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All Brother Nature Companion Plant seeds available on our site are listed below. Companion planting methods provide beneficial results to any garden space. For best results growing several selection below through out your garden and within your zone, will add to the over all health of your plants and harvests. Each plant provides a different benefit from attracting birds and bees; to masking scents and replacing lost nutrients. Click an image to view planting instructions & details about each seed.
 Beans - Scarlet Runner - Picked at 5 - 9 cm can be eaten raw, cooked or pickled. This pole bean produces strong green foliage, with brilliant red flowers that are abundant and continuous from mid-summer to the first frost. Pick beans when young for tenderness. They are a great climber on trellises and fences and make a great selection for growing a Garden Teepee for children. They appreciate the sun, fertile soil, and generous watering.  Highly Ornamental and many grow them just for the blooms or privacy screen. Beautiful bright colour attracts hummingbirds and bees. - Click for more details!
Seed: Beans - Scarlet Runner
Latin: Phaseolus coccineus
Variety: Heirloom
Colour:
Matures: 65 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 15 Seeds
Zone: 2
Agastache - Mint  - Agastache needs long days. Up to 14 hours to set bud. You will love the aroma, flavour and look of this favourite. The flavour starts mildly licorice and finishes off minty. Outstanding as a garnish or for brewing tea.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Agastache - Mint
Latin: Agastache rugosa
Variety: Licorice Mint
Colour: White
Matures: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 3
Asparagus - These tasty spears are the sweetest treat. The flavour will leave your taste buds wondering if what you ate was actually a vegetable.
It is not like store-bought asparagus. Not even close. Asparagus forced grown that then ripens as it is shipped loses its actual sweet flavour. Initial cultivation takes at least 3 years before the plant is established. Asparagus fern is also extremely popular as it is cultivated for the fern-like foliage it produces and is used as a popular cut flower filler, especially in roses. So if a few spears go too far and become tough and leggy. Stake it up and let asparagus finish their life cycle, which will include dropping its ripe red berries into the ground and increasing your crop in the coming years.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Asparagus
Latin: Asparagus officinalis
Variety: Heirloom Mary Washington
Colour: Green
Matures: May to July
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Basil - Lime  - Rare and desired edible herb. Lime Basil is unique on its own but, very much compliments, the already well-known lemon basil by kicking it up with that additional tang of fresh flavour. Lime basil has a sweet citrus scent with a strong citrus taste. Excellent for flavouring in dressings, sauces, pesto and desserts. In the herb garden, it serves as a great fragrant border or even in a patio pot. The bonus benefits of Lime Basil are its deer and rabbit resistance and its magnet-like ability to attract bees and butterflies. - Click for more details!
Seed: Basil - Lime
Latin: Ocimum americanum
Variety: Lime
Colour: Green
Matures: 60 to 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 80 Seeds
Zone: 2
Beans - Appaloosa Shelling  - Brilliant white beans with deep wine red speckles.Akin to the marking on an Appaloosa horse. Harvest young for fresh beans, or let mature for use as baked beans. This variety holds its firmness when longer cooking times are required making it great for baked beans and chillies. Grows well in cooler climates or those who live in short-season locations.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Beans - Appaloosa Shelling
Latin: Phaseolus vulgaris
Variety: a.k.a Jacobs Dry Cattle Bean
Colour: Red and white
Matures: 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Beans - Borlotti  -  This vigorous producer is an Italian heirloom that produces colourful red and creams 5 to 6
Seed: Beans - Borlotti
Latin: Phaseolus vulgaris
Variety: Borlotti
Colour: red and cream
Matures: July to August
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 30 Seeds
Zone: 2
Beans - Florence Green - This Florence Thin Green bush bean produces yields of 5 to 6 inches long string-less beans with exceptional flavour. Beans are high in dietary fibre, protein and are an excellent source of iron, potassium, selenium, thiamine, vitamin B6, and folic acid. Bush beans do not need staking but pick often as this variety produces well. - Click for more details!
Seed: Beans - Florence Green  
Latin: Vicia Faba
Variety: Florence Thin Green Beans
Colour: Green
Matures: 45 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 30 Seeds
Zone: 2
Beans - Kidney  - Provides an excellent yield of dark red kidney-shaped beans that are tasty in Chili and Mexican foods. Beans are a great source of iron and magnesium. Easy to Grow!! - Click for more details!
