Floral Pattern
Floral Pattern

Unusual Seeds for Adventurous Gardners

Mexican Sour Gherkins

Prolific cucamelons are great for snacking and lunchboxes.

Oyster Leaf

This Scottish perennial looks as good as it tastes.

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Broom Corn

Broom corn, a sorghum, is used mostly for decorative brooms and ornaments but it is edible and useful as a flour.

Chinese Red Noodle Beans

Bring some color to your bean garden with these long, prolific Chinese Red Noodle beans.


Sorrel is a stunner and a good early spring green.

Ground Cherries

Ground cherries are prolific and have a unique flavor.


Cardoons have beautiful flowers and are grown for their stalks. They are similar to artichokes.


Perilla makes a great hot-weather growing green.

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