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Most food crops are now selected for their ability to withstand mechanical picking, cross-country shipping, and tolerance to pesticides. Open-pollinated and heirloom gardening is a reaction against this. Taste is the number one reason we choose heirloom seeds but they have also been shown to be more nutritious and better adapted to local soil and conditions #heirloom #open-pollinated #saveyourseed #seedsovereignty #seedequalsfood #growyourown.

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We are excited to unveil our newest t-shirt design!! Can you name all of these beautiful vegetables?   We have three different shirt options available. From left to right we have the women’s 60% cotton 40% polyester blend in blue, the 65% polyester 35% cotton women’s tank top in light purple, and the 100% Organic Cotton unisex tee in grey. Something for everybody! New T Shirt Design, Shirt Designs, Sweet Potato Slips, Light Colors, Light Purple, Seed Packets, Grow Your Own, Flower Seeds, Colorful Shirts

New Vegetable T-shirt Design

We are excited to unveil our newest t-shirt design!! Can you name all of these beautiful vegetables? We have three different shirt options available. From left to right we have the women’s 60% cotton 40% polyester blend in blue, the 65% polyester 35% cotton women’s tank top in light purple, and the 100% Organic Cotton unisex tee in grey. Something for everybody!

We are excited to unveil our newest t-shirt design!! Can you name all of these beautiful vegetables?   We have three different shirt options available. From left to right we have the women’s 60% cotton 40% polyester blend in blue, the 65% polyester 35% cotton women’s tank top in light purple, and the 100% Organic Cotton unisex tee in grey. Something for everybody! New T Shirt Design, Shirt Designs, Sweet Potato Slips, Light Colors, Light Purple, Seed Packets, Grow Your Own, Flower Seeds, Colorful Shirts

New Vegetable T-shirt Design

We are excited to unveil our newest t-shirt design!! Can you name all of these beautiful vegetables? We have three different shirt options available. From left to right we have the women’s 60% cotton 40% polyester blend in blue, the 65% polyester 35% cotton women’s tank top in light purple, and the 100% Organic Cotton unisex tee in grey. Something for everybody!

Pak Choi is a cool weather garden All-Star! Quick to grow, cold hardy, and delicious, this popular green is perfect for growing at home. The greens are delicious stir-fried, roasted, and even fermented!   Packet art by Jessie Rae Perkins. Organic Gardening, Vegetable Gardening, Growing Greens, Grow Your Own, Green Leaves, Jessie, Seeds, Weather, Asian

Pak Choi - A Quick Growing Green

Pak Choi is a cool weather garden All-Star! Quick to grow, cold hardy, and delicious, this popular green is perfect for growing at home. The greens are delicious stir-fried, roasted, and even fermented! Packet art by Jessie Rae Perkins.

We love the delicate leaf shape and gentle spice of Mizuna greens in our salads, soups, and stir-fries. Also known as Japanese mustard greens, this member of the Mustard family has some frost tolerance making it a great choice for a fall garden. Early Spring, Late Summer, Mustard Greens, Autumn Garden, Leaf Shapes, Grow Your Own, Vegetable Gardening, Bright Green, Frost
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Mizuna Asian Fall Green

We love the delicate leaf shape and gentle spice of Mizuna greens in our salads, soups, and stir-fries. Also known as Japanese mustard greens, this member of the Mustard family has some frost tolerance making it a great choice for a fall garden.

Outstanding diy garden detail are offered on our site. Check it out and you wont be sorry you did. Romanesco Broccoli, Getting Rid Of Slugs, Fall Crops, Easy Vegetables To Grow, Autumn Garden, Gardening For Beginners, Indoor Plants, Cauliflower
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Romanesco Broccoli Heirloom Seeds

It may seem like summer has just gotten started, but it’s already time to start planning your fall garden! We have a great article on best practices for growing brassicas, such as this Romanesco Broccoli, which are one of the earliest seeded fall crops. Tips include starting plants indoors to avoid summer heat, and using row cover to exclude pests.