Seed: Beans - Kidney
Latin: Phaseolus vulgaris
Variety: Bush Bean
Colour: Red
Matures: 55 days
Site: Part Shade
Quantity: 30 Seeds
Zone: 2
Beans - Royal Purple  - This semi-bush bean produces big dark purple pods that turn green after 2 minutes of cooking. Makes a perfect indicator for blanching and freezing at home. EXCELLENT FLAVOR! Beans are high in dietary fibre, protein and are an excellent source of iron, potassium, selenium, thiamine, vitamin B6, and folic acid. - Click for more details!
Seed: Beans - Royal Purple
Latin: Vicia faba
Variety: Heirloom Pole
Colour: Purple
Matures: 50 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Beet - Detroit Red - Delicious green foliage on an edible root. The foliage is an excellent source of iron. Great for container plantings. Roots are delicious fresh or cooked. Stores very well!
The Detroit Red Beet is a blood-red globe-shaped root vegetable. It is cold hardy, and seeds can germinate and grow in soil temperatures as low as 5 degrees Celsius. In milder climates, the seed can be sown September for the February harvest. Beets prefer deep, well-drained soil and need to be kept moist for best results. - Click for more details!
Seed: Beet - Detroit Red
Latin: Beta vulgaris
Variety: Detroit Red
Colour: Red
Matures: 58 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 2
Black Cherry Tomato - Mixing these delicious vining black cherry tomatoes with a yellow and red variety adds colour to the garden as well as your dinner and salad plates. Beyond Coyote White is my favourite of this variety. Its ample harvest and smooth, thin skin and sweet taste are a sure-fire winner with your taste buds and your pride.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Black Cherry Tomato
Latin: Heritage Tomato
Variety: Black Cherry Heritage Tomato
Colour: deep red
Matures: 65 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Black Russian Tomato  - Produces medium to large (8-12 oz) tomatoes with a deep dark colour and a sweet, rich earthy flavour to match.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Black Russian Tomato  
Latin: Solanum lycopersicum
Variety: Rare Heirloom B.Russian from Tula
Colour: Red
Matures: 75 - 85 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 10 Seeds
Zone: 2
Cabbage  - Red Acre cabbage produces 6
Seed: Cabbage
Latin: Brassica oleracea
Variety: Red Acre
Colour: Red
Matures: 75 Days
Site: Zone 2
Quantity: 55 Seeds
Zone: 2
Carrots - Danver Half long - Tasty tapering semi blunted ends. Very suitable for home gardeners needs. Easy to grow.  Carrots thrive when planted near lettuce, chives, leeks, rosemary, sage, peas and wormwood.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Carrots - Danver Half long
Latin:
Variety: Half Longs
Colour: Orange
Matures: 68 Days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Catnip - Easy to grow. Your cats will love this plant. Adds vitamins to your cats' diet and will help repel fleas. Greyish-green leaves with tiny white flowers with purple specks. Very aromatic.  Very aromatic and deer resistant and drought tolerant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Catnip
Latin: Nepeta Cataria
Variety: Catnip
Colour: White
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Chervil - Great fresh or frozen. Difficult to find in stores. Use this parsley flavoured, quick-growing plant as a late addition to cooked foods. 
A cool-season plant that is sown in early Spring or late Summer for overwintering. - Click for more details!
Seed: Chervil
Latin: Anthriscus cerefoilum
Variety: Biennial Herb
Colour: green
Matures: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Chives - Cold hardy and easy to grow. Chives produce best in the rich well-drained soil. Plant throughout your garden, as it has a long history of natural insect control in the garden. A must-have for any healthy vegetable garden. Flowering chives slender, cylindrical leaves appear in early Spring. Flowering chives has an edible flower that appears in June and July. The stems and the light purple florets both have a pleasantly mild onion flavour for an attractive & tasty topping for baked potatoes, salads and soups.
