Saturday, January 12, 2013

2013 seed list

            Thanks to the weather,  good intention and  much diligence, we had a bountiful,  beautiful long (first hard killing frost after thanksgiving) growing season, To show for it, we have many new things this year as
well as a great stock of many thing you may have come to depend on.
Some of this years new offerings are;
Sweet Elma Snap Bush Pea, Ishikura Bunching Onions, Orange Centiflor tomato, Kcoito Quinoa, some new cultivars of Oca, and much more……
All seeds are grown organically using eco-adaptive methods; continual  crop rotations, diverse inter-planting, nitrogen fixing annuals, turning in organic matter, minimal natural amendments  (most crops get none) and  
no synthetics or poisons. Peace Seedlings is  the next generation of Peace Seeds (Alan and Linda Kapuler).  We collaborate to continue offering organic seeds; unique new varieties from our own public domain plant breeding, heirlooms and wild-crafted species. All varieties are open-pollinated, except for squash and zucchini,  which are hand pollinated to insure true cultivars. In our continuing work of preserving heirlooms at the same time as breeding new varieties and growing diversity, we have noticed occasional crossing, some of these led to new adapted cultivars.  So occasional rogue plants can happen in any seed batch, eat it or save it. We strive to perserve the lines we offer but evolution is always in process.  Thanks for gardening and being part
of the process.
            Blessings, Dylana Kapuler and Mario DiBenedetto

This list is organized according to the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group System=APG3

( how plants are related)


MONOCOTS-                   minimuim seeds per pack / Price

  Camas 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                   
 Easy peeling large cloves, 8-10/rosette; bulbils make large rosettes
 if well fed and spaced                         30 top bulbils/3.00
 Leeks-   Winter Giant, Allium porrum
Excellent creamy, vigorous heirloom.              100/ 4.00
    Italian Bottle Neck Allium cepa                                  50/ 4.00
Tall red, beautiful productive, Italian heirloom
  Ishikura Bunching Allium fistulosum                           100/ 4.00
Essential garden greens, cut them at the ground and they will re-grow
 seaming endlessly..,we have a row that has been growing 2 years.
  K-S Grex , Allium cepa                             50/ 4.00
A beautiful mixture of large yellow, purple and pink onions.   
A cross of 2 heirloom sweet onions.  Alan Kapuler (AMK) original.
  Red Milan Allium cepa                             50/ 4.00
Italian heirloom, great storage onion.
  Newberg, Allium cepa                               100/ 4.00
Excellent long storing yellow onion, Original by Alan Kapuler. 
Arabian Blue Hulless Hordeum vulgare      50/3.00
Korean 16 Hulless Hordeum vulgare  50/3.00
Susie’s Peruvian Hulless Hordeum vulgare  
Very easy threshing and productive, brought back from Peru. 50/3.00
Crimson Red Hulless Triticum aestivum        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
BroomCorn- Sorghum vulgare  Mix colors.         50/ 3.00
Corn- All our corns are our own public domain varieties.
Double Red Sweet Zea mays                               1oz/ 6.00
Intense purple seeds from anthocyanin pigments similar to the 
ones found in blueberries. Delicious dark corn bread. Plants 5-7’, 1-2 ears per
stalk. Excellent corn on the cob. 15 years of work by Peace Seeds.
Painted Hill Sweet Zea mays                              1oz/ 5.00    
 Vigorous cold hardy small plants, early beautiful 
multi-colored sweet corn, Peace Seeds original.
 Rainbow Inca Sweet Zea mays                          1 oz/5.00            
Bred in the late 1970’s by Alan  Kapuler. Unique 8’ green plants, 
2 ears/plant, young seeds yellow and white, maturing late with a rainbow.                       
True Gold Sweet Zea mays New 2012 selection  1oz/5.00
Excellent classic gold sweet corn, an open pollinated selection
 from the original 1955 American hybrid, Golden Jubilee. 
Green plants are 5-7’ tall, 2-3 cobs per plant, with yellow-orange seeds.          
 Foxtail Millet- Setaria italica                                   50/ 3.00
 Beautiful grain, great for bouquets, birds love to eat it.

