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  1. Grand Duke Kohlrabi

    GRAND DUKE KOHLRABI (F1 hybrid 50 days)

    A 1979 All American selection and still a favorite for both earliness and flavor. Kohlrabi is also called cabbage-turnip and appropriately so, the turnip-like balls are held cleanly above the ground with a cruciferous, "cabbagey" flavor. The 4 inch globes are crisp and tender and Grand Duke holds well, meaning that you can leave it in the garden for a while without it becoming woody. 40 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  2. Kolibri Kohlrabi

    KOLIBRI KOHLRABI (F1 hybrid 43 days) *sold out*

    We were very impressed with this kohlrabi from a prominent Dutch grower. If you start from transplants, it and kale will be the first cole crops that you harvest in just 40 days from transplanting. The exterior is a very attractive medium purple and the interior a crisp, clear white. Flavor is fine, delicate for kohlrabi. We continued harvest over a seven week period and by the end the size of the globes exceeded a pound, but they were not at all woody. 40 seeds. Learn More

    Regular Price: $1.95

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  3. EARLY WHITE VIENNA KOHLRABI (50 days)

    EARLY WHITE VIENNA KOHLRABI (50 days)

    HEIRLOOM pre1860 Early maturing bulbs provide an excellent, nut-like flavor. Has few leaves. An interesting contrast with ornamentals. 40 seeds. Learn More
    $0.95

  4. Early Purple Vienna Kohlrabi

    EARLY PURPLE VIENNA KOHLRABI

    HEIRLOOM pre1860 According to the 1930 DM Ferry catalog: "Very early with small top, the leaf stems being tinged with purple. Bulbs of medium size, purple; flesh white. Desirable for forcing and early outdoor planting". 40 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  5. Kossack Kohlrabi

    KOSSACK KOHLRABI (F1 hybrid 60 days)

    This giant kohlrabi can reach the size of a bowling ball, and still remain quite tender. The skin is light green with white sweet flesh. The leaves can be eaten like collard greens. Kossack will store a month or more in the refrigerator or root cellar. 40 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  6. Peanut

    ARACHIS HYPOGAEA PEANUT (120 days)

    A fun novelty to grow in your garden this unique plant makes seed pods producing elongated stocks that slowly penetrate the soil where they enlarge and become peanuts. Plant in soil that is 65-70* F., 1 1/2" deep, 4 to 5 seeds per foot, spacing rows 30 to 36 inches apart. A light, sandy soil with plenty of organic material worked in is best. Northern gardeners can start seeds indoors, 2 to 4 weeks before their last frost date or warm the soil by using black plastic mulch. Plants will emerge after 14 days with sufficient watering, and will grow to 18 inches. Yellow, self pollinating, pea-like flowers arrive 30 to 40 days after sowing, growing on the lower portion of the plant. Peanuts need calcium to produce well, so add 1 cup of gypsum (calcium sulfate) per 10 feet of row to the top 3 to 4 inches of soil when the plant begins to flower. Cultivate soil around plant shallowly to prevent damage to the growing peanuts. Harvest can start when the older plants start to turn yellow. If you have a short northern growing season, use row cover to protect against the first light frosts. Dig up the peanuts with a spading fork and air dry upside down on the rows or inside if the weather does not cooperate. Pull peanuts from roots when dry and store. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $2.50

  7. AILSA CRAIG ONION

    AILSA CRAIG ONION

    HEIRLOOM 1887 British. This fine large onion has gained a considerable following in the past several years. Bulbs in excess of 3 pounds are possible, but the real virtue of this variety is the quality. Color is a snow-white, centers are bull's eye single, tops are vigorous, and the flavor is very sweet. Great for slicing raw. Every year that we grow it we reaffirm that Ailsa Craig is the biggest, the earliest, and the best. Long day. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

  8. YELLOW SWEET SPANISH ONION

    YELLOW SWEET SPANISH ONION

    The standard yellow storage onion for the past century. Bulbs are up to 5 inches wide and can weigh a couple pounds. Skin and flesh are a pleasing yellow. It cures very well in the fall and if stored properly will provide crispy spiciness to dishes all winter. Long day. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  9. Barletta White Pickling Onion

    BARLETTA WHITE PICKLING ONION (65 days)

    A high quality white, perfectly round, 3/4 inch onion for pickling. Also great in a cream sauce for your holiday table. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  10. Copra Onion

    COPRA ONION (F1 hybrid 107 days)

    An excellent storage onion with a distinctive coppery brown skin and medium to large bulbs that are somewhat globular. The onions are as flavorful when you take them out of the root cellar in the Spring as they were the previous Fall. This is a very hard, sweet onion with thin tops that dry quickly.Long day 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

  11. SOUTHPORT RED GLOBE ONION

    SOUTHPORT RED GLOBE ONION

    HEIRLOOM 1873. D.M.Ferry Seed wrote in 1930; "This most excellent medium early or main crop red variety produces bulbs of medium to large size, ideally globe shaped with very smooth glossy surface, very small neck, and remarkably beautiful purplish red color. The flesh is white, tinged with light purple, mild, very fine grained and tender". Long day. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  12. Walla Walla Onion

    WALLA WALLA ONION

    This near legendary onion is noted for its mildness. In the Northwest it is planted in the fall, over-wintered, and harvested the following spring. It will produce an acceptably mild crop from a spring planting in areas with more severe winters. You can also try to protect it over the winter with a light mulch. We've had mixed results with this method. Worth some experimentation if you crave a mild onion. Long day. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

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