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Lebanese Metki Cucumber - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Lebanese Metki Cucumber
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - C. melo - This awesome plant is a botanical oddball; it’s the same species as cantaloupe but looks and tastes much more like a cucumber. They’re finer fleshed than the average cuke, with subtle fruity notes. Popular in Lebanon, but very hard to find in Canada. Niki Jabbour generously shared these seeds with me a few years back, and I’m excited to be able to offer them this year! 25 seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds

Aztec Sweet Nicotiana - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Aztec Sweet Nicotiana
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - Calling these plants showy seems like an understatement; they grew to 6 feet and came to dominate their entire corner of the garden last year, with wave after wave of sweetly scented white blossoms. They didn’t stop until the hard frosts arrived at the end of September. Hummingbirds and butterflies love them also! Annual. Several hundred seeds

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Baby's Breath - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Baby's Breath
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - Gypsophila elegans - Fast growing annual, with masses of airy white blossoms. Despite it’s delicate appearance, Baby’s Breath is a tough plant, happy to grow in poor soil and not bothered by drought. I like to sow them indoors in April, and transplant them out late May for early summer blooms. 200+ seeds

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Upperground Sweetpotato Squash - Annapolis Seeds
Upperground Sweetpotato Squash
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - C. moschata - Huge sprawling vines with oddly shaped and monstrously sized fruit. Bigger specimens are too large to fit my arms around. They ripen from dark green to tan over the coarse of fall storage. The flesh is quite moist; better for soups than for baking. Their prolific nature also makes them popular as animal feed, and they’d make ridiculous jack-o-lanterns! 20 seeds

-Grown by Seed and Scarecrow Farm

Swamp Milkweed - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Swamp Milkweed
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - Swamp Milkweed is the better behaved cousin of Common Milkweed; They don’t spread through rhizomes the way Common Milkweed does. Both species are equally good monarch habitat. Also much loved by bees. A beautiful flower in its own right, Swamp Milkweed is very much at home in perennial flower beds and borders. 3-4’ tall. 50+ seeds

-Grown by Broadfork Farm

Moonflower Datura - Annapolis Seeds
Moonflower Datura
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - Datura inoxia - aka Devil’s Trumpet. This alluring shrub-like annual caught the eye of nearly everyone who visited the gardens last year. The white spiral trumpet flowers open in the evening, and by morning they have mostly closed back up. Following the blossoms, grow spiky seed pods. The pods are fascinating additions to dried arrangements, and they remain on the stalks in the garden for months, for late fall visual interest. 50+ seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds

One word of caution: all parts of this plant are poisonous, so keep in mind around kids and pets. Luckily, everything about them is fairly unappealing to eat.

Orlaya White Lace Flower - Annapolis Seeds
Orlaya (White Lace Flower)
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - Orlaya grandiflora - White lacy umbel flowers, which bloom above ferny foliage. A great addition to summer bouquets. Grows into a compact 2-3 foot bush, very at home in a flower border. Annual member of the carrot family. Also, their seeds look very cool!

-Grown by Broadfork Farm
Golden Zucchini - Annapolis Seeds
Golden Zucchini
Price: $3.00

Back again! C. pepo - Open pollinated yellow zucchinis are hard to find, and this is a winner. Highly productive bush plants grow 1-2 foot yellow zucchinis sometimes with striped green ends. Stays tender even when large. They're also excellent picked as baby squash. (Photo credits: Chris Sanford/Yonder Hill Farm) 15 seeds

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm
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
Crown Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Crown Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

New for 2019 - C. maxima - This heirloom variety is the quintessential table pumpkin of New Zealand. Luscious, deep-orange flesh. Sweet, dense and great for all kinds of baking. One of the very best eating pumpkins, with a much finer consistency compared to most North American varieties. Large sprawling vines. I brought this variety back from the collection of the Koanga Institute, after visiting in 2011. 15 seeds

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