Watermelon (Sugar Baby)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Sow 5 to 6 seeds 1 cm [1/2"] deep in hills 2 m [6'] apart. Thin to the best two or three plants. Watermelon needs hot weather and adequate moisture to develop. Consider using mulch around hills. Sugar Baby - 75 days. Fruit almost round 15-20 cm [6-8"] Fruit averages 2.5-3.5 kg. Colour grayish-green with fine veining and the flesh is pink and sweet. Should be started indoors in peat pots until plants are a good size. Do not put out until after danger of frost.
Watermelon (Black Diamond)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
WATERMELON- BLACK DIAMOND Black Diamond watermelon produces #40 lip-licking juicy red melons during the mid season just when you are craving a cool melon the most. Plant: Direct sow seeds 1” deep. Cover with loose fertile soil. Keep soil moist. Reduce water in the last month before harvest. Harvest: Harvest when watermelon is ripe, you can tell if the watermelon makes a “punk” sound when tapped.
Turnip (White Egg)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Turnip greens can be picked when young and tender, and lightly steamed to eat. The root is best picked when 5 to 8 cm [2-3"] in diameter. They are susceptible to cut worms and maggots.Approximately 350 seeds/gram. Hints:
  • Sow 2 seeds / cm [5 seeds / inch] in furrows 1 cm [1/2"] deep and 20 cm [12"] apart.
  • Thin to 5 cm [2"].
White Egg - 50 days. Plants are 45 - 50 cm(18-20") tall, cutleaf, medium green. Egg shaped 7.5 cm (2.5") roots are crisp and white inside and out. Also, tops may be cooked as delicious greens.  
Turnip (Purple Top White Globe)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Turnip greens can be picked when young and tender, and lightly steamed to eat. The root is best picked when 5 to 8 cm [2-3"] in diameter. They are susceptible to cut worms and maggots.Approximately 350 seeds/gram. Hints:
  • Sow 2 seeds / cm [5 seeds / inch] in furrows 1 cm [1/2"] deep and 20 cm [12"] apart.
  • Thin to 5 cm [2"].
Purple Top - Standard home, market garden and shipping variety. Deep globe shape. Grows quickly to 13 cm [5"] in size, but tastes best when picked at 5-8 cm [2-3"] Smooth white skin with bright purplish-red top. Medium green cut leaf tops 35-40 cm [14-16"] tall. This mild flavoured strain remains tender for a long time and is an excellent storage variety.  
Tomato (Roma)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Tomatoes fit into two major categories. Indeterminate or vine type. Tomatoes need to be staked. The growth of indeterminate plants continue after the fruit has set, right up to the onset of cold weather. Determinate or bush type tomatoes provide earlier fruiting, but typically less yeild than vines. The growth of determinate plants stops at the onset of fruiting. Approximately 300 seeds/gram. Hints:
  • Start tomatoes indoors in early April. Seeds require soil temperatures of 20°C to 30°C to germinate.
  • Be sure to transfer to a cooler area before transplanting to harden off and avoid transplant shock.
  • After last frost, set out 45-50 cm [18-20"] apart, in rows 90 cm [36"] apart.
  • For stronger roots and more draught resistance, transplant deeply or on an angle.
  • Water, well and evenly, but do not keep soil continuously wet as roots require oxygen from soil.
  • Fertilize regularly.
  • Seed Centre recommends using large [25 litre+] black plastic pots for northern gardeners. This gives warmer soil temperatures and provides better control of soil conditions.
Roma - 75 days - Bush. Bright red plum-shaped fruits with very meaty interiors and few seeds. Compact plants are resistant to wilts. Heavy yields. Excellent for paste or whole pack.  
Tomato (Red Cherry- Large)
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Tomato (Floradade)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Tomatoes fit into two major categories. Indeterminate or vine type. Tomatoes need to be staked. The growth of indeterminate plants continue after the fruit has set, right up to the onset of cold weather. Determinate or bush type tomatoes provide earlier fruiting, but typically less yeild than vines. The growth of determinate plants stops at the onset of fruiting. Approximately 300 seeds/gram. Hints:
  • Start tomatoes indoors in early April. Seeds require soil temperatures of 20°C to 30°C to germinate.