APIACEAE-the umbels

  Cilantro- Common Coriandrum sativum         50/ 3.00
Popular herb for salsa, and salads, seeds used in cooking; coriander 
Celeriac- Maxim  Apium graveolens var. rapaceum
Nice roots,  from a gardener in Belarus.     100/ 3.00
 Anita Apium graveolens var. rapaceum  German celeriac 100/3.00
Dill- Ambrojia Anethum graveolens
 Execelent culinary cultivar      50/ 3.00
Greens- Alexander’s Smyrnium olusatrum        25/ 3.00
Likes cool wet weather, vigorous winter, early spring greens. 

Parsley- Turkish Petroselinum crispum      50/ 3.00

Vigorous aromatic, tasty fine leaves, hardy

  Forest Green Petroselinum crispum                     50/ 3.00
Excellent double curled, hardy    
Parsnip- Hollow Crown Pastinaca sativa         50/ 3.50
Excellent European Heirloom; long roots, large crowns, excellent  
ASTERACEAE- The largest group of dicots, 14-16 tribes.
 Burdock  Takinogawa Arctium lappa                   25/ 3.00
Long edible roots, excellent tasting. Medicinally nutritious;
 blood purifier.
Calendula officinalis,                                                   30/ 3.00
  Shades of yellow & orange, singles & doubles

 Chamomile- German Tea, Matricaria recutita      100/ 3.00

Pick young buds, medicinal fresh or dried, re-seeding hardy annual.

Cosmos sulphureus- Bright orange, beautiful 3-4’ hedges 30/ 3.00
Dahlias- Mystery Mix Dahlia hortensis                          30/ 3.00
 Diverse mix, of unique flowers, singles and new doubles.
Echinacea- Echinacea purpurea immune stimulant            30/ 3.00
Grindelia integrifolia Valley native, medicinal used to 
remedy Posion  Oak and skin irritations       50/ 3.00
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 nice
Gardener’s Mix our 2009 grow out, 18 varieties.            
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 romaine.
Red Flamingo Beautiful ruffled leaves, from China   
Reuben’s Red Romaine Nice upright red romaine
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- Unique Alan Kapuler breeding and selecting.
Bright beautiful bushes make bouquets for months     
China Cat Mix Tagetes patula                             50/ 3.00
A mix of single and double flowers, 2-4 ft. shrubs, covered
with marvelous colors and patterns
Frances’s Choice Tagetes patula                   50/ 5.00
In honor of Frances Hoffman, lifetime seed saver horticulturist, 
and faire godmother. This marigold gets 3 to 5 feet, beautiful long 
stems, single burgundy flowers with gold edges.
Golden Star Tagetes patula         
3 ft. bushes of yellow and orange flowers that 
change color during the season…                   50/ 5.00
La Ribera Tagetes erecta                     50/ 4.00
Mostly double 2-4” orange flowers, on 3-6’ bushes, dry beautifully. 
Collected by AMK from 1 plant in La Ribera, Baja.
Orange Sunshine Mix Tagetes patula   50/ 4.00
 A mixture of shades of orange, single and double flowers,
making beautiful orange 3-4’ glowing bushes.
Oregon Lei Mix,  Tagetes patula                                     50/ 3.00 
Yellows, oranges, reds and all the combos, mostly double.
Red Metamorph Tagetes patula            50/ 5.00
A fine garden hedge, 3’ shrubs 3-4’ round with dozens and
hundreds of blooms, whose blooms change from
all burgundy to yellow and red striped, & back to burgundy,
as the tempatures go from cool to warm to cool. 
  Sparkler Tagetes patula                      50/ 5.00
3-4’ bushes, 2” double red and yellow flowers, get firey, as the
cold creeps in, beautiful.
  Spilanthes- Acmella oleracea                    25/ 3.00
potent numbing medicinal, also known as the toothache plant
  Sunflower- 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. 50/ 3.00; 1oz(600s)/ 5.00  Bulk available.

Strawflowers Mix  Helichrysum bracteolatum   50/ 3.00

Great cut flowers fresh and dried, lasting long, sometimes in to winter

Zinnias- Sunset Mix, Zinnia violacea (elegans)25/ 3.00

Brilliant summer color, doubles and singles, tall, beautiful mix, 

always changing, always interbreeding, always blowing our minds.

 Zinnia haageana   Beautiful 2-3ft bushy plants,            
with a mix of 1 in 2 to 3 tone flowers, last beautifully.  25/ 3.00
 YACON-Smallanthus sonchifolius  Productive South American
food plant, some times called “the apple of the Andes”. A floral sweet 
crunchy root, harvested after frost,  then cured, for sweeter roots. 
Crowns available November to February 
$25 per pound+$7 shipping, 1 pound min.
Valerian, Valeriana officinalis sedative               50/ 3.00
Bell flower Campanula medium     100/3.00
 Nice purple and white perennial spring cut flowers.
   Borage- Borago officinalis                      30 /3.00
Star shaped edible blue-pink flowers great on salad, re-seeding annual.
AMARANTHACEAE- Greens, and grains; self-sowing survival foods.
  Amaranth- also known as kiwicha in the Andes.
  Hartman’s Giant, Amaranthus cruentus                100/ 3.00
Thriving, 6-8’ tall with thick plumose tops full of tiny black
seeds, prolific.   
   Elephant Head, Amaranthus andeana                   100/ 3.00
Beautiful, thick burgundy columns, plants can become huge.
CHENOPODIACEAE- now in Amaranthaceae
 Beets- Three Root grex, Beta vulgaris                40 / 3.50
  Interbreeding mix of gold, pink & purple heirlooms, excellent.
 Buckwheat- Fagopyrum esculentum                    50/3.00
   Faro Chenopodium quinoa                             100 / 4.00             
   3-4ft plants,  Beautiful nutritious Andean grain       
    Kcoito Chenopodium quinoa  Beautiful mix of Golds, 
Pinks and  Purple seeds, from Seed Dreams.                 100/ 4.00
Double Purple Orach- Atriplex hortensis             40 / 3.00
  Beautiful bright spring and  summer salad, great fresh and cooked
Spinach- Red Veined spinacea oleracea   40/ 3.50
  Beautiful unique pointed leaf red veined spinach.
LAMIACEAEThe Mint family
   Genovese Sweet, Ocimum basilicum   100 / 3.00
Medium size 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 perenial feline euphoric, and medicinal.          
 Lavender-Munstead, Lavandula angustifolia 100/ 3.00
 Shiso-  Yamazaki, Perilla frutescens                 100/ 3.00
An aromatic, crisp purple leafed herb, grows to 3ft, beautiful
in salad, used in pickled Umeboshi plums.
Sesame- grown in our greenhouse
  Black Sesamum indicum                                        25/ 3.00
  Tan Sesamum indicum                                           25/ 3.00
Antirrhinum- Snapdragon mix                       50/ 3.00
RANUNCULACEAE-Columbine mix Aquilegia vulgaris                
Mix of purples, pinks, with large and small flowers    50/ 3.00
Bread Seed Poppy- Papaver somniferum                 100/3.00
Culinary seed used in baking, great garden flower

Carnation poppies Papaver somniferum
 Gorgeous pink spring double and single flowers.      100/ 3.00
Atlas Poppy, Papaver ruprifragum                       100/ 3.00
Early beautiful orange flowered perennial.
SOLANACEAE- mostly from the new world, now global.
Giant Groundcherry Physalis peruviana           25/ 3.00
3-4ft semi-erect plants with 1-2in husks, excellent sweet round
orange fruits, annual in a temperate zone, can perennialize,
in  a greenhouse, or tropical zone.
 Peppers-Aci Sivri Cayenne Capsicum annuum 
Heirloom from Turkey, 6-9” medium hot fruits, 2’ plants,
A productive and flavorful hot pepper for us.          30/ 3.00
Criolla Sella Capsicum baccatum v. baccatum        50 /3.00
Beautiful 1ft bushes, loaded with 2-3in orange hot fruits, prolific. 
and more hardy then most peppers. From Bolivia.
Red Chile Manzano Capsicum pubescens            25/ 4.00
2.5x 1.5in fruits sweet fleshed, and spicy on the inside, are
sprawling bushes with purple flowers and black seeds. A tropical or greenhouse perennial, fruits prolifically 2nd year and  many after.
Gold Chile Manzano Capsicum pubescens            25/ 4.00
Orange-yellow fruits 1x1in that are not as hot as the red ones, also sweet and spicy. Black seeds, purple flowers, and sprawling vines. Productive 2nd  year and on.
Cuneo Bell Capsicum annuum                               20/ 3.00
Gold fruits, preforms well in our climate.
Jalapeño Capsicum annuum  Productive, spicy beauties. 25/ 3.00
Hawaiian Chili Capsicum  frutescens              20/3.00
About 1inch long, spicy, and purfect for spicing up just about anything,   
Greenhouse grow, brought from Big Island Hawaii. 
Pablano Capsicum annuum   Prolific in our climate. Excellent when Stuffed and Roasted                                                30/ 3.00
Tobacco- San Pueblo Nicotiana rustica 100/ 3.00
Scherazi Nicotiana tabacum              100/ 3.00
Tomatillo- Purple  Physalis philadelphica          25/3.00
Mixture of sizes and purple blush, productive, beautiful and tasty.
Amish Paste Solanum lycopersicum 30/ 3.00
Indeterminate vines with long lasting medium fruits, excellent
flavor, fresh or sauce.
 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 Cherry Solanum lycopersicum                  25/ 3.00
 Indeterminte, tasty purple cherry tomato
 Red Centiflor Solanum lycopersicum                    25/ 3.00
¾ in cherry toms, in huge clusters, on indeterminate vines.
Centi-flor=hundred flowers=hyper-tress, Breeding by Peace Seeds.
Orange CentiflorSolanum lycopersicum          20/ 3.00  
 Indeterminate plants with hyper-tresses of orange tasty tomatos,  
New unique child  of Sungold.
 Yellow Centiflor  Solanum lycopersicum            25/ 3.00
Hyper-tresses of yellow fruits on indeterminate vine AMK original.
Chocolate Cherry Solanum lycopersicum           25/ 3.00
Excellent purple cherry tomato in the top 5 of  50 in our taste test.
Early Willamette Solanum lycopersicum                           30/ 3.00
Skorospelka x Willamette,1-3 oz red fruits in clusters, 
Early determinate, 3-set bushes, Breeding by AMK.
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”, AMK original. 
Gold Roma  Solanum lycopersicum                   20/ 3.00
Productive, orange long lasting fruits on short determinate plants. 
Joe Pesch Solanum lycopersicum              20/ 3.00
 Indeterminate Italian heirloom, Unique dense pink fruit, tasty.
Palestinian Solanum lycopersicum                        25/ 3.00
Heirlooom with very large flavorful fruits, 1/2-2# on indeterminate vines, from Palestine, Ohio.
Peacevine Cherry Solanum lycopersicum           30/ 3.00
Selected from hybrid (Sweet 100), by Alan Kapuler beginning
in 1973. Vigorous indeterminate vines, mixture of tress types. 
High in vitamin C and GABA, an amino acid and neurotransmitter.
Stupice  Solanum lycopersicum                               30/ 3.00
Very early indeterminate, productive clusters of medium fruits.
Willamette Solanum lycopersicum                                    30/ 3.00

     Early-mid season,  3-4in slicer, indeterminate vines.

  Arugula- Roquette, Eruca sativa                     100/ 3.00
            European salad mustard.  A salad favorite.
  Broccoli- Nutribud, Brassica oleracea v. italica  100/ 4.00

Vigorous  all season cultivar. High in glutamine, an important amino acid, 

amino acids make proteins. Selected for over a decade by AMK.

Purple of Sicily, Brassica oleracea                      100/ 4.00

Heirloom came to us being called a cauliflower, looks more 
like a broccoli, nice assortment of shades of purple.

 Kale- All varieties especially tasty after hard frost.

   Frizee Brassica napus                                            100/ 3.00

Beautiful double curled kale, Peace Seeds original.
   Oregreen Curl Brassica oleracea                      100/ 3.00
3ft plants,  curly crisp leaves, Peace Seeds original.
Russian Red Brassica napus                                  100/ 3.00
Beautiful, purple stems & veins, prolific heirloom. 

Savoy Brassica oleracea                                          100/ 3.00
 curly leaf, shades of green, lots of variation.   
 Steely Green Brassica oleracea                 100/ 3.00
Beautiful mostly glossy leaves.
Mustard- Red Giant Brassica juncea    100/ 3.00
 2-3 ft plants; large, purple beautiful leaves, self- sowing
White Braccica hirta Used to make Dijon mustard. 30/ 3.00
Sweet Rocket- Hesperis matronalis                       100/ 3.00
Beautiful fragrant spring purple flowers, great re-seeding cut flower.

Turnips- Six Root grex,

Brassica campestris ssp. rapifera                       100/ 3.00

A mix of cultivars that adapt to local gardens with fine
roots and tops.
Roselle Hibiscus sabdariffa  Medicinal, used to make hibiscus tea,
 Grown in our greenhouse as an annual.                       10/ 3.00
Marshmallow- Althaea officinalis
 Mucilaginous, vigorous medicinal root                       30/ 3.00
  Mashua  T ropaeolm tuberosum v. pilifera

A vigorous and productive tuberous rooted nasturtium.

Tubers are cream colored, with purple eyes, 4-8” long, and 

unique favor produces in abundance when earthed up.   

Vining habit with beautiful nectar filled small orange flowers.

2 tubers/ $5 + $2 s+h or  12 tubers / 20.00 +$5 s+h

Nasturtium mix- Tropeolum majus                      15/ 3.00
Self-seeding, salad flowers and greens.
 Achocha Cyclanthera brachystegia                        15/ 4.00
One of the Andean vegetables, unique  edible 1-2” 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, 
excellent raw or stuffed and baked.   
Gourds- Dinosaur Lagenaria siceraria           10/ 3.00
Used as instruments, and beautiful ornaments
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 when ripe.
Squash- All squash and zucchini are hand pollinated to insure clean lines
Buttercup Cucurbita maxima                 10/ 4.00
Deep orange flesh, excellent flavor, 3-5 lb green fruits on vines. 
Diversity Delicata Cucurbita pepo                                   10/ 4.00
Sweet Potato Delicata Cucurbita pepo                            10/ 4.00
Sweetmeat Cucurbita maxima Great, heirloom, large fruits. 10/ 4.00
Watermelon- Early Moonbeam Citrullus vulgaris  15/ 3.00
Delicious early yellow 2-5 lb melons, grows well in cool weather
as well as warm. Selected for over 2 decades by Peace Seeds.
Zucchini- Costata Romanesca Cucurbita pepo  10/4.00
Heirloom, ribbed delicious fruits, vigorous vines, productive.
Golden Bush Cucurbita pepo                    10/4.00
Bright golden fruits, compact plant
FABACEAE-nitrogen fixers and homes for microbes.

  Beans- Adzuki Vigna angularis, the red bean of China 30/ 3.00

Alice Sunshine Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris   20/ 3.00

 large vigorous plants, flat green 5-7” pods, fine flavor,

original breeding by Robert Lobitz.

Biko Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris                      30/ 3.00
 beautiful tresses 5-6”pods,vine AMK original.
Black Mitla Tepary Phaseolus acutifolius             40/ 3.00
Heirloom productive, sprawling bushes,  about 90 days
Blauhilda Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris              30/ 3.00
Excellent productive, purple podded snap, from Adaptive Seeds.
Bountiful Bush Wax Phaseolus vulgaris              30/ 3.00
Great tasting, productive yellow bush bean.
Chome Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris                30/ 3.00
Vigorous, snap vine, selected by AMK.
Crane Lake Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris         20/ 3.00
   5-6” pods, Lobitz original. Beautiful seeds.
Domatsu Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris              30/ 3.00
excellent 6-7” beans carried in clusters. Productive. breeding by AMK
Dow Purple Pod Snap Pole  Phaseolus vulgaris  30/3.00
Vigorous heirloom 7-8 inch purple snap beans.
Dylys Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris                   30/ 3.00
Excellent, pickled, fresh, 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.
Echte Kipfler Pole Phaseolus vulgaris.              30/ 3.00
 Meaning "Genuine Crescent" in German, clusters of
crescent shaped green/purple pods, productive
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
 Heirloom from Poland. Large white seeds, remarkable 20 ft vines,  
 snap and epic soup bean.
Long Lake Giant Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris      20/ 3.00
Pink flowered, 7in green pods, very productive, selected by Lobitz.
Maggie’s Crescent Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris
Unique beautiful seeds, 5 in pods, Lobitz original.               20/ 3.00
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 ago. brown and white mottled seeds.
 Paula Snap Bush, Phaseolus vulgaris                   20/ 3.00
4-5in pods, productive, original by Robert Lobitz.
 Purple Amazon Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris    20/ 3.00
 Beautiful tasty dark purple pods, worth growing, Lobitz original.
 Purple Diamond Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris 
 Excellent dark purple round 6-7in pods,  public domain
plant breeding by Robert Lobitz.                                   20/ 3.00
Purple Dove Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris       20/ 3.00
5in purple snap pods, Lobitz original.
Red Swan Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris          20/ 3.00
Early red-pink skinned 5” round pods, tasty, original by Robert Lobitz
Rose Creek Beauty Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris  20/ 3.00
6-7” round green snap pods, a Lobitz original. Great soup bean too                          
Scarlet Emperor Runner Phaseolus coccineus        20/ 3.00
Excellent cultivar, scarlet flowers setting 6 to10” pods, on 10’ vines,
great snap and soup bean. Heirloom.
Shinshu Runner Phaseolus coccineus                      5/ 4.00
Unique bean from Japan, largest bean we have seen, red flowers.
Scheitze Betwe Wax Pole Phaseolus vulgaris  20/ 3.00
Withner’s True Cornfield pole, Phaseolus vulgaris  20/ 4.00
Heirloom passed on to Peace Seeds by the great orchidologist Carl L.Withner, 
he will be well remembered, and live on through the plants.
Victoria Brown Eyes Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris  20/ 3.00
5 in  pods, productive, developed by Robert Lobitz.
Wanamingo Snap Bush Phaseolus vulgaris           20/ 3.00
 Black and white seeds, with 5”snap pods, Lobitz original.
Romano Snap Pole Phaseolus vulgaris 20/ 3.00
Broad 8-10” pods, 8’ vines, tasty. White seeded romano bean.                           
Yard Long Beans (Yalobe) Vigna unguiculata          
Mostly  purple 16” pods, 10’ vines, delicious in stirfries,
 greenhouse grown, likes warm nights.                                         20/ 4.00
Favabeans- Longpod Major Vicia faba

3-4’tall plants, 8” pods with up to 5 large tasty seeds per pod. 15/ 3.00

Garbanzo- Munk’s Moroccan Cicer arietinum
 Purple flowers, tan-brown seeds, and productive           20/ 3.00
 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 Peace Seeds originals.
       Hyper-tendril Snap Bush Pisum sativum            20/ 5.00
Hyper-tendril bush 3ft, purple flower, snap
Oregon Hyper-tendril Snow Bush Pisum sativum 20/ 5.00
3ft bush, Hyper-tendril, purple flower, snow,
Green Beauty Vine Pisum sativum                            30/ 3.00
Beautiful purple flowers, 8’ vines, X-large snow/snap peas, excellent 
when left  to mature, then they puff out.
Magnolia Blossom Snap Vine Pisum sativum       30/ 3.00
Prolific tasty green snap peas, 6-8’ tall purple flowered vines, with
Hyper-tendrils (HT) which are multiplied tendrils, giving them 
many more curls to hold them selves up and climb.
Opal Creek Snap Vine Pisum sativum                     30/ 3.00
Unique tasty yellow snap pods, 6’ vine, heat tolerant,
named in commemoration of the struggle for the old growth forests.
Spring Blush Snap Vine Pisum sativum           30/ 3.00
Vigorous 6-8 ft HT vines, green snap peas with pink blush.
Spring Rose Snow Vine Pisum sativum             20/ 5.00
Pink flowered medium sized, vine snow pea. Peace Seedlings original
Sugaree Snap Vine Pisum sativum                      30/ 3.00
Productive, sweet green snap peas on 8’ vines, with white flowers.
Sugar Magnolia Snap Vine Pisum sativum     20/ 4.00
Productive, delicious purple podded snap pea, with purple flowers on 8ft vines, one of a kind.
Pigeon Pea- Cajanus cajan                                             20/ 4.00
Perennial nitrogen-fixer living 3-10 years, growing 6-10’
bushy plants. Growing and over-wintering in our greenhouse for many years. 
 A primary foodplant in zone 10 and warmer places.
Soybeans  - Glycine max  
Grown in China for thousands of years as an important protein
source, making tofu, tempeh, tamari, miso, and edamame (steamed
green soybean).  Different varieties range in maturing times from
July to November. Essential and delicious food crop.
Aoyu                                                                 25/ 3.00
mid-season productive edamame, green seeds 14”plants   
Black Hokkaido                                         25/ 3.00
2’ plants productive, mid-early, makes lavender tofu, beautiful.
Black Pearl   2’ plant, nutty edamame, early-mid  25/ 3.00
Cha Kura Kake                                       25/ 3.00
2’, bi-color seeds, midseason, 46% protein.  
Hidatsa                                                                    25/ 3.00
1’ tall early edamame, delicious light green seeds.     
Hakucho                                                                  25/ 3.00
Productive, large green mid-season edamame, 2’ tall  
Jewel                                                          25/ 3.00
2-3’ plants with beautiful bicolor seeds, productive           
Nef Feng II tall plants, productive, yellow seeds  25/ 3.00
OAC Ares 4’plants, plants twine, yellow seeds        25/ 3.00
Oosodefuri                                                             25/ 3.00
1-2’ plants mid-season, large green seeds, excellent edamame
Sapporo Maddori Mid-early, long standing as edamame 25/ 3.00
Soyamasume productive, mid-season edamame   25/ 3.00
Tengamine Early edamame,                                     25/ 3.00
Tohya Mid-season edamame, light green  seeds             25/ 3.00
Velvet 3’ plants, covered in silky hairs, small yellow seeds.25/ 3.00
Vinton 81 3-5’ late, yellow seeds great for making tofu 25/ 3.00
 Oca Oxalis tuberosa
Beautiful brightly colored tubers, tuberizing after equinox,
harvested late fall, after frost. Important food plant to the Andean mountain peoples.  
Mixed Oca  12 tubers /10.00
Hopin (pink and white)   12 tubers /10.00
Mexican Red(dark red)    12 tubers /10.00
Sunset (orange with red eyes)  12 tubers /10.00
Bolivian Red (red and yellow)   10 tubers /10.00
Amarillo(yellow)  6 tubers /10.00
New this year:
Moonshine(light bright yellow)  6 tubers /10.00
Twilight(Yellow with pink eyes) 5 tubers /10.00
Rosy Gems (blushed pink) 5 tubers /10.00
Bulk Oca- Mixed Oca $30/lb +$7 per pound shipping
LINACEAE- Flax- Golden seeded, Linum usitatissimum
 Excellent culinary cultivar.                                                      50/3.00
                        Appreciation and Recognition
Thanks to Mushroom and Linda for all your support, collaboration,
and most of all ongoing patience. Much Thanks to Alex Curnew, GalexC for all your energy and enthusiasm. Dan and Tracy Lamblin for your ongoing support. Deep gratitude to the Brown’s for providing amazingly fertile ground.  Thanks to Tommy and Laurel for making organic local agriculture happen at OCF for a decade, we will keep growing.  Thanks to all the family, friends and supporters who have contributed their efforts and support to this growing endeavor.   
 Peace and enjoy the seasons,
Dylana Kapuler and Mario DiBenedetto
Terms of Business
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. Most of the seeds are grown in our 2.5-acre garden. The remainder comes from our home backyard garden with the few exceptions that are grown by  our collaborators.