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Many vegetables like lettuce, carrots, and broccoli don't have botanical origins or cultural roots in the Great Southwest, and thus are not a part of our seed-bank collection.  To accommodate interest in growing them, NS/S offers selected heirloom seed varieties from outside of our region.  We have chosen varieties that are relatively heat and drought tolerant, or that have a shorter growing season, so they are more adaptable to growing in the Southwest.  As much as possible, we purchase from sources that produce seed organically and/or using sustainable agricultural practices.  Organically grown seeds are tagged as such on their pages.  When you purchase any seed or product from Native Seeds/SEARCH you financially support our work of conserving the NS/S treasure of regional heirloom seeds.

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  1. Easter Egg
  2. Emmer
  3. Fordhook Giant
  4. French Breakfast
  5. Genovese Basil
  6. Thymus vulgaris. Thyme is one of the most popular culinary herbs. Aromatic leaves and small, pink flower spikes on a short, creeping plant. Thyme has a long history of medicinal use: thyme oil is antiseptic, thyme tea is mineral-rich, anti-spasmodic.  Not from our seed bank collection, but your purchase supports our conservation mission.  6-12' tall. Organically grown.  Approx. 0.1g/100 seeds per packet.
  7. Beta vulgaris. Beautiful golden beets mature in 55-60 days from planting. Developed by W. Atlee Burpee Seeds in the 1940's. Produces an orange-skinned, golden yellow-fleshed root with pleasant, sweet flavor that is milder than red beets. Best eaten when roots are 2" in diameter. Not from our Seed Bank Collection, but your purchase supports our conservation mission.  Approx. 3g/200 seeds per packet.
  8. golden acre cabbage grows well in winter garden
  9. golden yellow corn sweet
  10. Golden Purslane
  11. Harris Model
  12. Italian Large Leaf Basil
  13. Petroselinum crispum. Italian Parsley. Flat celery-like leaves. The preferred parsley for cooking. Great fresh or dried. Not from our seed bank collection, but your purchase supports our conservation mission.  2-3' tall. Approx. 0.5g/80 seeds per packet.
  14. Jericho
  15. Kyona (Mizuna)