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Amaranth – Red Garnet

Amaranth, Red Garnet (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Red Garnet Amaranth has many uses! Cook it as you would any other green, or allow it to flower for a beautiful display of brightly colored red flowers. The grain from the Red Garnet Amaranth can also be used. This plant isn’t shy either, with the right soil. it can grow 10+ feet! Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 12″-18″ apart 3-4 days 60-90 degrees Early spring 4+ feet tall 2+ feet 2+ What is Amaranth, Red Garnet? Amaranth is generally a summer annual. With stunning red flowers, this Amaranth is not only edible but beautiful too. This is a garnet colored sprout that has a wide variety of uses. Amaranth is very easy to grow, heat and drought resistant and grows exceptionally well if you have rich soil or compost. Health Benefits of Amaranth Do you have grey hair? Amaranth helps to prevent premature graying, mainly due to the minerals it contains. It helps to lower bad cholesterol and also can reduce inflammation and ease pain. Especially important for people suffering from diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Great for tackling high blood pressure and may even help prevent cancer. Don’t forget it is a wonderful source of protein. Ways to Consume Amaranth Amaranth is a lot like quinoa as far as being a “protein packed” seed. You can roast, pop, or boil these seeds. Use as a breakfast cereal, or combine it with other grains. Amaranth is a wonderful soup thickener because of it’s gelatinous quality when cooked. Cook the leaves of the Amaranth plant, similar to how you would cook/use spinach leaves. See Amaranth Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Amaranth on Pinterest.

Angelica

Angelica, Herb (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Angelica archangelica. “Angelica archangelica, commonly known as garden angelica, Holy Ghost, wild celery, and Norwegian angelica, is a biennial plant from the Apiaceae family, a subspecies of which is cultivated for its sweetly scented edible stems and roots.” – source/wiki “Angelica archangelica roots have been used in the traditional Austrian medicine internally as tea or tincture for treatment of disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, nervous system, and also against fever, infections, and flu.” – source/wiki

Anise

Anise (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A known digestive-aid, anti- flatulence agent and fights off coughs and colds! It has a long history of medicinal uses, but widely known for effectively fighting off your common colds or coughs. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 12″ apart 10-20 days 70+ degrees Early spring 2-4 feet 1 feet 1 What is Anise? Anise is known for it’s very aromatic seeds which are mostly used for cooking and herbal medicine. It is a flowering plant which has leaves that taste similar to licorice, fennel or tarragon. You may be familiar with the Anise flavor if you’ve had absinthe, because Anise seeds are the basis for this famous alcoholic beverage. Health Benefits of Anise Anise has a history of being used as a spice and fragrance. Uses range from treatment of digestive problems to toothaches. It helps breathing, relives pain, and eases thirst. Bloated? Try consuming a little anise. It also has been used to treat asthma, bronchitis and coughs. Ways to Consume Anise Anise is often added to licorice flavored foods and treats, but also wonderful when paired with dairy products, gelatin’s, puddings meats and candies. It is commonly used as a spice, but the seeds can be used as a breath freshener. See Anise Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Anise on Pinterest.

Artichoke – Green Globe

Green Globe Artichoke Seeds 100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO Artichoke Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 2 – 4 feet apart 7 – 21 days 70F to 80F Early spring 3 ft. – 5 ft. 5 ft. – 6 ft. 1 plant requires appx. 9 sq. ft. Latin Name | Cynara Scolymus Grow Zones | 7+ Days to Maturity | 85-120 days Hardiness Temp | 65- 80 degrees F Plant Size | Appx. 3-4 ft. Tall, Appx. 4 ft. wide Light Requirements | Full Sun Sowing Method | Direct sow / Start indoors approximately 7-8 weeks before last frost Season | Early Spring Click here for complete Artichoke grow guide Health Benefits of Artichokes Artichoke flower heads are packed with antioxidants! Most of the good stuff is located within the pulp of the leaves, but you can also reap the health benefits of this plant if you eat the leaves or stems once dried. Want to reduce your cholesterol or improve digestion? Maybe have better gut bacteria? Eating more artichokes might be for you! It also helps with other gut/digestion problems like IBS. Ways to Eat Artichokes Artichokes can be eaten in so many fun ways. Most of us have eaten them by removing the leaves one by one and dipping them in a homemade sauce, butter, vinegar or mayonnaise dip. Lemon juice can be spritzed on them for a light “summery” treat. Don’t stop at the leaves though, once you remove the inedible choke by peeling it away from the base you can eat the heart of the artichoke. Everyone loves artichoke dip! The Green Globe Artichoke produces large heads from an edible bud with numerous triangular scales. The edible portion of the buds are the fleshy lower portions (including the base, known as the “heart”). The Green Globe artichoke is by far the most popular artichoke variety suitable for all gardeners – beginner to advanced.Quick Note | The artichoke is an interesting vegetable. It’s actually a species of thistle, that has flower buds which are edible before they come into bloom. The base is edible but once the buds bloom, you wouldn’t want to eat it, it becomes barely edible at that point. Artichokes are also perennial plants in many regions. Pinterest Board on all-things Artichoke Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Artichokes on Pinterest.

