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Plant and grow with ease using these Organic Seeds! These beautiful seed packets are more than just pretty packaging - they contain high-quality seeds that will produce hearty and healthy plants. Keep gardening fun and sustainable with our organic seeds. Get your green thumb on with confidence!

Amphora Poppy- Like something out of a dream! Lightly pleated white petals with pink edges that look painted-on.  This oh so romantic poppy adds the soft colors of Spring to the garden with cheery yellow anthers and glaucus green foliage. Breadseed poppies are easy peasy to grow and will reseed readily. Just leave some seed heads to dry and then shake them around wherever you wish to see them the following Spring. The seeds need light to germinate so be sure not to cover. Developed by Frank Morton and an Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI) pledged variety. Direct sow in full sun to light shade from late Summer through early Spring.

Borage- Easily our favorite edible flower! Beautiful and versatile and so easy to grow. This enthusiastic plant overflows with blue starflowers that bees positively adore. The flowers taste like honeysuckle and cucumber and look great frozen in ice cubes. Mix them with lemon juice and they magically turn pink! In medieval times knights would drink wine flavored with borage before going on their missions because the plant was thought to cheer the heart and bring courage. In modern-day Spain borage's leaves are sautéed and eaten alongside boiled potatoes. Direct sow in direct sun year-round. The seeds will germinate when soil warms.

Ladybird Rose Nasturtium-A petite nasturtium with flowers in mouth-watering shades of peach and dusty lavender.  What’s not to love about nasturtiums? Their lily-pad shaped leaves look fresh Spring through Fall and they’re constantly adorned with the cheeriest blooms. The beautiful blossoms are edible and their greens are a great addition to salads or pestos. Even their sweet and spicy seeds can be eaten fresh or pickled for a caper-like treat. Not a space hog, Ladybird Rose stays tidy, perfect as a kitchen garden border or tucked into pots. Start indoors or direct sow in full sun to light shade Spring through Fall.

Resina Calendula- Bright gold daisy-like flowers will add cheer to your garden longer than anything else. Wanna feel like a rockstar gardener? Plant calendula seeds. Toss them in the dirt. This dirt, that dirt. In the sun please. Young children and bees will love you. Even if you never get to harvesting the pretty golden petals to dress up your salads or cupcakes or take advantage of what a medicinal powerhouse this plant is, you will feel happier and cloudy days will seem sunnier. It takes zero effort to harvest their gladness. Direct sow in full sun through Spring and Fall.

Rubenza Cosmos- SWOON! So romantic and old-fashioned. A must-have for the flower cutting garden. We’re cuckoo for all cosmos but this one really has our hearts. It’s truly a stand-out variety with picture-perfect blooms in shades ranging from ruby to vivid hot pink to dusty damask rose. They get going when Summer is in her full glory and then keep on pushing out flowers well into Fall. With her vivid yellow centers Rubenza looks stunning with yellow sunflowers but also pairs well with the lighter-colored blooms of Summer. Direct sow in full sun in late Spring and early Summer when soil warms.

Spring Blush Snap Peas- Who’s the fairest of them all? There isn’t a prettier pea around! This is a variety like something out of a fairytale with beautiful bi-color pink flowers, masses of twisty hyper tendrils, and perfect light green pods, some lightly blushed with raspberry pink. Imagine how enchanting they would look surrounded by a sea of purple Spring chive flowers. Be sure to dress up your salads with some of the flowers and tendrils--a winning variety in every respect! Bred by Dr. Alan Kapuler. They grow quite tall so provide them with something to climb. Direct sow in Spring and early Fall.

Chioggia Guardsmark Beets- This old Italian heirloom is THE beet to grow if you can only grow one. It’s hard to believe that something so bright and festive emerges out of the dirt. Their striking beauty is best appreciated when sliced raw or in matchsticks, but they are also wonderful for roasting where their color and flavor will mellow. And don’t forget to eat the greens too, steamed with lots of butter. Yumm.

French Breakfast Radish- Mild, sweet, and crunchy, and arguably the most beautiful radish around, this old heirloom has it all. They make a fun snack dipped in a bowl of salt as the French do or sliced in salads and sandwiches for a little zip and color. The greens also make a verdant green pesto and are lovely in soups. A must-have for the Spring garden and so fun for kids to grow. Direct sow in full sun in the cool of Spring and early Fall.

Goldy Double Sunflower- Tall and majestic, this is a favorite version of the aptly named Flower of the Sun. Goldy Double has fully double blooms which are like a fluffy, sunny, teddy bear, bringing out the joyful child in everyone. A breeze to grow and reach over 6’ at times, their height makes them great for building sunflower house forts and for supporting climbing beans and flowers. Plant a few morning glory seeds at their base and watch them climb. They’re also gorgeous cut flowers, of course. Direct Sow in full sun in Spring through mid-summer.

Mouse Melons- Mouse melons, also known as Cucamelons or Mexican Sour Gherkins, are Native to Mexico and Central America. Crunchy and tart, they’re perfect for snacking right off the vine. They also make great pickles and cocktail garnishes. Be patient as they can be a bit slow to start, but once they get going they’re very enthusiastic and will often regrow from underground tubers. This vigorous vining plant grows well on a bamboo trellis. Start indoors or direct sow in full sun when warm.

Scarlett Runner Beans- A summer garden necessity. THE plant for growing summer forts and teepees! Gorgeous edible flowers with delicious fresh young beans that are equally tasty dried. Native to Central America, but beloved by the English and referred to in our neck of the woods as the "Oregon Lima Bean", this vigorous, vining plant can climb more than 10 feet in a season and will turn your yard into a festive jungle of crimson flowers and bean pods. The shining, scarlet-dotted dried beans are sweet and buttery. The flowers drive hummingbirds wild. A winning plant! Direct sow in full sun when warm.