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NEW ARRIVALS for 2019 (part 2) Posted on 07 Oct 15:51 , 1 comment

Before we get started I want to share this BEAUTIFUL Glass Gem corn I harvested this morning!

 

 
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October 7, 2018

As promised, we are announcing even more
New Arrivals for 2019!
This puts us well over 600 Heirloom seed varieties now available at Mary's Heirloom Seeds.
Wooray!
We're shipping out more orders of garlic bulbs this week as well.  Enjoy!
 
NEW ARRIVALS for 2019
(part 2)
 
If you missed our first announcement,
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55 days. Ruby Queen is an early beet variety producing round, red roots with a smooth texture.
Ruby Queen beet performs well in poor soil and holds its shape well in crowded situations.
75 days. This vigorous, 7 foot tall variety made Oregon's Willamette Valley famous in the 60s and 70s for canning beans. The smooth, 6-7 inch, dark green pods have a canning jar straight, round shape. Harvested at their peak, you'll find them tender, meaty, and full of hearty, fresh bean flavor

 
 
 Trifolium incarnatum Grows 1-3' tall.
Crimson clover produces more forage at low temperatures than other clovers.
With its rapid, robust growth, crimson clover provides early spring nitrogen for full-season crops. Rapid fall growth, or summer growth in cool areas, also makes it a top choice for short-rotation niches as a weed suppressing green manure.
 
 
 
85-95 Days.  A family heirloom that has been preserved for generations. Roundish, maroon-and-white beans are great in soups, where their creamy texture and hearty, nutty flavor really shine. 
Pole type plants yield an abundance of pods, each containing 5 to 6 beans.
 
 
 61-120 days. Creel Crowder Pea is a family heirloom from Alabama.  6 in. curved pods turn golden yellow when dry, large brown seeds. Semi-vining plants, very productive!
 
 
 
 
85 days.  This Oregon heirloom was selected by Pike and Young Seeds in Monmouth, Oregon in the 1930's.  Produces 3 lb fruits on unirrigated clay, 7 lb fruits on good irrigated soil.  Originally bred specially for growing in unirrigated clay soil. Heavily netted, oblong fruits. Vigorous, high-yielding, disease-resistant plants. 
 
 
 
95 days. (Indeterminate)
A beefsteak tomato that produces large pink fruits, which grow up to 2 pounds, this strain was obtained by tomato collector Ben Quisenberry of Big Tomato Gardens from Dorris Sudduth Hill, whose family grew it for over 100 years.
 
 
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Also spelled Louffa, Louffah and Loffah 
Heirloom from 1888.  The fruit grows about 2', and the vine is very ornamental, producing clusters of yellow blossoms, in pleasing contrast with the silvery-shaded, dark green foliage.  
  
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If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 

 

Happy Planting,

 

Mary's Heirloom Seeds, P. O. Box 3763, Ramona, CA 92065

NEW ARRIVALS for 2019 (part 1) Posted on 27 Sep 09:48 , 1 comment

We are so excited to announce our first "batch" of New Arrivals for 2019.  All of these varieties should be available to ship after October 1st.  Enjoy!

 

DICKINSON PUMPKIN

100 days. The Dickinson Pumpkin has a long and famous history.  This is one of the varieties that Libbey's uses in its pumpkin pie filling.
A medium to large tan squash, weighing from 10-40 pounds.  Nearly round to elongated fruits, 18 inches long by 14 inch diameter.
This is an excellent variety for canning and pumpkin pie filling

 

BOONE COUNTY WHITE CORN

110 days. Boone County White corn dates back to 1874 from a mane named James Riley in Boone County, Indiana.
There are many reason to love this heirloom corn variety:

It is a very heavy producer of huge ears that measure 9-11" in length. 9-11' stalks. Uniform ears have 18-22 rows.

 

HICKORY KING WHITE CORN

 110 days.  Hickory King White Corn can grow up to 12 feet tall and produces 8-9" long ears. Huge white kernels not seen in modern corn.  An Appalasian staple, dating back to the 1800s.
Excellent for roasting, grits, cornmeal, and cornuts. Hickory king has a very high leafy green matter which makes it perfect for silage. Tight husks which help keep out corn worms.


 45-50 days. White Egg turnip is fast growing variety, producing Medium-green 17 inch tops.  Good bunching variety.
White egg turnip is a long time favorite in the South where it is know for its reliability and fine flavor.


85 days. Cubanelle Pepper is a variety of sweet pepper commonly used in Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Dominican cuisine. Famous for delicious fried or stuffed peppers.

Sweet frying pepper, 4.5-6 inches long x 2-2.5 inches in diameter, 3 lobes, tapers to a blunt end, slightly irregular and roughened, medium-thick waxy flesh, yellow-green to red, distinct flavor.

 

MIZUNA MUSTARD GREENS

40-60 days.   A hardy Japanese non-heading type mustard that is extremely vigorous and cold tolerant.

Mizuna grows in bunches and has long stems growing from a central stalk. The dark green leaves have deeply serrated edges and have a fringed appearance. The thin, white stems are firm and offer a crunchy texture. Mizuna is harvested at both the baby lettuce and mature stages, with the younger leaves being more tender and milder.

 

TENDERGREEN BURPLESS CUCUMBER

 55-60 day. A burpless slicing type that has been popular for over 80 years!

Fruits are medium-dark green, 7-12 inches in length, and quite plump and smooth. Excels as a slicer, because each fruit yields so many slices of uniform diameter.

Tendergreen Burpless can also be used for pickling if picked early.

 

GOURMET GREEN SALAD MIX

 20-50 days.  Contains: Arugula, Red Russian Kale, Greenwave, Tatsoi, and Mizuna Mustard, and Paris Island Cos Lettuce.
Start harvesting your greens when they’re 4- to 6-inches long. This can be as soon as 2 weeks after planting!

 

GRANNY CANTRELL'S GERMAN PINK/RED TOMATO

70-80 days. (Indeterminate) A Kentucky Heirloom grown by Lettie Cantrell since the 1940s.  The original seeds were given to Lettie from a soldier returning home from Germany during World War II.

Large, meaty fruit are about 1 lb. and are wonderful for fresh eating, slicing, or canning.

 

DRUZBA TOMATO

80 days.  (Indeterminate) Bulgarian heirloom tomato

The word druzba means "friendship" in Bulgarian and Druzba is a very friendly tomato. Not too large, half pound to a pound, the fruit is born in clusters of 3 to 5.  Flavor is outstanding, with just the right combination of sweetness and tartness.

 

PINK BRANDYWINE TOMATO

80-90 days.  Indeterminate.  One of the most popular heirloom tomatoes! 

A favorite of many gardeners; large fruit with superb flavor. A great potato-leafed variety from 1885! Beautiful pink fruit up to 1-1/2 lbs. each!

 

GLACIER TOMATO

60 days. (Determinate) One of our Earliest producing heirloom tomatoes!

Sets fruit at 24" tall and keeps producing all season long. Great for the small garden or containers. Potato-leaf foliage.

Very cold-tolerant and may survive a light frost. Potato leaf foliage.

 

 MOSKVICH TOMATO

60-70 days. (Semi-determinate) Moskvich is a high quality, early season, Russian  Heirloom.

Fruits are round to slightly flattened with deep red color and luscious, rich flavor. Great eaten fresh or processed. Highly resistant to cracking, making it a great pick for the greenhouse. Like most Russian varieties, it can stand up to cool conditions.

 

BLACK RUSSIAN TOMATO

80 days. Indeterminate. A heirloom variety from Russia. These compact plants bear plenty of wonderfully rich, mahogany-brown tomatoes that average about 4 ounces.

Grows in full sun and are cool-tolerant.  The is a great greenhouse variety.

 

BACK IN STOCK FOR 2019

 

LUFFA

 

I hope you're as excited as we are about these new arrivals!  We are currently working on more tutorials and videos for 2019 and adding a few more heirloom varieties to our current collection.

 

If you have additional questions, please email

MARY@MARYSHEIRLOOMSEEDS.COM

 

HAPPY PLANTING!


August Specials & FREE Seeds Posted on 01 Aug 11:02 , 0 comments

 

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August 1, 2018
Hi!  We're super excited to share all of our new arrivals and garden goodies for August!

Have you enjoyed our Fall Planning & Planting Series so far?  We'll have another installment to share very soon.

Today we're sharing new arrivals, Free Seeds and FREE garden supplies for August!
MOUNTAIN FLOWER SPECIALS 
FREE packet with purchase of a 5-pack!

Here's the deal:
Starting today through August 15th
Purchase a 5-pack of
And we'll include an extra FREE packet!

If you purchase 1 of each 5-pack, you will receive 3 Extra free seed packs!

*NEW ARRIVAL*
 With an N-P-K of 8-3-1, this high nitrogen fertilizer encourages robust, green growth.   Bat Guano is extremely effective when applied as a top dressing, a soil amendment or brewed into guano tea.
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Happy Planting,

 

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More NEW ARRIVALS! Posted on 18 Jul 11:31 , 0 comments

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July 18, 2018
We are thrilled to announce a few more new arrivals for 2018/2019 gardens!
Several of the new arrivals listed below were a special request for dying wool and fabrics.
In case you missed it, we've also added to our 99 Cent Seed Pack SALE for the month of July.
All of the info is below.
Enjoy!

NEW ARRIVALS
A cousin of Lamb's Ear, Stachys Offinalis is also called betony, bishopswort, purple betony, or wood betony. Betony is a hardy perennial herb.
The erect stem grows from 4 to 5 feet high, is very stout and deeply furrowed, and near the top, branched.
Known as Golden Marguerite Daisy or Dyer's Chamomile, this perennial provides an abundance of yellow daises all summer and fall.
Used as a natural dye for wool
Purple-black seeds are used by the Hopis as a natural dye source, especially for coloring baskets. Seeds may also be used for food or feed, and this is the best variety for dehulling. 7-11 ft. stalks with 5-13 in. heads. 
(Malva Sylvestris Mauritiana) - From the Mallow family, this French Hollyhock will bloom the first year from flower seed.  Used to dye wool and fabrics
50 days.  Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach is An old variety dating back to the mid 1800's in France.
45 days. A Pre-1880 heirloom variety.
Popular Southern variety often grown for winter green.
50-60 days.Tatume is a summer squash popular in Mexico and Texas, round/oval med-dark green to yellow fruits with faint stripes.
A pre-1885 French heirloom.
An original French lettuce variety of the "4 Seasons" strain
An English main crop variety and standard home and market variety.

Small, mild Japanese pepper for roasting, pan-frying and grilling.


HOPI RED DYE AMARANTH
Originally grown as a dye plant by the southwestern Hopi Nation, this variety has the reddest seedlings of any amaranth known, making it a natural for micro-green mixes!


Sugar beets are a natural source of sugar and where most of the sugar industry derives its sugar from these days.
Beets are up to 1 foot long and can weigh from 3-5 pounds.


Our Medicinal herb garden combo pack consists of standard-sized packets of the herb seeds that we consider to b useful for growing plants for first-aid.
8 Herb seeds varieties included
JULY 99 CENT SEED PACKS & SPECIALS
 
 


 
If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 

 

Happy Planting,

 

Mary's Heirloom Seeds, P. O. Box 3763, Ramona, CA 92065

NEW Arrivals only 99 Cents a Pack! Posted on 03 May 14:04 , 0 comments

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May 3, 2018
In case you missed our recent announcement, we're celebration our anniversary here at Mary's Heirloom Seeds with a huge
99 CENT SEED SALE
thru May 7th.

Below you'll find New Arrivals we've added today and a few favorites as well.

Happy Planting!

NEW ARRIVALS
As we mentioned above, we've added a few new heirloom seed varieties today.  We're doing something special this week and they're only
99 CENTS a pack thru May 7th!

A Native American squash that has an ancient history. The large vines are vigorous and are good for the South. 
The skin is white with green stripes and has thick yellow flesh



Giant Nobel is a slow bolt spinach. Plant it in late spring for heavy yields of giant, thick, dark green leaves. This giant spinach variety can spread to 25"  



This deep red flower is large and can be 10-12 in. long on a 3-5 ft. tall plant. The seeds are edible and can be popped, cooked like a grain or grounded into flour.



Alsike clover is a short-lived perennial plant.  It is grown widely in the eastern, northern, mid-western states and in the Pacific Northwest.




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Happy Planting,

 

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NEW ARRIVALS & SEED SALE Posted on 18 Apr 09:10 , 1 comment

 
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April 18, 2018
We're always excited for New Arrivals here at Mary's Heirloom Seeds!

As a bonus, we've added a few more seed packs to our 99 Cent Seed Pack Sale
thru April 22nd 
 

We are THRILLED to announce a few more New Arrivals for 2018!

