Fresh Heirloom Seeds

Grow America's Favorite Vegetable

For generations before us, potatoes represented freedom in a way that growing corn or wheat did not. It truly took a village to bring in a crop of corn or wheat, since those crops are labor intensive and required tools and technologies that were beyond the economic reach of one household. A single sack of seed potatoes meant one thing: self-reliance. A man could feed his family and not worry about starving. The ability to be a completely self-reliant food producer was a hedge against oppression and tyranny.



Heirloom Calabrese Broccoli Heirloom Vegetables - Early Summer Crookneck Squash Heirloom Vegetables - Cantare Bean
Calabrese
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Early Summer Crookneck
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Cantare
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Heirloom Scarlet Nantes Carrot Heirloom Vegetables - Nikki Bean Heirloom Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion
Scarlet Nantes
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Nikki
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Yellow Sweet Spanish
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Heirloom Vegetables - Double Yield Cucumber Heirloom Herbs - Cilantro Heirloom Amish Paste Tomato
Double Yield
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Cilantro
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Amish Paste
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Heirloom Black Beauty Zucchini Heirloom Herb - Boneset Heirloom Sweet Genovese Basil
Black Beauty Zucchini
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Boneset
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Basil (Sweet Genovese)
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Heirloom Vegetables - Danvers Carrot Heirloom Little Fingers Carrot Heirloom Sugar Baby Watermelon
Danvers
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Little Fingers
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Sugar Baby
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Heirloom Herbs - Calendula Heirloom Vegetable Seeds -  Sweet Aperitif Tomato Heirloom Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry
Calendula
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Sweet Aperitif
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Aunt Molly's
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