Peace Seedlings 2020 Seedlist
We reflect on the process of growing food and seeds while breeding and selecting for a diverse and nourishing future in a time of complex social and environmental dynamics. In the winter of 1996/1997 our garden experienced a “100 year flood”. We know we are in a flood plain and that is part of why it is fertile. April 10, 2019 we woke up to another flood this one higher than in 96. Apparently they are 22 year floods now?! Canoeing a 5 lane highway to our garden might have been one of the most adrenaline filled scary moments of our lives. We were confident canoeing but we had no idea what to expect to see at our garden. We had prepared for the projected “minor flood” but woke up at 2am to a serious flood and it was still on the rise. 3 miles of Highway 34 was part of the Willamette river, and our garden in the middle. Our minds heavy thinking of our beloved 2 cats, 6 chickens, and a few thousand starts. All of the ground we garden was under water, our greenhouses had around 4-5 ft of water flowing through them. We were lucky. Cats had swam to trees. Our wood-framed tables floated, so starts were receiving an aquapocics experiment you would never want to recreate. The plants in the ground were not as lucky, as some parts of the garden took 2 weeks to drain. A serious setback in Mid April to some of the breeding work in peas we hoped to offer this year. Big Thanks to everyone who helped the cleanup aftermath!
We hope 2020 brings a clear vision of the path forward. Growing and preserving diversity is what sustains us through difficult times. It has been 25 years since the concept of “Kinship Gardening” was published for the Public Domain by Peace Seeds! It is a critical method of preserving biodiversity while allowing the most possiblity for adaptation and evolution. We need more collabortion and LAND to effectivly do this. It has been 30 years since Peace Seeds did some of the first analysis of Free Amino Acids in Vegetables and herbs. This groundbreaking work is still not part of the common breeding or nutrition programs. We need more collaboration to do nutritional analysis for the public domain. This is the only way to select for more than what we can see and taste. Carotanoids and anthocyanins are the beginning, but nutrition is much deeper.
We grow everything organikally, the K is for know your farmer and know your source. All varieties are bred and selected by us, open-pollinated and public domain, some very new, and others very old, trusted selected heirlooms. Squash and zucchini are hand pollinated to insure true cultivars. In our continuing work of preserving heirlooms at the same time as breeding new varieties, occasional crossing happens (less then 1%). So, occasional rogue plants can happen in a seed batch. We strive to preserve the lines we offer but evolution is always in process. Thanks for gardening and being part of the process.
Throughout the seedlist you will see “breeding by Peace Seedlings” which means Dylana Kapuler and Mario DiBenedetto are the original creators. Varieties noted as “breeding by Peace Seeds” were developed by Alan and Linda Kapuler. All the seeds we offer in this catalog are grown, selected, cleaned and packed by us; Dylana Kapuler and Mario DiBenedetto; Peace Seedlings.
Big Thanks to everyone who helped after the flood: Christian Petrovich, Mushroom and Linda Kapuler, Phil Gouy, Chris Homanics, Cassandra and Jahmez.
To Hal Brown for continuing your parents generosity and collaboration.
Alan and Linda Kapuler for starting public domain plant breeding over 40 years ago
Dominique Guillet, Dan and Tracey Lamblin, Dean and Breezy Nebergal, Carol Ach, Galexc, Kusra Kapuler, Ron and Carol Spisso,Yohan and Karen Navarro, Nina Ventra, Dawn Anderson, Ianto Evans and Linda Smiley and all of our family and friends for your on going support and inspiration.
Thanks for supporting the prolifiration of plant diversity and public domain plant breeding.
Dylana Kapuler and Mario DiBenedetto
Dedicated to Hal Brown Sr.who passed away April 21, 2019
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To highlight there importence Andean Tubers are at the beginning of this list but otherwise this list is organized according to the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group System=APG3 (how plants are related)
Andean Tubers Minimuim seeds per pack / Price
Yacon- Smallanthus sonchifolius
Crowns available by the pound November thru February
Split crowns = Caudices available Febuary-March
Check our blog for prices and availbility of Caudices
Productive South American food plant, called “the apple of the Andes”. A floral sweet crunchy root, harvested Oct-Nov, tubers get sweeter after being dug. High in inulins that feed beneficial soil and gut microbes.
Original- The original yacon variety that has been propagated in the Pacific North West for the last couple of decades. A prolific producer of tubers that cure up deep red skin with white flesh. $35 per pound of crowns
Crystal- A very productive cultivar making some of the biggest and easiest to dig yacon tubers we have grown, which turn light red on skin and have a beautiful white crystalline chatoyancy in the flesh. $35 per pound of crowns
Ulluco Ullucus tuberosus
Plants like part shade and have beautiful succulent leaves and stems that cascade down by the end of summer into fall when they send out long stolons. Beautiful tubers are harvested late nov/december, they range from neon yellow to red and speckles, and turn green with light exposure. Described to be one of the delicacy tubers of the Andes. All our Ulluco originally came from Ben Kamm of Sacred Succulents
Chero- gold oblong tubers with pink eyes BK 10429.1 5 tubers/ 15.00
Illimani- Round yellow tubers, some have pink speckles and some all pink. 5 tubers/ 15.00
Pica de Pulga Round yellow with pink spots, Baumi selection. 5 tubers/ 15.00
Mixed Ulluco 5 tubers/ 15.00
Maca Lepidium peruvianum 50/ 5.00
It has taken years to learn how to get seeds, so we are very happy to offer fresh Oregon grown Maca seeds, adaptagenic Andean root and herb, best grown in cool weather.
Oca Oxalis tuberosa
Beautiful brightly colored tubers, tuberizing after equinox, are delicious cooked and raw. They have a soft creamy texture when fully cooked, and are versatile like a potato; bake, steam, fry. Harvested late fall, usually in November for us in the Willamette Valley. Important food plant to the Andean mountain peoples.
Mixed Oca 10 tubers /10.00
Andes Jewels 10 tubers/ 10.00
yellow with red blesh and pink eyes, makes large tubers
Bolivian Red (red and yellow) 10 tubers /10.00
Creamy Chimaera Peace seedlings original 10 tubers/10.00
Orange pink with yellow inner
Moonshine(light bright yellow) 10 tubers /10.00
Twilight(Yellow with pink eyes) Peace Seedlings original 10 tubers /10.00
Mashua Tropaeolum tuberosum
Vigorous and edible tuberous rooted nasturtium. Produces in abundance when earthed up and happy. Mashua like moist cool areas, sun or part sun, and does not seem to like temperatures above 90F. Vining habit with beautiful nectar filled small orange flowers that bloom in fall, that hummingbirds love.
Puca Anu- Peruvian 1 tuber/ $5 or 3 for $10
Purple stripes over a yellow tuber, 2-6” long
Camassia leichtlinii Maturity 3-5 years 50/ 3.00
A major native food plant, with blue-purple flowers.
Camassia quamish Blue purple flowers 30/ 3.00
Garlic- Italian Purple Allium sativum 30 top bulblets/ 4.00
Easy peeling large cloves, 8-10/rosette; bulblets make large rosettes if well fed, and spaced.
Leeks- Winter Giant Allium porrum vigorous heirloom. 100/ 4.00
Italian Bottle Neck Allium cepa 50/ 4.00
Beautiful productive, tall red bulbs, Italian heirloom.
Ishikura Bunching Allium fistulosum 100/ 4.00
Essential garden greens, cut them at the ground and they will grow again.We have a row that has been re-growing for 5 years.
Rosy Opal Allium cepa 100/ 4.00
Beautiful tasty large pink sweet onions. A great sweet onion that stores into winter. Bred by Peace Seeds and Peace Seedlings.
Red Milan Allium cepa 50/ 4.00
Italian heirloom, great red storage onion.
Newburg Allium cepa 100/ 4.00
Excellent long storing yellow onion, original by Peace Seeds.
Arabian Blue Hulless Hordeum vulgare 50/3.00
Karan 16 Naked Hordeum vulgare Hulless 50/3.00
Susie’s Peruvian Hulless Hordeum vulgare 50/3.00
Very easy threshing and productive, brought from Peru.
Crimean Red Winter Triticum aestivum Easy to thresh 50/3.00
Ethiopian Blue Hulless Triticum aestivum 50/3.00
Xerpha Hulless Triticum aestivum 50/ 3.00
Rye- Hulless Secale cereale 50/ 3.00
Corn- All our corns are our own public domain varieties.
Cornucopia Bush Sweet Zea mays 50 seeds / 6.00
Many years in the making. Bush Sweet corn, each seed is best planted 2 to 3 ft apart and the plants grow multitillers and thus many more cobs per plant. Also great for intercroping with Oca, potatoes or summer planted greens:lettuce, arugula… Plants produce burgandy to carnelian colored seeds with 3 to 5 tillers and 6 to 12 cobs per plant; depending on fertility. Cobs mature over a sequence of multiple weeks giving you a longer harverst with one planting. Delicious raw or cooked and beautiful. A multigeneration project:a decade of breeding by Peace Seeds and another decade of breeding by Peace Seedlings.
Double Red Sweet Zea mays 1 oz/ 6.00
Intense purple seeds from anthocyanin pigments similar to the ones found in blueberries. Plants 5-7 feet tall, 1-2 ears per stalk. Excellent corn on the cob, delicious dark purple corn bread. 25 years of breeding work by Peace Seeds and 10 yrs collaboration with Peace Seedlings.
Fire on the Mountain Sweet Zea mays 1 oz/ 6.00
Vigorous cold hardy small colorful plants, with early beautiful dark multi-colored cobs, a child of Painted Hill Sweet Corn. Bred by Peace Seedlings.
Red Rainbow Inca Sweet Zea mays 1 oz/ 6.00
6-8 ft plants that are red and green, With mostly red cobs and brautiful large seeds, some cobs are rainbows of purple, orange, red, and white seeds. Unique sweet corn, Peace Seedling original breeding.