BRIGHTEST BRILLIANT QUINOA 

Reaching only 4 feet in height, this variety offers a riot of colors, orange, pink, burgundy, white and yellow!


ELEPHANT HEAD AMARANTH 
This deep red flower is large and can be 10-12 in. long on a 3-5 ft. tall plant. The seeds are edible and can be popped, cooked like a grain or grounded into flour.


HALE'S BEST JUMBO MELON 
Hale's Best Jumbo Melon was discovered by ID Hale near Brawley, California in 1923. It was reportedly growing in a Japanese market gardener's field.


RECENTLY ADDED 
  
ALSIKE CLOVER
  

SKYSCRAPER SUNFLOWER


FORTEX POLE BEAN
 

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LUPINE, ARROYO BLUE
 

We recently shared our article on
Cool Weather Crops so we've added a few of our favorite heirloom varieties to our
99 Cent Seed pack Sale thru April 22nd!

99 CENT SEED SALE



Quite a few of our HEILROOM RADISH seed varieties are part of our 99 cent Seed sale




HAPPY PLANTING!

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BUILD A RAISED BED!   

We shared our Raised Bed tutorial last year but we have had so many requests lately that we shared again this year with Updates!

We also posted an article about
SOIL Recipes for raised bed gardens

TIME TO PLANT HEIRLOOM SEEDS!

Complete details on our blog
If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 

 

Happy Planting,

 

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HAPPY NEW YEAR with Over 40 New Arrivals! Posted on 31 Dec 17:49 , 0 comments

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December 31, 2017
"The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway."
-Michael Pollan
We're gearing up for the 2018 planting season!
Below is our HUGE compilation of New Arrivals for 2018 and we are so excited!

As an added bonus, We are giving away small garden notebooks with purchase of $30 or more
Between Dec 31st and Jan 2nd as a
special New Year's gift.


If you have additional question, please ask

Enjoy!


NEW ARRIVALS FOR 2018
 
If you have placed an order for
Organic Seed Potatoes....
We will begin shipping out to customers in Warmer climates such as Florida as early as January 1.

If you are interested in purchasing
Organic Seed Potatoes, please do not wait til planting time as we will be sold out by then.
  
 
NEW ARRIVALS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 *NEW FOR 2018* 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 

 

Happy Planting,

 

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NEW ARRIVALS for 2018 - Part 2 Posted on 15 Dec 04:48 , 0 comments

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December 15, 2017
As promised, Mary's Heirloom Seeds continues to add to our existing selection of Heirloom, 
Open-Pollinated seeds.
 
This week, we're adding more varieties!
 
Also, Pre-Orders of Organic Seed Potatoes 
are now available!!!
 
Harvest dates will vary based on variety of potato.  Generally, potatoes take 90-120 days to harvest.
  Under optimal conditions, you can expect to harvest 10-15 pounds of potatoes for every pound of seed potato planted. 

Find out when to plant potatoes
NEW ARRIVALS for 2018
PART 2  

105 days.  These unique, Very flat, pure white pumpkins that are unique and tasty. Very sweet orange flesh is perfect for pies and baking
 
 
70-80 days.  Determinate.   
Great for sauces, salsas and pastes
 
 
 75 days. Roots grow 7"-8" long and are great raw or cooked.
 
 
 75 days. Popular Japanese variety for home or market; deep orange, stubby roots are mild and sweet.
 
 
 85 days. One of the best orange-flesh watermelons. Very crisp, sweet, and flavorful deep orange flesh
 
 
 100 days. VERY RARE. Introduced to America about 1862 by James Hogg, of Yorkville, New York, from seeds his brother Thomas sent him from Japan.
 
 
 110 days.  An heirloom to the Buffalo, New York area, it was first distributed to select members of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society by Mr. Ives in the Spring of 1833 and quickly became available as a commercial variety shortly thereafter.
 
 
105 days.  These unique, Very flat, pure white pumpkins that are unique and tasty. Very sweet orange flesh is perfect for pies and baking. 


 YIPPIE! 
WE LOVE HEIRLOOM SEEDS!

  
NEW ARRIVALS for 2018
PART 1 
FRENCH GARDEN BEANS
50 days.  Tall, very upright bush.  Beans hang neatly and in clusters. Long thin podded French bush bean, selected for home garden cultivation.
 
