Organics

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Organic Vegetable Seeds

Choose below from our certified organic vegetable seeds including tomatoes, beans, peppers and more.

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    One of the most popular and best-tasting heirlooms.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    This is the variety made yellow sweet corn popular.

    $6.29
    Seeds
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    HEIRLOOM. Its flavor is rich and full—often compared with Brandywine.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Our exclusive blend of wild colors—organic!

    $7.29
    Seeds
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    The famous 10-alarm pepper from the Caribbean.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Deliciously sweet. Perfect for salads.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Early ripening organic cherry tomato.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Easy to pick and easy to grow.

    $3.39 - $8.79
    Seeds
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    Excellent Heirloom tomato for sauces!

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Harvest in only 47 days.

    $4.19
    Seeds
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    The first truly stringless edible podded pea.

    $4.19 - $7.29
    Seeds
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    Ideal for slicing.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Large, sweet oblong watermelons.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Heavy yields of delicious slender fruits.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Best when grown in cool weather.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Bright purple pods on compact plants.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Deliciously sweet honeydew with orange flesh.

    $4.19
    Seeds
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    Popular heirloom with unique pattern skin.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Our popular looseleaf blend, selected for a long harvest.

    $6.29
    Seeds
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    Bred for tolerance to heat and cold.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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    Scarlet skin, shades to white at base.

    $5.19
    Seeds
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