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Seed Packet Closeout!

We have marked down our remaining seed packets to near cost just to move them off our shelves. Limited quantities per variety and all are first come first serve so get your seeds today!



Honey Select Hybrid Sweet Corn Seeds Detroit Dark Red Beet Seeds
Detroit Dark Red Beet Seeds
Price per Packet $0.75
  • Days to Maturity: 79
  • This 2001 All-America Selections winner has 25% super sweet kernels for extra sugar and 75% sugary enhancer kernels for sweet and creamy tenderness. AAS winner are significantly better than other similar varieties, and Honey Select is no exception. Along with great flavor, Honey Select has excellent vigor.
    Plant in full sun after last frost when soil is warm. For pollination, sow seed in blocks of at least 4 rows side by side. Plant at least 4 rows weekly until mid-summer for a long harvest. Cultivate weekly or mulch to control weeds. Keep soil moist. Side dress with high-nitrogen fertilizer when plants are one foot tall. Pick ears when soils turn brown and ears are firm.
  • Days to Maturity: 58
  • Like many open-pollinated varieties, Detroit Dark Red was an heirloom once, back in 1892. Since then Henry Ford built factories on gardens around Detroit, and Detroit Dark Red was picked up by the seed trade to become the standard garden beet. The 2.5" to 3" diameter globe-shaped roots are solid and show little zoning. DDR stores well and resists Downey Mildew.
    Plant in a sunny location as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Repeat at 3 week intervals until late summer. Beets prefer cool weather and moist soil. They are most tender and sweet at 2" diameter or less.
Lupine Russell Mix Perennial Seeds Clemson Spineless Okra Seeds
Clemson Spineless Okra Seeds
Price per Packet $0.75
  • Type: Perennial
  • Height: 24-48"
  • Lupins' handsome plants bear tall graceful spikes of flowers in a wide range of colors. Outstanding mixed beds, when massed by themselves or for backgrounds. Excellent for cutting.
    Select a sunny or lightly shaded location with well-drained soil. Plant after all danger of frost is past, or during the summer for blooms the following year. Cultivate soil, firm over seed, keep moist. Nick or file seed coat lightly, or soak seeds in water overnight before sowing. Remove old flowers. Mulch to preserve moisture, cool roots, and to protect from severe winters.
  • Days to Maturity: 55
  • When it comes to okra, Clemson Spineless is the old garden standard.  It doesn't yield as much as the fancy hybrids and doesn't cost too much to put in seed packets either.  Besides, if it yielded a whole peck of a lot more, would you really want that much?  Okra is fun to grow.  The huge bushes grow 5' tall.  The flowers are gorgeous.  The angular, ridged pods grow to 6".  Jambalaya here we come!
    Select a sunny location and sow seeds when the ground is warm, after the average date of the last frost.  Pick pods when they are tender and you - 1" to 3" long.  If you find overripe pods, remove them so the plants will remain vigorous and produce more pods.
Cylindra Beet Seeds Sweet William Tall Mix Perennial Seeds
Cylindra Beet Seeds
Price per Packet $0.75
  • Days to Maturity: 62
  • Perhaps the most efficient beet to grow. Cylindra grows long rather than round to produce more beet per square foot. Because of its long, cylindrical shape, Cylindra provides more uniform slices than round beets, which makes it ideal for canning.
    Plant in full sun, in well-drained soil as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Loosen soil deeply and sow every 3 weeks to harvest in succession when beets are 2" across.
  • Type: Biennial
  • Height: 12-14"
  • Excellent in borders, mass plantings, and containers, Sweet William is easy to grow, producing 3-5" flower heads during late spring and early summer.
    Biennials bloom the second year, produce seed and die. Plant in full sun, in well-drained soil after all danger of frost is past. Where winters are mild, start in late summer for flowers the following year. Where winters are severe, protect plants with light mulch. Plants reseed easily if allowed.



Limited Time Offer!

4.33" Jiffy Pots

Price per Case $189.36
Deal of the Day Price: $169.99 Limited Quantity Available!
Savings: $19.37
4.33" Jiffy Pots

  • Bulk Case of 4.33" Jiffy Pots - Quantity: 960 pots



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