Friday, February 21, 2014

Is it Possible to Have Too Many Seeds???

HA!  That might be the most absurd question I've ever asked myself.  Really?

They say money doesn't grow on trees.  But I grow my own food and that's even better because you can't eat money.

Is it Possible to have Too Many SEEDS???
We say NO!  What do you think?
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50 days. Little Gem bears dark green heads just 5 inches across and packed with tender-fresh sweetness!
Grow the sweetest, most tender butterhead (Boston) lettuce you've ever tasted!
Contains approx. 200 heirloom seeds

Easy to grow!  One of Mary's favorites!
Sweet and Juicy Heirloom tomato!

80-90 days.  Indeterminate. Plant produces good yields of large 5" orange beefsteak tomatoes. 
This very attractive heirloom tomato is named for the Amana Colonies, in Amana, Iowa.

Another of Mary's favorite heirloom varieties!

60 days.  This dark-green bean has been a favorite for over 40 years.  Heavy yield.  Matures its large crop early and all at once.  Stagger planting for longer harvesting.

Developed from the Pole Blue Lake.
Contains 45 heirloom seeds
For Seed-Starting and Planting tips check out our
 Garden Tips page and our blog  Back to the Basics!  
Early Market Specials

You don't have to live in the area to get our
"Farmer's Market Specials" 

This week we're giving YOU the opportunity to save on select varieties of Heirloom, Non-GMO seeds.  OR, come check us our at the
Yellow Green Farmer's Market this weekend for our Edible Gardening Presentation and FREE seeds!  Mary's Heirloom Seeds is in  Booth #281 
Sat & Sun from 8am-4pm.
NEW Heirloom Varieties available in SPECIALTY Heirlooms

All of the seeds listed are
open-pollinated, non-gmo and non-hybrid,
non-patented,  untreated, heirloom garden seeds.
Mary has signed the Safe Seed pledge.  
Seed Orders placed Monday-Thursday are shipped within 24 hours, except for holidays.

Shipping on Heirloom Seeds is Free within the Continental US!

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