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Easy Growing level: Beginner
Moderately difficult Growing level: Intermediate
Challenging Growing level: Advanced
Full sun Needs full sun
Tolerates shade Tolerates partial shade
Attracts pollinators Attracts pollinators
Attracts beneficials Attracts beneficial insects
Suitable for containers Suitable for container gardening
Heirloom seed Heirloom seed
Quebec-origin seed Seed grown in Québec

Flowers

Type Seed name Classification Description Packets
Phacelia Phacelia Boraginaceae: Phacelia tanacetifolia This 20-cm-tall flower is among the best bee-attracting blooms around (it also attracts hummingbirds!) Easy to grow, it also makes an excellent cover crop, and produces beautiful purple-blue flowers as well.
EasyTolerates shadeAttracts pollinatorsQuebec-origin seed
6 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet

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Herbs

Type Seed name Classification Description Packets
Basil Genovese Lamiaceae: Ocimum basilicum This is the best Italian pesto basil variety. Plants grow up to 24”/60 cm tall, with large leaves. Basil requires warm weather and sun, but can be grown equally well in containers or in the ground. Allowed to bolt, the small purple flowers attract pollinators.
EasyFull sunSuitable for containersAttracts pollinatorsAttracts beneficialsQuebec-origin seed
12 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet
Dill Bouquet Apiaceae: Anethum graveolens

This tall dill grows up to 36”/90cm tall and produces dark green ferny leaves and large cream-coloured flowering umbels. The seeds and leaves can be used for seasoning, while the flowers attract pollinators.

EasyFull sunAttracts pollinatorsAttracts beneficialsQuebec-origin seed

4 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Oregano Greek Lamiaceae: Origanum vulgare The best oregano for cooking, this variety is very hardy once established, although seeds may take awhile to germinate. Leaves can be used fresh or dried, and the pink and white flowers attract pollinators.
EasyFull sunSuitable for containersAttracts pollinators
6 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Parsley Curled Apiaceae: Petroselinum crispum This curled parsley variety is easy to grow and has a mild flavour, good for dishes such as tabbouleh.
EasyTolerates shadeSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed
8 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet

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Vegetables

Type Seed name Classification Description Packets
Beans-Bush Red Swan Fabaceae: Phaseolus vulgaris

These beans are an attractive pink-red colour, and turn green when cooked. Pods are 5”/13cm long, and stringless. 2, 5

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

1 packet/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Beans-Bush Snap Bush Mix Fabaceae: Phaseolus vulgaris

A delicious medley of green, yellow and purple bush beans. This mix grows easily, and will brighten your garden!

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

1 packet/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Beans-Drying Black Turtle Fabaceae: Phaseolus vulgaris

An heirloom from Mexico, this small black bean is central to that region’s traditional cuisines. Dwarf plants are easy to grow and productive.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

2 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Beans-Drying True Red Cranberry Fabaceae: Phaseolus vulgaris

This old New England heirloom produces large, plump red beans that resemble cranberries. They dry well, and have a rich flavour.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

1 packet/approx. 40 seeds per packet
Beans-Pole Rattlesnake Fabaceae: Phaseolus vulgaris

This hardy plant grows abundant amounts of long (8-10”/20-25cm) green beans attractively streaked with dark red. The beans are sweet and tender, and the plant is very hardy, tolerant of drought, heat, and humidity.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

2 packets/approx. 45 seeds per packet
Beets Cylindra Amaranthaceae: Beta vulgaris

An heirloom variety originating in Denmark, this beet is highly productive, with long roots between 6”-8”/15-20cm long and 2”/5 cm wide. They are very sweet and especially good for canning. The tops are also edible.

EasyTolerates shadeHeirloom seed

3 packets/approx. 40 seeds per packet
Broccoli Di Ciccio Brassicaceae: Brassica oleracea

This Italian variety produces smallish heads (3”-4”/6-8cm across), with abundant side shoots, which can be harvested for some time after the main head has been cut. This broccoli freezes especially well.