Artichoke – Violet Star

Violet Star Artichoke Seeds 100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO Artichoke Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 2 – 4 feet apart 7 – 21 days 70F to 80F Early spring 3 ft. – 5 ft. 5 ft. – 6 ft. 1 plant requires appx. 9 sq. ft. Latin Name | Cynara Scolymus Grow Zones | 7+ Days to Maturity | 85-120 days Hardiness Temp | 65- 80 degrees F Plant Size | Appx. 3-4 ft. Tall, Appx. 4 ft. wide Light Requirements | Full Sun Sowing Method | Direct sow / Start indoors approximately 7-8 weeks before last frost Season | Early Spring Click here for complete Artichoke grow guide Health Benefits of Artichokes Artichoke flower heads are packed with antioxidants! Most of the good stuff is located within the pulp of the leaves, but you can also reap the health benefits of this plant if you eat the leaves or stems once dried. Want to reduce your cholesterol or improve digestion? Maybe have better gut bacteria? Eating more artichokes might be for you! It also helps with other gut/digestion problems like IBS. Ways to Eat Artichokes Artichokes can be eaten in so many fun ways. Most of us have eaten them by removing the leaves one by one and dipping them in a homemade sauce, butter, vinegar or mayonnaise dip. Lemon juice can be spritzed on them for a light “summery” treat. Don’t stop at the leaves though, once you remove the inedible choke by peeling it away from the base you can eat the heart of the artichoke. Everyone loves artichoke dip! The Green Globe Artichoke produces large heads from an edible bud with numerous triangular scales. The edible portion of the buds are the fleshy lower portions (including the base, known as the “heart”). The Green Globe artichoke is by far the most popular artichoke variety suitable for all gardeners – beginner to advanced.Quick Note | The artichoke is an interesting vegetable. It’s actually a species of thistle, that has flower buds which are edible before they come into bloom. The base is edible but once the buds bloom, you wouldn’t want to eat it, it becomes barely edible at that point. Artichokes are also perennial plants in many regions. Pinterest Board on all-things Artichoke Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Artichokes on Pinterest.

Arugula – Roquette

Arugula Roquette 100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO Latin | Eruca vesicaria sativa Family | Eruca / Mustard Difficulty | Easy Days to Harvest | 25-40 Hardiness | Frost hardy Grow Zone | Can be grown in all zones Light Requirements | Full sun/part shade Sowing Method | Direct sow/ start indoors Season | Cooler months Plant Height/Width | Arugula can usually be harvested as early as 4 weeks after planting. The leaves of the Arugula plant add a tangy/peppery flavor to any meal. This variety of Arugula is an “easy-to-grow” green. Plant in the spring, and again in the fall. Arugula is one of the easiest leafy greens you can grow. Arugula is very rich in vitamin C and potassium. It’s been referred to as an aphrodisiac, and used commonly as a “leaf vegetable”. The young seed pods, flowers, leaves and mature seeds are all edible.Arugula has been acknowledged by the American Cancer Society because of it’s anticancer compounds and all of the antioxidants that it possesses. Arugula Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Best Season to Plant_________ Sun Requirement Soil Requirements 0.5 inches deep 6″ apart 4 – 7 days 40F to 55F Late fall and early spring. Full sun / partial shade Prefers soil with pH levels of 6.0 – 7.0. Soil should be kept evenly moist. How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Arugula(click here for more detailed growing instructions) Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Arugula on Pinterest.

