Row 7

Row 7 Vegetable Seeds (Set of 4)

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Row 7

Row 7 Vegetable Seeds (Set of 4)

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Good things come in small packets.

Over ten years ago, chef Dan Barber challenged vegetable breeder Michael Mazourek to create a better butternut. Now, their organic seed company offers varieties that have been carefully selected by plant breeders for maximum deliciousness, so they’ll sprout into nutrient-dense vegetables like you’ve never tasted ’em. Imagine butternut squash that’s so packed with flavor, it doesn’t need a smidge of sugar—or a cucumber that tastes not watery, but bold and crisp. (Row 7 even shared a few recipes with us to get you started.) You’re getting a nice mix of produce here: two kinds of squash, cucumbers, and a colorful snow pea blend. Better save a special spot in the garden.

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More on that produce…

  • 898 Squash, a single-serving squash that’s brimming with sweetness, is descended from the Honeynut variety that started Row 7’s journey in the field and kitchen, created with the help of Cornell University professors.
  • Tetra Squash is a versatile delicata with four different flavor profiles, depending on when you pick it (immature fruit, young stems, blossoms, or mature squash).
  • 7082 Cucumber may be pint-sized, but it packs a punch. It has a little bitterness that goes a long way, and it just so happens to help deter pests too.
  • Trial Snow Pea Mix combines purple Beauregarde peas with the green, wavy pods you’ve come to know and love. What you won’t expect? The burst of flavor that’s hiding inside ’em.

Meet the Maker

Row 7

NEWBURGH, NY
Row 7 isn’t your average seed company: It’s built by chefs, farmers, and breeders who believe that deliciousness can change the world. Rather than selecting for yield, uniformity, or shelf life, they’re starting with what produces big-wow flavor. We’d tell you it’s all non-GMO and certified organic, but you probably knew that already.
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