Frog Pond Gardens(Lexington, Massachusetts)
Spice up your salads with arugula! Crisp leaves add peppery flavor. Each packet has 30 seeds.
Red Russian Kale Seeds
In addition to delicious flavor, nutritionists say kale is one of the best sources of vitamins and antioxidants! 30 seeds.
Soapwort / Bouncing Bet Flower Seeds
Heirloom flower whose stems & roots can be used to create gentle suds. Plants will spread in most soils. 30 seeds per packet.
Sugar Snap Peas
Oregon Spring Sugar Snap Peas - delicious early spring garden produce, eat pods right off the vines!
Black Eyed Susan
A classic perennial for your garden. These 2-3 foot flowers will re-seed themselves & are excellent cutting flowers for bouquets.
Chinese Yard Long Beans
Unique and packed with vitamins! The 20" beans make a tasty addition to stir fry dishes and soups. 6 foot vines are vigorous.
Humble, yet essential in gourmet cooking. Grow these on your windowsill all year round. 20 seeds per packet.
Glorious lemon-yellow flowers on 6 to 8 foot stalks. Ten blooms per stalk. 20 seeds.
Purple bell shaped flower on erect stems - blooms all summer in New England. 100 seeds per packet.
Bronze Fennell Seeds, Herb
Attractive plant w/ lacy bronze foliage, flowers attract butterflies, leaves and seeds used in cooking. 50 seeds per packet.
Christmas Lima Bean Seeds
This heirloom bean is from the 1840s and has wonderful dry seeds with maroon swirls. Each packet has 20 seeds.
Cook's Garden Seed Collection
Perfect for the gourmet cook on your list. This is a hand selected mix of 8 vegetable and herb seeds. Over 150 seeds!
We grew several new items in 2013! New flowers and veggies include: Indigo Rose tomatoes, Christmas Lima Beans, Kentucky Wonder Pole Green Beans, Brown Mustard Seeds (grow your own mustard seeds to make stone ground mustard), Leeks, Rose Mallow and Black Eyed Susan. We are featuring easy to grow heirloom tomatoes such as Cherokee Purple, Black and my personal favorite, Japanese Black Trifele. At Frog Pond Gardens we use natural methods to grow flowers and vegetables by hand. We sell our vegetable seeds and flower seeds. We do not use chemicals or genetically modified (GMO) seeds. Our gardens are next to our 200 year old home in historic Lexington, MA, and yes, we DO have a frog pond. We maintain the gardens using natural methods including our own compost, fish emulsion, and integrated pest management with no pesticides. Some of our seeds are in the Slow Food USA "Ark of Taste" programs.
Frog Pond Gardens has a minimum purchase of $2.00.