Seeds By Design

Seeds By Design

Seeds By Design

4599 McDermott Rd.; P.O. Box 602
Maxwell, CA 95955
530-438-2126; fax 530-438-2171
www.seedsbydesign.com

Albino

Albino

Albino is a gorgeous white beet variety originally from the Eastern block. Roots are smooth and white, with few hairs. Tops are green with a bright white stem. These tops can be used for baby leaf production, as well. Grow white, golden, red, and striped beets for a gourmet mixture for restaurants and specialty markets. 

Darkness

Darkness

Twenty days baby, 50 days to full maturity for lettuce Darkness, a triple red lolla rossa selection. Leaves are curled very fine with bright red color even in low light conditions. Darkness is well suited for baby leaf production, as well as mini and bunching. This variety is very slow to bolting and holds well in the field.

Galuex d'Eysines

Galuex d’Eysines

Galuex d’Eysines matures in 95 to 100 days. Raised bumps over the skin surface make this pumpkin a novelty. Skin is pink with beige bumps that resemble peanuts. Shaped like a wheel of cheese, this French heirloom adds color and texture to fall displays. 

Mibuna

Mibuna

This unique strapped leaf Asian green is a perfect addition to any braising mix. The long thin leaf shape resembles Italian dandelion. Mibuna is much easier to grow and defiantly faster to produce than dandelion. With a very mild and pleasant mustard flavor, this variety also is excellent in fresh salads for restaurants.  

Mini Magic

Mini Magic

Mini Magic is a component blend of three miniature hubbard squash. All varieties weigh between 3 and 5 pounds and have semi-bush habits. You can purchase this variety mixed or separately. Ask for Blue Magic, Orange Magic, or Green Magic if you wish to plant separately.  

Parrot

Parrot

Dark-green, semi-savoyed leaves contrast nicely with the white, sturdy stems. Parrot works as a green chard for baby leaf production, as well as for bunching. Originally from Italy, this variety is packed with flavor and nutrients. We also offer many additional colored chards.

Summercicle

Summercicle

Summercicle features 5-inch-long, smooth, cylindrical roots with rhubarb pink skin and white flesh. A gem of a variety from Northern China, it is slow bolting and has a unique sweet/pungent flavor. Summercicle matures in about 30 days and can be planted for year-round production. 

Tokyo Bekana

Tokyo Bekana

Beautiful spring green color adds dimension to any salad blend or braising mix. Tokyo Bekana is a very fast maturing Asian leafy vegetable that can be used for micro, salad, or braising greens. The thick, surprisingly sweet leaves look almost like lettuce at first. Because it is a mustard species, the leaves hold up well to washing and shipping.  

White Ace

White Ace

White Ace is a true white acorn, maturing in 70 days. The fruit weigh about 2 pounds and have excellent shape and uniformity. Flesh is sweet and full flavored and is excellent baked. Plant White Ace with gold, green, and multi-colored acorns for a striking variation in the produce bin. 

 

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