Moderately difficultTolerates shadeHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

18 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet
Cabbage Golden Acre Brassicaceae: Brassica oleracea

This heirloom cabbage is a small early variety, producing round green heads weighing 6½-8¾ lbs/3-4 kg. Very sweet and tender.

ChallengingFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

11 packets/approx. 30 seeds per packet
Cabbage Tokyo Bekana Brassicaceae: Brassica oleracea

An open-headed Chinese cabbage, this cabbage is often mistaken for lettuce due to its frilly leaves. It has a spinach-like flavour with slight pepper undertones, and can be eaten raw or cooked.

ChallengingFull sunQuebec-origin seed

22 packets/approx. 100 seeds per packet
Carrots Bolero Apiaceae: Daucus carota

Known for its uniform roots, these carrots also have an excellent flavour, good disease resistance, and store well.

EasyFull sun

1 packet/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Carrots Red Cored Chantenay Apiaceae: Daucus carota

A 19th century French heirloom, these carrots are about 6”/15cm at maturity, with a dark orange core. Good yielders, and they store well.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

4 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Carrots Scarlet Nantes Apiaceae: Daucus carota

Both early maturing and good for storing, these heirloom carrots grow to about 7”/18cm. They are orange and sweet and resist becoming woody.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

9 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Cauliflower Purple Cape Brassicaceae: Brassica oleracea

A beautiful variety of cauliflower that produces bright purple heads which keep much of their colour when cooked. A hardy, frost-resistant plant.

ChallengingFull sun

6 packets/approx. 20 seeds per packet
Celery Tall Utah Apiaceae: Apium graveolens

A big plant that produces thick, crisp stalks. Early, cold-hardy, and slow to bolt.

ChallengingFull sunHeirloom seed

13 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Corn-Popcorn Dakota Black Poaceae: Zea mays

A relatively easy to grow, early maturing corn, this heirloom plant produces striking black kernels that pop into white popcorn. Ears should be dried on the stalk for best popping.

Moderately difficultFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

6 packets/approx. 45 seeds per packet
Corn-Popcorn Tom Thumb Poaceae: Zea mays

This dwarf corn is an heirloom dating from the 1860s. It grows only 3’/1m high, and produces 1-2 4”/10cm cobs on each plant.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seed

1 packet/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Corn-Sweet Tuxana Poaceae: Zea mays

This sweetcorn variety has all white kernels, a complex flavour, and a creamy texture. Less sweet than many more modern varieties, it is nonetheless sweet and delicious.

Moderately difficultFull sunQuebec-origin seed

3 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Cucumbers Tourne-Sol Select Field Cucurbitaceae: Cucumis sativus

Developed by Ferme Tourne-Sol, located less than 25 kilometers from Macdonald Campus, this is an ultra-local variety! Produces medium-sized green cucumbers good for eating fresh.

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

11 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Ground Cherry Ground Cherry Solanaceae: Physalis pruinosa

Also known as Cape gooseberries, these small yellow fruits are closely related to the tomatillo, except they become sweet when ripe. Plants grow very large and sprawling, with lots of fruits.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

12 packets/approx. 20 seeds per packet
Kale Lacinato Brassicaceae: Brassica oleracea

Also known as dinosaur kale, this large kale variety grows up to 3’/1m tall, with long, elegant dark green leaves.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seed

4 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet
Kale Lacinato Rainbow Brassicaceae: Brassica oleracea

A cross between the large heirloom Lacinato kale and the curly Redbor, this is a beautiful and colourful variety. It is highly cold tolerant and very productive.

EasyFull sun

11 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet
Kale Red Russian Brassicaceae: Brassica oleracea This heirloom kale grows spiky green leaves with red veins and stems. The leaves are unusually tender, and are especially good for salads.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seed
10 packets/approx. 30 seeds per packet
Leeks King Richard Amaryllidaceae: Allium porrum

Big, uniform plants mature early, with the white stem reaching up to 12”/30cm tall. Mild flavour.

EasyFull sun

2 packets/approx. 35 seeds per packet
Leeks Lancia Amaryllidaceae: Allium ampeloprasum

Maturing much earlier than most leek varieties, this type is smaller than most, but with an excellent flavour.

EasyFull sun

3 packets/approx. 35 seeds per packet
Leeks Linnaea Amaryllidaceae: Allium ampeloprasum

Developed at Linnaea Farm in BC, this leek is bred to withstand cold and damp conditions. Large and productive.

EasyFull sun

3 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet
Lettuce Flashy Trout Back Asteraceae: Lactuca sativa

This beautiful romaine variety has bright green leaves splashed with maroon. Leaves are crispy, and can be used as baby leaf or full head. 27

EasyTolerates shadeQuebec-origin seed

12 packets/approx. 100 seeds per packet
Lettuce Green Deer Tongue Asteraceae: Lactuca sativa

Old heirloom from the Amish which has long pointed leaves growing in a distinctive pinwheel shape. It is slow to bolt even in hot weather, and the leaves remain sweet even fully mature.

EasyTolerates shadeHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

11 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Lettuce Pirat Asteraceae: Lactuca sativa

Sweet green leaves with red speckling form smallish dense heads. Easy to grow, cold-hardy, and resistant to a variety of diseases.

EasyTolerates shadeQuebec-origin seed

6 packets/approx. 100 seeds per packet
Lettuce Red Oak Leaf Cantarix Asteraceae: Lactuca sativa A beautiful red oakleaf lettuce which forms dense, upright heads. Like most lettuces, it prefers cool weather, but stands up unusually well in warm weather.
EasyTolerates shadeQuebec-origin seed
2 packets/approx. 25 seed pellets per packet
Melons-Muskmelons Petit Gris de Rennes Cucurbitaceae: Cucumis melo

This is a wonderful French heirloom cantaloupe, weighing 2-3 lbs/1-1.5 kg. Its orange flesh is very sweet, with a flavour reminiscent of brown sugar.

Moderately difficultFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

4 packets/approx. 14 seeds per packet
Mustard Greens Mighty Mustard Mix Brassicaceae: Brassica juncea

This blend contains many types of mustard greens, with flavours ranging from mild to extremely spicy. Leaves come in various shades of green and purple, and range from flat to frilly. Easy to grow and frost-hardy.

EasyFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

11 packets/approx. 200 seeds per packet
Mustard Greens Mizuna Brassicaceae: Brassica juncea

Smallish plants with thin, feathery leaves that can be harvested many times. It tolerates low sun, and has a flavour reminiscent of horseradish.

EasyTolerates shadeSuitable for containers

6 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Mustard Greens Purple Wave Brassicaceae: Brassica juncea

Large, purple-tinged dark green leaves have a strong, spicy flavour, which mellows when cooked. Slow to bolt and cold-tolerant.

EasyTolerates shade

28 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Mustard Greens Red Giant Brassicaceae: Brassica juncea

A giant Japanese mustard green, with big purple-red leaves. A strongly mustard-flavoured, spicy green, it is delicious cooked.

EasyTolerates shade

27 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Onions-Bulb Walla Walla Sweet Amaryllidaceae: Allium cepa

Originating in eastern Washington State, this onion tolerates cold weather well. It does not store well, but it is exceedingly sweet and caramelizes perfectly.

Moderately difficultFull sunQuebec-origin seed

3 packets/approx. 40 seeds per packet
Onions-Scallion Evergreen Bunching Amaryllidaceae: Allium fistulosum

A type of scallion, this onion is quick maturing, ready to be harvested in as few as 60 days. It is cold-tolerant, and will even overwinter in the ground if given sufficient protection.

EasyTolerates shade

13 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Orach Red Amaranthaceae: Atriplex hortensis

Also known as mountain spinach or arrach, this plant is typically grown as a summer alternative to spinach, as it does not bolt in hot weather. This variety grows 4-6’/1.2-1.9m high, with beautiful purple-red leaves.

EasyFull sun

2 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet
Pak Choi Shanghai Green Brassicaceae: Brassica rapa

A great baby pak choi, this compact plant is good for small spaces. It can be grown from early summer to fall.

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

7 packets/approx. 150 seeds per packet
Peas-Drying St-Hubert Fabaceae: Pisum sativum

First brought to Québec by the French, this pea variety dates from at least the 17th century. Peas are small and green, good for drying and making soup.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

8 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Alma Paprika Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

A Hungarian heirloom, this is the pepper that is dried and ground to make paprika. They are mild, and can also be eaten stuffed or fresh.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

1 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Big Fat Jalapeño Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

These large, thick-walled peppers start out green and slowly turn red, getting hotter as they mature. They are relatively mild however, especially when green. 32

EasyFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

8 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Black Hungarian Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

Sturdy plants produce abundant amounts of peppers, which start out green, then shiny black, becoming red when fully mature. About the size and shape of a jalapeño, they are a mild hot pepper.

Moderately difficultFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

22 packets/approx. 20 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Carrot Bomb Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

Bred by Ferme Tourne-Sol, less than 25km from Macdonald Campus, this pepper is small, round, and bright orange. Medium heat level.

EasyFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

14 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Chinese Five Colour Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

Perfect for indoor growing, these plants produce beautiful purple, cream, yellow, orange and red peppers all on the same plant! Edible, and very hot.

Moderately difficultFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

2 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Gordz Cherry Bomb Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

A mid-hot pepper, the small round fruits start out green and mature to bright red. They grow well indoors.

EasyFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

28 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Ho Chi Minh Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

These elongated orange cayenne-type peppers come from Vietnam, and are good either fresh or dried. Extremely prolific and very hot.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

9 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Peppers-Hot Lemon Drop Solanaceae: Capsicum chinense

A pretty, elongated bright yellow pepper from Peru, where it is an important part of the traditional cuisine. They are quite hot, similar to a cayenne pepper, and have a distinct citrusy flavour.

EasyFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

4 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Peppers-Sweet Sweet Chocolate Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

This sweet pepper starts out green, but matures to a deep brown. It is early to mature and prolific.

ChallengingFull sunQuebec-origin seed

22 packets/approx. 20 seeds per packet
Peppers-Sweet Violet Sparkle Solanaceae: Capsicum annuum

These small, conical peppers are strikingly beautiful, with shiny red and purple skins. They have thick walls and a sweet flavour. An heirloom from Russia, it is early maturing.

Moderately difficultFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

2 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Quinoa Rainbow Mix Amaranthaceae: Chenopodium quinoa

A blend of different quinoa varieties that produce red, orange, and yellow seed heads. Both attractive and tasty.

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

2 packets/approx. 250 seeds per packet
Radish Black Spanish Brassicaceae: Raphanus sativus

An heirloom dating at least to the mid-19th century, this unusual radish is large, with has black skin over white flesh. It has a peppery flavour and stores well over the winter.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seed

3 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Radish Daikon Brassicaceae: Raphanus sativus

These large (12-15"/30-38 cm) white radishes are a common ingredient in many Japanese and Korean dishes. They are crunchy and have a relatively mild flavour.

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

1 packet/approx. 37 seeds per packet
Radish French Breakfast Brassicaceae: Raphanus sativus

This beautiful heirloom variety is oblong with bright red skin, shading to white at the base. Easy to grow, fast-growing, with a pungent, spicy flavour.

EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

19 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet
Radish Rat Tail Brassicaceae: Raphanus sativus

Unusually, this variety is grown not for its roots, but for its seed pods, which form after the plant has flowered. The pods are about 6”/15cm long, with a spicy flavour, and are good stir-fried or pickled.

EasyFull sun

2 packets/approx. 30 seeds per packet
Radish Watermelon Brassicaceae: Raphanus sativus

A striking and unusual Chinese variety, this radish has white skin and green shoulders, covering a bright magenta inside. Best grown as a spring crop, as it will not form heads in warm weather.