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Seed: Chives
Latin: Allium schoenoprasum
Variety: Heirloom
Colour: green
Matures: 75 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Cilantro   - Delicious in every way. Fast-growing and superb for flavouring soups and meats with its leaves and stems or its aromatic seeds. Widely used in salsas or guacamole and is also used in many curry recipes. The leaves make an attractive garnish topping. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cilantro
Latin: Coriandrum sativum
Variety: Indian Summer
Colour: Herb
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Shade or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 3
Cilantro Lemon  - A tasty quick and easy plant to grow in beds, containers and window sills. All parts of this plant have a delicious lemon scent making it a great choice for cooking and fresh foods. Flowers are edible and it attracts beneficial insects. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cilantro Lemon
Latin: coriandrum
Variety: Lemon
Colour: green
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 75 Seeds
Zone: 2
Clary Sage - Producing 10 to 12
Seed: Clary Sage On Sale!
Latin: Salvia scalera
Variety: Medicinal
Colour: Herb
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Shade or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 5
Coreopsis - Coreopsis tickseed was quite the show off this harvest. We recommend planting in a full sun location for the best results. Butterflies simply adore this as do the hummingbirds. A delicate addition to cut flower arrangements. Harvest when buds are just opening for longer-lasting vase time. - Click for more details!
Seed: Coreopsis
Latin: coreopsis x hybrida
Variety: Ticseed
Colour: red and yellow
Bloom: June - September
Site: Zone 2
Quantity: 45 Seeds
Zone: 2
Crocosmia - Montbretia - Warm bright orange flowers, on gracefully arched stems that rise above the leaves. An absolute magnet for Hummingbirds. Crocosmia is a semi-drought tolerant, deer resistant, corm forming plant. Crocosmia's broad, sword-like leaves are attractive even when the plants are not in bloom and is a sought after plant for cut-flower bouquets for adding height and volume. From a landscape designer's view, crocosmia is low maintenance while adding a spiked interest to any garden space. - Click for more details!
Seed: Crocosmia - Montbretia  
Latin: crocosmia aure
Variety: Falling Stars
Colour: orange
Bloom: July to August
Site: Full Sun/Part Shade
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 2
Cucumber - Armenian Painted Serpent - Produces delicious mild tasting cucumbers with light green skins and dark green ribbing. Best flavour when harvested at 15 to an 18-inch stage, but will grow huge, curled fruits if left to mature. Excellent mildew resistance. Also, know as Armenian cucumber or Snake Melon.
Amazing conversation piece to the new and seasoned gardeners alike. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cucumber - Armenian Painted Serpent
Latin: Cucumis melo.
Variety: Painted Serpent
Colour: light green,dark green ribbing
Matures: 80 to 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 10 Seeds
Zone: 2
Cucumber Lemon - A plentiful producer of crunch 2.5 to 3 inch, non-bitter but sweet and mild-tasting fruit. Lemon Cucumbers are best harvested at a lemon size, just as the skin begins to change to a yellow colour. They can also be pickled when fully ripe Excellent salad toppers and firm enough for decorative garnishes. - Click for more details!
Seed: Cucumber Lemon
Latin: cucumis sativus
Variety: Heirloom
Colour: green
Matures: 58 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 15 Seeds
Zone: 2
Daikon Radish - Daikon radish (Japanese for large root)produces large white carrot shaped roots with mild spicy flavour. Roots and tops are both edible. Grow in moist , deeply dug, moderately fertile soil - Click for more details!
Seed: Daikon Radish
Latin: Rhaphanus sativus
Variety: Daikon
Colour:
Matures: 50 - 60 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Daisy -  Edible Shingiku  - Brilliant yellow, edible flowers 3 cm across with a deeper yellow center. Produces abundant edible blooms season. Adds interest to summer salads. Bees adore it. Also makes great mulch for winterizing beds and garden edges. Adds class and conversation to any garden salad or garnish. - Click for more details!
