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2013 NAS Heirloom Plant Sale: May 18th LS Greenhouse

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Bell Peppers

Purple Beauty (36) Absolutely stunning purple bell pepper. Large 4-lobed, thick-walled fruits borne on sturdy compact plants. Tender crisp texture, mild sweet flavor. 70-75 days from transplant.
Bullnose (36) Crisp fruits ripen from green to red with an excellent flavor. Productive, sturdy plants. 55-80 days from transplant.
WI Lakes (36) Great choice for an early maturing bell pepper. Reliable yields of thick-walled, 4-6 oz. fruits that ripen from green to red. 75-85 days from transplant.
Golden Cal Wonder (56) 78 days. Colorful golden bells that are very sweet and tasty. The productive plants produce early and are good for northern climates.
Orange Bell (84) Blocky 4" bell peppers have thick walls and excellent flavor. Heavy yielding. Can also be eaten green. 90 days
Chocolate Beauty (36) Deep chocolate color. Excellent sweet flavor when fully ripe, average flavor when green. 70-75 days from transplant.
King of the North (184) The best red bell pepper we know for northern gardeners where the seasons are cool and short. 70 days
Yankee Bell (60) New open pollinated bell pepper for Northern growers. Blocky, 3 to 4-lobed, medium size, green to red fruits. Strongly branched with good cover. 60 days
CA Wonder (52)

Heirloom California Wonder peppers are thick-walled and blocky, about 4 inches tall and wide, with a crisp, mild flavor and terrific sweetness. One of the best tasting sweet bell peppers.They mature from green to red on the plant. If kept picked they will continue producing throughout the growing season. Big harvests on 30 inch high plants. 70 days

Keystone (43) 75 days. Plant produces heavy yields of large 4 ½" long by 3 ½" wide sweet bell peppers. Peppers have thick wall and turn from green to red when mature. Produces well even under adverse weather conditions. A perfect stuffing pepper. Suitable for home garden and market growers. Disease Resistant: Tobacco Mosaic Virus.

Hot Peppers

Pasilla Bajio (44) 78 days. Mild-sweet-hot, fruit is dark green, turning brown as it ripens. This pepper is used in Mexican "mole" sauces, tasty.
Red rocket (36) Tapered, thin-walled, 5-6" long fruits. Dries quickly to crimson red. Dried fruits have tender flesh which is nice and soft when cooked. Early, high yielding and widely adapted. 85 days.
Fatali (12) from the Central African Republic. Habanero-type peppers with delicious citrus flavor and few seeds. Three inch long golden-orange fruits. 90 days from transplant. Sizzling hot!
Chocolate habanero (17) Also known as the 'Congo black' the fruits have a unique, rich flavor. The 2" fruits ripen from an emerald green to a gorgeous, chocolate brown approximately 100 days after transplanting. sizzling hot
Early jalapeno (108) -2 1/2" x 1", sausage-shaped, blunt fruits mature early; dark green changing to red. Earlier, but lowr yielding. 60 days from transplant
Traveler Jalapeno (79) Named Traveler because Larry carried this seed with him when he moved to Oklahoma, Wyoming, and then Missouri. Sturdy plants covered in cylindrical fruits that average 3" long. Fruits ripen from green to bright red. 70-90 days from transplant. HOT.
Orange thai (72) Loaded with Orange 2½" cayenne-type peppers. Great for container growing. Can dry and use for seasoning. 80-90 days from transplant.
Scotch bonnet (96) Attractive, golden-yellow, squat little peppers with a shocking heat and superb fruit-like flavor. They also have a wonderful, unique aroma. 90 days from transplant. Sizzling hot!
Hinklehotz (108) .Cultivated by the Pennsylvania Dutch since the 1880s; name translates as chicken heart. Small fruits (¾" wide by 1-2" long) ripen from green to glossy red. 80-90 days from transplant.
Hot paper lantern (74) Magnificent, elongated and wrinkled, lantern-shaped fruits are 3-4" long. Tall plants put on a colorful display through the summer. 70 - 90 days from transplant. Sizzling Hot!
Joe's round (31) Productive plants have clusters of ¾" round fruits that ripen from deep green to bright red. Great for pickling or for fresh salsa. Very Hot!
Tampico Serrano (87) Serrano peppers are very similar looking to jalapenos but are 4 to 5 times hotter. Immature serranos mature to a deep red, about three inches long and 1/2 inch around. 90-100 days.
Golden cayenne (75) bright yellow-gold version of the ever-popular Cayenne. Fruits grow to 6" and ripen to a beautiful golden yellow. Flavor is like the regular Cayenne, intense and hot. 70-75 days.
Lemon drop (29) Peruvian seasoning pepper. Bright yellow, conical, crinkly fruits are ½" wide by 2½" long, very few seeds, 15 or less per pepper. Intensely hot, citrus flavor. 90-100 days from transplant.
Habanero (37) Productive 32" plants produce fruits that ripen from light green with a tinge of purple to mustard orange to bright orange. 95-100 days from transplant. sizzling hot!
Prairie fire (18) A culinary as well as ornamental hot pepper. Green to yellow at intermediate and red at full maturity. Upright tapered fruit on top of a small plant.90 – 100 days from transplant.
Hot Portugal (17)

