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Tokyo Bekana - Annapolis Seeds
Tokyo Bekana
Price: $2.00

New for 2018 - (B. rapa) Mild and tender asian mustard, this one reminds me of a mustard trying really hard to be a lettuce. The large ruffled leaves are quite sweet, and they don’t turn bitter or mustard-y in warm weather. They make a great base for salads, and also good sautéed like bok choy. Cold hardy and fast growing, ideal planted in late summer for fall and winter harvests. 250 seeds (1 g)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Scarlet Kale - Annapolis Seeds
Scarlet Kale
Price: $2.00

New for 2018 - (B. oleracea) The deepest, darkest open-pollinated red kale I’ve seen. Somewhat slower and less vigourous than other varieties, but they make up for it with in beauty and hardiness. Makes an irresistible red kale salad. Approx. 125 seeds (0.5 g), Limited Supply

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Bear Necessities Kale - Annapolis Seeds
Bear Necessities Kale
Price: $2.00

New for 2018 - (B. napus) The frilliest kale I've seen yet. The young leaves start out looking similar to Red Russian, but quickly develop into super frills. Mostly red-blushed green in colour, but the plants can vary. Sweet and tender, and extremely cold hardy. A newer variety, developed by Tim Peters from a rare inter-species cross of Russian/Siberian Kale and Mizuna. The Mizuna parentage gives it some extra tenderness. Approx. 250 seeds (1 g)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Morris Heading Collards - Annapolis Seeds
Morris Heading Collards
Price: $2.00

New for 2018 - (B. oleracea) Traditional green in the Southern states, but Collards are also very happy grown in colder climates like Nova Scotia. The smoother flatter cousin of Kale, and used in many of the same ways. Tolerant of hot weather, but also very cold hardy. They keep chugging along in our greenhouse all through the winter months. Although the name implies that it forms loose heads, I’ve only seen this one grow with open leaves, like kale. Approx. 250 seeds (1 g)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Green Tatsoi - Annapolis Seeds
Green Tatsoi
Price: $2.00

New for 2018 - (B. rapa) The standard tatsoi; low rosettes of round leaves with crunchy stems. Easy and cold hardy, great for fall and winter growing. Approx. 250 seeds (1 g)

-Grown by Seed and Scarecrow Farm, Belleisle, NS
Rainbow Tatsoi - Annapolis Seeds
Rainbow Tatsoi
Price: $2.00

New for 2018 - (B. rapa) Tall upright leaves, and crunchy stems. Makes excellent salads when young, and grows into beautiful heads for sauteeing. Not truly a rainbow, but shades of purple and green. Each plant is a different shade, some more purple blushed and others more green. Approx. 250 seeds (1 g)

-Grown by Seed and Scarecrow Farm, Upper Granville, NS
Dutch Broadleaf Cress - Annapolis Seeds
Dutch Broadleaf Cress
Price: $2.00

New for 2018 - Large and wavy spicy green leaves. Very different than regular garden cress, this one has been bred for extra large leaves and much sweeter flavour, especially in winter. Like candy wasabi! Among the hardiest of salad greens. Best grown in the cool months of the year, cress is especially good overwintered in a cold frame or greenhouse.

-Grown by Twisted Brook

Biquinho Pepper - Annapolis Seeds
Biquinho Pepper
Price: $3.00

New for 2018 - Meaning “Little Beak” in Portuguese, this is a unique variety from Brazil. Moderately hot, with lots of fruity flavour. The compact plants are great for container growing. Ours only grew about 18” tall, but each produced well over 100 little fruit. Great for drying, and also pickling; which is the traditional way to eat these in Brazil. 20 seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Inca Berry - Annapolis Seeds
Inca Berry
Price: $3.00

New for 2018 - (Physalis peruviana) aka Golden Berry, Cape Gooseberry. Although they look similar to their popular Ground Cherry cousins, the flavour of Inca Berries are very different. Intensely tart and sweet, and very fruity. Quite unlike any fruit I’ve tried before. Amazing fresh, dried or preserved into jams or compote. The fruit will store in their husks for a surprisingly long time. Later to mature than ground cherries, the plants should be started early, and ideally given protection from early Fall frosts to maximize production. 20 seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
Zapotec Pink Ribbed Tomato
Zapotec Pink Ribbed Tomato
Price: $3.00

New for 2018 - Huge and heavily ribbed beefsteak. Perfect for slicing on sandwiches but also meaty enough to make great sauce. 20 seeds - Limited supply

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds