Open Pollinated Var.

Open pollinated varieties are pollinated by nature, wind, bees and insets to produce seed for their off spring that will be exactly like they are. Seed can be saved from open pollinated varieties. All heirloom varieties are open pollinated but some open pollinated varieties have not been existance long enough to be an heirloom. The difference between our heirloom and open pollinated varieties is how long they have been in existance. Our heirloom varieties have been grown by gardeners for over 100 years.  CLICK ON THE PHOTOS OR THE VARIETY HEADINGS BELOW TO SEE A COMPLETE PLANT DESCRIPTION.

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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,...

$1.89
Parsnip: Hollow Crown #53 Parsnip: Hollow Crown #53

2g (Approx. 330 to 340 seeds)

This open pollinated, heirloom variety has been grown in the US since at least the 1850's and is still very popular among gardeners in the know. Mild, smooth, snow white roots are fine-...

$1.79
Peppers: California Wonder 300 #63 Peppers: California Wonder 300 #63

Net Wt. 400mg (Approx. 65 to 70 seeds)

An open pollinated variety that performs well in areas with a cool, short season but in Alaska still must be grown in a greenhouse. A prolific variety that produces heavy,...

$1.79
Peppers: Hungarian Yellow Wax # 83 Peppers: Hungarian Yellow Wax # 83

Net Wt. 400mg (Approx. 35 to 40 seeds)

An old world. open pollinated, heirloom from Hungary that was first brought to the US in 1932. The dependable and productive, early, spicy, northern pickling variety is a cold...

$1.79
Pumpkin, Connecticut Field Pumpkin: Connecticut Field #103

4 g (Approx. 25 to 30 seeds)
An open pollinated heirloom variety domesticated by the Indians before the pilgrims arrived in North America. Noted for dependable yields with a history that predates 1700. The hefty orange...

$1.79
Pumpkin, Small Sugar Pumpkin: Small Sugar #93

3g (Approx. 28 to 32 seeds)

An open pollinated heirloom pumpkin, a smaller and earlier cousin to Connecticut Field and first offered by Burpee Seed in 1887. The earliest maturing pumpkin in Alaska but still...

$1.79
Radish: Champion #113 Radish: Champion #113

5g (Approx. 460 to 470 seeds)

All-America Selections Winner, 1957 A main season, open pollinated variety that produces excellent crops of large, round, crisp, solid, brilliant scarlet red, flavorful roots...

$1.69
Radish, Cherry Belle Radish: Cherry Belle #133

Net Wt. 5g (Approx. 460 to 470 seeds)

All-American Selections Winner, 1949. A round, smooth, red-skinned, open pollinated variety that produces roots 3/4 inches across with crisp, white, firm, good...

$1.69
Organic Radish: Cherry Belle #399 Radish: Cherry Belle, Organic Seed #399

3.5g (Approx. 425 to 450 seeds)

Organic certified seed for an All American Selections, 1949 variety that often produces the first radishes in spring. An early, round, smooth, red-skinned, open...

$2.29
Radish: Crimson Giant #193 Radish: Crimson Giant #193

5g (Approx. 460 to 470 seeds)

The largest early radish produces 1 ½ to 2 inch globe shaped roots that are deep-crimson in color with solid, crisp, mild, white flesh in only 28 days from planting in Alaska. The open...

$1.69
Radish: Early Scarlet Globe #153 Radish: Early Scarlet Globe #153

5g (Approx. 460 to 470 seeds)

An ideal early, open pollinated variety that is excellent for home use and the market gardener. It produces solid roots that have a slightly elongated globe shape. The crisp, white, flavorful...

$1.69
Radish: French Breakfast #173 Radish: French Breakfast #173

5g (Approx. 460 to 470 seeds)

An open pollinated heirloom of French origin listed by James J. H. Gregory of Marblehead, Massachusetts as early as 1875. Round radishes are fairly new to the vegetable scene and were...

$1.69
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