Hot Portugal is a sturdy pepper plant that is vigorous in growth and it is this structure that provides large numbers of fruit. 6-7" long and about 1 1/2" at the shoulder tapering to a point. Ripen early to a glossy lipstick red. 65 days.

Wenk's Yellow (30) Three-inch long wax peppers with thick walls, ripens from yellow to bright orange then red. 80 days from transplant.
Fish (57) One of the prettiest peppers, this African-American heirloom predates the 1870s. Boasting handsome, variegated foliage, the 18-24" plants produce 2-3" long pendant fruits. 80 days.
Caribbean Red (14) an extremely spicy version of the habanero pepper, clocks in at up to 445,000 Scoville units. 70-110 days.
Black Hungarian (38) Highly ornamental in the field and on the plate! Green foliage is highlighted by purple veins and beautiful purple flowers. Sturdy plants grow 30- 36" tall. Produces 3-4" fruits similar in shape to a jalapeno, but black in color ripening to red. Mild heat. 60-80 days
Maule's (104) This heirloom was first made popular in the 1800's by William Henry Maule Seeds of Philadelphia. The fiery red cayenne style peppers grow up to 10" and make truly impressive ristras. Good heat and flavor with heavy yields. 80 days.

Medium Peppers

Anaheim (27) A Southwestern-style traditional Anaheim chili pepper. Peppers average 8" long and have a thick, crisp flesh with mild heat and excellent flavor. 70-95 days from transplant
Tobago seasoning (52) Very nice flavor, used extensively in the local cuisine as a seasoning pepper. Fruits are slightly variable, a good variety for pots. 90 days from transplant.
Beaver dam (72) Hungarian heirloom brought to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin in 1912. Fruits are mildly hot when seeded. 80 days from transplant.
Golden Nugget (25) Variegated foliage, hundreds of golden yellow fruits, good for pickling or drying. 75-85 days from transplant.

Sweet Peppers

Italia (78)  Long, avg. 2 1/2" x 8", fruits are green, and ripen early to a dark crimson red. Corno di toro type, with wide shoulders, reminiscent of a colorful bull's horn. Sweet, full pepper flavor that expresses itself well in pasta sauces and stir-fries. 55-75 days.
Alma paprika (72) Highly productive plants are loaded with thickwalled cherry-type peppers. One of the best varieties for drying and grinding for paprika, or for fresh eating. 70-80 days from transplant.
Golden treasure (32) Sweet and productive Polish heirloom. Two-foot tall plants produce 4" long bell fruits with 3 lobes. Sweet even when green, sure to be a favorite. Does well in dry areas. 90 days from transplant
Lipstick (20) Heavy, attractive, dark green fruits are about 4" long and taper to a blunt point. They ripen to a glossy, rich red. Dependable, early, heavy yields, even in a cool summer season. 53 days green, 75 red ripe.
Marconi (28) Awarded All America Selections recognition in 2001. It is one of the biggest Italian- type sweet peppers, with a long profile.Peppers ripen from green to red and are sweetest when red. Resistant to tobacco mosaic virus and potato Y virus. Keep peppers picked and they will continue producing until frost. 62 days
Tequila Sunrise (24)

75 days. Open Pollinated ornamental pepper which can also be eaten! Plants will grow up to 2' tall. The peppers are shaped somewhat like a fat carrot, and turn from green to golden orange or yellow when ripe. Average 4-5" long and about an inch in diameter. The plants are very productive.

Sheepnose pimento (28) A tomato shaped Ohio heirloom from the family of Nick Rini. Keeps for an extended period when refrigerated. 70-80 days from transplant.