Seed: Daisy -  Edible Shingiku
Latin: coronarium
Variety: Edible Shingiku Daisy
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Double Feverfew - Produces bright white, large double flowers from late summer through fall and even in winter in warmer areas when residing in full sun to part shade. Drought tolerant and deer resistant and can be grown as an annual in cooler climates. A great addition to Moon gardens and herbal medicine beds. Good for small bouquet cut flower fillers and is a beneficial insect attractant. Feverfew is also deer resistant and drought tolerant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Double Feverfew  
Latin: Tanacetum
Variety: Chrysanthemum parthenium
Colour: White
Matures: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 6
Dutch Broadleaf Cress - Quick growing, cold-hardy salad green similar to watercress. You can harvest the large, glossy globed shaped leaves in only 1 month. Leaves have a peppery flavour and are high in Vitamin C making them an excellent addition in mixed salads and sandwiches. Self-sows if left to go to seed. - Click for more details!
Seed: Dutch Broadleaf Cress
Latin: Barbarrea verna
Variety: Dutch Cress
Colour: Green
Matures: May to September
Site: Part to Full Shade
Quantity: 125 Seeds
Zone: 2
Easter Egg Radish - A selection of uniformly sized radishes that matures in 25 days. They add great colour, flavour, Vitamin A & C  to salads and meals. Try eating the seed pod after the plant has bolted. radish can be planted to discourage cucumber beetle, squash bug, and stink bug. Staggered plantings can provide fresh radish all season. - Click for more details!
Seed: Easter Egg Radish
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: Heritage
Colour: Red, white,purple,pink
Matures: 25 days
Site: Part Shade
Quantity: 140 Seeds
Zone: 2
Feverfew - Very reliable and easy to naturalize. These plants produce a mass of citrus smelling leaves and white daisy-like flowers with yellow centers, on multi-branched stems. Feverfew has a very long history in its medicinal uses, such as dispelling fevers and treating arthritis. Good cut flower filler and beneficial insect attractant. Feverfew is deer resistant and drought tolerant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Feverfew  
Latin: Tanacetum
Variety: Chrysanthemum
Colour: White
Matures: June to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 200 Seeds
Zone: 6
Garlic Chives - This perennial herb is similar to flowering chives but has flat leaves and a great medium garlic flavour. Flowers are extremely tasty and can be used for dried arrangements. Once you have them you find it's a fantastic mild garlic flavour that adds just the right touch to any dish where garlic is required. A delight to any garden or salad.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Garlic Chives On Sale!
Latin: allium schoenoprasum
Variety: Culinary
Colour: Green
Matures: 90 days
Site: Full Sun Part Shade
Quantity: 125 Seeds
Zone: 2
German Chamomile - Best variety for teas and salves.  In the vegetable and herb garden, Chamomile is a good companion plant for basil, onion, cabbage and cucumbers. It also is known to increase the oil quality of other herbs planted around it. Its bright cheery flowers brighten up any garden. Commonly used in moon gardens for the glow they show off from the moonlight.  - Click for more details!
Seed: German Chamomile
Latin: matricaria recutita
Variety: German
Colour: white
Matures: May to June
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 200 Seeds
Zone: 2
Greek Oregano - Notes: True Greek Oregano. Strong flavour and scent. In warmer climates can become a semi-hardy perennial that produces a bountiful crop, of pleasantly aromatic foliage and flowers. For optimum growth and flavour, plant in fertile, moisture-retentive soil. Greek Oregano is most often used in tomato sauces, meats and stews and is a great addition to any spicy dish. 
dish. - Click for more details!
Seed: Greek Oregano  
Latin: Oreganum vulgare
Variety: Culinary Variety
Colour: Herb
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 200 Seeds
Zone: 2
Jerusalem Sage - An unusual and attractive deer resistant and drought tolerant plant that produces sturdy branches with tiered bunches of buttery yellow hooded flowers, that are great for cutting or drying. Displaying attractive olive green heart-shaped soft leaves. Performs well in poor well-drained soils. - Click for more details!
Seed: Jerusalem Sage  
Latin: phlomis
Variety:
Colour: green
Matures: July to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Latah Red Tomato - Latah  Early Red is known for its very early ripening and great flavour. Perfect for a short season. Indeterminate. - Click for more details!
Seed: Latah Red Tomato
Latin: Lycopersicon
Variety: Latah Early Red
Colour: Red
Matures: 50 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 15 Seeds
Zone: 2
Lavender-Unique Spanish Mix - Produces an eye-catching mix of white and purple lavender. These are strong, frost tolerant compact plants that are stunning as a fresh bouquet or dry the stems & flowers for medicinal uses and potpourri. Lavender is recognized for its calming aroma-therapy effect making its oils and flowers highly sought after.  Lavender is deer resistant, drought tolerant, aromatic and attracts beneficial insects that aid in a healthy garden. - Click for more details!
