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All Heirloom Vegetable Seeds and Plants

Choose from our wide selection of heirloom vegetable seeds and plants and enjoy the distinctive, old-fashioned taste of these classic favorites.

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  • Cucumber, Lemon, , large

    Short Description

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

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Kale, Red Russian, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Delicious grey-green leaves turn purple in cold weather.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Carrot, Touchon, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Sweet and tender, quick to mature.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Cucumber, Straight Eight, , large

    Short Description

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

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Asparagus, Mary Washington, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Light cuttings in 2 years; regular cuttings thereafter.

    $5.95 - $12.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Mortgage Lifter, , large

    Short Description

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

    $4.95 - $16.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Kale, Lacinato , , large

    Short Description

    Italian heirloom with blue-green leaves loaded with flavor,

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Pumpkin, Connecticut Field, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. It is the original Halloween pumpkin and makes great pies too.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Cabbage, Early Jersey Wakefield, , large

    Short Description

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

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Eggplant, Black Beauty, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. From 1902, it remains a standard worldwide for large-fruited black eggplant.

    $3.95 - $16.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Watermelon, Georgia Rattlesnake, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. The classic watermelon with pale green "snakeskin" stripes.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Broccoli, Romanesco, , large

    Short Description

    With beautiful, apple-green whorled heads, this variety has been a culinary delight since the 16th century.

    $4.95
    Seeds
  • Cauliflower, Snowball Self-Blanching, , large

    Short Description

    Thrives in the cool weather.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Hot, Pepperoncini Italian, , large

    Short Description

    Delicious peppers perfect for pickling.

    $5.95 - $16.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Carrot, Danvers Half Long, , large

    Short Description

    Heirloom carrot developed in 1886.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Broccoli, Waltham 29, , large

    Short Description

    A variety prized for its lovely dark blue-green heads and marvelous flavor.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Onion, Red Creole, , large

    Short Description

    Pungent, spicy purple-red onion that's great for southern climes.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Radish, Watermelon, , large

    Short Description

    Heirloom treasure from China.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Lettuce, Four Seasons, , large

    Short Description

    Remarkable cold hardiness. Perfect for early spring and fall/winter harvests.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Watermelon, Congo, , large

    Short Description

    One big, sweet, beautiful watermelon that reaches up to 35 lb.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Pepper, Hot, Poblano (Ancho), , large

    Short Description

    Loads of mildly pungent, 4" heart-shaped fruits that ripen from dark green to deep red.

    $4.95 - $16.95
    Seeds and Plants
  • Broccoli, Calabrese, , large

    Short Description

    Delicious early and late season heirloom favorite.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Sweet, Marconi Rosso Organic, , large

    Short Description

    A sweet pepper from Italy that is delicious green or red.

    $3.95
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Rainbow Blend Heirloom, , large

    Short Description

    Colorful and tasty heirlooms.

    $3.95
    Seeds
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