Farms By Grace

"Lettuce" Help You Grow!

SEEDLINGS
 

FarmsByGrace has many seedlings available to use in your Tower Garden.  We are proud members of the Western Growers Association and we have our growers permit from the Arizona Department of Agriculture. Tower Garden gives you organic farm fresh produce right on your back patio.  And FarmsByGrace wants to enhance that experience by providing you with seedling options.  There is no need to shop around, we have everything you need right here. To place an order for seedlings simply contact us by email at [email protected] or fill out the form at the bottom of the page.  Here are just few of the many options available as of 12/04/2014

Please Contact Us any time for current seedlings and product availability.

Some of our Seedlings

ruby swiss chard
Ruby Red or Rhubarb Chard 
(OG) $2.00

Candy-apple red stems with dark green, red-veined leaves.

Great as a true red color in salad mix. CAUTION: Young Ruby Red plants may bolt to seed if exposed to frosts; time sowings to avoid frost on seedlings. Decorticated (rubbed), sized seeds. Organically grown.  Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   32 baby, 59 bunching.

red bibb lettuce
Rhazes (OG) Bibb Lettuce 
$1.00

Red Little Gem-type for spring, summer, and fall mini head production.

Dark red leaves with a bright green heart. Very uniform with good bolt tolerance. Pairs very nicely with Bambi. Resistant to DM races 1, 4-6, 13, 15, and 17.  Organically grown.  Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   42

Bambi romaine lettuce
Bambi Bibb Lettuce 
$1.00

Little Gem-type for mini heads.

Bambi’s dark green, smooth leaves form true mini heads that set a new standard for lettuce flavor and texture. Performs well in early, mid, and late plantings. Resistant to DM races 1, 5, and 7. Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   50

Boston Butter lettuce
Nancy (OG) 
$1.00

Traditional Boston type for spring and fall.

The medium-green leaves are unusually thick and crisp, so the head is sturdy and holds well. The large, well-packed heart has excellent butterhead quality. Slow to bottom rot, with resistance to 9 races of mildew and LMV. Also available pelleted. Organically grown.  Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   52

encore lettuce mix
Encore Lettuce Mix (OG) 
$1.00

An all-organic lettuce mix.

A stunning mix of different colors, shapes and textures. Includes Green Oakleaf, Red Oakleaf, Green Romaine, Red Romaine, Lollo Rossa, Red Leaf, and Bibb lettuces. Suitable for outdoor production or in low-light conditions present in hoophouses and greenhouses. Similar to our popular Allstar Gourmet Lettuce Mix but organic. Organically grown.  Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   28

Heat tolerant lettuce

Lettuce (sold out)

$1.00


Green summer crisp with open heads. The leaves have characteristics of both a romaine and a greenleaf, and are arranged in a whorl, giving the plant a unique vase-like shape. Leaves are thick, juicy, and flavorful. Also available with NOP-compliant pelleting. Organically grown. Plant Cycle: (A) Days to Maturity or Bloom: 51

Romaine lettuce
Coastal Star (OG)
 $1.00

Heat tolerant, full-size romaine.

The large, heavy heads are dark green. Suitable for marketing as full heads or romaine hearts. Good, sweet flavor. Corky root resistant. Organically grown. Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   57

Sinova Spinach
Corvair (F1) (OG)
 $2.00

Organic spinach for spring crops.

Very dark-green, uniform, oval leaves. Slow bolting. Upright plants hold well. Resistant to DM races 1-11. Unsized seed. Organically grown.  Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   39

Arugula
Arugula (OG) 
$1.50

The standard arugula.

Long, dark, lobed leaves are suitable for salad mix or bunching. White flowers with dark pink veins make attractive spicy additions to salad mixes.  Organically grown.  Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   21 baby, 40 full size

Snow Peas
Sugar Snap (OG)  
$1.50

Most flavorful snap variety.

Sugar Snap has become a household name in the U.S. since its 1979 introduction. The vines are tall, growing about 6′ or more, and need support. Pods are about 3″ long, 1/2″ across, and bear over a long picking period. Both peas and pods are sweet. Yields well in both hot and cold weather. Remove string from pods before cooking. CAUTION: Not mildew resistant. AAS Winner. Organically grown.  Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   62

Bush Beans
Provider (OG) Bush Bean 
$1.50


Earliest to market.

Provider can be planted earlier than other beans because it germinates well in cool soils. Compact plants are easy to grow and adaptable to diverse soil and climate conditions. Produces 5 1/2″ fleshy round pod green beans. Purple seeds. Organically grown. Plant Cycle:   (A)   Days to Maturity or Bloom:   50

Red Bell Peppers

Bell Peppers 

$2.00(out of season)


Widely adapted, Olympus has performed well in both the South as well as warmer regions in the North. Medium size plants with good leaf cover. High-yielding, uniform fruit with good flavor. Similar to Orion, which it replaces. Organically grown.

