This is our one-stop-shop spot for finding the seeds you're looking for. Whether you're looking for flowers or vegetables, we have a large selection of both! And we are here to help you find just the right strain! We carry a plethora of varieties within each type of flower or vegetable.
This root vegetable may take up to 73 day to mature. When fully grown, the flesh has a uniform interior color and is tender and very sweet. It stores well. Approx. 19,000 seeds/oz.
Utah 52-70 takes up to 100
days until it matures and is ready for harvest. Recommended by USU. Good heart
development and strong roots. Widely adapted. Approx. 70,000 seeds/oz.
30-45 days. Avon is a fast growing very bolt tolerant savoy spinach variety. A preferred growing slot is early spring or late summer. it has dark green, elongated oval leaves. It has an upright plant habit and is well suited for baby leaf, fresh market, home gardeners and processing markets.
Whole oats have the hull on and are a great choice for sprouting, animal feed and oat grass, but not for food uses unless the hull is removed. Great germination rate. available in small quantity to bulk in resealable packaging. Certified Organic.
2 to 6 days. Arguably the most striking of the sprouting raddishes. This reddish-stemmed radish with stunning purple cotyledons adds visual appeal and a radish snap to salads and sandwiches.
Once planted, it may take 65
days until Snowball Cauliflower is ready to harvest . Recommended by USU and is
well adapted for short season areas. Approx. 7,000 seeds/oz.
This melon may take up to 85 days til it reaches full maturity. Yielding large, oval,
ribbed fruits weighing up to 5 to 6 pounds, this cantaloupe is a traditional
favorite. With heavy netting and fine textured, bright orange flesh, it holds a
sweet flavor. Drought tolerant. Approx. 1,000 seeds/oz.
Also known as Dinosaur kale, this Italian heirloom may take up to 60 days. It is a rather primitive open kale with blue-green strap leaves that
are 3 inches wide by 10 to 18 inches long. Approx. 8,500 seeds/oz.
2 to 6 days. Another striking sprouting radish that boast the same wonderful dark cotyledons and Sango. The rosy stems and bright flavor add both a tasty flair and a great look to cold foods.
Up to 80 days. Large, glossy, dark purple-bronze leaves make this herb very ornamental as well as flavorful. Attractive as border for yellow or gold flowers.
52 days. Originating in 1877, Boston Pickling is the most popular cucumber to be pickled as the name implies. Smooth surfaced, bright-green, 3-inch fruits have black spines and blunt ends. Very high yields. Bears continually if kept picked.
Up to 76 days. Small, compact plants
produce round, reddish-purple heads ranging from 5 to 7 inches in diameter,
weighing about 3 pounds. 'Red Acre' adds a festive color to cole slaw. An
excellent storage variety with resistance to Yellows (Fusarium wilt).
Approx. 7,000 seeds/oz.
Rye is is a member of the wheat tribe and is closely related to barley. Great for long term food storage and grinding into rye flour for whole rye bread. Available in small quantities to bulk in resealable packaging. High germination. Certified Organic.
This vegetable usually takes
about 95 days until it is ready to harvest. Recommended by Utah State University,
Scarlet Nantes carrots are sweet, plump, and coreless. Approx. 19,000
This carrot variety may take
70 days until harvest. Tendersweet is a coreless type of carrot that is good
for canning, juicing or eating raw. Similar to Imperator, but freezes
better. Approx. 19,000 seeds/oz.
55 days. Smooth round roots, 4 to 6 inches across are purple on top and white below. Flesh is white, mild, and crisp. Stores well. Approx. 12,000 seeds/oz.
Dun peas can be sprouted, grow into microgreens, used in soups, hydrated and cooked, and planted in a garden. Dun pea sprouts are crunchy with a sweet flavor. Available in various quantities in resealable packaging.