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Summer Sides Seeds Pack

$16.99

Summer Sides Seeds Pack

$16.99

  • Artichoke Green Globe: 

Our Green Globe Artichoke seeds produce dark-green and purple buds. They’re a beautiful addition to anyone's garden.

Germination Length: 10-18 days.

Days to Maturity: 150+ days.

Soil Preference: Fertile soil or even compost.

Light Preference: Full sun or partial shade.

Temperature Preference: Warmer temperatures between 65-80 degrees.

Planting Depth: ¼ - ½”

Plant Spacing: 4’

Growing Instructions: Plant seeds ¼” in a cell/pot. This crop requires constant water during germination and outdoor growing. After 4 weeks, transplant outdoors to well fertilized soil and space 4’ apart. Continue the constant supply of water once until ready to harvest. 

Approximately 10 seeds per pack.

  • Asparagus Mary Washington:

Our Mary Washington Asparagus seeds produce hardy stalks of asparagus that are fairly easy to grow.

Germination Length: 10-30 days.

Days to Maturity: 140 days.

Soil Preference: Dry, sandy soil. 

Light Preference: Full sun.

Temperature Preference: Warmer temperatures between 70-80 degrees.

Planting Depth: 6-12”

Growing Instructions: Plant these seeds ½” deep and 2” apart in a cell/pot. Lightly water the seeds once a week for 12 weeks. After that, the seedlings can be transferred to a 6-12” trench in your garden. A 1” layer of compost at the bottom of the trench is recommended before planting the seedlings. Cover with soil and supply 1” of water once a week until ready to harvest. 

Approximately 12 seeds per pack.


  • Corn Golden Bantam:

Our Golden Bantam Corn seeds produce beautiful, sweet, yellow ears of corn in 82 days.

Days to Maturity: 82 days.

Soil Preference: Fertile soil.

Light Preference: Full sun.

Temperature Preference: Warmer temperatures between 60-85 degrees.

Planting Depth: 1-2”

Plant Spacing: 4”

Growing Instructions: Plant the seeds 1” in moist and fertile soil and space the seeds 4” apart from each other. Allow 30” of space in rows of seeds. Water the crops with 1” of water once a week. After 82 days, the ears of corn are ready to be harvested. They can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

Approximately 10 seeds per pack.


  • Squash Summer Zucchini Black Beauty:

Our Summer Zucchini Black Beauty Squash seeds produce 12-24” delicious zucchini squash in just 62 days. 

Germination Length: 7-10 days.

Days to Maturity: 62 days.

Soil Preference: Moist.

Light Preference: Full sun.

Temperature Preference: Warmer temperatures between 70-85 degrees.

Planting Depth: ½ - 1”

Plant Spacing: 3-4’

Growing Instructions: Plant 2-3 seeds ½ - 1” in a cell/pot. Water the seeds once a week. Once the seeds have grown at least 5-8” in height, transplant outdoors and space 36-48” apart. Continue to supply 1” of water once a week until ready to harvest. 

Approximately 8 seeds per pack.







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    Snacking Seeds Pack

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    Snacking Seeds Pack
    • Carrot Tendersweet: 

    Our Tendersweet Carrot seeds produce tapered, seven inch roots ready to be harvested in 75 days. Because of its versatility, these carrots can be used in juicing, canning and raw consumption.

    Days to Maturity: 75 days.

    Soil Preference: Light, sandy soil.

    Light Preference: Full Sun.

    Temperature Preference: Warm temperatures between 60-85 degrees.

    Planting Depth: ½”

    Plant Spacing: 1-2”

    Growing Instructions: It is recommended that the seeds be planted directly outdoors, as transporting from indoor to outdoor can cause weak and crooked roots. Start by planting the seeds ½” deep in sandy soil. Plant the seeds 1-2” from each other, and 12-14” between rows. The crops will need about 1” of water once a week. The carrots will be ready to be harvested after 75 days. 

    Approximately 2,200 seeds per pack.

    • Cucumber Boston Pickling:

    Our Boston Pickling Cucumber seeds produce sweet and seedless cucumbers in just 55 days. 

    Days to Maturity: 55 days.

    Soil Preference: Moist soil.

    Light Preference: Full sun.

    Temperature Preference: Warmer temperatures between 70-85 degrees.

    Planting Depth: 1”

    Plant Spacing: 18”

    Growing Instructions: Plant the seeds 1” in moist and well-drained soil and space the seeds 18” from each other. Water the crops with 1-2” of water once a week. After about 55 days and the cucumbers have grown to 6-7” long, they are ready to be cut from their vines. 

    Approximately 40 seeds per pack.

    • Tomato Large Red Cherry:

    Our Large Red Cherry Tomato seeds produce an abundance of bite-sized cherry tomatoes in 75 days. 

    Germination Length: 7-10 days.

    Days to Maturity: 75 days.

    Soil Preference: Fertile soil.

    Light Preference: Full sun.

    Temperature Preference: Warmer temperatures between 65- 90 degrees.

    Planting Depth: ¼”

    Plant Spacing: 2-4’

    Growing Instructions: Plant the seeds in a cell/pot about ¼” in soil. Water the crops once a week for 7-10 days. After this, transport the crops to fertile soil and space 2-4’ apart. Continue to water the crops once a week. After 75 days, the tomatoes are ready to be picked from their vines and enjoyed.

    Approximately 175 seeds per pack.

    • Celery Utah:

    Our Utah Celery seeds produce up to foot long stalks of celery in just 100 days. Perfect for short seasons, these crops can be harvested after growing up to 6” tall. 

    Germination Length: 13-21 days.

    Days to Maturity: 100 days.

    Soil Preference: Moist soil.

    Light Preference: Full sun or partial shade.

    Temperature Preference: Cooler temperatures between 60-75 degrees.

    Planting Depth: ¼”

    Plant Spacing: 12”

    Growing Instructions: Plant seeds ¼” in moist soil in cells/pots. After 14-21 days, the crops are ready to be transported to outdoor soil. Space the seeds 12” apart from each other and 18-24” apart in rows. Water with 1-2” of water once or twice a week. The stalks of celery are ready to be harvested by cutting at the base once at least 6” tall. 

    Approximately 3,500 seeds per pack.







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