True Gold Sweet Zea mays 1oz /5.00
Excellent classic gold sweet corn, an open pollinated selection from the original 1955 American hybrid, by Peace Seeds. Green plants are 5-7 feet tall, 2-3 yellow cobs per plant.
Job’s Tears- Ma-Yuen Coix lacryma-jobi var Ma-yuen 30/ 3.00
A shorter season Chinese edible cultivar. Beautiful seed beads. Can be a perennial in milder climates. Millet-
Foxtail Setaria italica 50/ 3.00
Beautiful grain, great for bouquets, birds love to eat it.
Purple Majesty Millet Pennisetum glaucum 30/ 3.00
Outstandingly beautiful, purple tops and leaves.
Broomcorn- Sorghum vulgare Mix of mostly orange seeds 50/ 3.00
Popping Sorghum Sorghum vulgare 50/ 3.00
Beautiful 8 ft plants, with blonde hulless seeds. Easy to thresh and pops great too, delicious crunchy snack.
Columbine mix Aquilegia vulgaris
Mix of purples, pinks, with large and small flowers 50/ 3.00
Delphinium Mix Delphinium elatum 100/ 3.00
Epic mix of tall large flowers in many shades of blue and a little deep and light purple. Perennial.
Caraway Carum carvi 50/ 3.00
Digestive herb and flavoring.
Cilantro- Coriandrum sativum 50/ 3.00
Popular herb for salsa, and salads, aka coriander.
Dill- Ambrojia Anethum graveolens
Excellent culinary cultivar 50/ 3.00
Parsley-Turkish Petroselinum crispum 50/3.00
Vigorous aromatic, flat tasty leaves, hardy
Parsnip- Hollow Crown Pastinaca sativa 50/ 3.50
European Heirloom; long roots and large crowns.
Asters- Stellar Callistephus chinensis 50/ 3.00
3-4in pink flowers on 2 ft annual plants, great cut flowers.
Pink Spider Callistephus chinensis 50/ 3.00
Spidery 3 in flowers on 2 foot plants, great long lasting cut flower.
Stellar Eyes Mix Callistephus chinensis 50/ 5.00
Peace Seedlings original breeding makes long stems up to 3 ft tall plants. Flowers with layered double petals are shades of rich purple and pink with metamorphing white and yellow centers and are very long lasting.
Burdock- Takinogawa Arctium lappa 40/ 3.00
Long edible roots, superb tasting, and medicinally nutritious.
Watanabe Burduck Arctium lappa 40/ 3.00
Earlier maturing and shorter roots
Calendula officinalis 30/ 3.00
Shades of yellow, singles & doubles
Chamomile- Matricaria recutita 100/ 3.00
Pick young buds for tea, medicinal, re-seeding hardy annual.
Cosmos sulphureus- 30/ 3.00
Bright orange, beautiful 3-4 foot plants, great garden edges.
Coreopsis tinctoria- 30/ 3.00
3 to 4 ft bushs covered in beautiful scarlet red flowers
Lettuce- Lactuca sativa All : 100 seeds min/ 3.00 per pack
Batavia Laura Vigorous green, spring crisp head.
Batavia Cheena Bright green ruffly, loose head
Buttercrunch Excellent spring butter-head.
Conrasta All season, loose-head, green bronze plants.
Continuity Nice red green butter head.
Fever Bronze loose-leaf romaine, very beautiful
Gardener’s Mix vigorous favorites.
La Brilliant green ruffly leaf, crisp head, long lasting
Morgana Red oak-leaf loose-leaf, hardy
Pirat bronze-green butter head
Purplus Intense dark purple loose-leaf
Purple Oakleaf heirloom loose-leaf
Rouge D’Hiver Red-green winter buttercos, heirloom
Red Flamingo Beautiful ruffled leaves, from China
Red Iceburg as kids we wanted Iceburg, so here is the one we got, beautiful and delicious. 50/ 3.00
Reuben’s Red Romaine Nice upright red romaine
Scarlet Strela Glorious Red pointed leaves making star shaped heads, Peace Seedlings original.
St. Vincent A large and vigorous British loose-leaf.
Sandrina Large green all season butter-head, European.
Speckled Oakleaf Mottled red and green oakleaf
Strela Green Beautiful starbursts, pointed leaves pre-1500.
Yugoslavian Romaine Green
Marigolds- All unique breeding, by Peace Seeds and Peace Seedlings. Tall(3-6ft), beautiful bushes make bouquets for months.
Burgundy Bliss Tagetes patula 50/ 5.00
Stunning 3-4 ft plants covered in mostly burgundy double flowers. Peace Seedlings breeding.
La Ribera Tagetes erecta 50/ 5.00
Mostly double 2-4 inch orange flowers, on 3-6 foot bushes. Selected by Peace Seeds and Peace Seedlings for over 15 years
Oregon Lei Mix, Tagetes patula 50/ 4.00
Yellows, oranges, reds and all the combos, mostly double. Peace Seedlings breeding.
