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Locally Grown Heirloom Seedlings!

Cost: $4 each seedling

How to Order: Order through this page, by selecting the number of seedlings you would like, and indicate what varieties you would like in the notes section of your order.

Varieties: See list of available selection below. Please note in your comments if you would like specific varieties.
Not sure what to order? Ask me to pick or check out the Ready to Grow Seedling Kits and I will pick a great selection for you!

When will they be ready?  Seedlings will be garden ready and delivered (in ptbo) late May.

Other Info: All seedlings will be homegrown by me, using locally adapted heirloom seeds.
All quantities are limited – Stock is as follows, will try to update as often as possible if things sell out!

Seeds & Garden Kits (which contain seeds & seedlings) also Available!

Varieties: Full list of varieties for 2023 listed below
I will do my best to provide specific orders for varieties. Place any specifics in the ‘notes’ section of your order!

Tomatoes: Lots of diversity in these categories! 

Slicers – Links provide more detail, order through this page for seedlings! 
Allegory Sunset
Black Krim 
Black Russian 
Costoluto Genovese
Eva Purple Ball
Green Zebra 
Purple Cherokee
Tiger Eye 

Cherry Tomatoes:
Black Cherry 
German Red Strawberry 
Isis Candy
Sweet Angora
Red Fig 
Una Heart Stock 
Yellow Pear 

Paste Tomatoes
San Marzano
Striped Cavern

Chocolate Jalapeno
Chimayo Chili

Dark Green Broccoli

Straight 8


Dark Green
Black Beauty
Crookneck (Yelllow)

Greens: (*Seeds also available) 
Lettuce (Freckles, Cimaron, Ibis), Kale: Red Ursula, Dinosaur, Red Russian, Chard.
*You will receive 2 or more greens for each seedling ordered

Mixer Sixers – Mix of 6 Annuals – Available at Plant Sale

Flowers: (*Seeds also available)
Bachelors Buttons
Red Salvia
Snap Dragons

Mixer Sixers – Mix of Six Annual Flowers – Available at plant sale!



Additional information

Bulk Seedlings

One, Six


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