Large Tomatoes

Pink Brandywine (72) Large vines produce deep red 8-12 ounce fruits. Excellent flavor. Very productive. Indeterminate, 80-100 days from transplant.
Red Brandywine (36) The large indeterminate potato leaf vines produce deep-red fruits weighing up to 2 lb. with excellent, mild, balanced heirloom flavor. 78-100 days
Mortgage lifter Exceptionally meaty and typically crack-free. Great old-fashioned tomato flavor. Indeterminate, 80-90 days from transplant.
Jersey Giant (72) This New Jersey canning variety is on the verge of extinction! Large, 6-inch long, pepper-shaped fruit are packed with great tomato flavor. Delicious fresh from the garden. Their large size makes them a snap to can.
Dester (108) New! A large pink beefsteak variety that reaches 1-1 1/2 pounds. Its rich sweet flavor makes it an excellent slicer. The seed came to us from an Amish lady just a few miles from the Baker Creek farm.
Striped Stuffer (36) Fruits are shaped like bell peppers and completely hollow. This German stuffer tomato is red with yellow stripes and has very good flavor for a stuffing tomato. 78 days.
Cuoro de Toro (36) 89 days. good yields of large 2 lb pinkish-red Oxheart type tomatoes. Very meaty. Excellent for making paste, sauce, puree, and canning.
Anna's Russian (36) 70 days. blemish free, large, and very tasty, pink oxheart tomatoes.These tomatoes are just gorgeous, and will make you feel like a pro. Fruits are up to a pound each and are crack resistant.
Black Krim (108) Beefsteak fruits are a unique combination of violetbrown and purple-red—they turn almost black with sufficient sunlight and heat. Excellent full flavor. Indeterminate, 70-90 days from transplant.
And Ruby's German (72) Large beefsteak fruits weigh one pound or more. Sweet juicy flesh with a hint of spiciness. Ready to harvest when soft to the touch and yellow-green in color. Indeterminate, 80-95 days from transplant.
Abraham Lincoln (108) Plant produces good yields of extra large 1 lb meaty tomatoes. Tomatoes turn dark red when mature. Delicious, rich, slightly acidic tomato flavors. 87 days.
Carbon (72) 76 days. black tomato seeds produce big, regular-leaf tomato plants yielding prolific amounts of 10-14 oz., beautiful purple-brown fruits. Great flavor.
German Johnson (108) 80 days. Plant produces good yields of a very large 16 oz pink tomatoes. The tomatoes are meaty, very flavorful, have very few seeds, and turn pink with yellow shoulders when mature.
Kellogg's breakfast (108) Large orange beefsteak fruits weigh 1-2 pounds. Delicious rich flavor with a good acid/sugar balance. Very productive. Indeterminate, 80-90 days from transplant.
Mortgage Lifter (36) Puts out extremely heavy yields of big, low-acid pink fruits. Few seeds, excellent flavor. Drought-tolerant, indeterminate vines. 83 days.
Hillbilly (108) 85 days. Plant produces good yields of large 2 lb orange-yellow beefsteak tomatoes with red and pink streaks. Very flavorful. Excellent for salads and sandwiches. A heirloom from West Virginia, USA
Bush Beefsteak (108) 62 days. A wonderful, compact and prolific, short bushy plant that grows to 3 feet, yields huge amounts of very early producing 8 oz. beefsteak tomatoes in clusters. A very popular variety for shorter growing regions.
Marmonde (72)
French heirloom. Produces dependable heavy, clusters of 6-ounce deep red, slightly flattened, oblate fruits that are meaty, lightly lobed and contain an excellent, complex, slightly tart taste. 67 days
Paul Robeson (72) Russian heirloom with a dedicated following among tomato connoisseurs. Named in honor of Paul Robeson (1898-1976), famous opera singer and equal rights advocate. Dusky brick red fruits with dark green shoulders and red flesh; 6-12 ounces. Known for its distinctive flavor—smoky and earthy with a perfect acid/sweet balance. Indeterminate, 80-90 days from transplant.
Amish Yellow (72) Beautiful, 4-inch, yellow-orange heirloom tomato with apricot-colored flesh, unique sweet flavor with a good amount of acid for balanced flavors. Seeds from Oconto County Mennonite farmer.