Sparkler Tagetes patula 50/ 5.00
3-4 foot bushes, 2 inch double red and yellow flowers get firey as the cold creeps in, beautiful.
Bred by Peace Seeds
Tagetes minuta 50/ 3.00
Majestic tall 6-10 ft plants with small late flowers, used as a herb and spice in Peru.
Winter Miscela Cichorium intybus 30/ 3.00
Interbreeding population of 6 radicchios, beautiful winter salad. Peace Seedlings breeding.
Spilanthes- Acmella oleracea 25/ 3.00
Potent numbing medicinal, also known as the toothache plant.
Morning Sun Helianthus annus x argophyllus 50/ 5.00
Epic flower towers that can bloom for months, an interbreeding mix about half tigers eye flowers(double petals) and half singles. Peace Seedlings breeding. Birds really like these ones.
Supreme Mix Helianthus annuus
Excellent mix, polyheaded and large single headed; early and late flowering; single, double, a variety of colors, super tall, branching, gorgeous shows. Includes crosses with the Texas endemic Helianthus argophyllus. Collaberation of Peace Seeds and Peace Seedlings. 50/ 3.00
Mexican sunflower Tithonia rotundiifolia 25/ 3.00
Beautiful soft 5 ft plants with 3in brilliant orange flowers.
Strawflower Helichrysum bracteolatum Great cut flowers fresh and dried, lasting long.
Mix 3-5ft tall plants 50/ 3.00
Pink 2-3 foot plants 30/ 3.00
Red 2-3 foot plants 30/ 3.00
Standin’ up Zinnia violacea 25/ 5.00
Stunning 3-5 ft plants holding pink flowers with white tips great cut flowers, years of work, bred by Peace Seedlings, dedicated to standing up for the earth.
Dreamin’ Zinnia violacea 25/ 5.00
3 to 4 ft plants filled with epic multitone flowers. A spectacular mixture of flower colors. Years of work, bred by Peace Seedlings
Yell fire Zinnia violacea
Tall plants with long stems holding transforming multitone flaming flowers. Peace Seedlings original
Zinnia haageana 25/ 3.00
Beautiful 2-3 foot bushy plants, with a mix of 2 to 3 tone 2in flowers; burgundy, red, gold, long lasting.
Yacon- Smallanthus sonchifolius See page 2
Valerian Valeriana officinalis sedative herb 50/ 3.00
Canterbury Bells Campanula medium 100/ 3.00
Nice purple and pink biennial spring cut flowers.
Bee’s Friend Phacelia tanacetifolia 30/ 3.00
Beautiful spirals of purple flowers, which the bees love, especially the bumblebees.
AMARANTHACEAE- Greens, flowers and grains.
Amaranth- also known as kiwicha in the Andes.
Golden Amaranth Amaranthus hypochondriacus 100/ 3.00
Large golden plumes on 5-6 foot plants. Great for bouquets.
Hartman’s Giant, Amaranthus cruentus 100/ 3.00
Prolific, 6-8 feet tall with thick burgundy plumes tops full of tiny black seeds, great cut flower
Elephant Head, Amaranthus andeana 100/ 3.00
Beautiful, thick burgundy columns, 3 to 5 feet tall.
Pendent Amaranthus caudatus 50/ 3.00
Thick magenta plumes of hanging color, plants can get 4-5 ft tall and hang to the ground, epic garden plants.
Celosia- Cristate Celosia cristata 30/3.00
Transfixing magenta velvet flower spikes, 8-12in tall
Gomphrena- Great dryed.
Magenta Gomphrena globosa 30/ 3.00
2ft plants covered in magenta 1/2in flowers.
Stawberry Fields Gomphrena haageana 30/ 3.00
Red 1/2in flowers on 2ft plants.
CHENOPODIACEAE- now in Amaranthaceae
Beets- Three Root Grex Beta vulgaris 40/ 4.00
Interbreeding mix of gold, pink & purple heirlooms. Peace Seeds original.
Faro Chenopodium quinoa 100 / 4.00
Beautiful nutritious Andean grain with white seeds, 3-4ft plants.
Kcoito Chenopodium quinoa 100/ 4.00
Beautiful mix of gold, pink and purple seeds.
Double Purple Orach- Atriplex hortensis 40 / 3.00
Magenta bright, spring thru fall salad, great fresh and cooked
Old Dominion- Spinacea oleracea 40/ 4.00
Excellent, savoy leaf cultivar, heirloom.
Sweet William Mix Dianthus barbatus 50/ 3.00
One of the best spring cut flowers, beautiful mix of reds, pinks, whites, and all the combos
Burgundy Sweet William Dianthus barbatus 50/ 3.00
Deep burgendy flowers with striking dark folage.
LAMIACEAE – The Mint family
Genovese Sweet, Ocimum basilicum 100 / 3.00
Large fragrant green leaves, great pesto.
Tulsi (Holy Basil) Ocimum sanctum 50/ 3.00
Adaptogen, excellent in tea. Important herb, fresh and dried.
Catnip- Nepeta cataria, 100 / 3.00
Hardy perennial feline euphoric and human medicinal.
Anise hyssop- Agastache foeniculum 50/ 3.00
Gorgeous 2-3ft aromatic medicinal with purple/green leaves and purple flowers
Bread Seed Poppy Papaver somniferum 100/ 3.00
Culinary seed used in baking, and great garden flower
Cornfield Poppy mix Papaver rhoeas 100/ 3.00
Beautiful spring color.
Atlas Poppy Papaver ruprifragum 100/ 3.00
Early orange flowered hardy perennial.
Shades of Sesame Sesamum indicum 25/ 3.00
A grex; inter-breeding population containing shades of black, tan, brown and white. Peace Seedlings original breeding.
Snapdragon mix Antirrhinum majus 50/ 3.00
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea 50/ 3.00
4-5 ft spectacular purple flower spikes
SOLANACEAE- Mostly from the new world, now global.
Ashwagandha Withania somnifera 25/ 3.00
An Ayurveda herb, known for its adaptogenic qualities.
Giant Groundcherry Physalis peruviana 25/ 3.00
3-4ft semi-erect plants, excellent sweet round 1 inch orange fruits in 2inch husks, annual in a temperate zone, or subtropical perennial.
Aci Sivri Cayenne Capsicum annuum 30/ 3.00
Heirloom from Turkey, 6-9” medium hot fruits, 2’ plants,
a productive and flavorful hot pepper for the Pacific Northwest.
Aji Amarillo Capsicum baccatum 15/ 4.00
Crucial Peruvian pepper with deep orange, thick flesh and a considerable amount of heat. Delicious aromatics and flavor. Long season pepper, ripening for us in Sept- Oct until frost. Grown in our greenhouse but worth the wait. Large 5 ft plants, 3-5 in. fruits.
Criolla Sella Capsicum baccatum v. baccatum 25 /3.00
Beautiful 1ft bushes, loaded with 2-3in orange medium hot fruits, prolific and more hardy than most peppers, from Bolivia.
Cuneo Bell Capsicum annuum 25/ 3.00
Great gold fruits, performs well in our climate. Large Bells with thick flesh
Del Arbol- de Baja capsicum annuum 25/3.00
Productive plants gets to be sturdy 3 ft plants loaded with 3-5 inch red hot chile peppers. Some variation.
Jalapeño Capsicum annuum 25/ 3.00
Productive, spicy beauties, delicious pickled or stuffed.
Peace Bell Capsicum annuum 25/ 4.00
Peace Seedlings original. Years selecting to get this new open pollinated red bell. Dense plants loaded with large thick fleshed fruits. Does great outside in Oregon without plastic.
Poblano Capsicum annuum 25/ 3.00
Prolific in our climate, excellent when stuffed and roasted.
Red Chile Manzano (Rocoto) Capsicum pubescens 15/ 4.00
2.5x 1.5in fruits with spicy fleshy fruits, purple flowers and black seeds, a sub-tropical perennial, green house grown.
Sinahuisa Capsicum annuum 15/ 3.00
Serrano type with nice flesh and flavor. 3 ft plant
Short Yellow Tobasco Capsicum frutescens 15/3.00
Prolific short plants with 1inch hot fruits. Grew well in pots.
Perique Nicotiana tabacum- traditionally barrel fermented 100/ 3.00
San Pueblo Nicotiana rustica 100/ 3.00
Scherazi Nicotiana tabacum 100/ 3.00
Tomatillo- Grex Physalis philadelphica 25/ 3.00
Mixture of sizes and color green to purple and all inbetween colors, productive, beautiful and tasty.
Amish Paste Solanum lycopersicum 30/ 3.00
Indeterminate vines with long lasting medium fruits, excellent
flavor, fresh or sauce. Heirloom
Andean Paste Solanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
Heirloom, indeterminate, 3-5” pointed fruits
Baylor Paste Solanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
Red 3-4 oz egg shaped fruits on indeterminate vines, productive and long lasting.
Black Emperor Solanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
Purple, medium sized tomatoes on indeterminate plants.
Brad’s Black Oxheart Solanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
Indeterminate large dense purple tomato.
Red Centiflor Solanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
¾ in cherry tomatoes, in huge clusters, on indeterminate vines. Centi-flor=hundred flowers=hyper-tress, Bred by Peace Seeds.
Orange Centiflor Solanum lycopersicum 20/ 5.00
Indeterminate plants with hyper-tresses of orange tasty cherry tomatoes. Peace Seedlings Original.
Yellow CentiflorSolanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
Hyper-tresses of yellow cherry tomatoes on indeterminate vine, Peace Seeds original.
Chocolate Cherry Solanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
Excellent purple cherry tomato in the top 5 of 50 in our taste test. Indeterminate.
Early Willamette Solanum lycopersicum 30/ 3.00
Early 1-3 oz red fruits in clusters, semi-determinate bushes, Breeding by Peace Seeds.