Seed: Lavender-Unique Spanish Mix  
Latin:
Variety: Spanish Mix
Colour: white and purple mix
Matures: June to August
Site: Zone 3
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Lemon Balm - Lemon-scented flavour make this plant an excellent garnish and a delicious tea for colds. Also effective as a companion plant or bug barrier.

When watering the seed that needs light to germinate, it is important that you either use a spray bottle to keep the soil moist or water from the bottom by using a tray and filling the tray with water that allows the soil to soak up the water from the bottom up. Not using one of the 2 ways suggested may push the seed into the soil which will not allow optimal light conditions for proper germination. Also, be sure to sow Lemon Balm in bunches of 3,5 or 7 seeds to create a clumping effect as showing only one seed will only provide one small plant, that will take a longer time to allow for harvest or to create the desired bug barrier effect.  Lemon balm has a short rootstock is and the stems are square and branch out at each joint. The leaves are heart-shaped, toothed and emit an amazingly sweet lemon fragrance when bruised. Their distinct lemon taste makes them a perfect choice for tea. Lemon Balms flowers in small loose bunches from June to October.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Lemon Balm
Latin: Melissa officinalis
Variety: Herbal Remedy Plant
Colour: Herb
Matures: June to September
Site: Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 5
Mountain Princess Tomato  - Tasty, trusty heirloom tomato that produces 3 to 6 ounces (3 to 4 in.), low acid fruits with thin skins, on strong healthy compact plants. Excellent for container and cool climate conditions. Open-pollinated and determinate. - Click for more details!
Seed: Mountain Princess Tomato
Latin: Lycopersicon esculentum
Variety: Mountain Princess
Colour: Red
Matures: 65 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Nasturtium - Nasturtiums are extensively used in organic pest control. They are beneficial in attracting aphids away from other prize plants as well as attracting beneficial hoverflies that eat them. Easily grown in any soil and blooms for long periods. Nasturtiums require little water and no fertilizer, as enriched soil tends to produce more foliage than flowers.  Use the brilliant colours of the flower petals and spice of the leaves as a garnish or to add the finishing touch to your garden fresh salads. Sweetly scented edible flowers and spicy scented foliage attracts hummingbirds. - Click for more details!
Seed: Nasturtium
Latin: Tropaeolum majus L.
Variety: Jeweled Wonder
Colour: Yellow & Orange
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Onion - Welsh  - Also known as Japanese bunching onion or scallion. This onion does not produce bulbs but instead clumps of large hollow leaves, up to 50 cm tall, and is cold hardy. A plentiful early option of using flowering chives or other onion greens in salad, sandwiches and other dishes. Provides white globe-shaped flowers in late Spring making it a desirable pest deterring companion plant. Deer resistant! - Click for more details!
Seed: Onion - Welsh
Latin: Allium fistulosum
Variety: Species
Colour: White
Matures: 2nd year bloomer
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 65 Seeds
Zone: 3
Parsnips - Parsnips grow crisp, long white or off-white carrot-like roots with a sweet and mild. Flavour vastly improves with exposure to cold temperatures so stores well in the ground. Great for soups and stews. - Click for more details!
Seed: Parsnips
Latin: Parsnips
Variety:
Colour: Yellow
Matures: 60 days
Site: Full Sun/Part Shade
Quantity: 65 Seeds
Zone: 2
Peas - Edible Russian Soup -  Russian Soup Pea produces crops of sweet juicy peas on tall vined plants and displays beautiful bi-coloured purple flowers. This variety is an especially well-adapted heirloom pea, suited to freezing or for drying for delicious healthy soups in the winter months. Popular for those who want a splash of colour in their vegetable garden as well as an abundant crop.A must-have! - Click for more details!
