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Vegetable Seed Collection


Turn your back yard or patio into an urban farm with our vegetable seed collection.
This classic selection of Fruit & Vegetable seeds will keep you and your family fed with the high-quality fresh fruit & vegetables for the whole season, including strawberries, cucumbers, tomatoes, squash, bibb lettuce, carrots, peppers and broccoli!

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  • Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Squash, and Peppers take 1-2 weeks to sprout. Strawberries, Carrots and Broccoli take 2-3 weeks to sprout.
  • Lettuce can be harvested after a month and a half. Carrots and cucumbers can be harvested after 2 months. Tomatoes, peppers and broccoli can be harvested after 3 months. Squash can be harvested after 4 months.
  • Lettuce requires part shade, or 4+ hours of sunlight. Strawberries and carrots require part sun, or 5+ hours of direct sunlight.Tomatoes require full sun, or 6+ hours of sunlight. Peppers, Squash and Cucumbers require full sun, or 7+ hours of direct sunlight.
  • Water 2-3 times per week.
  • Dependent on the plant. Check links for information on growing.
  • When we saw the resurgence of “Victory Gardening” with COVID-19, we thought, how can we help? We used our expertise in small space vegetables to develop this beginner friendly collection.
  • Comes with a planting guide that lays out how to sow, space and care for each plant as well as enough seeds to cover a 128 sqft growing area, or four 4×8′ raised bed planters (16 sqft per seed variety/packet).
  • What you need depends on how you decide you grow your seed. You may need a pot or another type of container. Plus water and sun of course!

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 3.5 × 3.5 × 1 in

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