*Heirloom Seeds For Sale*

*These heirloom seeds are open-pollinated, pure, natural and non-GMO*

Why use heirloom seeds?  Read here why I think they are the best option for your garden!
**Heirloom seeds have better flavor, quality and nutrition than seeds bought at a local store.  Even “organic” seeds can be hybrid and tampered with.**

 The seeds are packaged in colorful seed envelopes, as shown above, with planting instructions printed on back!

Marketmore 76 Cucumber ~ 25-35 seeds
“Dark green 8″-9″ fruit.  Great slicer!  Good yields!  Excellent flavor!”

Chantenay Red Core Carrot ~ 800 seeds 
“One of the sweetest, this variety was introduced in 1929 and is large, stump-rooted carrot with a deep red-orange center; great for juicing or fresh eating.  A good market variety that is smooth and refined in shape.”

Blue Lake Bush 274 Bean ~ 40-60 seeds
“This dark-green bean has been a standard for over 40 years.  The bush plants set heavy yields of flavorful pods that are tender and crisp.  Developed in 1961 from the Blue Lake Pole.”

Onion Red Creole ~ 300+ seeds
“A good keeper.  Hard, flat bulbs have spicy, red flesh.  A good cooking onion or in salads.”

    Rocky Top Salad Mix ~ 1000 seeds
    “Our improved blend is now better than ever!  With more brightly colored and unique lettuces, it makes a flavorful and brilliant salad.  A top selling item–customers just love it!  People love the rich, old-fashioned taste.”



    Red Romaine Lettuce ~ 250 seeds 
    “Delicious, flavorful lettuce brings color and zest to salads.  The red coloring develops best in cool weather.”

     Early Prolific Straightneck Squash ~ 20 seeds 
    “45 days.  AAS Winner from 1938, uniform lemon yellow, club-shaped fruit, firm flesh is of excellent quality, tasty.”

    Arkansas Traveler Tomato ~ 25 seeds
    “A medium-size pink tomato that is smooth and a beautiful rose color.  An excellent heirloom from Arkansas, tolerant to heat and humidity, crack and disease resistant.  Good flavor, an excellent Hillbilly favorite.”
    {These tomatoes produce well in extreme heat when others may not}

     Tomato Yellow Brandywine  ~ 25 seeds
    “Superbly rich and delicious-tasting large fruit.  The golden variety gives good yields, and fruit are better tasting in our opinion than Pink Brandywine.  Large potato leaf plants are very sturdy and deep green.  This heirloom is delicious anyway you eat it!”

    Cherokee Purple Tomato ~ 25 seeds
    “80 days.  An old Cherokee Indian heirloom, pre-1890 variety; beautiful deep dusky purple-pink color, superb sweet flavor, and very large sized fruit.  Try this one for real old-time tomato flavor.  A favorite dark tomato!”


    Pepper Red Marconi ~ 25 seeds
     “A late Italian pepper that yields big 7” long tapering fruit, very sweet, great for frying or fresh!


    Jubilee Watermelon ~ 25-35 seeds
    “Long oval shaped fruit with very tasty flesh that is deep red and very crisp.  A popular old favorite.  Large size.”

    Cayenne Long Thin Pepper~ 25 seeds
    “Slender, long peppers turn bright-red and are very hot.  The 2′ tall plants are vigorous and productive.  This heirloom has been popular many years for drying, using as a spice, and also medicinally.”


    Pepper Tam Jalapeno  ~ 25 seeds
     “A mild jalapeno type, with the same delicious flavor as standard jalapenos, but with a lot less heat.  Great yields.” {My family’s favorite jalapeno!!}

    *Country Gentleman Sweet Corn ~ 125 seeds 
     “90 days. Introduced in 1890 by S.D. Woodruff & Sons.
    Sweet, delicious and milky; tender white kernels on 8โ€
    ears. The ears have no rows, as this is a shoepeg type,
    and kernels are packed in a zigzag pattern. One of the
    best heirloom sweet corns.

    *Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach ~ 250 seeds
    “50 days. The old standard since 1925, does better in hot weather than most. Glossy, deep green, delicious leaves.”