Seed: Peas - Edible Russian Soup
Latin: Pisum sativum
Variety: Soup Peas
Colour: green
Matures: May to June
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 30 Seeds
Zone: 2
Peas - Homesteader  - Introduced in 1908 this dwarf variety produces vines 18 to 30 inches high loaded with lots of easy to pick 2 to 3-inch pods, with 6 to 9 peas per pod. These are heat tolerant and wilt resistant. Peas are a valuable source of vitamin C, A and fibre. Harvest before peas fully enlarges for best results. For successive crops, plant at 2 to 3-week intervals until mid-spring. - Click for more details!
Seed: Peas - Homesteader
Latin: Pisum sativum
Variety: Lincoln shelling peas
Colour: Heirloom
Matures: 65 to 75 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 30 Seeds
Zone: 2
Peas - Tall Telephone  - Heirloom (1885) These tall climbing Vines (6-8ft) produce lots of excellent late-ripening 3' pod with 6 - 8 peas each. Perfect for fresh eating or freezing. The crop produces continuously rather than all at once for prolonged harvests. Also known as Alderman Sweet Pea. Mildew resistant. - Click for more details!
Seed: Peas - Tall Telephone
Latin: Pisum sativum
Variety: Tall Telephone
Colour: Green
Matures: 60 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Pepper - Banana - Sweet Banana pepper produces lots of sweet crunchy bright yellow peppers 4 to 6 inch long fruits. Great for fresh picking, jams, relishes and even pizza. - Click for more details!
Seed: Pepper - Banana  
Latin:
Variety: Banana Pepper
Colour: yellow
Matures: 70 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Peppers - Calfornia Wonder - Delicious, sweet and mild with thick flesh. These 18 to 24 in plants give great yields of 4 to 4.5-inch fruits, that will ripen to red with adequate heat. - Click for more details!
Seed: Peppers - Calfornia Wonder  
Latin:
Variety: California Wonder
Colour: red
Matures: 80 to 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 30 Seeds
Zone: 2
Peppers Jalepeno - These small traditional jalapeno peppers are about 3
Seed: Peppers Jalepeno
Latin:
Variety: Jalepeno
Colour: red
Matures: 80 to 90 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Peppers Yellow - Produces large 5 by 7-inch, sweet and crisp delicious bell peppers, that start green and ripen to a brilliant canary yellow.  Great for fresh picking, jams, relishes and even pizza. - Click for more details!
Seed: Peppers Yellow  
Latin:
Variety: Sunbright Yellow
Colour: yellow
Matures: 75 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Pickling Cucumbers - Homemade pickles provide loads of solid, crisp, sweet and tasty pickling cucumbers. Harvest when small for baby pickles or at 5-6 inches for larger pickles or spears. Grow on a cage or trellis for longer, straighter fruits. Keep well picked for larger yields. Proven disease resistance.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Pickling Cucumbers
Latin: curcremis sativas
Variety: Home Made Pickles
Colour: green
Matures: 55-65 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Alta Globe  - Bright red round with medium to tall tops. Makes a great center row.  This heritage radish can be planted to discourage cucumber beetle, squash bug, and stink bug. Radish seed and its greens are also a delicious addition to your salads. Let a few in your patch bloom and then go to seed. You can eat the pods while green and they still have that same great radish taste or you can let the seeds ripen up and add them to your salad as a tasty garnish. - Click for more details!
Seed: Radish - Alta Globe
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: Heritage
Colour: Red
Matures: 25 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Black Spanish (Rare) - Produces large round radishes with thin dark skins and firm white flesh. This winter storage worthy and hardy plant is also referred to as black turnip. It can be eaten young and small or allowed to grow 3 -4
Seed: Radish - Black Spanish (Rare)
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: Black Spanish
Colour: Black
Matures: 50 - 60 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Champion - Bright red, round and crisp heritage variety that matures in only 20 days. Rich in Vitamin A & C they are great in all types of salads or as a decorative garnish. Radish can be planted to discourage cucumber beetle, squash bug and stink bug. As this variety is so quick to produce staggered plantings can provide fresh radishes all season long. - Click for more details!
Seed: Radish - Champion
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: Heritage
Colour: Red
Matures: 20 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Cherry Belle  - Great for small spaces as this radish boasts a shorter top than most varieties.   Radish can be planted to discourage cucumber beetle, squash bug and stink bug. - Click for more details!