Asparagus (Crowns/Roots) – Jersey Knight

Bare Root – 2 Year Old. All male Variety. Can produce for 20 + years! The top name in Jersey male asparagus. Phenomenal yields, excellent quality and disease resistant. Yields (3-4x) are possible because the roots are almost all male. Dark green spears with purple bracts. Shoot tips hold tighter than other varieties allowing for an extended harvest period. This asparagus can be used either raw or cooked.

Asparagus (Crowns/Roots) – Purple Passion

Bare Root – 2 Year Old. All male Variety. Yields (3-4x) are possible because the roots are male. Can produce for 20 + years! Purple Passion is the best asparagus variety. Produces beautiful dark purple bracts that are sweeter than standard green varieties. Plants are very vigorous and fully produce in the third year with large tender spears. This asparagus can be used either raw or cooked.

Asparagus – Mary Washington

Asparagus Mary Washington seeds 100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO The Mary Washington Asparagus is an extremely popular variety and old heirloom variety as well. These asparagus plants are perennials, and this variety can easily produce for up to 20 years! Asparagus is best planted in early spring or fall, and can be grow in all areas and all types of soil! There’s nothing better than home grown and hand picked asparagus! Did you know that asparagus makes for a great diuretic, or that it contains very high levels of beta carotene and other vitamins and minerals? Need more fiber? Chew on some asparagus. And . If you’re looking for help with controlling your diabetes, or preventing kidney stones. you should be planting and eating more asparagus! If you’re looking for help with controlling your diabetes, or preventing kidney stones. you should be planting and eating more asparagus! Asparagus is actually a perennial (a plant that lives for more than two years), spring or fall, flowering plant. It thrives in maritime habitats and can survive in soils that are too saline for weeds to grow. Crowns of asparagus are planted in the winter and your first shoots will appear in the spring. When you first start harvesting, those small shoots are often referred to as “thinnings” or sprue. Asparagus Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Best Season to Plant_________ Sun Requirement Plant Height 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 7-21 days 75F to 85F Late fall and early spring. Full sun / partial shade 3′ – 5′ tall How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Asparagus (click here for more detailed growing instructions) Asparagus seeds started indoors should be started in 4 inch pots approximately 3 months before the last frost. They will germinate best at daytime temperatures at around 75-80 F, and a low temperature at night of around 65F. It may take as long as 3 weeks for the asparagus seeds to germinate. To hasten germination, soak the seed for 48 hours in water prior to planting. Sow the seeds approximately 1/2″ to 3/4″ deep in rows approximately 2 feet wide. Seedlings should be transplanted or thinned to a minimum of 3-4 inches between plants. These seedlings should grow for a summer, and the following year the ‘yearlings’ should be transplanted to the permanent asparagus bed . learn more Related YouTube Videos (click here for more YouTube search results) Ways to Eat Asparagus Asparagus is delicious when eaten alone. You can boil, steam, grill, roast or saute’ the stems. Don’t be afraid to incorporate asparagus into your other favorite foods such as soups, risotto’s, lasagna’s, quiche and more. Do you like to can your own homegrown vegetables? You can never have to many jars of pickled asparagus! Pinterest Board (click here for more Pinterest Boards) Asparagus is delicious when eaten alone. You can boil, steam, grill, roast or saute’ the stems. Don’t be afraid to incorporate asparagus into your other favorite foods such as soups, risotto’s, lasagna’s, quiche and more. Do you like to can your own homegrown vegetables? You can never have to many jars of pickled asparagus!

Basil – Cinnamon

Basil, Cinnamon (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) By far the most popular variety and possibly one of the most fragrant, this basil grows easily. It’s aroma’s will remind you of sweet cinnamon and it is popular for use in hot drinks and paired with fresh fruit. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 2″-8″ apart 5-10 days 65-85 degrees after last frost Up to 3 feet tall Up to 3 feet wide 1-2 What is Cinnamon Basil? Very easy to grow, and found in many home gardens, this sweet basil is exotic and has dark green leaves with purplish-red stems and purple blooms. It’s spicy and has a cinnamon-like taste and scent. If you like making homemade potpourris or dried flower arrangements try adding some cinnamon basil! Some gardeners grow this variety of basil to help repel certain pests like aphids and mites in their gardens. Health Benefits of Cinnamon Basil Cinnamon basil is a must have, medicinal herb. It offers anti-inflammatory benefits and can relieve symptoms of arthritis! If you suffer from allergies, diabetes, colds, the flu, or infertility, some would swear by the benefits of consuming cinnamon basil and how it’s improved their health. It is even used in the treatment of some cancers. It naturally boosts your immune system and is a known anti-bacterial and anti-viral. Are you growing this yet. because you should be! Ways to Consume Cinnamon Basil Use this exotic and fragrant basil in any recipe that calls for basil. The sweet flavor is great when paired with other fruity herbs. Pick the leaves when small and tender and use them in your favorite recipes or put them in bottles of olive oil to make cinnamon flavored oil. Cinnamon basil pairs harmoniously with apple pie filling, apple sauce, pork or ham dishes. Add frozen basil leaves to soups or sauces. Cinnamon basil can also be used to make refreshing teas, hot or cold! See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Dark Opal Purple