Medium Tomatoes

Striped Stuffer (36) Fruits are shaped like bell peppers and completely hollow - as easy to stuff as your favorite bell!
Green Zebra (72) Green 1½ - 2½" fruits with deep green zebra stripes. Sweet zingy flavor. Very productive plants. Indeterminate, 75-80 days from transplant.
Moonglow (72) Uniform bright orange globes with solid flesh, few seeds, and mild sweetness. Excellent keeper. Indeterminate, 85 days from transplant.
Nyagous (72) A prolific, rare, Russian tomato variety. Beautiful, smooth, round, "black" tomatoes that are dark mohagany with dark grey-green shoulders. Nyagous is a wonderfully firm and blemish-free, 6 oz. tomato with lots of sweet, complex fruit flavors and a clean acidic finish. Up to 6 fruits to a cluster. 76 days.
WI Chief (108) Rare variety, originally bred by Warren Gablemanof the Univ. of Wisconsin in 1956. 4-8 oz, red, round fruit, highly productive, uniform size, strong skin and wonderful flavor makes this ideal for cooking, canning, salads and shipping. 78 days.

Early Tomatoes

Glacier (36) 65 days. An early, short-season variety that flowers when it is only 4-inches tall then sets loads of very flavorful 2 to 3-ounce, round, red tomatoes. Good flavor.
Scotia (36) 60 days. Sought after for its ability to set fruit in cool weather and produce firm, deep red, globe shaped tomatoes with good flavor. The 4 ounce fruit bear on a determinate vine.
Siberian (36) Dwarf sprawling plants with very early fruit set. Eggshaped 2-3" fruits with good strong flavor. Determinate, 57-60 days from transplant.
Silvery fir tree (36) Traditional Russian variety with distinctive carrotlike silvery-gray foliage on compact 24" plants. Heavy crops of round, slightly flattened 3-3½" red fruits.58 days
Subarctic plenty (72) 42 days. Lycopersicon esculentum. Plant produces good yields of 4 oz red tomatoes. One of the World’s Earliest Tomatoes. Suitable for northern regions where season is short.

Paste Tomatoes

Amish paste (108) Bright red 8-12 ounce fruits vary in shape from oxheart to rounded plum. 85 days from transplant
Heinz 1439 VFA (128) Plant produces good yields of 6 oz red tomatoes. TFor making ketchup, puree, and sauces. Crack resistant. Determinate. VFA resistance. 70 days from transplant.
Hogs Heart (20)

 2 1/2 to 3-inch long red fruit, shape varies from a banana shape to a heart-shape. Excellent sweet flavors with moderately juicy flesh. A top paste tomato for sauces. 86 days

Martino's Roma (120) Italian heirloom with pretty rugose (puckered) foliage. Very heavy set of mild 2-3 ounce fruits perfectly suited for making sauce, salsa, and paste.75 days from transplant
Rio Grande (108) Large plant produces high yields of large size red tomatoes. Great for salads and sandwiches, or making sauces and puree. determinant. 75 days
San Marzano Bush (88) San Marzano that is early and produces all its fruit over a 1 to 2 week period on average. Especially favored by those looking to can all their tomatoes at once or for market growers looking for a short easy picking period. 75 days.
Speckled Roman (85) Gorgeous 5" long fruits with jagged orange and yellow stripes. Meaty flesh with few seeds. Great tomato taste, ideal for processing and fresh eating. Very productive. Indeterminate, 85 days.
Sheboygan (108) Grown since the early 1900s by Lithuanian immigrants in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Pink pastetype 4-6 ounce fruits. great for canning. Indeterminate, 80 days from transplant.

