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  1. Gold Coin

    Gold Coin Onion Pelleted

    A very flat, yellow Cipollini. Matures to a medium-small, yellow cipollini onion, avg. 1 1/2-3" diam. x 3/4-1" depth. A great onion for cooking. Learn More
    $2.95

  2. RED BURGUNDY ONION (100 days)

    RED BURGUNDY ONION (100 days)

    This is a classic red skin onion suitable for southern growers that produces 4 inch with a mild, sweet flavor. It is an excellent slicing variety with white and pink interior rings. It would be best to plan on using this onion up before your other ones, as it is not the longest keeper.Short day 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. HOLLOW CROWN PARSNIP

    HOLLOW CROWN PARSNIP

    HEIRLOOM 1850 Also known as Guernsey. Per DM Ferry 1936: "An excellent variety for the table. The roots are long with smooth white skin, uniform in shape, tender, and of the best quality. The variety is easily distinguished by the leaves growing from the depression on top of the crown of the root". 250 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  6. Harris Model Parsnip

    HARRIS MODEL PARSNIP

    Pure white perfectly straight roots. The slightly sweet flavor is unique in our experience. Parsnips store well and should comprise at least a small part of every northern garden. An interesting way to grow parsnips in the North is to leave them in the garden until spring. It gives you a sweet treat to look forward to all winter. Dig them as soon as you can. If they are left for a few weeks, they develop a lot of little white roots and start to become woody. 250 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  7. PURPLE PLUM RADISH (30 days)

    PURPLE PLUM RADISH (30 days)

    A unique combination of purple skin and white flesh. Radishes are oval, two inches long and 1 1/2 inches around. Flavor is quite mild. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  8. Gloriette Radish

    GLORIETTE RADISH (HYBRID)

    Uniform yields of large scarlet red globes are slow at becoming pithy, have a good shelf life with excellent flavor and quality. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  9. Round Black Radish

    ROUND BLACK RADISH (33 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1824 in US, 1500s in Europe. A fine variation on the black Spanish radish that has been around since the 1500s. Large roots are 4 inches across with an attractive black skin while the flesh is a pure creamy white. Mildly pungent and can be used for a variety of cooked dishes as well as fresh with beer. Round Black even stores well in a root cellar. Would prefer to mature in cooler weather. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  10. Watermelon Radish

    WATERMELON RADISH (37 days)

    This large, white skinned radish with greenish shoulders, has a bright red interior that looks like a watermelon when sliced. The flavor is mild and sweet. While it will grow to the size of a turnip, it is best eaten when smaller. Prefers a cooler climate, so plant this seed mid-summer for a late fall/early winter harvest. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  11. Easter Egg Radish

    EASTER EGG RADISH (28 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM This unique radish is a lot of fun. It includes a combination of red, white, and purple radishes and a number of intermediary shades that really dress up your relish tray. The flavor is good (mildly pungent), texture is crisp, and they hold their quality well after their 28 day maturity. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  12. Hailstone Radish

    HAILSTONE RADISH (25 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1800s. Radishes have been popular for centuries. If you look at an old seed catalog it will have twice the number of radish varieties that we do today. Hailstone is though of as the fastest maturing of the bunch. Roots are round and white like a - well - hailstone. Both the tops and the taproot are small, allowing for dense planting. The one inch globes are tangy, pungent, and crisp. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $0.95

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