Basil, Dark Opal Purple (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) A 1962 All-America Selections Winner! This annual basil plant produces extremely fragrant dark purple leaves. It can be used as a garnish or to make flavored vinegars. This basil drys excellently and is very easy to grow. Gardening in a small space or wanting to use a container? This variety grows great in them! Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 12″-18″ apart 14-21 days 65-85 degrees after last frost Up to 3 feet tall Up to 3 feet wide 1-2 What is Dark Opal Purple Basil? This sweet and very popular variety of basil has gorgeous purple-black glossy foliage and a delicious aroma. It’s eye catching and a beautiful, colorful garden plant. This basil produces small to medium sized, tender leaves. It is slow to bolt and grows at a steady pace. The dark purple has a green metallic undertone or sheen and in bright light it can appear flat and open. Health Benefits of Dark Opal Purple Basil Dark Opal Purple Basil has a variety of medicinal benefits and has been known to improve digestive functions, treat acne and insect bites, improve nausea, and work as a sedative for muscle spasms and cramps. Ways to Consume Dark Opal Purple Basil Like many basil varieties, Dark Opal Purple Basil has a degree of licorice flavor, and it is used in the culinary world as an attractive garnish with good flavor. Use this herb fresh or dried and even frozen. It works wonderfully in salads and on sandwiches. The uses for this herb are endless and everyone should take advantage of this fresh and spicy leaf. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Genovese

Basil, Genovese (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Genovese Basil is a classic! It’s prized for being sweet with undertones of a spicy flavor. You can’t beat it’s aroma. These plants grow anywhere from 18″-24″ inches and is the variety of choice for making pesto and adding to pizzas. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 14-21 days 65-85 degrees after last frost Up to 3 feet tall Up to 3 feet wide 1 What is Genovese Basil? The most commonly used basil variety for making pesto, you can harvest these leaves as soon as they are large enough to consume. Genovese basil is also known as “Sweet Basil” and a common ingredient to all Italian dishes. The leaves are spoon shaped, glossy and a dark green shade. It grows best in organic-rich and well drained soil and is an easy to grow annual herb that thrives in areas that remain above 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Health Benefits of Genovese Basil Genovese basil is a known health tonic for expecting mothers and when mixed with tea it increases lactation in mothers. It is also a nerve tonic and young children are sometimes encouraged to chew on the leaves of basil because it stimulates brain cells and can increase memory. Ways to Consume Genovese Basil The most popular use is in italian dishes and sauces, especially in genovese sauce and pesto. Genovese Basil goes great in caprese salads and on raw tomatoes for a light, healthy “summery” treat. Mix basil leaves with olive oil and freeze in ice-cube trays for flavored oils when cooking. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Greek

Basil, Greek (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Ocimum basilicum. Annual plant. Produces fragrant small green basil leaves with white flowers. Excellent as a garnish or seasoning. Greek basil is preferred by most culinary chefs. Can be grown indoors in containers. Very easy to grow. Extremely flavorful. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 14-21 days 65-85 degrees after last frost Up to 3 feet tall Up to 3 feet wide 1 Health Benefits of Genovese Basil Basil is a known health tonic for expecting mothers and when mixed with tea it increases lactation in mothers. It is also a nerve tonic and young children are sometimes encouraged to chew on the leaves of basil because it stimulates brain cells and can increase memory. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Herb Mix

Basil, Herb Mix (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO Enjoy some of our most popular varieties of Basil Herbs. This is a special blend of basil varieties we carry, sure to be a show stopper! You’ll enjoy a wide variety of Basil plants with great flavors! Very easy to grow and extremely popular for those that can’t decide on which variety to try in their own garden! Best Seller! Want more? View our entire collection of gourmet culinary & medicinal herb varieties. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board: Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Italian Large Leaf