  • Be sure to transfer to a cooler area before transplanting to harden off and avoid transplant shock.
  • After last frost, set out 45-50 cm [18-20"] apart, in rows 90 cm [36"] apart.
  • For stronger roots and more draught resistance, transplant deeply or on an angle.
  • Water, well and evenly, but do not keep soil continuously wet as roots require oxygen from soil.
  • Fertilize regularly.
  • Seed Centre recommends using large [25 litre+] black plastic pots for northern gardeners. This gives warmer soil temperatures and provides better control of soil conditions.
Floradade - 77 days - Bush. Produces 125 g [5 oz] smooth deeply globed fruits. A good shipper. Requires staking. Tolerance to VF1, VF2, ST and ASC.  
Tomato (Beefsteak)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Tomatoes fit into two major categories. Indeterminate or vine type. Tomatoes need to be staked. The growth of indeterminate plants continue after the fruit has set, right up to the onset of cold weather. Determinate or bush type tomatoes provide earlier fruiting, but typically less yeild than vines. The growth of determinate plants stops at the onset of fruiting. Approximately 300 seeds/gram. Hints:
  • Start tomatoes indoors in early April. Seeds require soil temperatures of 20°C to 30°C to germinate.
  • Be sure to transfer to a cooler area before transplanting to harden off and avoid transplant shock.
  • After last frost, set out 45-50 cm [18-20"] apart, in rows 90 cm [36"] apart.
  • For stronger roots and more draught resistance, transplant deeply or on an angle.
  • Water, well and evenly, but do not keep soil continuously wet as roots require oxygen from soil.
  • Fertilize regularly.
  • Seed Centre recommends using large [25 litre+] black plastic pots for northern gardeners. This gives warmer soil temperatures and provides better control of soil conditions.
Bush Beefsteak - 67 days - Bush. Strong vigorous compact bush and very sturdy. Fruits are round, smooth, bright red with a solid interior and few seeds. Very firm and crack resistant. Excellent yielder is a popular market and home garden variety for canning and slicing. Average fruit size 200 g [8 oz].  
Swiss Chard (Ruby Red)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
SWISS CHARD- RUBY RED Plant produces good yields of dark green shiny leaves with ruby red stalks and veins. It can be steamed, stir-fried, added to lasagna, omelets, soups, and stews. Plant: Sow seeds in full sun and good well-drained soil 1/2” deep. Apply mulch and grass clippings around the base of The plant. Harvest: You can cut outer leaves as you need them and leave inner leaves to develope.
Swiss Chard (Lucullus)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Approximately 50 seeds/gram. Hints:
  • Sow 1 cm [1/2"] deep in rows 45-60 cm [12-24"] apart.
  • Thin to 15 cm [6"] apart.
  • Harvest regularly throughout the growing season to increase production.
Lucullus - 55 days. Productive throughout the entire summer. Large tender leaves are light green and very crumpled. Retains quality in hot weather. Popular for boiled or steamed greens. Excellent for freezing.
Squash- Winter- OP (Vegetable Spaghetti)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
A source of vitamins A and C, Calcium and Iron. 6-8 seeds / gram. Hints:
  • Sow when soil is warm.
  • Sow 4 to 6 seeds 2 cm [1"] deep in hills 1.5 to 2 m [4-6'] apart.
  • Thin the best two or three plants.
Vegetable Spaghetti - 90 days. The 23-25 cm [9-10"] bright yellow fruit contains a spaghetti-like pulp which makes a delicious vegetable, cooked and served from nature's own package. Season with salt, butter, tomato sauce or mayonnaise. May also be used like a summer squash when small, preparing like eggplant. Grows like squash. May be trellised where space is limited.  
