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Marion Rutabaga - Annapolis Seeds
Marion Rutabaga (Out of stock)
Price: $3.00

(B. napus) - A great winter storage Rutabaga. Delicious mashed like potatoes, roasted or used in soups. I think rutabagas are perhaps one of the most dependable food sources that you can grow, they’re both high yielding and are seldom badly damaged by insects. Approx. 300 seeds (1 g)

-Grown by
Annapolis Seeds
French Breakfast Radish - Annapolis Seeds
French Breakfast Radish
Price: $3.00

Back again! - The perfect summer radish. 4 inches long roots are red with a white tip. Flavour is sweet and mild, with a crisp texture.

-Grown by Seed and Scarecrow Farm
Parade Green Onion - Annapolis Seeds
Parade Green Onion (Out of stock)
Price: $3.00

A lovely quick growing green onion that seemingly never bulbs out. They just get bigger and bigger. Great flavour, lovely strong green tops that don’t flop over in the field. Market grower favourite.

-Grown by Twisted Brook
Giant Musselburgh Leek - Annapolis Seeds
Giant Musselburgh Leek (Out fo stock)
Price: $3.00

A large, hardy winter leek, perfect for soups and stews. Stalks average 2-3 inches ion diameter. A Scottish heirloom that dates back to the 1830's. Start seeds indoors in late winter and transplant out in early May. Leeks are biennials and will produce beautiful spherical blooms that are beloved by bees in their second year. Approx. 200 seeds (0.5 g)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
King Richard Leek - Annapolis Seeds
King Richard Leek (Out of stock)
Price: $3.00

A tall and fast growing "summer" leek. King Richard matures earlier in the season than other varieties but is still very hardy and thrives in the cold. About 200 seeds, (0.5 g)

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm
Hollow Crown Parsnip (Out of stock)
Hollow Crown Parsnip (Out of stock)
Price: $3.00

One of the oldest heirloom varieties of parsnip, hollow crown is still hard to beat. Classically sweet and mild nutty flavour and robust, long white roots. While it takes a long season to grow parsnips, they are relatively care free once plants are bigger than the surrounding weeds and thinned to 3 inches apart. We like to leave most of them in the ground until late winter/early spring, then dig them up to enjoy their extra sweet flavour. Several hundred seeds

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm

Evergreen Hardy White Scallion - Annapolis Seeds
Evergreen Hardy White Scallion
Price: $3.00

(Allium fistulosum) A true scallion: perennial and never bulbing. Succession plant in the vegetable garden for green scallions all season long, and/or establish a perennial patch to divide for spring or fall scallions. 100 seeds

Grown by
Yonder Hill Farm
Rossa di Milano Onion - Annapolis Seeds
Rossa di Milano Onion
Price: $3.00

Heart shaped, short season red onion. Excellent fresh, thin them for delicious spring onions. When mature they're excellent in storage, keeping well into the next spring. A perfect all purpose red onion. 150+ seeds

Grown by Twisted Brook
Bleu de Solaize Leek - Annapolis Seeds
Bleu de Solaize Leek
Price: $3.00

This French heirloom is a favourite for winter storage. Blue-green leaves. Approx. 200 seeds (0.5 g)

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm
Gold Ball Turnip - Annapolis Seeds
Gold Ball Turnip
Price: $3.00

(B. rapa) - Smooth yellow skin and golden flesh. A true turnip, best planted in late-Summer/early Fall as they can bolt pre-maturely during the long days of summer. Gold Ball is an excellent keeper, and when picked young at 3" they're a tender and sweet salad turnip.

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm