Snowdown Seed Collection, 11 packets of fall-sown vegetable seeds, Organic

$24.95

From the Makers of HOEDOWN comes SNOWDOWN!

100% Certified Organic Vegetable Seeds for Fall and Winter Vegetables

Germ-tested, fat and viable

Open-Pollinated (seed saver friendly)

Easy to grow.  Contains one packet each:

Beet, Detroit Dark Red (50 seeds/pkt)|

Broccoli, Green Sprouting (300 seeds/pkt)

Carrot, Nantes (500 seeds/pkt)

Greens, Collard, Champion (200 seeds/pkt)

Greens, Creasy (Winter Cress) (100 seeds/pkt)

Kale, Lacinato (200 seeds/pkt)

Chives, English (50 seeds/pkt)

Lettuce, Deer’s Tongue (200 seeds/pkt)

Peas, Oregon Sugar Pod II (50 seeds/pkt)

Radish, Daikon White (100 seeds/pkt)

Spinach, Winter “Merlo Nero”  (200 seeds/pkt)

LIFELINE PRICING.  100% Certified Organically Grown

Each packet comes with sowing directions printed right on the packet. These are all summer and fall planted vegetables that give harvest from fall through the winter.  To extend the season, mulch heavily, use floating row covers or use a cloche.  Our desire to get the highest nutrient value plants into your bodies motivates us to introduce this generous assemblage of fall planted vegetables.  We want to supply you with the seeds you need to keep nutrient rich vegetables on the table from late summer on into the winter.  Economically prudent and in terms of health–priceless!

11 packets of seeds, Certified Organically Grown

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  1. Richo Cech

    Richo Cech

    these will do fine planted in the late summer garden regardless of zone

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  2. Richo Cech

    Richo Cech

    Hello Jace, This collection will work well for you and any other gardeners in the temperate north, planted in the late summer for use in the fall and early winter, the seeds are not zone specific. Richo

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