Seed: Radish - Cherry Belle
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: 24 day
Colour: Red
Matures: 25 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 125 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Daikon Radish - Daikon is derived from two Japanese words dai (meaning large) and long-term (meaning root).  Roots are much larger than traditional radish and will range from 2 to 4 inches in diameter and 6 to 20 (that's right 20 inches)long. They develop in 3 different shapes. Cylindrical, Spherical, Oblong. Also known as icicle radish, white radish and mooli, in Britain. It is a companion plant to Chervil, cress, lettuce, leeks, tomatoes, spinach and even strawberries.
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Seed: Radish - Daikon Radish
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: longipinnatus
Colour: White
Matures: 60- 90 days
Site: Part shade
Quantity: 35 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - French Breakfast  - Medium Length with scarlet roots. Longer type radishes. That can be grown in warmer weather than round types. Plant in full shade in warm months to help resist bolting.  - Click for more details!
Seed: Radish - French Breakfast
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: French Breakfast
Colour: Red & White
Matures: 45 days
Site: Full Sun or Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish - Green Meat  -  This radish has crispy, sweet greenish flesh that stores amazingly well.  Also known as the Chinese radish and have green skins with white tips. Can be harvested young or left to mature into a  2 to 3 in. root. If planning to succession sow in hotter months, be sure to provide some shade from hot afternoon sun. Great in salads and smoothies or makes a great garnish conversation piece with its unique colour.  
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Seed: Radish - Green Meat
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: green meat
Colour: green
Matures: 45 days
Site: Full Sun/Part Shade
Quantity: 85 Seeds
Zone: 2
Radish Mix - Perfect for small home gardens, this mix offers a variety of colours, flavours and harvest times in one row. Avoids having to much at one time and you'll start harvesting in 3 weeks. Includes white, pink, red, purple varieties that will add colour & flavour to salads and garnishes alike. Great for companion planting. - Click for more details!
Seed: Radish Mix
Latin: Raphanus sativus
Variety: Mix
Colour: Reds & Whites
Matures: 45 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 110 Seeds
Zone: 2
Red Giant Mustard - A hardy annual herb and vegetable with extra large deep red leaves and delicious tangy flavour. Harvest as required using a few leaves per plant in salads and stir-fries. Ideal for using in a child's garden because of ease and speed of growth and decorative qualities. - Click for more details!
Seed: Red Giant Mustard
Latin: Museum ardens
Variety: Heirloom
Colour: Red
Matures: 40 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 4
Red Pear Cherry Tomato - Delightfully firm, pear-shaped cherry tomato. Great for Salsa, fresh eating, garnishes and slicing for salads. Very sweet, mild flavour. Very prolific and tasty. - Click for more details!
Seed: Red Pear Cherry Tomato
Latin: Lycopersicon
Variety: Red Pear
Colour: Red
Matures: 60 days
Site: Ful Sun
Quantity: 20 Seeds
Zone: 2
Rosemary - Incredible aroma. Add it to your herb garden or grow in a pot on its own. There is nothing like cutting your own Rosemary from the seedlings you so carefully tended to. And bragging rights are definitely in order when you succeed. - Click for more details!
Seed: Rosemary
Latin: Rosmarinus officinalis
Variety:
Colour: Green
Matures: July - August
Site: Full/Sun
Quantity: 35 Seeds
Zone: 7
Savoury - Summer  - This outdoors growing herb can withstand a light harvest after 5 to 6 weeks. Summer Savory is often used in recipes where Thyme and Sage are called for. Every great herb garden should have a patch. Bees adore the beautiful delicate flowers it produces if left to go to seed. - Click for more details!
Seed: Savoury - Summer
Latin: S. hortensis
Variety: Herb
Colour: Green
Matures: July To September
Site: Full Sun to Part Shade
Quantity: 125 Seeds
Zone: 2
Shoo Fly Plant - Beautiful blue to purple flowers on rapidly growing plants,  Seed pods are used dried in arrangements. Though there is no detectable odour, flies are said to flee this plant. We believe this because the pods when dry resemble a small hornets' nest. TRULY WORKS! - Click for more details!
