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Rose Campion | The Good Seed Company
Rose Campion
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Brilliant magenta flowers against soft, felted silver-grey foliage. A show stopper perennial native to northern Europe that blooms June-August starting in year 2. They look spectacular in solid plantings. Grows to 3' tall. Naturalizes readily. Valued homeopathic medicinal. Wonderful plant for the permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden.
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Parsnip - Lancer | The Good Seed Company
Parsnip - Lancer
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An open-pollinated improvement of the timeless favorite “Harris Model”. This parsnip has a long, slender and smooth tapered root. It is tolerant of canker and very sweet. Wonderfully nutritious.
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Watermelon -Crimson Sweet | The Good Seed Company
Watermelon - Crimson Sweet
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The traditional sweet red watermelon; does surprisingly well in our cool northern climate. Produces fruit with dark green skin rind encasing crisp, scarlet, sweet, juicy flesh. You an hurry it along with a row cover, or covering the growing ground area with black plastic to capture heat.
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Hot Pepper - Cayenne | The Good Seed Company
Pepper, Hot - Cayenne
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This classic heirloom hot chili pepper has been in circulation for over 7,000 years. An abundant producer of pretty bright red 5” slender pods, with plenty of heat and a zesty pungent flavor. Hang them in your kitchen for easy access. Also used as a traditional healing herb by many herbalists.

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Sweet Pepper - Paprika | The Good Seed Company Hungarian Boldog
Pepper, Sweet - Paprika Hungarian Boldog
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True Hungarian paprika, with a spicy sweet robust flavor and touch of heat. Makes a beautiful red spice when ground, great for cooking or in a shaker on the table. Loaded with carotenoid antioxidants and vitamin A for enhancing healthy cell development and eyesight. Chopped fresh paprika also makes a pretty yellow fabric dye.

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Sweet Pepper - Lipstick | The Good Seed Company
Pepper, Sweet - Lipstick
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A classic cone-shaped sweet pepper, and one of our favorites. Thick-fleshed, sweet and juicy, you’ll love them raw or cooked. A compact heavy-producing plant that does well in our cool climate. We freeze a lot and use in dishes all winter. more info
Tomato - Whippersnapper | The Good Seed Company
Tomato - Whippersnapper
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Fabulous cheery red cherry tomatoes with lots of flavor on little plants. Abundant producers over a long season, these plants do well in containers and hanging baskets. Indeterminate (produces throughout the season).
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Tomato - Stupice | The Good Seed Company
Tomato - Stupice
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This Czechoslovakian heirloom is a vigorous producer of incredibly early beautiful red round luscious fruit. Wins prizes everywhere. Indeterminate (produces throughout the season).

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Tomato - Moskovitch | The Good Seed Company
Tomato - Moskovitch
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This Russian heirloom is early producer that does well in cool, northern climates. Medium-sized on a compact plant, with deep red skin and rich, succulent flavor. Excellent right off the vine, or processed for canning. Semi-determinate (produces a main crop and smaller amounts until frost; benefits from staking).
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Herb - Horehound | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Horehound
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This herbaceous medicinal perennial is a member of the mint family. Particularly valued for treating cough and cold-related symptoms and for improving digestion. Excellent companion plant and pollinator friendly. Tolerates shade and poor soil well. A favorite for the permaculture, polyculture and homestead garden.

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Herb - Gumweed | The Good Seed Company
Herb - Gumweed
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Aka “curlytop” or “Curlycup” gumweed. An aromatic, drought-tolerant medicinal native to the western US. Valued late season native bee pollinator, flowering through September. Grows to about 3 ft, with yellow, daisy-like flowers. Flower bud resin prized in teas and tinctures for treating asthma and as topical remedy for poison oak and poison ivy.

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Tomato - Black Krim
Tomato - Black Krim
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One of the oldest heirloom black tomato varieties, native to the southern Ukraine and bred for its ability to absorb maximum heat and light in short, unpredictable summers. A rare beefsteak blessed with thick crisp skin, rich meaty texture and a deep, luscious earthy flavor. May induce an heirloom tomato obsession. Indeterminate (produces all season).

