Wild Arugula was Grown for centuries around the Mediterranean, this authentic wild arugula comes to us straight out of Italy. This strain is much stronger in both flavor and aroma than standard cultivated arugula.
Recorded as being grown at the Red River Settlement in Manitoba and then first offered commercially in 1866 by James J. H. Gregory & Sons of Marblehead, Massachusetts. These compact cabbage plants produce 8-10″ slightly elongated.
Introduced in 1893 by Johnson & Stokes Seed Company. Vigorous vines bear round 7-8 pound fruits. Still regarded as one of the very best pie pumpkins. Sweet, pale orange flesh makes a velvety smooth pie.
Yellow Indian Woman Beans were Originally brought to Montana by European immigrants, a rare heirloom that is now found in Native American communities. Under ideal growing conditions, you can go from seed to bean in as little as 65 days.