Heirloom Varieties

GARDEN NATURES WAY Open pollinated heirloom varieties are proven by the test of time. They are simply a taste of the past. Still popular after 100 years, these open pollinated varieties have been prized by gardeners for generations. Denali Seed has a large enough selection of Alaska proven heirloom varieties to plant an entire garden. CLICK ON THE PHOTOS OR THE VARIETY HEADINGS BELOW TO SEE THE COMPLETE PLANT DESCRIPTION.

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Arugula Herb / Salad Green: Arugula, Organic Seed #209

Net Wt. 650 mg (Approx. 290 to 310 seeds)

Organic seed for an open pollinated heirloom native to the Mediterranean region that has been grown as a vegetable since Roman times. Arugula a member of...

$2.29
Garlic Chives (Gow Choy) #111 Herb, Garlic Chives (Gow Choy) #111

500mg (Approx. 130 to 140 seeds)

An open pollinated, heirloom, garlic scented perennial from Siberia that overwinters in much of Alaska. An herb grown for its flattened leaves, which are chopped up and used as a seasoning...

$1.89
Herb, Chives #55 Herb: Chives #55

500mg (approx. 450 to 460 seeds)

An onion-scented, hardy, open pollnated, heirloom herb that is native to Alaska and over-winters in most of the state, a must for every vegetable garden. A plant that is grown for its...

$1.89
Herb, Dill, Bouquet #75 Herb: Dill, Bouquet #75

1g (Approx. 660 to 670 seeds)

A large, 2 1/2-foot tall heirloom, a member of the carrot family, of which the leaves, flower tops and seed are used as a seasoning. Dill can be grown indoors as a pot herb. The leaves and...

$1.89
Herb: Oregano vulgare #275 Herb: Oregano vulgare #275

200mg (Approx. 470 to 480 seeds)

A open pollinated, heirloom that is native to the Mediterranean region and grown an an annual in Alaska. A popular and attractive shrub-like, 2 to 2 1/2 foot perennial grown for its...

$1.89
Kale, Dwarf Green Curled Kale: Dwarf Blue Curled #402

Net Wt. 1.8 g (Approx. 400 to 420 seeds)

A dwarf open pollinated heirloom that dates before 1865. A easy to grow, hardy, very compact plant that matures at 12 to 18 inches. The blue-green, densely curled leaves are tender...

$1.89
Kale: Red Russian #392 Kale: Red Russian #392

Net Wt. 1.8g (Approx. 420 to 430 seeds)

An open pollinated heirloom originally from Siberia that was brought to Canada by Russian traiders around 1885. When young, the showy red frilled leaves with wavy margins and purple...

$1.89
Kale: Tuscany Black #4022 Kale: Tuscany Black #4022

Net wt. 1.8g (approx. 340 to 370 seeds)

NEW FOR 2016. Grow the same great kale that has been a mainstay of Italian cuisine for a couple centuries. An old fashioned, open pollinated variety that delivers...

$1.89
Kohlrabi, White Vienna #412 Kohlrabi: Early White Vienna #412

1.5g (Approx. 310 to 320 seeds)

An open pollinated heirloom that dates to before 1860. An early, dwarf variety that produces an enlarged stem that is like a round above ground bulb that has very smooth, greenish-...

$1.89
Kohlrabi, Purple Vienna #239 Kohlrabi: Purple Vienna, #239

Net Wt. 1.5 g         (Approx. 290 to 300 seeds)            Early, dwarf, open pollinated heirloom introduced to the US prior to...

$1.89
Lettuce, Leaf: Oakleaf # 522 Lettuce, Leaf: Oakleaf #522

Net Wt. 1.5 g (approx. 950 to 960 seeds)

An easy to grow open pollinated American heirloom introduced by Vilmorin Seed Company in 1771. The plant is very ornamental and at one time it was also known as...

$1.99
Onion, Bunching: He-Shi-Ko #131 Onion, Bunching: He-Shi-Ko #131

1.25g (Approx. 480 to 490 seeds)    

An open pollinated, Japanese heirloom perennial bunching onion grown as an annual in Alaska. A main season variety that produces long, slender, silvery-white,...

$1.99
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