Squash Summer- OP (Dark Green Zucchinni)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
A source of vitamins A and C, Calcium and Iron. 6-8 seeds / gram. Hints:
  • Sow when soil is warm.
  • Sow 4 to 6 seeds 2 cm [1"] deep in hills 1.5 to 2 m [4-6'] apart.
  • Thin the best two or three plants.
Zucchini Dark Green Hybrid - 55 days. A dark green skin that gardeners prefer. Open habit and early deep green glossy fruits are best harvested when 15 cm [6"] long. Attractive fruits are uniform, smooth and cylindrical. Easy to pick from single stemmed vigorous plants.  
Squash (Table Queen Acorn)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Squash (Buttercup Burgess)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
A source of vitamins A and C, Calcium and Iron. 6-8 seeds / gram. Hints:
  • Sow when soil is warm.
  • Sow 4 to 6 seeds 2 cm [1"] deep in hills 1.5 to 2 m [4-6'] apart.
  • Thin the best two or three plants.
Buttercup - 115 days. A winter squash with turban shaped fruits. 11-17 cm [4.5-7"] across, ranging 1.3-1.8 kg [3-4 lbs] in weight. Thick orange flesh cooks dry and sweet with a rich flavour. Skin is deep green with silvery green stripes. An excellent keeper.  
Spinach (Bloomsdale Long Standing)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Spinach is a good source of vitamins A and C and an excellent source of Iron and Fibre. Hints:  
  • Sow 1 cm [1/2"] deep in rows 60 cm [24"] apart.
  • Thin to 7-15 cm [3-6"] apart.
  • Spinach prefers cool moist weather. Warm weather can hasten bolting.
  • Add mulch to keep soil moist.
Bloomsdale [Longstanding] - Plant vigorous, erect, compact and uniform. Leaves very thick, medium large with curved tips. Deeply savoyed with rich dark glossy green colour. Tender and of excellent quality. Stands several days in hot weather before bolting. Recommended for freezing.  
Rhubarb (Victoria)
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Radish (White Icicle)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Radishes grow best in the spring or late summer. They do not like hot weather. For quality yields, radishes should be grown rapidly with plenty of moisture. Approximately 80 seeds/gram. Hints:  
  • Sow seed 1 cm apart and 1 cm deep in rows 30 cm apart.
  • Thin to 2 to 4 cm apart.
  • Sow several times at weekly intervals until early summer for a contiuous fresh supply.
  • Try sowing with other vegetables to help mark row.
White Icicle - 30 days. The best early white variety. Tops are small, roots are long and tapered. Very white throughout, with a mild sweet flavour. Brittle as ice. 13-15 cm [5-6"] long.  
Radish (Early Scarlet Globe)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Radishes grow best in the spring or late summer. They do not like hot weather. For quality yields, radishes should be grown rapidly with plenty of moisture. Approximately 80 seeds/gram. Hints:  
  • Sow seed 1 cm apart and 1 cm deep in rows 30 cm apart.
  • Thin to 2 to 4 cm apart.
  • Sow several times at weekly intervals until early summer for a contiuous fresh supply.
  • Try sowing with other vegetables to help mark row.
Scarlet Globe [Early] - 23 days. Bright scarlet with pure crisp white flesh. This variety is excellent for market gardens. It has a very thin tap root, and is perfectly globe shaped. Prefers sandy soil.  
Radish (Cherry Belle )4.52
4.52 $ 4.52 $ 4.5200000000000005 CAD
Radishes grow best in the spring or late summer. They do not like hot weather. For quality yields, radishes should be grown rapidly with plenty of moisture. Approximately 80 seeds/gram. Hints:  
  • Sow seed 1 cm apart and 1 cm deep in rows 30 cm apart.
  • Thin to 2 to 4 cm apart.
  • Sow several times at weekly intervals until early summer for a contiuous fresh supply.
  • Try sowing with other vegetables to help mark row.
Cherry Belle - 21 days. Globe shaped, bright cherry red. Flesh very firm and crisp. Short tops, keeps firm for long period. Fine for forcing and home garden use.