Geranium Kiss Solanum lycopersicum 30/ 3.00
Stocky 2ft determinate plants, w/ hyper-tresses of 20-70, 1oz fruits, 3-4 sets, a “one-stake wonder”
Peace Seeds original
Handy Lady Solanum lycopersicum 20/ 5.00
Hyper-tresses of extremely delicious slender pointed tip 2-3 in long lasting fruits and plants. Peace Seedlings original.
Joe Pesch Solanum lycopersicum 20/ 3.00
Indeterminate Italian heirloom. Unique shaped dense pink fruit.
Palestinian Solanum lycopersicum 25/ 3.00
Heirloom with very large flavorful fruits, 1/2-2# on indeterminate vines, from Palestine, Ohio.
Peacevine Cherry Solanum lycopersicum 30/ 3.00
Vigorous indeterminate vines, great tasting cherry high in vitamin C and GABA, an amino acid and neurotransmitter. Peace Seeds original.
Sacred Heart Solanum lycopersicum 20/ 5.00
Beautiful Hyper-tresses of dense delicious medium sized fruits on indeterminate plants, Peace Seedlings original breeding.
Stupice Solanum lycopersicum 30/ 3.00
Very early indeterminate, productive clusters of medium fruits.
Arugula- Roquette Eruca sativa 100/ 3.00
European salad plant. One of our salad favorites.
Wasabi Arugula Diplotaxis erucoides 50/ 3.00
Small spicey leaves, quick growing cold weather green.
Nutribud Brassica oleracea v. italica 100/ 4.00
Vigorous all season cultivar. High in glutamine, an important amino acid. Original by Peace Seeds.
Cress- Curly Cress Lepidium sativum 100/ 3.00
Quick growing frilly mildly spicy salad plant.
Belarus cabbage grex Brassica oleracea 100/ 3.00
An interbreeding population of 4 different purple and green cabbage varieties. Vigorous beautiful plants make round and pointed multicolored heads that are very delicious raw, cooked and great for sauerkraut.
Bred by Peace Seedlings.
Boxer- Brassica oleracea 100/ 3.00
Dense flat top purple cabbage. From Andrey Baranovski of Belarus.
Serdtse Bvivala Brassica oleracea 100/ 3.00
Pointed green cabbage. Great mild flavor, from Andrey Baranovski of Belarus.
Kalibos- Brassica oleracea 100/ 3.00
Majestic pointed purple heads, delicious. From Andrey Baranovski of Belarus.
Cascade Glaze Brassica oleracea 100/ 3.00
Beautiful shiny collards heirloom, re-selected by Peace Seeds for many years. Further selected by Peace Seedlings.
Kale- All cultivars are especially tasty after a hard frost.
Frizee Brassica napus 100/ 3.00
Beautiful double curled kale, Peace Seeds original.
Lacinato Brassica oleracea 100/ 3.00
Dark green savoy leaf, Italian heirloom
Savoy Brassica oleracea 100/ 3.00
Curly leaves with lots of variation. Peace Seeds Original
Maca- see page 2 wiith Andean roots.
Green Wave Mustard Brassica juncea 100/ 3.00
Super curly bright green leaves, great for salad when young.
Red Giant Brassica juncea 100/ 3.00
2-3 ft plants; large, beautiful purple leaves, self- sowing
Dijon Brassica hirta Used to make Dijon mustard. 100/ 3.00
Stock flowerMatthiola incana 50/ 3.00
Sweet scented pink and purple spring flowers.
Sweet Rocket- Hesperis matronalis 100/ 3.00
Beautiful fragrant spring purple flowers, great re-seeding cut flower, perennial.
Achocha Cyclanthera brachystegia 15/ 4.00
One of the Andean vegetables, unique edible 1-2 inch green crunchy young fruits eaten raw or cooked, growing on prolific vines, thriving in cool wet weather.
Caigua Cyclanthera pedata 10/ 4.00
Another Andean food plant, beautiful vigorous vine, 3 to 6 inch fruits, thrives in cool weather. Eaten raw or cooked.
Sour Gherkin Melothria scabra 20/ 4.00
Ancient, bite-sized snack that has the taste of a tangy cucumber
Cucumber- Mideast Peace Cucumis sativus 20/ 4.00
Great smooth skinned type, 4 to 6 ft vines with many sets of 5-7in fruits. Peace Seeds original.
Svitanak pickling Cucumis sativus 20/ 4.00
Great pickling type cucumber, from a great seedsaver in Belarus, Andrey Baranovski.
Melon- Ha-ogen Cucumis melo 20/ 3.00
Excellent green fleshed Israeli melon, round fruits, they dehiss (let go of vine) and the skins yellow and smell like heaven when ripe.
Orans Cucumis melo 20/ 3.00
One on the many treasures we got from late Robert Lobits, delicious orange cantalope type flesh.
Squash- All squash and zucchini are hand pollinated to ensure clean lines.
Buttercup Cucurbita maxima 10/ 4.00
Deep orange flesh, excellent flavor, 3-5 lb green fruits on vines.
Bush Chestnut Cucurbita maxima 10/ 4.00
Gray green skin with dark orange nutty flavored flesh, great medium sized dryer type squash
Emerald Naked Seeded Pumpkin Cucurbita pepo 10/ 4.00
Medium sized pumpkins with beautiful hulless seeds, if you’re going to grow a pumpkin this is the one.
Sweet Potato Delicata Cucurbita pepo 10/ 4.00
Tasty, 6-8 in fruits, on vines, with a great shelf life.
Sweet Green Cucurbita maxima 10/ 4.00
Vining plants with light green skinned fruits(5-8lbs) with delicious orange flesh, great for pie. Peace Seedlings original breeding.
Sweetmeat Cucurbita maxima 10/ 4.00
Great tasting and storing heirloom, on vines with large fruits.
Zucchini- Golden Bush Cucurbita pepo 10/4.00
Bright golden fruits, on compact plant
FABACEAE-nitrogen fixers and homes for rhizobial microbes.
Beans- Adzuki Vigna angularis 30/ 3.00
The red bean of China, delicious quick cooking beans, bush.
Alice Sunshine Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Large vigorous plants, flat green 5-7in pods, fine flavor. Original by Robert Lobitz.
Biko Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 30/ 3.00
Beautiful tresses of 5-6”pods, on vines Peace Seeds original.
Black Mitla Tepary Phaseolus acutifolius 40/ 3.00
Productive heirloom, with sprawling bushes.
Blauhilda Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 30/ 3.00
Productive, purple podded snap, from Adaptive Seeds.
Bountiful Bush Wax Phaseolus vulgaris 30/ 3.00
Great tasting, productive yellow snap bush bean.
Cherry Lake Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 30/ 5.00
Stunning red blushed wax beans, beautiful and productive. Peace Seedlings breeding.
Chome Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 30/ 3.00
Vigorous, snap vine, selected by Peace Seeds.
Domatsu Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 30/ 3.00
Excellent 6-7 inch beans carried in clusters. Productive breeding by Peace Seeds.
Dow Purple Pod Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 30/3.00
Vigorous heirloom 7-8 inch purple snap beans on vines.
Dylys Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 30/ 3.00
Excellent, pickled fresh or blistered, makes many sets of beans.
Edens Prairie Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 30/3.00
Beautiful white and red seeds, snap and soup cultivar. Lobitz origianl.
Fagiolina Del Trasimeno Vigna unguiculata 30/ 3.00
Beautiful mix of seed colors, on productive twinning plants, Italian heirloom.
Fortex Snap Pole Vigna unguiculata 25/ 3.00
French fillet style snap bean with long 8-10 inch pods held in clusters on productive vines.
Goldmarie Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Productive, heirloom wax romano bean 8-10 in, broad yellow pods, excellent raw and cooked.
Hutterite Soup Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 25/ 3.00
Great heirloom, makes epic creamy bean soup.
Jack in the Beanstalk Runner Phaseolus coccineus v. albus 10/ 4.00
Polish Heirloom with large white seeds, remarkable 20 ft vines. Snap and epic soup bean.
Long Lake Giant Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Very productive 7in green pods. Lobitz original.
New Mexico Cave Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 25/ 3.00
Mid-season vines with excellent 6in snap pods, found buried in a cave in a clay pot, sealed with pine pitch and C-14 dated to 1500 years ago. Brown and white mottled seeds.
Pioneer Pinto Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
One of the first heirlooms collected by Peace Seeds in the 1970’s. Beautiful seeds on vigorous vines.
Purple Amazon Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Beautiful tasty purple pods, worth growing. Lobitz original.
Purple Rain Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Another one of the purple bush beans that prolific bean breeder Robet Lobitz left us with.
Red Amazon Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 5.00
Early 6-8 inch red snap beans, productive and tasty, Peace Seedlings original.
Red Swan Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Early red-pink skinned 5” round pods, tasty, original by Robert Lobitz.
Robert’s Royalty Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Great purple snaps, quickest to mature of Lobitz purple beans.
Romano Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Broad 8-10” pods, 8’ vines, tasty. White seeds.
Rose Creek Beauty Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
6-7 inch round green snap pods, a Lobitz original. Great soup.
Scarlet Emperor Runner Phaseolus coccineus 20/ 3.00
Excellent cultivar, scarlet flowers setting 6 to10 inch pods, on 6-10 foot vines, great snap and soup bean. Heirloom.
Shinshu Runner Phaseolus coccineus 8/ 4.00
Unique bean from Japan, with the largest bean we have seen, 8 to 12 ft vines with red flowers. Much like Scarlet Emperor, with much larger seeds
Withner’s True Cornfield pole Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 4.00
Heirloom passed on to Peace Seeds by the great orchidologist Carl L.Withner.
Yard Long Beans (Yalobe) Vigna unguiculata 20/ 4.00
Mostly purple 16” pods, 10’ vines, delicious in stirfries, grown outside, likes warm nights.
Iant’s Yellow Vicia faba 15/ 3.00
Unique yellow seeds, original of Peace Seeds, named after botanical and cob wizard Ianto Evans.
Longpod Major Vicia faba 15/ 3.00
3-4 ft plants, 8 in pods with up to 5 large tasty seeds per pod.
