Seeds have been grown on Linnaea Farm for as long as anyone can remember. They have always been traded and passed on. The seeds offered here are some of our very favorite, grown on Linnaea Farm for years, and are perfectly adapted to our Pacific Northwest climate. Click on the image for a description of the seed and what it produces!
(C. pepo) (aka Thelma Sanders Sweet Potato) good keeper ‘better than sweet potatoes.’ 85-90 days.
Rembrandt Snow Pea ~ Pisum sativum (OP) 60-70 days Plants stay vigorous and peas have excellent quality and very sweet flavour that yields all summer if kept picked
Linnaea Leek ~ Allium porrum Linnaea Farm winter garden favorite for the past 25 years. Excellent over-winter variety. Cold and damp hardy. Harvest from fall to late spring
Gramma Walters Dry Pole Bean(OP) 80-90 days A speckled, dry pole bean with heavy yield of beautiful, meaty beans. Grown on Linnaea Farm for longer than anyone can remember. Needs 6 feet to climb.
Double Standard Sweet Corn ~ Zea mays (OP) 73 days Beautiful white and yellow speckled sweet corn. 7-8 feet. Heavy yielding. Germinates well in cool soil Sweet and tender with good old-fashioned corn flavour. Based on two North American heirloom corn varieties
Show-stopping colours, that makes the most delicious, fragrant cornmeal to turn into tortillas, polenta or cornbread
Spectacular french- climbing type makes enormous purple pods. Pods stay tender and stringless, even at 10 inches long! The rose-purple of the blooms contrast nicely with the rich, deep purple of the developing pods. Vigorous, productive vines reach a moderate 9 feet in height. The richly-flavored pods are best appreciated when used fresh off the vines. This heirloom originally from Germany, and has been grown on Linnaea Farm for 15+years.