Peas (Green Arrow)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Picking fresh peas from your garden is always a treat. They are a good source of iron and an excellent source of vitamin C. Approximately 5 seeds / gram. Hints:  
  • Plant seeds early in spring as soon as the soil can be prepared.
  • Sow seeds 2-3 cm apart and 2 cm deep.
  • Do not thin plants.
  • For best results, harvest in early summer or fall when peas enlarge pods.
  • A 6 metre row of plants will yield approximately 5 kg of pods.
Green Arrow - Pods are 10 cm [4"] long, set high on the vine for easy picking with 9-11 sweet flavoured peas per pod. High yielding, strong vines are primarily double podded and resistant to downy mildew as well as fusarium wilt. Grows to 70 cm [28"] tall. Recommended for freezing.  
Peas (Little Marvel)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Picking fresh peas from your garden is always a treat. They are a good source of iron and an excellent source of vitamin C. Approximately 5 seeds / gram. Hints:  
  • Plant seeds early in spring as soon as the soil can be prepared.
  • Sow seeds 2-3 cm apart and 2 cm deep.
  • Do not thin plants.
  • For best results, harvest in early summer or fall when peas enlarge pods.
  • A 6 metre row of plants will yield approximately 5 kg of pods.
Little Marvel - 63 days. Vines 43 cm [17"] pods 8 cm [3"] single and double. Dark green, blunt, plump and well filled with 7-9 peas. Seed medium size, light green. Valuable for home garden and early shipping. Recommended for freezing.  
Peas (Sugar Ann)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Peas (Sugar Snap)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Picking fresh peas from your garden is always a treat. They are a good source of iron and an excellent source of vitamin C. Approximately 5 seeds / gram. Hints:
  • Plant seeds early in spring as soon as the soil can be prepared.
  • Sow seeds 2-3 cm apart and 2 cm deep.
  • Do not thin plants.
  • For best results, harvest in early summer or fall when peas enlarge pods.
  • A 6 metre row of plants will yield approximately 5 kg of pods.
Pole Sugar Snap - 70 days. Voted all-time First Place vegetable winner in the AAS survey of home gardeners. Pods are round, slightly curved, medium green, 6-8 cm [2.5-3"] long, thick and fleshy. Sweet, crunchy, crisp and delicious when picked fully mature. Eaten raw in salads or cooked like snow peas. Also can be shelled. Vigorous vines grow to 1.8 m [6'] or more and require strong support. Resistant to pea wilt. Popular item at produce stands and U-pick operations.  
Peas (Thomas Laxton)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Picking fresh peas from your garden is always a treat. They are a good source of iron and an excellent source of vitamin C. Approximately 5 seeds / gram. Hints:  
  • Plant seeds early in spring as soon as the soil can be prepared.
  • Sow seeds 2-3 cm apart and 2 cm deep.
  • Do not thin plants.
  • For best results, harvest in early summer or fall when peas enlarge pods.
  • A 6 metre row of plants will yield approximately 5 kg of pods.
Improved Laxton's Progress - 55 days. Matures earlier than Laxton's Progress. Pods contain 7-9 large wrinkled peas of exceptional quality. Vine is dwarf 40-45 cm [16-18"] The best early main crop variety. Recommended for freezing.  
Peas (Lincoln)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Peppers- Hot (Cayenne Long Red Thin)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Growing peppers can be very challenging and rewarding. An excellent source of Vitamin C. Hints:   
  • Start plants 8 to 10 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors.
  • Sow seed 7 mm [1/4"] deep.
  • Plant outdoors when soil is warm.
  • When full size, pick promptly to encourage new growth.
  • If temperature drops below 7°C, fruit set will be hindered
Long Red Cayenne - 72 days from transplant. Often curled and twisted, this very hot pepper grows 13-15 cm long and 1 cm across [5-6"x0.5"] tapering to a point. Fruits are borne pendant on 60 to 75 cm [24-30"] tall plants. Dark green colour changes to a bright red at maturity. Popular for pickling and seasoning.  
Peppers- Hot (Habanero Orange)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
PEPPERS- HABANERO ORANGE Wrinkled fruits ripen from dark gree to salmon orange. This extremely pungent habanero maybe used fresh or dried. Key ingredient in Jamaican “jerk” sauces. Plant: Start these seed indoors about 6-8 weeks before your last frost date. Transplant after pepper seedlings have shown several sets of their true leaves. Harvest: Pick the first peppers promptly when they reach full size to encourage further fruit set.
Peppers- Hot (Hungarian Yellow Hot Wax)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Growing peppers can be very challenging and rewarding. An excellent source of Vitamin C. Hints:  
  • Start plants 8 to 10 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors.
  • Sow seed 7 mm [1/4"] deep.
  • Plant outdoors when soil is warm.
  • When full size, pick promptly to encourage new growth.
  • If temperature drops below 7°C, fruit set will be hindered
Yellow Hungarian Hot Wax - 70 days. Sturdy 60 cm [24"] plants grow well in marginal conditions. Waxy canary yellow fruits 15-20 cm long, 5 cm across [6-8"x2"] Hot flavoured pepper turns bright orange when ripe. Excellent for pickling and fresh use.  
Peppers- Hot (Jalapeno M)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Growing peppers can be very challenging and rewarding. An excellent source of Vitamin C. Hints:  
  • Start plants 8 to 10 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors.
  • Sow seed 7 mm [1/4"] deep.
  • Plant outdoors when soil is warm.
  • When full size, pick promptly to encourage new growth.
  • If temperature drops below 7°C, fruit set will be hindered
Jalepèno - 70 days. 'M' type. Produces numerous dark green peppers, 8 cm [3"] long and averaging 4 cm [1.5"] in diameter. Fruit turn red at maturity. The required pepper for salsas and Mexican dishes.  
Peppers- Sweet (California Wonder 300 TMR)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Growing peppers can be very challenging and rewarding. An excellent source of Vitamin C. Hints:
  • Start plants 8 to 10 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors.
  • Sow seed 7 mm [1/4"] deep.
  • Plant outdoors when soil is warm.
  • When full size, pick promptly to encourage new growth.
  • If temperature drops below 7°C, fruit set will be hindered
California Wonder - 72 days from transplant. Special mosaic resistant stock. Thick walled, blocky fruits 10 cm long and 9 cm across [4x3.5"] 3-4 lobes. Smooth glossy green peppers borne upright on 60-75 cm [24-30"] plants. Peppers will turn red if left to fully mature. Excellent for stuffing and recommended for freezing.  
Peppers- Sweet (Sweet Banana)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Growing peppers can be very challenging and rewarding. An excellent source of Vitamin C. Hints:  
  • Start plants 8 to 10 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors.
  • Sow seed 7 mm [1/4"] deep.
  • Plant outdoors when soil is warm.
  • When full size, pick promptly to encourage new growth.
  • If temperature drops below 7°C, fruit set will be hindered
Sweet Banana - 72 days. Sweet Hungarian type. 14-15 cm [5.5-6"] long and pointed. Light yellow turning bright red. Delicious fried. Very prolific.  
Pumpkin (Altantic Giant)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Pumpkins need rich soil and adequate moisture to fill out. Approximately 7 seeds/gram. Hints:  
  • Sow 4-5 seeds 2 cm [1"] deep in hills 2 m [6'] apart.
  • Thin to the two or three strongest plants.
Atlantic Giant - 120 days. This strain was developed for World Record Contests. Has produced fruits up to 272 kg (600lbs) and 3 m (10') in circumference. Nice orange color. Approximate Seeds Per Gram - 3 to 5. Seeding Rate - 30 grams per 100 ft row, or 1.8 kg per acre  
Pumpkin (Connecticut Field)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Pumpkins need rich soil and adequate moisture to fill out. Approximately 7 seeds/gram. Hints:  
  • Sow 4-5 seeds 2 cm [1"] deep in hills 2 m [6'] apart.
  • Thin to the two or three strongest plants.
Connecticut Field - 115 days. Large smooth orange-yellow grows 20-25 cm [8-10"] in diameter. Used extensively for canning. Excellent for pies and stock fees and also used for jack O' lanterns. Grown large in corn fields.Approximate seeds per gram -3 to 5. Seeding rate 30 grams per 100' row or 1.8kg per acre.  
Pumpkin (Jack O'Lantern)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Pumpkins need rich soil and adequate moisture to fill out. Approximately 7 seeds/gram. Hints:
  • Sow 4-5 seeds 2 cm [1"] deep in hills 2 m [6'] apart.
  • Thin to the two or three strongest plants.
Jack O' Lantern - 110 days. Fruits are round to oval shapes 4-7 kg [10-15 lbs] Skin is bright orange, smooth, firm and thick. Excellent for carving. Approximate seeds per gram - 3 to 5. Seeding rate 7 grams per 100' row or 1kg per acre.  
Pumpkin (Small Sugar)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD
Pumpkins need rich soil and adequate moisture to fill out. Approximately 7 seeds/gram. Hints:  
  • Sow 4-5 seeds 2 cm [1"] deep in hills 2 m [6'] apart.
  • Thin to the two or three strongest plants.
Small Sugar (Pie) - 115 days. Small and round (3kg or 7lbs.), flattened at the ends and slightly ribbed. Skin is a deep orange-yellow and flesh is very thick and High quality. Excellent for pies.Approximate seeds per gram - 3 to 5. Seeding rate - 7 grams per 100' row or 1kg per acre.  
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.  
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 (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.  
Rhubarb (Victoria)
1.19 $ 1.19 $ 1.19 CAD