Basil, Italian Large Leaf (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Italian Large Leaf Basil plant will produce medium to large leaves that can measure up to 4″ long! It is of heriloom variety and is extremely fragrant and used widely in the culinary industry. If you’re a lover of basil, this would be a good variety to plant in your garden. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 2″-8″ apart 5-10 days 75-90 degrees after last frost Up to 3 feet tall Up to 3 feet wide 1-2 What is Italian Large Leaf Basil? Italian Large Leaf Basil is an annual plant that will produce edible and fragrant leaves, flowers, and continue to put off a few more leaves through the process of ending it’s life cycle. This basil grows well in “filtered light” (meaning near a bright window or under a tree), and it grows best in 50-90 degree weather. Warm, but not too warm. Health Benefits of Italian Large Leaf Basil Italian Large Leaf Basil has anti-bacterial properties and anti-inflammatory effects. It’s been known to help people with inflammatory health problems like arthritis or IBS. Basil also contains properties that mimic food preservatives so it makes good sense to try and include more basil into the foods you prepare at home. Basil will help naturally preserve them so they’ll be safer, longer. Basil also contains all the good stuff needed for better cardiovascular health. Ways to Consume Large Leaf Italian Basil Use this variety of basil in your favorite Neapolitan cuisine dishes! Use the extra large leaves, fresh or dried, in tomato dishes, pasta sauces, vegetable dishes and soups. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Leaf Lettuce

Basil, Leaf Lettuce (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Ocimum basilicum. Annual plant. Produces very flavorful and tender basil leaves. Used in many different types of dishes. Leaves can be used dried, fresh, or frozen. 85 days to mature. Can be grown indoors in containers. Very easy to grow. Extremely flavorful. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 14-21 days 65-85 degrees after last frost Up to 3 feet tall Up to 3 feet wide 1 Health Benefits of Genovese Basil Basil is a known health tonic for expecting mothers and when mixed with tea it increases lactation in mothers. It is also a nerve tonic and young children are sometimes encouraged to chew on the leaves of basil because it stimulates brain cells and can increase memory. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Lemon

Basil, Lemon (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Ocimum citriodorum. Annual plant. Beautiful and flavorful small basil leaves. Leaves have a unique lemon flavor that is excellent for flavoring many dishes. 75 days to mature. Can be grown indoors in containers. Very easy to grow. Extremely flavorful. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 14-21 days 65-85 degrees after last frost Up to 3 feet tall Up to 3 feet wide 1 Health Benefits of Lemon Basil Basil is a known health tonic for expecting mothers and when mixed with tea it increases lactation in mothers. It is also a nerve tonic and young children are sometimes encouraged to chew on the leaves of basil because it stimulates brain cells and can increase memory. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Licorice

Basil, Licorice (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This basil variety produces lovely and flavorful green leaves with purple accents. It has a strong, but enjoyable licorice flavor and can grow 24″ tall. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 5-10 days around 70 degrees after last frost Up to 2 feet tall Up to 1 feet wide 1 What is Licorice Basil? This basil is a type of Thai Basil, also known as anise basil. It has strong licorice and anise flavors, qualities and aromatics. It’s known to be slightly “lanky” with pointed green leaves with signature purple flowers. Both the leaves and flowers are edible on this plant. Health Benefits of Licorice Basil Licorice Basil can be used for treating the common cold, the flu, diabetes, asthma, bronchitis, earaches, headaches, upset stomachs, heart disease, fever, and more. It promotes longevity but something you may not know is that its an excellent mosquito repellent! Ways to Consume Licorice Basil When Licorice Basil leaves are crushed, they burst with intense basil and licorice aromas. Fragrant and floral, the spicy paste is a condiment for multiple dishes. This basil is best when mixed with other ingredients to tame it’s powerful one-dimensional notes. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Lime