Behold the amazing Egyptian Walking Onion! This onion forms bulblets which cause the plant to bend over and seemingly walk around your garden. A great perennial vegetable to include in your permaculture or home garden. Perennial Vegetables, Organic Gardening, Vegetable Gardening, Allium, Winter Garden, Permaculture, Perennials, Egyptian, Onion

Egyptian Walking Onions

Are you familiar with the magical Egyptian Walking Onion? This perennial onion forms bulblets at the top of its stalk causing it to bend over and walk around your garden! This adventurous allium is great for edible landscaping and you can eat every part of the plant! Between the bulbs, shoots, flowers, and bulblets you can get your onion-y fix year round.

Outstanding diy garden detail are offered on our site. Check it out and you wont be sorry you did. Romanesco Broccoli, Getting Rid Of Slugs, Fall Crops, Easy Vegetables To Grow, Autumn Garden, Gardening For Beginners, Indoor Plants, Cauliflower
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Fall Brassica Growing Guide

It may seem like summer has just gotten started, but it’s already time to start planning your fall garden! We have a great article on best practices for growing brassicas, such as this Romanesco Broccoli, which are one of the earliest seeded fall crops. Tips include starting plants indoors to avoid summer heat, and using row cover to exclude pests.

Sow True Seed Ambassador Nan Chase shares a cool parsley subsitute that she stumbled upon in her garden. Although she talks about using an autumn-sown patch, you can totally plant seeds right now to get an early summer harvest. Red Streaks, Mustard Greens, Grow Your Own, Planting Seeds, Vegetable Gardening, Parsley, Perennials, Harvest, Herbs
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A Surprising Parsley Substitute from your Garden

Sow True Seed Ambassador Nan Chase shares a cool parsley subsitute that she stumbled upon in her garden. Although she talks about using an autumn-sown patch, you can totally plant seeds right now to get an early summer harvest.

Have you eaten Mizuna before? It’s known for its mild spicy flavor that falls somewhere between frisee and arugula. It’s a member of the Mustard family and is actually the same species as the common turnip, bak choi, and Napa cabbage! If you’ve ever had canola oil, you may be interested to know that it comes from the seeds of a different cultivar of this very same plant. Early Spring, Late Summer, Spice Things Up, Things To Come, Napa Cabbage, Canola Oil, Arugula, Vegetable Gardening, Bright Green
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Spice up your life with Mizuna greens!

Have you eaten Mizuna before? It’s known for its mild spicy flavor that falls somewhere between frisee and arugula. It’s a member of the Mustard family and is actually the same species as the common turnip, bak choi, and Napa cabbage! If you’ve ever had canola oil, you may be interested to know that it comes from the seeds of a different cultivar of this very same plant.

Ever wanted to grow a hot pink vegetable in your garden? Make this dream a reality with the Scarlet Ohno Revival Turnip. Selected by Frank Morton, this slightly flattened turnip has smooth leaves and a hot pink root with some pink creeping up the stalks. Sweet Potato Slips, Pink Foods, Grow Your Own, Flower Seeds, Vegetable Gardening, Girls Be Like, Scarlet, Farms, Hot Pink
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Grow your own Scarlet Ohno Revival Turnip

Ever wanted to grow a hot pink vegetable in your garden? Make this dream a reality with the Scarlet Ohno Revival Turnip. Selected by Frank Morton, this slightly flattened turnip has smooth leaves and a hot pink root with some pink creeping up the stalks.

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Grow your own Rainbow Chard

Eat the rainbow!

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Upland Creasy Greens - a delightful salad green

Packet art by Brian Konutko

Both the greens and roots make excellent vegetables. Packet art by Alexa Eliana. Organic Matter, Seed Packets, Root Vegetables, Seed Pods, Grow Your Own, Vegetable Gardening, Roots, Globe, Seeds

Grow your own heirloom Purple-Top White Globe Turnip

Both the greens and roots make excellent vegetables. Packet art by Alexa Eliana.

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Direct sow your Spinach seeds now!

Packet art by Carolyn A. Pappas.

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Grow your own Crystal White Wax Onion

This is a great pickling or pearl onion.

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Golden California Sweet Pepper

Packet art by Alexa Eliana