Home > Unique items
Sort By:
Page of 1
Heirloom Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry Common Milkweed Early White Vienna Kohlrabi
Aunt Molly's
Your Price $5.00
Common Milkweed
Your Price $5.00

Excellent citrus flavor, can be used for making jams or preserves, pies, and more.

(Asclepias syriaca) A native to North America, Common Milkweed is a perennial, blooms from May to August. Blooms vary from rose to purple. An excellent source for monarch larva. Grows 2-5' tall.

Did you know that late in World War II, the common milkweed was often the only thing that kept a downed aviator or soaking-wet sailor from slipping beneath the waves? The plant’s floss was used as the all-important filler for flotation devices.

The northwest part of the Lower Peninsula (Michigan), particularly the area around Petoskey, became the country’s picking and processing center for milkweed floss. By the time the war ended, an army of citizens—including schoolchildren—led by a visionary doctor had helped keep America’s servicemen safe from harm.

Sweet turnip-like flavor.

Fall Garden Kit Flax Heirloom Vegetables - Garden Huckleberry
Fall Garden Kit
Your Price $65.00
Your Price $65.00
Your Price $49.95
Savings: $15.05
Flax
Your Price $5.00
Garden Huckleberry
Your Price $5.00
Includes 13 different varieties of heirloom seeds perfect for the Fall season

A multi-use plant with dark blue flowers.

An unusual crop for gardeners to try, loaded with small, jet black shiny, berries.

Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Luffa Sponge Gourd Heirloom Vegetables - Mango Melon Heirloom Vegetables - Mexican Sour Gherkin
Luffa Sponge Gourd
Your Price $5.00
Mango Melon
Your Price $5.00
Mexican Sour Gherkin
Your Price $5.00
A great way to have sustainable sponges!

Popular in Victorian times for making sweet pickles and pies.

Delightful flavor, sweet and almost salty, great when chopped and added to salads.

Parsnip Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Queen Anne's Pocket Melon Rose Milkweed
Parsnip
Your Price $5.00
Rose Milkweed
Your Price $5.00

Sweet, nutty flavor and a great substitute for potatoes.

2 inch melons with an enchanting aroma.

(Ascelpias incarnata) (AKA Swamp Milkweed) A native to North America, it is a favored food source for Monarch larva. Rose Milkweed has small clusters of vibrant pink to purple flowers. Prefers damp soils and is very deer-resistant. Can reach heights of 3-6' tall.

Did you know that late in World War II, the common milkweed was often the only thing that kept a downed aviator or soaking-wet sailor from slipping beneath the waves? The plant’s floss was used as the all-important filler for flotation devices.

The northwest part of the Lower Peninsula (Michigan), particularly the area around Petoskey, became the country’s picking and processing center for milkweed floss. By the time the war ended, an army of citizens—including schoolchildren—led by a visionary doctor had helped keep America’s servicemen safe from harm.

Salsify Heirloom Vegetables - Spinning Gourd Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Variegated Cat Grass
Salsify
Your Price $5.00
Spinning Gourd
Your Price $5.00
Variegated Cat Grass
Your Price $5.00
Your Price $5.00
Your Price $2.50
Savings: $2.50

Also known as the oyster plant.

Still a hit with children and adults alike.

A great ornamental variety that is quick to germinate.

Victoria Rhubarb Virginia Peanut
Victoria Rhubarb
Your Price $5.00
Virginia Peanut
Your Price $9.95

Great for pies and jams!

Great for salting, roasting and confections