Sunday, December 15, 2013

It's the SEED-Y Time of Year! NEW Heirloom Varieties!

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I've been working on increasing our heirloom seed varieties this past year.  When we first opened Mary's Heirloom Seeds back in 2011 we offered 20 varieties.  By mid-2013 we offered over 70.  Now, I am please to announce we offer 105 varieties with several more on the way!
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All NEW Varieties  December 2013
It's Official, We now offer over 100 Seed varieties!
Check out our New Arrivals Just in Time for delivery before Christmas!
Russian Red "Ragged Jack" Kale
55-60 days.  A tender and mild, a pre-1885 heirloom variety. Oak type leaves have a red tinge, and stems are a purplish-red.
Great flavor.  A hardy plant that fares well in cold weather, often thriving through the winter.     Check it Out!
Hopi Blue Corn   *Non-GMO*
90-110 days.   Considered a staple corn of the Hopi people, this corn can be eaten as a sweet corn when young, or allowed to dry it can be used to make flour.
Hopi Blue has a higher protein content than a dent corn and makes wonderful tortillas. The 7 inch, dried blue ears also make great autumn decorations. Plants are 5-6 feet tall.         Check it Out!
Catnip grows to a height of three or four feet, and features downy, light green foliage with small lavender flowers that grow on spikes up to five inches long.
The vibrant green leaves of catnip are not only attractive to cats but are popular in tea for people as well.     Check it Out!
Thai Holy "Kaprao" Basil
A stronger-flavored basil than sweet basil, Thai Basil also has a hint of licorice flavor.
The leaves, which are about half the size of sweet basil, have purple stems and make pretty garnishes.

Plant Size: 1 to 2 feet tall and wide. 

Check it Out!
Purple Coneflower
Open Pollinated. Also called Echinacea. Lovely wildflower native to North America with lavender petals surrounding a reddish-orange cone center. Parts of this flower have purported medicinal benefits.
Check it Out!
This weekend we have decided to donate a portion of all seed sales to 2 local non-profit rescues.  The cutoff is Monday, December 16th @ 10am EST
Why? because we ship within 24 hours and this will get your order to you by Christmas AND these babies need our help!   Read more for Details

Have a wonderful weekend!
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mail4rosey said...

Congrats on the steady increase in numbers, that's awesome!

Janine said...

Hmm, I gotta get an order together for next year. We are spreading manure this week!

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