Planted them in the hottest and driest part of the summer this year (mid-90s - I live in Chicago) and they did amazing both then and in the cooler part of fall (right up to the first frost). I put them in one improvised pot and one self-watering planter, and both produced more than I could keep up with eating. And they were delicious! I started throwing them in everything from salads to sandwiches to pasta. This was my first year growing vegetables, and I couldn't have picked more forgiving seeds to start with.
My dolls sit in my guest bedroom just waiting for someone to play with them. They are lovely guardians of the room.
Fine detail, and the strength of the metal juxtaposed with the delicacy of the etching and cutting is striking.
Promptly shipped and gratefully received. Pleasantly surprised with how quickly they germinated (granted, I'd treated them with IBA). Treatment or not, they're good seeds.
I planted these pumpkins in late in season about 85 days before first frost . I grew them three sisters style and they gained frost protection from the corn and are still growing after 4 frosts . Next time I will grow them earlier. They gave me 8 good sized pumpkins.
This mix is delicious in chili and ham/bean soup. Rich broth and mixed colors, sizes and textures makes it beautiful and delicious. Hope they come back in stock soon!
Thank you for making these available. I like the fact that my seeds are sealed until I am ready to start in my greenhousel
Someone else bought it, I just wanted to say it looks so cute.
Amazing smoky chipotle. Goes great in beans, eggs, on pizza, everything
Already 2 feet tall
Seeds came quickly. I look forward to planting them.
The seasoning gives excellent flavor to a variety of foods I prepare.
they are just what l ordered.
More of these seeds successfully germinated and sprouted than any of the other winter garden vegetables I bought from Native Seeds; I live in USDA zone 9. Now that its been about a month, they've slowed growth, but are looking strong.
Native Seeds/SEARCH seeks to find, protect and preserve the seeds of the people of the Greater Southwest so that these arid adapted crops may benefit all peoples and nourish a changing world.