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Seedling orders are shipped on Tuesdays via Fedex 2 day delivery.  Please place your order by 5pm on Monday for shipment that week.
Shipping Rates increase in multiples of 12.   For example the small box can include up to 12 seedlings, medium box can include up to 24 seedlings, etc.


Mustard greens

Mustard greens contain many health-boosting antioxidants like beta carotene, which can protect your skin and lower risk factors of diabetes. The greens are also a great source of several B vitamins, including thiamine (B1,) niacin (B3,) and pyridoxine (B6.)


Grow your own crisp celery in abundance with our high-quality celery seedlings.


Grow mini broccoli for tender, flavorful stems and florets.


The zucchini, courgette or baby marrow is a summer squash, a vining herbaceous plant whose fruit are harvested when their immature seeds and epicarp are still soft and edible.


Also known as summer squash, yellow varieties of squash provide numerous health benefits. The vegetable is high in vitamins A, B6, and C, folate, magnesium, fiber, riboflavin, phosphorus, and potassium. That’s a serious nutritional power-packed veggie. Yellow squash is also rich in manganese.


Cucumber is a widely-cultivated creeping vine plant in the Cucurbitaceae family that bears usually cylindrical fruits, which are used as vegetables.  Cucumbers are low in calories but high in many important vitamins and minerals.


Collards are vegetables that have large green leaves and tough stems, which are removed before eating. The leafy parts that we eat are called “collard greens.” They’re closely related to cabbage, kale, and mustard greens and are prepared in similar ways.

Rainbow Swiss Chard

The gold standard for multicolored Swiss chard.  Nicely savoyed green or bronze leaves with stems of gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white with bright and pastel variations.

Pac Choi

Heavy, vigorous white-stem pac choi.  Tall, broad, heavy plant with dark green leaves and thick, flattened white petioles.

Kale- Toscano

Italian heirloom, also known as “dinosaur” kale. Dark, blue-green, non-curled but heavily blistered (savoyed). Rich, tender leaves have a softer texture and milder texture than green curly kales

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