Seed: Shoo Fly Plant
Latin: Nicandra Physaloides
Variety: Apple of Peru
Colour: Blue
Bloom: June to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 2
St. Johns Wort - Produces a perennial herb in masses of 1 to 2
Seed: St. Johns Wort
Latin: Hypericum perforatum
Variety: Herb
Colour: Yellow
Matures: July to August
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 150 Seeds
Zone: 6
Sunflower - Astoundingly large seed heads characterize this variety. Truly mammoth flower heads that produce a wealth of seed. Use as a natural bird feeder or harvest the seeds yourself for roasting. Stake plants in windy locations as they are top-heavy once in flower.  Enjoys full sun and ample water for an abundant crop. - Click for more details!
Seed: Sunflower
Latin: Helianthus annuus
Variety: Russian Mammoth
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: July to September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 25 Seeds
Zone: 4
Sunflower - Giganteus  - Perfect to grow your own seeds to eat. Kids love it. You will find this gargantuan focal point a natural bird feeder if you so choose to leave the seeds to Mother Nature and her entourage. Its flower heads are as the name states, gigantic at 1 to 1.5 feet across. It has thick stems and giant leaves on strong stalks that rarely need staking unless the area is very windy. In peak time it is definitely pictured worthy and provides plump tasty seeds for eating, roasted or raw. - Click for more details!
Seed: Sunflower - Giganteus
Latin: Helianthus
Variety: Giganteus
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: July - September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 10 Seeds
Zone: 2
Sweet Cicely - The seeds require a period of chilling before germination. Sowing them in a damp paper towel in the fridge can encourage quicker germination.
An easy-care perennial with downy-haired, finely divided, fern-like leaves that have a mild Anise flavour. Great with carrots, cabbage and salad. Sweet Cicely is becoming more popular as a natural sweetener. Young shoots, leaves and seeds provide a naturally sweet taste. - Click for more details!
Seed: Sweet Cicely
Latin: Myrrhis Odorata
Variety: Herbaceous Perennial
Colour: Herb
Matures: 90 days
Site: Full Sun/Part Shade
Quantity: 15 Seeds
Zone: 3
Wild Celery - This fast-growing biennial (perennial in warmer climates)plant 
will produce tall sturdy hollow stacks with a licorice flavour, which can be steamed or candied for baking.
 Wild Celery provides habitat for Swallowtail Butterfly larvae and adult pollen feeders Use fresh leaves in soups, salads and stews. Also a producer of a deep green dye. - Click for more details!
Seed: Wild Celery
Latin: Angelica archangelica
Variety: Angelica
Colour: Green
Matures: July - September
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 75 Seeds
Zone: 2
Winter Turnip - The most popular of Winter or Swedish turnips. These cool weather plants have a rich red-purple top on their smooth globe shaped roots and white flesh. Flavour enhances after frost. Excellent in Vegetarian dishes. Sow again in late summer for an autumn crop. - Click for more details!
Seed: Winter Turnip
Latin: Brassica napus
Variety: Laurentian
Colour: Vegetable
Matures: 65 to 75 days
Site: Part Shade
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Zone: 4
Yellow Pear Tomato - Indeterminate plants produce loads of sweet mellow flavoured 1.5 inch pear shaped yellow fruits. Great for fresh eating, salads,garnishes or for preserves. Get ready for a large tasty harvest. - Click for more details!
Seed: Yellow Pear Tomato
Latin: Lycopersicon
Variety: Yellow Pear
Colour: Yellow
Matures: 60 days
Site: Full Sun
Quantity: 10 Seeds
Zone: 2
Zinnia - Elegance with colourful class. Best cut flower and a personal favourite. Zinnias slender stems and the bright green leaves boast 1 to 1.5-inch flowers, with jagged bands of intense colours of fiery yellows, oranges and reds and white. It creates a brilliant effect planted in rows or in masses in bed and borders. Excellent selection for fresh cut flowers until the last frost. You can't miss this faithful producer. Easy to Grow. - Click for more details!
Seed: Zinnia  
Latin:
Variety: Messicana
Colour: Yellow
Bloom: July to October
Site: Full Sun/Part Shade
Quantity: 50 Seeds
Zone: 3
 
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