Cherry Tomatoes

Brown Berry (72) The first brownish-red cherry tomato available to gardeners. A great color addition to salads. Excellent sweet juicy flavor, very heavy producer. Indeterminate, 75 days from transplant.
Amish salad (108) 80 days.Plant produces high yields of flavorful 2 oz round pink cherry tomatoes. The tomatoes are very sweet and grow in clusters of 6.
Gardeners delight (72) 80 days. Lycopersicon esculentum. Plant produces high yields of flavorful 2 oz round pink cherry tomatoes. The tomatoes are very sweet and grow in clusters of 6. 65 days to transplant.
Isis Candy (108) Rich, sweet, fruity flavor. Plants are loaded with 1½" fruits in clusters of 6-8. 70-80 days from transplant.
Red currant (36) produce huge, vigorous branches that yields thousands of 3/8-inch, sweet (but slightly tart), red currant tomatoes. 70 days
Yellow cherry (36) vigorous and tall tomato plants that yield copious amounts of 3/4-inch, round, yellow cherry tomatoes that are loaded with delicious, fruity, sweet/tart flavors.75 days.
Golden Currant (36) An amazing, vigorous plant producing literally thousands and thousands of flavoursome, pea-sized golden fruit for month after month. Loved by children and adults alike. 76 days.
Red Pearl (36) Resists cracking and stores well on and off the vine. Tall, healthy plants. High resistance (HR) to fusarium wilt races 1 and 2, and Intermediate resistance (IR) to late blight. 58 days.
Green grape (72) Unique olive yellow 1" cherry tomatoes on very productive plants. Addictive spicy sweet flavor. Determinate, 80-90 days.
Mexico Midget (72) Hundreds of ½-¾" dark red cherry tomatoes on each plant. Huge tomato flavor for such small fruits. Great for salads or selling in pints. Plants produce throughout the entire growing season. Indeterminate, 60-70 days.
Indigo Rose (72) 75 days. Indigo Rose develops a dark purple pigment in its skin where exposed to direct sunlight. 1-2 oz., cocktail-sized tomatoes have good flavor with 'plummy' overtones.
Wapsipinicon peach (36) 80 days tomato heavy producer of 1 1/2 to 2-inch, delicate, fuzzy-like-a-peach, pale-yellow juicy, tomatoes with wonderful, slightly-spicy, very fruity-sweet flavors. Harvest is good all the way to frost.
Yellow pear (36) Endless supply of 1½" fruits with great flavor. 70-80 days from transplant.


White Wonder Cucumber (36) Turns from greenish white to ivory then yellowish at maturity. Excellent eating quality, ideal for pickles or slicing. Highly productive even during hot weather. 58 day
Armenian Cucumber (36) Heavily ribbed, light green cukes with mild, sweet taste. The fruit grows very long and is best eaten when 24" long and less than 2½" across.70 days.
A&C Pickling Cucumber (36) high yields of 8" to 10" long dark green cucumbers. They hold their dark color for a long time. A heirloom variety introduced in 1928 by Abbott & Cobb of Philadelphia. Excellent pickling variety. 55 days.
Snow's Fancy Cucumber (36) First sold in 1905, and once a very popular small pickle, can still be used to make fancy pickles today. Moderately dark green, short and slender (5" long by 1½" wide), thin fleshed. 50-60 days.
Early Fortune Cucumber (36) a very productive and disease resistant cucumber. This cucumber was introduced in 1910 by the Jerome B. Rice Seed Company from a single plant found in a crop of Davis Perfect. This is a very productive and reliable garden cucumber with rich, dark green spiny skin and firm, pure white flesh. The flesh has very few seeds and a clean taste. 60 days.
Ping Tung Eggplant (59) Beautiful heirloom from Pingtung, Taiwan. Slender fruits up to 12" long with shiny dark lavender skin. Hardy, vigorous, disease resistant plants. 65-75 days from transplant.
Black beauty Eggplant (69)

74 days Large bell-shaped fruits range from 1-3 lbs and have a slight signature ribbing. Medium to thick skin is deep purple, and glossy when mature.

Diamond (20) 72 days. Open polinated. From the Ukraine. Modest sized plants produce an abundance of good sized fruits early, and keep producing all season until frost. Fruits are dark purple, 8-10" x 3", non-bitter, firm, and set in clusters. This is an awesome eggplant for the north due to its earliness and size.
Pandora Striped Rose Eggplant (35) teardrop-shaped fruit are a lovely lilac-rose color with thin white stripes. Strong, thornless plants give heavy yields; tender and delicious. 80 days.
Purple Tomatillo (72) 70 days. This unusual deep purple tomatillo makes an ideal salsa with its sweet tart flavor. The plant has striking purple veins in the leaves.
Birdhouse Gourd (36) Birdhouse gourds are easiest to grow and require the least amount of growing season (95 days). They need light and well drained soil.
Romanesco Broccoli (72) With beautiful, apple-green whorled heads, this variety has been a culinary delight since the 16th century. Romanesco is the preeminent Italian heirloom variety and was first documented in Italy in the 16th century. Its crisp, beautiful apple-green whorled heads impart an altogether pleasing, nutty taste. Most often enjoyed raw, the broccoli, if lightly cooked, will retain its flavor and unique texture.
De Cicco Broccoli (72)

Favorite multi-cut Italian variety. A traditional variety producing small, 3-4", main heads projected well above the foliage followed by a large yield of side-shoot spears. Nonuniform in maturity, resulting in a long harvest period. Harvest main head when 3" in diameter or less to encourage heavier side-shoot production. For spring or fall production. 58 days.