Garbanzo- Hannah aka Munk’s Moroccan Cicer arietinum 20/ 3.00
Tan-brown seeds, productive. We got this from our friend Munk Bergin who selected it and named it Hannah, originally form Morocco.
Lupines- Russell’s Lupine Lupinus polyphyllus 30/ 3.00
Beautiful mix of reds, purple, pinks and more.
Fenugreek- Trigonella foenum-graecum from Greece 30/ 3.00
Peas-All pea varieties are originals.
Green Beauty Vine Pisum sativum 30/ 3.00
Beautiful purple flowers, 8 foot vines, Extra-large snow/snap peas, excellent when left to mature, then some puff out, delicious. Peace Seeds Original.
Magnolia Blossom Snap Vine Pisum sativum 30/ 3.00
Prolific tasty green snap peas, 6-8 foot tall purple flowered vines, with hyper-tendrils (HT) which are multiplied tendrils, giving them many more curls to hold themselves up and climb. Peace Seeds Original.
Opal Beauty Snow Vine Pisum sativum 20/ 5.00
Beautiful contrast of yellow 5-6 ft vines with purple flowers, providing large golden yellow delicious snow peas, Peace Seedlings original.
Opal Creek Snap Vine Pisum sativum 30/ 3.00
Tasty yellow snap pods, 6 foot vine, more heat tolerant then most peas, named in commemoration of the struggle for the old growth forests. Peace Seeds Original.
Oregon Hyper-tendril Snow Bush Pisum sativum 20/ 5.00
3ft bush, Hyper-tendril, purple flowered bush snow peas. Breed by Peace Seeds, Selecting by Peace Seedlings.
Spring Blush Snap Vine Pisum sativum 30/ 3.00
Vigorous 6-8 ft Hyper-tendril vines, green snap peas with pink blush. Peace Seeds original.
Spring Rose Snow Vine Pisum sativum 20/ 5.00
Pink flowered medium sized, snow pea on vines. Peace Seedlings original.
Sugaree Snap Vine Pisum sativum 30/ 3.00
Productive, sweet green snap peas on 6-7’ vines, with white flowers. Peace Seeds original.
Sugar Magnolia Snap Vine Pisum sativum 20/ 4.00
Productive, purple podded snap pea, with purple flowers on 8ft Hyper-tendril vines, one of a kind. Peace Seeds Original.
Sweet Elma Snap Bush Pisum sativum 20/ 5.00
HT purple flower 3ft bush, snap pea. Named for Grandma Elma, and her love of peas. Breed by Peace Seeds, Selected by Peace Seedlings.
Sweet Pea Mix Lathyrus odoratus 30/ 3.00
Stunning mix of color and amazing fragrance. Long stems
Soybeans - Glycine max
Varieties range in maturing times from July to November.
Aoyu Mid-season productive edamame. 25/ 3.00
Black Hokkaido 25/ 3.00
Productive, mid-early season, makes lavender tofu, beautiful.
Hidatsa early edamame, light green seeds. 25/ 3.00
Hakucho 25/ 3.00
Productive, large mid-season edamame, 2 foot tall.
Soyamasume productive, mid-season edamame. 25/ 3.00
Cha Kura Kake 25/ 3.00
2 foot, bi-color seeds, midseason, 46% protein.
Tohya Mid-season edamame, light green seeds. 25/ 3.00
Vinton 81 Late, yellow seeds, high oil. 25/ 3.00
Red Burgundy Okra- Abelmoschus esculentus 15/ 3.00
Brilliant burgundy pods, beautiful garden plant
Roselle Hibiscus sabdariffa 10/ 3.00
Medicinal, used to make hibiscus tea, Grown as an annual outside.
Marshmallow- Althaea officinalis
Mucilaginous, vigorous medicinal root 30/ 3.00
Godetia Clarkia amoena 50/ 3.00
Also known as Farwell To Spring, great cut flowers. They love wet springs and dry summers.
Western North America native.
OXALIDACEAE Oca-See page 2
Mashua Tropaeolm tuberosum see page 2
Terms of Business
All seeds are for pubic domain use only.
We are responsible that the seeds we supply are correctly labeled and fertile. We are glad to reimburse anyone dissatisfied to the cost of the seeds and no more, or to re-supply given kinds. We are not responsible for the mis-use of the seeds or the plants that arise from them. Our seeds exceed state and federal germination requirements. We list the minimum number of seeds per packet. Frequently we pack more, depending on the harvest. The majority of the seeds are grown in our 2.5-acre garden. The remainder come from our home backyard garden with the few exceptions that are grown in collaboration with our family. All seeds are grown without the use of any pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides. Thank you for supporting public domain seeds.
Front Cover art: Flower of Life Mandala (4ft across) made from seeds and dried flower petals from the Peace Seedlings Garden, Amaranth, Corn, Beans, Squash, Broomcorn.
Created at Oregon Country Fair 2019 by Mario and Adam DiBenedetto and Dylana Kapuler
For a color greeting card of the Flower of life seed mandala send $5