Basil, Lime (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Lime Basil plant is very easy to grow and smells extremely fragrant! It has an amazing lemon scent, perfect for homemade lemonade! Use this in all your favorite culinary creations! It grows to the perfect size for planting in containers, and the aroma of just passing by this herb, will take your senses on an enjoyable ride. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 5-10 days around 70 degrees after last frost Up to 2 feet tall Up to 1 feet wide 1 What is Lime Basil? Lime Basil offers a crisp citrus flavor, with a zesty undertones. It grows as an annual herb with white or lavender flowers. It has many medicinal purposes which makes it an “all around great herb” to grow in your own gardens. Health Benefits of Lime Basil From treating some cancers, symptoms of stress, asthma and diabetes, Lime Basil is recognized widely as a medicinal herb. Ways to Consume Lime Basil Used commonly in fresh cooked recipes, always add it at the last moment so that the cooking doesn’t destroy the citrus flavor. It is a favorite ingredient in pesto, and used to thicken soups. Try it with fried chicken, or steeping it in milk to create lovely ice creams or chocolates. Don’t toss the flower buds, they are full of flavor and are edible as well. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Red ‘Velvet’ Leaf

Basil, Red Velvet Leaf (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This Red Velvet Leaf Basil plant produces high yields of deed red-colored leaves that are very aromatic. It will produce continuously all season long, and grows perfect in containers. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 10″-12″ apart 5-10 days around 70 degrees after last frost Up to 2 feet tall Up to 1 feet wide 1 What is Red Velvet Leaf Basil? This variety of basil boasts unusual reddish-purple leaves and has a stronger flavor than most other types. It is appealing in salads, and used often as a garnish. It’s been known to repel mosquitoes too! You can raise this type of basil indoors in a sunny window or outdoors in areas with warm summers. Health Benefits of Red Velvet Leaf Basil Red Velvet Leaf Basil is packed with phyto-nutrients and health benefits. Rub crushed leaves on your skin to repel mosquitoes. It is a potent anti-oxidant with anti-inflammatory properties as well. This basil is an excellent source of iron and has been known to clear the mind and uplift the spirit. Ways to Consume Red Velvet Leaf Basil Try Red Velvet Leaf Basil in your favorite salads, fruit jams, sauces, tea or paired with fresh fruit. Garlic flavors pair beautifully with this basil also. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Basil – Thai

Thai Basil is very fragrant and one of the most available varieties of basil. It has beautiful purple stems with bright green leaves. It is used widely in soups and curries, and other traditional Thai dishes. Quick Tip Planting Guide: Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Days to Germinate (Sprout) GerminationSoil Temp Planting Season Plant Height Plant Width No. of Plants per sq. ft. 0.25 inches deep 6″ apart 5-10 days around 70 degrees after last frost Up to 2 feet tall Up to 1 feet wide 1 What is Thai Basil? Thai Basil exhibits narrow leaves, with gorgeous purple stems. Sometimes mauve or pink-ish flowers. It needs warm air and sun to do well. This is a wonderful basil to grow if you are a Thai food enthusiast! It is also known as the “holy herb” in many traditions all around the world. Health Benefits of Thai Basil Thai Basil is a wonderful blood coagulant, and plays a role in strengthening bones. It contains a ton of iron, vitamin A, and plenty of essential oils. Ways to Consume Thai Basil Use Thai Basil as a condiment, or a enjoy it as an accompaniment to Pho’. It is slightly anise-flavored so it goes extremely well in soups and curries. See Basil Recipes & Growing Tips on our Pinterest Board Follow SeedsNow.com’s board Basil on Pinterest.

Bean (Bush) – Blue Lake

Blue Lake Bush Bean seeds 100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO The Blue Lake Bush Bean produces long and tender stringless pods. Easy to grow and matures quickly. – Pods can get as long as 5″ – Excellent flavor with firm texture and rich colors – Beans mature all at once making it an easy harvest – High in vitamins A, B and C. Day to Maturity | 50-55 days Bean Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Spacing Between Rows Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Planting Season No. of Plants per sq. ft. 1/2″ deep Bush beans = seeds should be planted 4″ apart. Rows should be made 18″ apart Appx. 5-10 days 70F – 85F SpringSummerFall Appx. 9 – 10 plants per sq. ft. How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Beans (click here for more detailed growing instructions) Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. They grow best if the soil is well drained and the summer is consistently warm. Seeds will rot in the ground in cold, damp weather. Since Beans are subject to downy mildew, they should not be grown where there are cold summer fogs.When to PlantAfter the soil is sufficiently warm – temperatures above 75 degrees. Beans are easily killed by frost. Plan on an average of 10-20 plants per person. Some gardeners recommend pre-soaking seeds prior to planting, but research indicates soaked seeds absorb water too quickly, causing the outer coats to spill out essential nutrients, which encourages seed rot. Yields can increase 50-100% by inoculating with Rhizobium bacteria. To inoculate, simply roll seeds in the powder prior to planting . learn more Related YouTube Videos (click here for more YouTube search results)

