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All Heirlooms

Choose from our complete list of traditional heirlooms.

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  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Mortgage Lifter, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Legendary, huge beefsteak consistently wins taste-tests.

    $4.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Carrot, Touchon, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. Sweet and tender, quick to mature.

    $3.95
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  • Tomato, Rutgers, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. Its flavor, both for slicing and cooking, is still unequaled.

    $3.95 - $17.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Pepper, Sweet, California Wonder, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. The standard bell pepper.

    $5.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Tomato, Druzba, , large

    Short Description

    Beautiful heirloom tomato with perfect form!

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Corn, Golden Bantam, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. This variety made yellow sweet corn popular. Orig. 1902

    $4.95
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  • Tomato, Rainbow Blend Heirloom, , large

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    Colorful and tasty heirlooms.

    $3.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Kale, Lacinato , , large

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    Italian heirloom with blue-green leaves loaded with flavor,

    $4.95
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  • Cabbage, Early Jersey Wakefield, , large

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    Longtime favorite with a distinctly sweet flavor: great for salads and slaws.

    $3.95
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  • Tomato, German Johnson, , large

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    A parent line that gave rise to the illustrious Mortgage Lifter. Large lobed fruits with pinkish-red skin.

    $3.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Cucumber, Straight Eight, , large

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    A cucumber superstar, this classic has excellent flavor and is widely adapted.

    $4.95
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  • Bean, Asparagus Yardlong, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. Very vigorous, climbing vines that are easy to grow.

    $5.95
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  • Cucumber, Lemon, , large

    Short Description

    Lemon yellow cucumbers are tender and sweet, excellent for salads and pickling.

    $3.95
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  • Pepper, Sweet, Bull Nosed Large Bell, , large

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    A prized variety in Thomas Jefferson's garden at Monticello: sweet, mild, delicious.

    $4.95
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  • Radish, Early Scarlet Globe, , large

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    Crisp, tender, juicy and a popular favorite

    $3.95
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  • Pepper, Sweet, Emerald Giant, , large

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    Big blocky fruits with sweet, juicy taste.

    $3.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Cherokee Purple, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Its flavor is rich and full—often compared with Brandywine.

    $4.95 - $17.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Cucumber, Mexican Sour Gherkin, , large

    Short Description

    Tiny, sweet treats have sweet cucumber flavor combined with a tangy sourness.

    $4.95
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  • Pumpkin, Small Sugar, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. An older, smaller variety of the Connecticut Field pumpkin.

    $3.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Sunflower, Mammoth Russian, , large

    Short Description

    Huge heads are ideal for competition at fairs.

    $4.95
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  • Mustard, Southern Giant Curled, , large

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    All-America Selections winner for 1935 and long-time southern favorite with mild, mustardy flavor.

    $3.95
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  • Pepper, Hot, Thai Hot, , large

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    Thai pepper variety is seriously hot and gorgeous in a container.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Hot, McMahon's Bird Pepper, , large

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    Medium-hot heirloom peppers with a pedigree that goes right back to Thomas Jefferson.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Lettuce, Yugoslavian Red, , large

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    Perhaps the most beauteous lettuce we've grown: a star selection for your salad bowl.

    $3.95
    Seeds
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