 
 
CANARY YELLOW SWISS CHARD 
60 days. This Swiss chard produces a stunning canary yellow stem that deeply contrasts with its sea green leaves held above.  Produces large leaves and Very productive.  
 
 
65 days.  This unique heirloom Originated in Armenia.
Fruits are light green with darker green striped ribs which curl into "s" shaped fruits. 
 
JARRAHDALE PUMPKIN
110 days.  A New Zealand heirloom, Jarrahdale pumpkin has a slate blue, ribbed exterior and a deep delicious orange interior flesh. 
 
 
 
BIRDHOUSE BOTTLE GOURD 
95 days. This long-handled ball-shaped gourd can be hollowed out to make attractive birdhouses, a big dipper gourd, or musical instruments. 
 
 
 
ANCHO POBLANO PEPPER 
75 days. Also called Ancho Pepper in its dried form, the Poblano is a pepper of many wonderful uses including salsa, grilling, stir fries or stuffed for chile rellenos and substituted in any dish for bell pepper.
 
BULGARIAN CARROT PEPPER
75-80 days.  Bulgarian Carrot Pepper grows up to 18" tall and produces peppers that are about 3 1/2" long. 
70 days.   The Hungarian wax pepper is a canary yellow chile pepper also known as the hot yellow pepper or hot wax pepper. The Hungarian wax is closely related to the mild banana pepper.  
DILL, DUKAT
Aromatic, never bitter or overly pungent, try this one for the sweetest of all dills. With a delicate fragrance, Dukat stays in the leaf stage longer than other varieties
ROX ORANGE SUGAR CANE SORGHUM
Rox orange is an old time sorghum favorite for syrup.   Rox Orange sorghum is grown like corn, but prefers well drained sandy loam. Rox Orange will grow to 8 ft. tall and can be cut for silage after 70-80 days, or be used for livestock grain if left to full maturity.
THOMAS LAXTON PEA
65 days.  Any pea that was introduced over 100 years ago and is still widely grown should tell you volumes.  Reliable, consistent, and sweet are just some of the words used to describe this pea.
Organic Seed Potatoes   
We are currently offering PRE-ORDERS of
select varieties of
ORGANIC *Non-GMO* SEED POTATOES
Depending on your location AND date of purchase, seed potatoes will be available to ship as early as January 1.
*Price and availability subject to change*
    


Remember, even if planting time in your area isn't until March or April, NOW is the time to start thinking about Organic Seed Potatoes 

 
PURPLE MAJESTY 





 


Please purchase additional items in a separate order.    
Items ordered with Organic Seed Potatoes will ship together after January 1st.

As we ship on a first come, first serve basis, your order may not ship until days or weeks later. You will receive an email when your order ships.


Check out Mary's 2017 Planting Guide
for more planting guides and Growing Tips 
 
As always, if you have additional questions please feel free to ask!
This data has been compiled from our own research as well as feedback from our customers.
 
Helpful ARTICLES    
If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 

 

Happy Planting,

 

Mary's Heirloom Seeds, P. O. Box 3763, Ramona, CA 92065

NEW ARRIVALS for 2018 (part 1) Posted on 06 Dec 08:07 , 0 comments

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December 5, 2017
As promised, Mary's Heirloom Seeds continues to add to our existing selection of Heirloom, 
Open-Pollinated seeds.
 
This week, we're adding more varieties!
 
Also, Pre-Orders of Organic Seed Potatoes 
are now available!!!
 
Harvest dates will vary based on variety of potato.  Generally, potatoes take 90-120 days to harvest.
  Under optimal conditions, you can expect to harvest 10-15 pounds of potatoes for every pound of seed potato planted. 

Find out when to plant potatoes
NEW ARRIVALS for 2018  
FRENCH GARDEN BEANS
50 days.  Tall, very upright bush.  Beans hang neatly and in clusters. Long thin podded French bush bean, selected for home garden cultivation.
 
 
CANARY YELLOW SWISS CHARD
60 days. This Swiss chard produces a stunning canary yellow stem that deeply contrasts with its sea green leaves held above.  Produces large leaves and Very productive. 
 