Plant Cycle: (A) Days to Maturity or Bloom: 65 green, 85 red ripe

Vine ripe tomatos

Defiant PhR Tomatoes

 $2.00(out of season)


Bred for both disease resistance and flavor. This mid-size slicer has high resistance to late blight and intermediate resistance to early blight combined with great flavor. The 6-8 oz., globe-shaped fruit are smooth and medium-firm with good texture. Deep red internal and external color. High-yielding, medium-sized plants are widely adaptable. Defiant was traditionally bred to inherit the Ph-2 and Ph-3 major genes for late blight (Phytophthora) resistance. Our thanks to No. Carolina State Univ. for their cooperation. Determinate. Organic.

Cherry Tomatos

Jasper (F1) (OG) 

$2.00(out of season)


Small, deep red cherry resists late blight.

Round, 7-10 gm. fruits are crack resistant, borne on small trusses, and store on the plant well, resisting cracking and rot. The texture is pleasantly chewy, and the flavor is sweet and rich. Plants are extra vigorous and tall, staying healthy for a long picking period. Intermediate resistance to early blight, Septoria Leaf Spot, fusarium races 1 & 2, and late blight. Indeterminate. AAS winner. Organically grown.

Italian Eggplant

Eggplant (out of season)

$2.00


Traditional black Italian type. Glossy black fruit in the classic bell shape, 5 1/2-6 1/2″ long by 3-3 1/2″ diameter. Good flavor. Very uniform, high-yielding plants. Green calyx. Organically grown. Plant Cycle: (A) Days to Maturity or Bloom: 70

Italian flat leaf parsley

Giant of Italy Organic Leaf Parsley 

$2.00


The preferred culinary variety.  Huge, dark green leaves with great flavor. Strong, upright stems make Giant of Italy one of the best parsleys for fresh market sales. Very high yielding. Ht. 18-20″

Genovese Basil

Genovese Organic Basil 

$1.50(sold out)


Classic Italian variety.  Authentic flavor and appearance. Tall and relatively slow to bolt with large, dark green leaves about 3″ long. Ht. 24-30″. 68 days to harvest.

Onion chives
Staro (OG) Chives 
$1.50

Heaviest leaf for processing and freezing.

Best for markets demanding a thicker leaf for freezing, drying, or fresh use. Organic seeds. Organically grown.

Cilantro

Cilantro(OG) 

$1.50



Dill

Dill 

$1.50(sold out)


Reseeding hardy annual 3-4′ plant.  Harvest the feathery foliage when plants are 6-8″ tall for fresh use and drying.  Flowers attract beneficial insects and are used in pickling along with the dried seeds.  Organic.

Sage

Garden Sage 

$1.50


Hardy perennial 2-3′ plant.  This heirloom variety has been grown for centuries as a culinary herb.  Fragrant grayish-green leaves are used fresh or dried, and spikes of purple flowers attract bees in spring.

Pickling cucumbers

Excelsior  

$2.00(out of season)


New! Attractive, high-yielding, pickler for the greenhouse. Excelsior produces dark green, blocky, nicely proportioned, 4-5″ cucumbers with American-style spines. Vigorous, balanced plant with consistent fruit setting. Excellent flavor. Also does well in screen houses, in the field under row cover, or wherever else pollinators are absent. Parthenocarpic and gynoecious. Organically grown.

zucchini

Dark Star Zucchini 

$2.00 (out of season)


Tender annual 4′ bush,  6-8″ fruit.  Open plants with smooth, spineless stalks yield classy dark green fruits all summer.  Organic

Yellow Squash

Yellow Crookneck Squash 

$2.00(out of season)


Tender annual 3-4′ bush.  This easy to grow heirloom, yellow summer squash produces abundant fruits with graceful necks that are famous for flavor.  Organic

Sugar baby watermellon

Sugar Baby Watermelon 

$2.00 (out of season)


Tender annual 10-12 lbs fruits.  Suitable for a small garden, this variety yields compact vines and produces an abundance of small, flavorful red-orange sweet fruits with near black rinds.  Organic

Cantaloupe

Muskmelon 

$2.00 (out of season)


Wonderful Colorado heirloom also known as ‘Rocky Ford’. Popular green-flesh muskmelon with a heavily netted rind, and smooth, sweet-flavored flesh. Fruits avg. 2-3 lb. A good keeper with firm flesh. Organically grown.

Spacghetti Squash

Spaghetti Squash 

$2.00 (out of season)


Yellow, spaghetti-like flesh. Skin is ivory changing to pale yellow at maturity. Bake like squash or boil and fork out the flesh, topping the “spaghetti” with your favorite sauce. 3-5 lb. oblong fruit. Avg. yield: 4-5 fruits/plant.  Plant Cycle: (A) Days to Maturity or Bloom: 88

Sunflower

Sunflower 

$1.00(SOLD OUT)


A truly “miniature” sunflower for container and garden use. Golden orange petals surround a black disc. Plant habit depends on the size of the container. Will flower year round, regardless of day length. In small pots, under short day conditions, the plant will grow to about 6″. In large containers, under long day conditions, branching can be induced and plants will grow to about 15-20″. Pollenless. Ht. 6-20″.  Plant Cycle: (A) Days to Maturity or Bloom: 50-55

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