    *Eagle Pass Okra ~ 30-75 seeds 
     “From the area around Carrizo Springs and Eagle Pass, Texas. Productive plants are a favorite of the local farmer who grows this variety. A great okra that is less slimy than others; big pods are tender and delicious.”

    *Emerald Giant Pepper ~ 25 seeds
    “78 days. Large, blocky bells have thick sweet flesh. Dark green fruit turn red when ripe. Vigorous plants give heavy yields. A good variety for the south. Developed in 1963.Wonderful green pepper flavor.”

    *Tendercrisp Celery ~ 200 seeds
    “A very large type of celery, excellent flavor.”  

    Dill Bouquet ~ 300 seeds

    “Early to flower with large seed heads.  Excellent in pickles and used to flavor many other foods.  Easy to grow.”

    Slo Bolt Cilantro ~ 100 seeds

    “This is slow-bolting version of Cilantro/Coriander that produces flavorful leaves over a longer period.”

    Basil – Genovese ~ 40 seeds

    “The famous Italian heirloom is very popular with many cooks.”

    Chives Common ~ 300 seeds   SOLD OUT

    “Wonderful mild onion flavor, these long, thin chives are excellent in many meals; great raw or cooked.”

    Thyme ~ 800 seeds

    “A very aromatic french variety.”

    Edible Heirloom Flowers

    Herb Echinacea Purpurea ~ 50 seeds
    “A beautiful, purple wildflower and well-known medicinal herb with numerous uses. Excellent.”
    (One of my favorite natural anti-biotics.  Can be taken as tea, capsule, or tincture.  A must for all medicine cabinets!)


    Calendula Orange Porcupine ~ 125 seeds
    “A beautiful selection of the old “Radio” variety, this one has beautiful quilled petals, bright orange in color.  Unique.”
    (Useful for burns, bruises cuts, scrapes, minor wounds, inflammation, mucositis, pharyngitis.  Also added to salads as an edible flower.)


    Amaranth Love Lies Bleeding ~ 100 seeds
    “Tall 3′-4′ plants are covered with very long rope-like flowers that are a deep brilliant red color.  One of the most striking plants for any garden and so easy to grow.  A good seed producer.  Leaves are tasty as cooked greens.”


    Sunflower Lemon Queen ~ 25 seeds {SOLD OUT}
    “Beautiful, lemon-yellow blooms with chocolate centers.  This one is very unique; tall plants produce many brilliant blooms.”
    (Leaves reduce high fevers and have astringent properties.  Leaves and seeds are diuretic and expectorant.  Tea made with the flower petals is used for lung ailments and malaria.)


    Empress of India – Nasturtium ~ 25 seeds

    “A very unique old heirloom with dark foliage and brilliant fire-red blossoms that are delicious in salads. It was popular in Victorian times.”
    (Blossoms are delicious in salads.)

{Be sure to indicate which seed packet you need when ordering!}

    To purchase a single packet, click below: ($1.75 each)To purchase a collection of 5, click below: ($1.70 each) To purchase a collection of 10, click below: ($1.65 each)
    Or, email me at jillshomeremedies@gmail.com to place your order!
    *Disclaimer:  These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat, cure or prevent disease*
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  1. says

    My payment confirmation # is 4GT35795Y2065611W.
    CaptainMarkbecton @ Yahoo (dot) com

    1. Sunflower -lemon Queen
    2. Calendula Orange Porcupine (I’d love any info you have on how to use this for inflammation especially- tincture? tea?)
    3. Herb Echinacea Purpurea
    4. Thyme ~ 800 seeds
    5. Chives Common
    6. Slo Bolt Cilantro
    7. Cayenne
    8. Cherokee Purple Tomato
    9. Squash
    10.Marketmore 76 Cucumber

    I’m excited to get planting ๐Ÿ˜‰ thanks!
    (captainmarkbecton is our paypal addy)

  2. says

    Thank you so much for your order! I will ship these out tomorrow. Happy planting! Let me know if you have any questions. I will definitely have to post on that calendula. ๐Ÿ™‚

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