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Tomatillo - De Milpa | The Good Seed Company
Tomatillo - De Milpa
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This easy to grow Mexican heirloom, also known as a “ground cherry”, "Mexican Husk Tomato", or "Mexican Tomato", is a main ingredient in salsa verde. De Milpa is a heavy producer of 1-inch flavorful fruit with greenish-purple skin and a paper coat giving the impression of little paper lanterns on the bush. Plant often volunteers in subsequent years. Valued folk medicinal for treating myriad complaints.

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Herb - Anise Hyssop | The Good Seed Company
Anise Hyssop
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Aka as Licorice Mint, this North American native hardy perennial produces copious amounts of nectar, attracting hosts of pollinators. Long-lasting spires of fragrant purple flowers bloom from July-September. Grows 3-4 ft, making a strong vertical garden accent. Valued culinary and medicinal plant. Mint family member. Homestead, permaculture and polyculture garden favorite.

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Herb - Culver's Root | The Good Seed Company
Culver's Root
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Native to North America, this hardy perennial medicinal is an elegant garden addition. Grows 3-6 ft with striking spikes of showy white blossoms midsummer. Aged root is treasured liver tonic. Aka Black Root by Native American herbalists. Pollinator friendly and homestead, permaculture and polyculture garden favorite.

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Lettuce - Heirloom Baby Lettuce Blend | The Good Seed Company
Lettuce - Heirloom Baby Lettuce Blend
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A blend of our favorite heirloom lettuces. These varieties do well in cool weather, mature within ten days of each other and provide a delightful mix of greens and reds, leaf shapes and flavors, all of which make for beautiful and tasty salads. "Cut and come again" greens, so you can harvest them continually. There’s a reason why these seeds have been treasured through generations! more info
Greens - Cress - Wrinkled Crinkled Crumpled Cress | The Good Seed Company
Greens - Cress - Wrinkled Crinkled Crumpled
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Ridiculously easy, fast-growing, bolt-resistant salad green for the garden or a flat on your window sill. Grow it all year-round. Pretty leaves on easy to harvest erect stems, with delightful delicate flavor. Released through Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI). Bred by Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seeds.

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Herb - Sweet Annie | The Good Seed Company
Sweet Annie
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Aka known as Qing-hao in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Highly valued anti-malarial, anti-parasitic medicinal annual herb native to China. Tall, ferny green stalks with sweetly fragrant foliage, Highly fragrant garden plant; grow it where you’ll touch it frequently.

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Greens - Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum | The Good Seed Company
Green - Shungiku, Edible Chrysanthemum
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Also called Edible Chrysanthemum, Garland Chrysanthemum. Chinese heirloom, known for its edible crunchy, textured young green leaves, delicious raw or cooked. Nutritious, fast growing early green; wonderful leafy green alternative in early spring when lettuces are just getting going. Bright yellow and white daisy-like edible flowers.


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Herb - Black Cohosh | The Good Seed Company
Black Cohosh
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Hardy perennial with striking foliage and tall white flower stalks. Root (rhizome) is a valued traditional medicinal. A forest native, it is a shade-loving plant. Once established, it is a robust, long-lived plant. more info
Tomato - Siberian Galina Yellow Cherry | The Good Seed Company
Tomato - Siberian Galina Yellow Cherry
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One of our favorites. Early and prolific Siberian cultivar. Juicy, richly-flavored fruit. Frost-hardy plant that survives autumn frosts with light overnight cover. Indeterminate.

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Tomato - Siberian Black Pear | The Good Seed Company
Tomato - Siberian Black Pear
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Prolific, early producing heirloom. Delicious small pear-shaped tomatoes. Skin runs purple-black to mahogany brown with a dense pulp and a balanced, delicate flavor great for salting, marinades, pastes and salads. Indeterminate.

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