Amy Huston is selling organic garden seed sale to benefit the LEIC and the PIB Environmental Club. See details below for how to order and what seeds are available. Deadline January 20, 2017
Contact Amy Huston On-island delivery.
credit card order: call or text over phone — 802/477-2091
personal check to Amy Huston, Box 304, Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456
Ordering Deadline Saturday, January 20th
2017 Certified NonGMO ORGANIC SEEDS $3.00/PKT.
Benefits the Lake Erie Islands Conservancy and Put-in-Bay School Environmental Club
BUSH GREEN BEANS Provider (50 days) high early yields Best selling variety
YELLOW SWEET CORN Ashworth (72 days) germinates in cool soil. 6-7″ ears.
SNOW PEA Oregon Giant 60 days) Sweet wide 4–5″ pods, stake 3–4′ vines.
SNAP PEAS Sugar Ann (58 days) sow early, fades in heat
MUSKMELON Jenny Lind (76 days) Spindly vines, prolific bearer, 1 lb., green flesh.
WATERMELON Blacktail Mountain (71 days) orange red fruit, Early
CUCUMBER LittleLeaf H-19 Pickling (60 days) Sets fruit without pollination,prolific
CUCUMBER Marketmore 76 (63 days) 8 inchgreen, vines vigorous through season.
ACORN SQUASH Sweet Reba (90 days) compact bush, 1 pound, high sugar content
DELICATA WINTER SQUASH (100 days) Zeppelin heirloom l lb fruit
BUTTERNUT SQUASH Waltham (105 days) 9″fruits, 4–5 lb. Orange flesh.
PUMPKIN Winter Luxury(100 days) orange skin & flesh, 7–8 lb fruits, pumpkin pie.
SQUASH Galeux d’Eysines (98 days) warted 15 lb flat pumpkin, orange flesh
CARROT Danvers 126 (75 days) half long at 7: orange, more tolerant of clay soil
BEET Early Wonder Tall Top (48 days) Plant early, purple greens
BEET Touchstone Gold (55 days) golden beet with long green tops, sweet
LEEK King Sleg (84 days) early. 6″ long, 3″ wide, can overwinter
SPINACH Winter Bloomsdale (47 days) dark green tolerates temperature extremes
SPINACH Bloomsdale Open pollinated standard crinkled leaf bolts in summer heat
LETTUCE Black Seeded Simpson (42 days) green, sow early as ground can be worked
LETTUCE Really Red Deer Tongue(48 days) deep red, contrasting veins, early spring
LETTUCE Red Eared Butterheart, (56 days)vigorous, red leaves, green veins
ROMAINE LETTUCE Pandero (63 days) purple, sow early, harvest small, bolts
ARUGULA (47 days) resistant to cold weather
CHARD Red Rhubarb (59 days) crimson stalks, dark green leaves, hardy
PAC CHOY Prize Choy (50 days) 15-18″, celery-like white stems, vase shaped, stir fry
BROCCOLI Fiesta (86 days) F-1 Hybrid, green small tightly-domed multiple heads
KALE Vates Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch (56 days), 12-16″ plants
EGGPLANT Diamond (78 days) 2 foot with 12 oz. fruit clusters, good in cold climate
PEPPERS Peacework (65 days) thick walled medium sized, up to 6 per plant
HOT PEPPERS Hinkelhatz (88 days) 1 in. peppers, nearly as hot as habaneros
TOMATO Cosmonaut Volkov (65 days) early, 8-12 oz . globes deep red
TOMATO German Johnson (80 days) heirloom, pink, meaty, 10-16 oz., sandwich size
TOMATO Amish Paste (85 days) oxheart shaped, 8 oz., high producing
CHERRY TOMATO Jasper Hybrid (60 days) deep red, prolific, disease resistant
BASIL Sweet (70 days) heavy yields, fresh, dried, pesto
DILL Bouquet (55 days) sweet finely cut leaves for your pickle jars.
OKRA Cajun Jewel (65 days) 3-4 foot plants with 7 inch pods
Contact Amy Huston to order: