous little round fruits. A beautiful ornamental plant for the holidays. Scoville heat units:  500  Day to Maturity | 90+ daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Habanero Red Caribbean

    Pepper (HOT), Habanero Red Caribbean (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The red caribbean habanero pepper plant produces great yields of 2" x 1" wide hot peppers. These peppers are extremely hot in flavor. Day to Maturity | Appx. 100 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details Habanero chili peppers are rated 100,000–350,000 on the Scoville scale.

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    Pepper - Habanero Orange

    Pepper (HOT!), Habanero Orange (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Orange habanero pepper plant produces great yields of 2" x 1" wide hot peppers. These peppers are extremely hot in flavor. Day to Maturity | Appx. 90-100 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details Habanero chili peppers are rated 100,000–350,000 on the Scoville scale.

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    Pepper - Habanero Lemon

    Pepper (HOT!), Habanero Lemon (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Lemon Habanero pepper plant produces great yields of 2" x 1" wide hot peppers. - The peppers are hot in flavor. - Turns from a dark green color to a bright lemon yellow as it matures.  Day to Maturity | Appx. 100 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details Habanero chili peppers are rated 100,000–350,000 on the Scoville scale.

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    Pepper - Habanero Chocolate

    Pepper (HOT), Habanero Chocolate (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Chocolate Habanero plant produces heavy yields of 1 ¾" Long by 1 ¼" wide wrinkled hot peppers. - These peppers are extremely hot!  - They turn from a green color to a chocolate brown as they mature. Day to Maturity | Appx. 100 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details Habanero chili peppers are rated 100,000–350,000 on the Scoville scale.

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    Pepper - Fresno Chili

    Fresno Chili (HOT), Pepper (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These Fresno Chili pepper seeds will produces excellent yields of 3" long by 1 ¼" wide red hot peppers. This variety is excellent for roasting on the BBQ - or even pickling. Excellent flavor. Peppers are very hot. They will turn from green -> to red as they continue to mature. Day to Maturity | 80 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Firecracker

    Firecracker Pepper (HOT) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant produces excellent yields of ¾" long by ¼" wide hot peppers in a range of different colors. Peppers have hot flavor, Peppers grow in yellow to purple to orange to red. A prefect variety for containers and raised beds. Easy to grow. Looks really beautiful as the peppers begin to mature. Day to Maturity | 90 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Emerald Giant

    Emerald Giant Sweet Bell Pepper Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large yields of blocky, mostly 4 lobed, thick-walled fruit that is mild and sweet. Day to Maturity | 75 days Additional Details One large bell pepper contains 209 mg of vitamin C, which is almost three times the 70 mg of an average orange.

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    Pepper - Devil, Yellow

    Devil Yellow Pepper (HOT!!!) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Devil Yellow peppers are hot!  If you've never tried them before then you definitely need to grow these in your garden. One plant can produce hundreds of peppers! Excellent flavor. Grows on a compact plant. Days to Maturity | 90 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Cayenne, Red

    Pepper (HOT), Cayenne Long Thin (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) HOT but delightfully pungent in flavor! - Six inch long, one-half inch thin, green fruits that turn red when mature. - Named after the South American river in Guyana. Day to Maturity | 70 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details Cayenne is a popular spice in a variety of cuisines. It is employed variously in its fresh form, dried and powdered, and as dried flakes. It is also a key ingredient in a variety of hot sauces, particularly those employing vinegar as a preservative. Buffalo Wings sauce contains Cayenne pepper.

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    Pepper - Cayenne, Purple

    Purple Cayenne Pepper (HOT) (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) These cayenne pepper seeds will produce a plant with excellent yields of of 2 ¾" long by ½" wide hot purple peppers.  They are very hot but have excellent flavor. Great for culinary creations. Grows well in containers and smaller spaces. Turns from green -> to purple as they continue to mature. Days to Maturity | 85 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details Cayenne is a popular spice in a variety of cuisines. It is employed variously in its fresh form, dried and powdered, and as dried flakes. It is also a key ingredient in a variety of hot sauces, particularly those employing vinegar as a preservative. Buffalo Wings sauce contains Cayenne pepper.

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    Pepper - Caloro

    Pepper (HOT), Caloro (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant produces high yields of 2" long by 1" wide conical shaped hot peppers. - Peppers are hot, have thick walls, and turn from green to bright yellow when mature. Day to Maturity | 85 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - California Wonder

    California Wonder Sweet Bell Pepper (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Large yields of blocky, mostly 4 lobed, thick-walled fruit that is mild and sweet. Day to Maturity | 75 days Additional Details One large red bell pepper contains 209 mg of vitamin C, which is almost three times the 70 mg of an average orange.

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    Pepper - Birds Eye

    Pepper (HOT), Birds Eye (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Botanical Name: Capsicum annum glabriusculum.  The Birds Eye pepper is the official wild pepper of Texas.- A very hot, often 7x – 8x hotter on the scoville scale than jalapenos!- This is a Perennial pepper variety which means that if the soil doesn’t freeze hard in your area, you'll most likely be able to grow these peppers all year round. - Rated at 200,000 Scoville Heat Units!- Easy to grow from seeds.- Can be used in place of any hot peppers in many culinary recipes.  - The commercial hot sauce brand Cholula lists bird peppers as one of its ingredients.- Thomas Jefferson first obtained seed of the Bird Pepper in 1812 from Captain Samuel Brown, who was stationed in San Antonio, Texas.   Jefferson recorded planting this pepper in pots and in the kitchen garden in 1814. [source] Day to Maturity | 100+ daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Big Jim

    Pepper (MILD/HOT), Big Jim (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant produces heavy yields of 12" long by 2 ¾" wide hot peppers. - Big Jim peppers are mildly hot and turn from green to red when mature. Day to Maturity | 85 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Bhut Jolokia / Ghost Chili Pepper

    Considered to be one of the hottest peppers in the WORLD! Over 1,000,000 Scoville heat units. The Bhut jolokia also known as ghost pepper, ghost chili, U-morok, red naga, naga jolokia and ghost jolokia, is an interspecific hybrid chili pepper cultivated in the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. It is a hybrid of Capsicum chinense and Capsicum frutescens and is closely related to the Naga morich of Bangladesh / wikipedia *HYBRID* - Open-Pollinated/Non-GMO Days to Maturity | 120 days How to germinate pepper seeds successfully

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    Pepper - Ancho Grande

    Pepper (MILD/HOT), Ancho Grande (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Plant produces good yields of 4" long by 3" wide hot peppers. - Perfect for making rellanos. - Rated at 2,000 Scoville Heat Units!- Excellent for making chili powder! - Plant Height: 36" Day to Maturity | 85 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide

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    Pepper - Anaheim Chili

    Pepper (MILD/HOT), Anaheim Chili (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Produces a classic, all time favorite pepper for chile rellenos and for roasting. - Anaheim chili's are a long slim fruit that changes from green to scarlet red. Day to Maturity | 80 daysHot Pepper Seeds | Keep your soil moist and about 75°F.  Space plants about 18" apart and 1/4" deep.Click here for complete Hot Pepper grow guide Additional Details The name "Anaheim" derives from a farmer named Emilio Ortega who brought the seeds to the Anaheim, California, area in the early 1900s.

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