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

8 packets/approx. 45 seeds per packet
Rapini Spring Raab Brassicaceae: Brassica rapa

Also known as broccoli raab, this heirloom variety resembles a leafier broccolini, with a slight bitter edge. The leaves, stems and heads are all edible, and good roasted. Frost hardy.

Moderately difficultFull sunHeirloom seed

8 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Rapini Sorrento Raab Brassicaceae: Brassica rapa

This is the fastest-growing rapini, quickly producing tender stems and small florets. It prefers cool weather and will bolt if it’s too hot.

EasyFull sun

9 packets/approx. 30 seeds per packet
Rutabaga Laurentian Brassicaceae: Brassica napobrassica

A delicious root vegetable with purple and white skins, this variety is easy to grow and keeps well.

EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed

17 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Salad Greens Basic Brassica Blend Mesclun Brassicaceae: Brassica spp.

A delicious blend of mild brassica greens, including tatsoi, mizuna, kales, and yukina. Easy to grow for either baby leaf greens or full-size. 

EasyTolerates shadeSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed

3 packets/approx. 150 seeds per packet
Salad Greens Garden Cress Brassicaceae: Lepidium sativum This peppery little green grows quickly, producing small edible leaves in under a week. It is frost-hardy and can be grown successfully in containers, even indoors given sufficient light.
EasyFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed
6 packets/approx. 250 seeds per packet
Salad Greens Golden Purslane (Portulacaceae: Portulaca oleracea A hardy succulent, this purslane has mild, lemony flavoured leaves and stems. It also produces small, attractive yellow flowers.
EasyFull sunSuitable for containersQuebec-origin seed
27 packets/approx. 40 seeds per packet
Salad Greens Rainbow Tatsoi Brassicaceae: Brassica rapa This small bok choy-like green grows beautiful green and purple leaves with red veins. Good cooked or raw. This variety was bred by Ferme Tourne-Sol.
EasyTolerates shadeQuebec-origin seed
16 packets/approx. 150 seeds per packet
Salad Greens Stir-Fry Blend Brassicaceae: Brassica juncea & rapa Containing 9 different varieties of greens, including mustard greens, kale, and pak choi, these seeds can be grown for baby greens or allowed to mature to full size. Cold tolerant and good for container growing.
EasyTolerates shadeQuebec-origin seed
5 packets/approx. 75 seeds per packet
Salad Greens Tatsoi Brassicaceae: Brassica rapa Similar to bok choy, but with a slightly more robust flavour, this Chinese green is grows small, glossy green leaves on thick white stems. Easy to grow and cold-tolerant.
EasyTolerates shadeQuebec-origin seed
6 packets/approx. 55 seeds per packet
Squash-Summer Golden Scallopini Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita pepo This bright yellow pattypan squash is productive and delicious. Fruits are especially good when picked small.
EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed
3 packets/approx. 14 seeds per packet
Squash-Winter Delicata Zeppelin Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita pepo A miniature variety of Delicata, these sweet potato-sized squashes are sweet and tasty. Productive plants yield 5-7 fruit apiece.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seed
6 packets/approx. 11 seeds per packet
Squash-Winter Spaghetti Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita pepo This squash is famous for its fibrous texture, making it the perfect substitute for pasta in low-carb or gluten-free dishes. High yielding, early maturing and good for smaller-space growing.
EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed
9 packets/approx. 12 seeds per packet
Squash-Winter Sweet Reba Acorn Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita pepo A small, compact, hardy plant well suited to smaller-space growing. The one to two pound squashes have a dark green skin and orange flesh, and are unusually sweet.
EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed
9 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Squash-Winter Waltham Butternut Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita moschata The classic butternut squash! Large sprawling plants produce tan squashes with bright orange flesh and a small seed cavity. Stores well for up to 6 months, excellent roasted or in soups.
EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed
3 packets/approx. 11 seeds per packet
Swiss Chard Rainbow Amaranthaceae: Beta vulgaris This variety is especially beautiful, growing yellow, white, pink, and red stems. Leaves are large, thick and green. Easy to grow and cold-hardy.
EasyTolerates shadeQuebec-origin seed
9 packets/approx. 25 seeds per packet
Tomatillo Purple Solanaceae: Physalis philadelphica A Mexican heirloom, this tomatillo is distinguished by its purple and green skin. Very hardy and easy to grow, these large plants produce abundant fruits, covered in a thin paper husk.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
4 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomatillo Toma Verde Solanaceae: Physalis philadelphica These large, sprawling plants are easy to grow and very productive. Fruits are bright green when ripe and covered in a papery husk. Ideal for Mexican cooking.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
6 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Cherry Galina Solanaceae: Lycopersicum pimpinellifolium This heirloom comes from Siberia, so it is cold-tolerant and early to mature, as well as highly productive. Small yellow fruits are moderately sweet with a thin skin.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
4 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Determinate Banana Legs Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum Big sprawling plants produce abundant elongated yellow tomatoes. They have thick walls, few seeds, and are good for making sauce, but just as good fresh.
EasyFull sunQuebec-origin seed
7 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Determinate Napoli a Fiaschetto Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum Small plum tomato variety from Naples. It is bred especially for sauce, paste, and drying.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
23 packets/approx. 20 seeds per packet
Tomato-Determinate Mac Pink Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum Mac Campus’s own tomato! This determinate tomato was developed at the Macdonald Campus Farm. Early yielding, it produces large numbers of sweet pink tomatoes.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
25 packets/approx. 20 seeds per packet
Tomato-Determinate Salt Spring Sunrise Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum Bred in British Columbia, this heirloom tomato is later maturing and loves heat. The medium-sized plants produce high yields of slightly flattened, red fruits.
Moderately difficultFull sunHeirloom seed
1 packet/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Green Zebra Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum A striking variety, this indeterminate plant produces tomatoes that are lime green with dark green stripes when ripe. Smallish fruits are sweet with a hint of tanginess, delicious fresh.
Moderately difficultFull sunQuebec-origin seed
24 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Hawkes Bay Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum An heirloom from New Zealand, this beefsteak variety produces big yellow tomatoes mid-season. Substantial texture and excellent flavour.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seed
2 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Jaune Flammé Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum An indeterminate variety that requires some support for best results, this plant produces lots of medium-sized, bright orange fruits which are delicious fresh.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seed
25 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Montreal Tasty Red Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum

This Québec heirloom variety is indeterminate, compact, and produces well in a short growing season. The medium-sized fruits are bright red and have a tangy flavour. Good fresh or for canning.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed

20 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Moskvich Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum Early season heirloom from Siberia. Fruits are medium-sized and red, with a delicious flavour.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
17 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Oxheart Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum These Italian heirlooms are big and juicy, great for both eating fresh and for cooking. The unusual heart shaped fruits grow abundantly on large vining plants.
Moderately difficultFull sunHeirloom seed
5 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Pollock Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum Bred in BC for productivity and earliness, this medium-sized round red tomatoes are delicious and abundant. Sprawling, blight-resistant plants will produce all summer.
EasyFull sun
1 packet/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Reisetomate Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum This highly unusual tomato is essentially composed of clusters of cherry tomatoes fused into one large, lumpy fruit. Individual “cherry tomatoes” can be pulled off one by one, leaving the rest of the fruit intact. The flavour is unusually tart and acidic.
EasyFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
12 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Tomato-Indeterminate Wapsipinicon Peach Solanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum An heirloom from the state of Iowa, this tomato is distinguished by its unusual skin, which is yellow and slightly fuzzy, just like a peach. It has a complex, sweet flavour.
Moderately difficultFull sunHeirloom seedQuebec-origin seed
9 packets/approx. 15 seeds per packet
Turnips Jaune Boule d'Or Brassicaceae: Brassica rapa This unusual turnip has golden skin and creamy yellow flesh and sweet flavour. It matures quickly, making it possible to plant both a fall and a spring crop.
EasyFull sun
7 packets/approx. 50 seeds per packet

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