Herbs and Lettuce

Bavicci Basil (72) This amazing basil not only serves well in the kitchen, but would also make a great garden border or bouquet addition. It has a nice, fruity aroma. 68 days.
Suberbo Basil (72) When you picture Genovese-type basil, this is it. Superbo is very uniform, has excellent color, and the leaves are thick and downturned. 68 days.
Thai Basil (72) Green, 2" long leaves have a spicy anise-clove flavor. Ht. 12-18".
Red Rubin Basil (72) Good for garnishes or as an ornamental garden plant. Small percentage of plants are green. 3" long leaves. Ht. 16-20".
Florence Fennel (36) Celery-like stalks need a steady supply of water and have mild licorice flavor. Feathery dill-like leaves. Plants grow to 3' tall.
Sweet Mace (36) Spanish Tarragon, Mexican Mint Marigold. Beautiful glossy leaves with small anise-scented orange flowers. Substitute for tarragon. Plants grow 12-24" tall.
Mixed Lettuce (216) 4 heirloom varieties from Seed Savers, red velvet, crisp mint, bronze arrowhead, Amish deer tongue.


Love lies bleeding (20) Long red ropelike seed-bearing trusses give plants an ornamental and graceful appearance. Great for long-lasting displays. Tender annual, 3-4' tall.
Sweet Mace (36) Spanish Tarragon, Mexican Mint Marigold. Beautiful glossy leaves with small anise-scented orange flowers. Substitute for tarragon. Plants grow 12-24" tall.
Bunny tails (144) Great ornamental grass for children and adults alike. It is hard to resist touching the fluffy flower head, as soft as a bunny’s tail! Easy to grow, very drought tolerant once established. Dwarf habit. Annual, 6-12" tall.
Evening Sun Sunflower Large flowers in shades of orange, red, and burgundy. Very dark center. Multiple heads and an extended bloom period make this a great variety for cutting. Plants grow 6-8' tall. Annual, 75 days.
Velvet Queen Sunflower (36) Striking sunflower has velvety, dark mahogany-red petals with an almost black center. Well branched, free-flowering plants with strong stems make this an ideal sunflower for borders or cut flowers. Plants grow 5–7' tall. 75 days
Teddy bear Sunflower (36) Beautiful double 4-6" golden-yellow blooms are great for cut flowers. Makes an excellent border in front of larger sunflowers. A favorite with children. Dwarf plants grow only 18-24" tall. Annual, 75 days.
White Cypress Vine (5) Feathery fern-like foliage reaching a height of 15-20'. Hundreds of blooms throughout the season, a favorite with hummingbirds. For sunny spots, fences, or pots. Half-hardy annual.
Envy Zinnia (72) Exciting chartreuse-green blooms. They are very unique and the beautiful flowers are 3 inches across.
Torch Sunflower (72) Interesting spikes of green bell-shaped calyces surrounding the insignificant white flowers, quite fragrant. Very nice for cutting; color and shape are preserved nicely when dried. Half-hardy annual, 18-36" tall.
Irish Eyes Sunflower (36) Dwarf plants loaded with multiple blooms that have pointed golden petals and green centers. One of the best for container gardening and cutting. Plants grow 4' tall. Annual, 60 days.
Mixed Sunflowers (36) Surprise! We mixed up our left-over seeds, a selection of Seed Savers classics.
Lambs Ears (72) Beautiful silvery-grey felt-like foliage with spikes of tiny purplish flowers. A favorite in Heritage Farm’s perennial border. Absorbent leaves were used by settlers to bandage wounds. Cut off stalks when blossoms fade for a second bloom in late summer. Grows 18-24" tall. Perennial in zones 4-9.
Jewels of Opar (72) Eyecatching mats of succulent chartreuse foliage. Attractive sprays of pink flowers followed by ruby-orange seedpods. Great filler for any border or container. Tolerates dry conditions. Self-sows readily. Tender perennial grown as an annual in the North, 24" tall.
Black Eyed Susan Vine (36) Native to tropical Africa. Formula mix of colors includes pure white, golden-orange, golden-orange with black centers, pure yellow, and yellow with contrasting black eyes. Great for hanging baskets, containers, or garden trellises.