Herb & Vegetable Seeds (Set of 10)
How does your garden grow?
Ring spring in with a seed starter set for ten different herbs and vegetables, from Hudson Valley Seed Company. Grow your own tender spinach, meaty tomatoes, and licorice-y basil, and you’ll have the most popular salad on the block! The set comes with 1 seed packet each of: spinach, beets, golden tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, cilantro, scallions, basil, parsley, and thyme. The seeds are sustainably grown in the U.S.A. and ready to get growing in your backyard!
- Contains: Each packet contains anywhere from 25 to 500 seeds, depending on the variety. A majority of seeds are certified organic and are noted as such. Set includes (1) packet of each variety for a total of (10) varieties:
Bloomsdale Spinach: Large, tender, dark green leaves that thrive in winter and spring. Certified organic.
Brilliant Beet Blend: A blend of colorful beets, golden and purple and more. Certified organic.
Goldie Tomato: An heirloom tomato poster child. Sweet, glowing, meaty, and juicy.
Danvers Carrot: A delectably sweet, crunchy heirloom carrot. Certified organic.
Homemade Pickle Cucumber: Crunchy cukes perfect for the pickle crock. Certified organic.
Cilantro: A versatile, flavor-packed herb that bounces from Indian to Thai to Mexican and beyond. Certified organic.
Evergreen Scallion: A year-long garden friend, for an onion-y bite any time. Certified organic.
Genovese Basil: Thick, deep green leaves with a licorice flavor, perfect for pesto. Certified organic.
Gigante d'Italia Parsley: More than a garnish, a large variety that’s especially bright. Certified organic.
German Thyme: An easy-to-grow, year-round garden staple for soups, roasts, and the like.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
All seeds are sustainably grown in America; 30% in the Hudson Valley region of New York and the remainder throughout the contiguous United States.
Care & Notes
Seed starting instructions are printed on each seed pack, so you know exactly when to sow and exactly how to sow! Store in a cool, dry, dark place.
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