 
65 days.  This unique heirloom Originated in Armenia.
Fruits are light green with darker green striped ribs which curl into "s" shaped fruits. 
JARRAHDALE PUMPKIN
110 days.  A New Zealand heirloom, Jarrahdale pumpkin has a slate blue, ribbed exterior and a deep delicious orange interior flesh. 
 
 
BIRDHOUSE BOTTLE GOURD
95 days. This long-handled ball-shaped gourd can be hollowed out to make attractive birdhouses, a big dipper gourd, or musical instruments.
 
 
ANCHO POBLANO PEPPER
75 days. Also called Ancho Pepper in its dried form, the Poblano is a pepper of many wonderful uses including salsa, grilling, stir fries or stuffed for chile rellenos and substituted in any dish for bell pepper.
BULGARIAN CARROT PEPPER
75-80 days.  Bulgarian Carrot Pepper grows up to 18" tall and produces peppers that are about 3 1/2" long. 
70 days.   The Hungarian wax pepper is a canary yellow chile pepper also known as the hot yellow pepper or hot wax pepper. The Hungarian wax is closely related to the mild banana pepper.  
DILL, DUKAT
Aromatic, never bitter or overly pungent, try this one for the sweetest of all dills. With a delicate fragrance, Dukat stays in the leaf stage longer than other varieties
ROX ORANGE SUGAR CANE SORGHUM
Rox orange is an old time sorghum favorite for syrup.   Rox Orange sorghum is grown like corn, but prefers well drained sandy loam. Rox Orange will grow to 8 ft. tall and can be cut for silage after 70-80 days, or be used for livestock grain if left to full maturity.
THOMAS LAXTON PEA
65 days.  Any pea that was introduced over 100 years ago and is still widely grown should tell you volumes.  Reliable, consistent, and sweet are just some of the words used to describe this pea.

 YIPPIE! 
WE LOVE HEIRLOOM SEEDS!

BACK IN STOCK  
 
Organic Seed Potatoes   
We are currently offering PRE-ORDERS of
select varieties of
ORGANIC *Non-GMO* SEED POTATOES
Depending on your location AND date of purchase, seed potatoes will be available to ship as early as January 1.
*Price and availability subject to change*
    


Remember, even if planting time in your area isn't until March or April, NOW is the time to start thinking about Organic Seed Potatoes 

 
PURPLE MAJESTY 





 


Please purchase additional items in a separate order.    
Items ordered with Organic Seed Potatoes will ship together after January 1st.

As we ship on a first come, first serve basis, your order may not ship until days or weeks later. You will receive an email when your order ships.


Check out Mary's 2017 Planting Guide
for more planting guides and Growing Tips 
 
As always, if you have additional questions please feel free to ask!
This data has been compiled from our own research as well as feedback from our customers.
 
Helpful ARTICLES    
If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 

 

Happy Planting,

 

Mary's Heirloom Seeds, P. O. Box 3763, Ramona, CA 92065

Create A Wishlist at Mary's Heirloom Seeds Posted on 08 Oct 08:32 , 1 comment

Good morning and Happy Sunday!
I can feel Fall in the air.  We're having cooler mornings but still warm days. Today is a great day to pull up old plants and plant Fall Seeds (we'll post pics on facebook)

Wondering what to plant now?
now available on our website
 
We've had several requests lately so today we're offering NEW articles with info to help you better Plan and Plant.

As a grower/farmer/homesteader, we understand that sometimes your "wishlist" might be larger than your budget or your garden space.  With over 500 heirloom seed varieties available at Mary's Heirloom Seeds, it's not always easy to decide which varieties to purchase and plant.  Recently someone on our facebook page asked about creating a wishlist option on our site.

Here's what we came up with...
Create an account at Mary's Heirloom Seeds.  You'll see the option on the top right corner of the page if your on a desktop (pictured).  If you're on a mobile device, it's under "Menu" and at the bottom of the drop-down list.


From there, enter your info in the boxes provided
(pictured below)

You will receive an email confirmation as soon as you're signed up.  From there, you can add any items you would like to your cart as a wishlist.  If you do not receive this email, your info might not have been saved or you might have a filter on your email
We do not "dump" carts so you can continue to add or take away from your cart at any time.  If for some reason you cannot access your cart, you can always send us an email.  We have the option to send out an email with a link to recover your account.

As always, if you have additional questions or concerns we are happy to help.
Please email mary@marysheirloomseeds.com
with your questions.

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