Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

(Mineral, Virginia)
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Summer Squash Seeds - Tromboncino - Organic
(From: $2.75 )

Heirloom. Mottled green fruits grow long, curving to a bell at one end. Harvest at 8-10" long when flavor is fine and sweet.

Celery Seeds - Tall Utah Celery - Organic
($2.50 )

USDA Certified Organic. 30 in. plants are medium dark green, with 12 in. crisp, tender and tasty stalks.

Collard Seeds - Champion - Organic
(From: $2.50 )

A Vates type collard with increased bolt-resistance, darker blue-green foliage, and enhanced winter hardiness.

Kale Seeds - Siberian - Organic
(From: $2.50 )

Good basic kale, 24-30 in. tall, tender leaves are light green and ruffled, thick white stems.

Spinach Seeds - Bloomsdale - Organic
(From: $2.25 )

One of the most popular spinach varieties, favored by chefs. Crinkled glossy dark-green leaves.

Herb Seeds - St. Johnswort
($2.35 )

Woody stems, balsam scented leaves and clusters of yellow, lemon-scented flowers. Anti-viral, anti-depressive.

Herb Seeds - Woad - Organic
($2.75 )

Used as a dye plant for over 2000 years, woad leaves produce a natural blue dye. Attractive plant with blue-green leaves.

Bibb Lettuce Seeds - Capitan - Organic
(From: $2.50 )

Excellent heat and cold tolerance plus resistance to lettuce mosaic virus. One of our personal favorites.

Cherry Tomato Seeds-Matt's Wild Cherry-Org.
(From: $2.75 )

Plants bear loads of intensely sweet and flavorful 1/2 in. deep red cherry tomatoes. Plants are vigorous and sprawling.

Collard Seeds - Georgia Green-Organic
($2.75 )

Heirloom. Resistant to heat and frost, and grows well on poor soil. The open, loose heads are best harvested after frost.

Edamame Soybean Seeds - Lanco - Organic
(From: $2.75 )

Heirloom. Large green seeds, mild nutty sweet flavor. Hardy plants may grow 3-4 ft. tall if seeded early.

Southern Pea Seeds-Pinkeye Purple Hull-Org.
($2.75 )

6-7 in. dark purple pods, buff-colored peas with purple or pink eyes. For canning, freezing, or fresh eating. Very popular.

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange is a worker-owned cooperative that specializes in heirloom and open-pollinated seeds. Our mission is to ensure that people retain control of the food supply, that genetic resources are conserved, and that gardeners have the option of saving their own seeds. We are committed to genetic preservation. All of our seeds are either certified organic or produced ecologically by small growers who have opted to forgo the costly certification process. We encourage seed saving, and offer supplies and information to seed savers. We grow at least 40% of our own seed. This is one of the highest percentages in the mail order seed trade. We emphasize quality customer service and guarantee 100% satisfaction. We hope our seeds bring abundance to your gardens!

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