Bean (Bush) – Borlotti

Borlotti ‘Cranberry’ Bush Bean Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Old Italian heirloom, also known as Cranberry Bean. Day to Maturity | 50-55 days Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Bean Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Spacing Between Rows Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Planting Season No. of Plants per sq. ft. 1/2″ deep Bush beans = seeds should be planted 4″ apart. Rows should be made 18″ apart Appx. 5-10 days 70F – 85F SpringSummerFall Appx. 9 – 10 plants per sq. ft. How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Beans (click here for more detailed growing instructions) Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. They grow best if the soil is well drained and the summer is consistently warm. Seeds will rot in the ground in cold, damp weather. Since Beans are subject to downy mildew, they should not be grown where there are cold summer fogs.When to PlantAfter the soil is sufficiently warm – temperatures above 75 degrees. Beans are easily killed by frost. Plan on an average of 10-20 plants per person. Some gardeners recommend pre-soaking seeds prior to planting, but research indicates soaked seeds absorb water too quickly, causing the outer coats to spill out essential nutrients, which encourages seed rot. Yields can increase 50-100% by inoculating with Rhizobium bacteria. To inoculate, simply roll seeds in the powder prior to planting . learn more Related YouTube Videos (click here for more YouTube search results)

Bean (Bush) – Contender

Contender Bush Bean Seeds(100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) One of the best bush beans – ever! – Ideal for short growing cool seasons. – Beans are 6 to 8 inches long and slightly curved with distinct flavor – Productive string-less variety is good for canning, freezing or eating fresh from the garden Day to Maturity | 50-55 days Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast Bean Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Spacing Between Rows Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Planting Season No. of Plants per sq. ft. 1/2″ deep Bush beans = seeds should be planted 4″ apart. Rows should be made 18″ apart Appx. 5-10 days 70F – 85F SpringSummerFall Appx. 9 – 10 plants per sq. ft. How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Beans (click here for more detailed growing instructions) Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. They grow best if the soil is well drained and the summer is consistently warm. Seeds will rot in the ground in cold, damp weather. Since Beans are subject to downy mildew, they should not be grown where there are cold summer fogs.When to PlantAfter the soil is sufficiently warm – temperatures above 75 degrees. Beans are easily killed by frost. Plan on an average of 10-20 plants per person. Some gardeners recommend pre-soaking seeds prior to planting, but research indicates soaked seeds absorb water too quickly, causing the outer coats to spill out essential nutrients, which encourages seed rot. Yields can increase 50-100% by inoculating with Rhizobium bacteria. To inoculate, simply roll seeds in the powder prior to planting . learn more Related YouTube Videos (click here for more YouTube search results)

Bean (Bush) – Edamame (Soy Bean)

Edamame Soy Bean Seeds(100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) If you enjoy going to Japanese restaurants or sushi then you have most likely eaten these delicious beans. The flavor is extremely delicious nutty, buttery. Enjoy fresh from the garden or steam them with garlic. You can cook them right in their pods or use them fresh in any recipe. hHgh yields of large 3″ pods with 3 – 4 beans per pod. Bean Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Spacing Between Rows Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Planting Season No. of Plants per sq. ft. 1/2″ deep Bush beans = seeds should be planted 4″ apart. Rows should be made 18″ apart Appx. 5-10 days 70F – 85F SpringSummerFall Appx. 9 – 10 plants per sq. ft. How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Beans (click here for more detailed growing instructions) Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. They grow best if the soil is well drained and the summer is consistently warm. Seeds will rot in the ground in cold, damp weather. Since Beans are subject to downy mildew, they should not be grown where there are cold summer fogs.When to PlantAfter the soil is sufficiently warm – temperatures above 75 degrees. Beans are easily killed by frost. Plan on an average of 10-20 plants per person. Some gardeners recommend pre-soaking seeds prior to planting, but research indicates soaked seeds absorb water too quickly, causing the outer coats to spill out essential nutrients, which encourages seed rot. Yields can increase 50-100% by inoculating with Rhizobium bacteria. To inoculate, simply roll seeds in the powder prior to planting . learn more Related YouTube Videos (click here for more YouTube search results)

Bean (Bush) – Harvester

Harvester Bush Bean Seeds (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Harvester bush beans are one of the best bush beans – ever! – Excellent flavor and can grow up to 6″ long – The pods grow high off the ground for easy picking Day to Maturity | 50-55 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Bean Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Spacing Between Rows Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Planting Season No. of Plants per sq. ft. 1/2″ deep Bush beans = seeds should be planted 4″ apart. Rows should be made 18″ apart Appx. 5-10 days 70F – 85F SpringSummerFall Appx. 9 – 10 plants per sq. ft. How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Beans (click here for more detailed growing instructions) Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. They grow best if the soil is well drained and the summer is consistently warm. Seeds will rot in the ground in cold, damp weather. Since Beans are subject to downy mildew, they should not be grown where there are cold summer fogs.When to PlantAfter the soil is sufficiently warm – temperatures above 75 degrees. Beans are easily killed by frost. Plan on an average of 10-20 plants per person. Some gardeners recommend pre-soaking seeds prior to planting, but research indicates soaked seeds absorb water too quickly, causing the outer coats to spill out essential nutrients, which encourages seed rot. Yields can increase 50-100% by inoculating with Rhizobium bacteria. To inoculate, simply roll seeds in the powder prior to planting . learn more Related YouTube Videos (click here for more YouTube search results)

Bean (Bush) – Jade

Bush Bean, Jade (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Jade Bush Bean produces long and tender 7″ long dark green beans. – Easy to grow and matures quickly – Can tolerate high temperatures – Very sweet and tender – one of the best tasting bush beans! – High in vitamins A, B and C. Day to Maturity | 60 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Click here for complete Bush Bean grow guide

Bean (Bush) – Kentucky Wonder, White

Bush Bean, Kentucky Wonder White Seeded (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Kentucky Wonder Bean is one of the oldest and most widely used bean varieties ever grown. – Heavy yields of delicious green beans. – Can be eaten fresh, canned, or frozen. – Extremely flavorful and full of flavorful white bean seeds. – Will continue to grow until frost. Day to Maturity | 65 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Click here for complete Bean grow guide

Bean (Bush) – Landreth

Bush Bean, Landreth Stringless (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This Landreth bean variety has tender stringless pods with excellent flavor. – Very popular bush bean variety – Beans have a firm texture and rich colors – Pods are appx. 5″ long – High in vitamins A, B and C. Day to Maturity | 50-55 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Bush Beans | Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. Plant seeds 2 inches apart, 1 1/2 inches deep in rows 2 feet apart. Click here for complete Bush Bean grow guide

Bean (Bush) – Provider

Bush Bean, Provider (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Provider bean plant is a compact bush type plant produces 5 ½” long string-less green beans. – Dependable early variety- Germinates in cool soil and does well in adverse weather. – Easy to grow and tastes great. Day to Maturity | 50 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Click here for complete Bush Bean grow guide

Bean (Bush) – Romano

Bush Bean, Romano (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Romano is an old family heirloom bean variety that has been passed down for hundreds of generations. – Stringless. – Produces wide beans with a excellent flavor. – Grows continuously throughout the entire season. – Very easy to grow Day to Maturity | 65 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast.

Bean (Bush) – Royal Burgundy

Royal Burgundy Bush Bean Seeds(100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) One of the best heirloom bush beans – ever! So colorful and beautiful. Day to Maturity | 50-55 days Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast Bean Seed Planting & Spacing Guide Depth to Plant Spacing Between Plants Spacing Between Rows Days to Germinate (Sprout) Germination Soil Temp Planting Season No. of Plants per sq. ft. 1/2″ deep Bush beans = seeds should be planted 4″ apart. Rows should be made 18″ apart Appx. 5-10 days 70F – 85F SpringSummerFall Appx. 9 – 10 plants per sq. ft. How to Plant, Grow & Harvest Beans (click here for more detailed growing instructions) Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. They grow best if the soil is well drained and the summer is consistently warm. Seeds will rot in the ground in cold, damp weather. Since Beans are subject to downy mildew, they should not be grown where there are cold summer fogs.When to PlantAfter the soil is sufficiently warm – temperatures above 75 degrees. Beans are easily killed by frost. Plan on an average of 10-20 plants per person. Some gardeners recommend pre-soaking seeds prior to planting, but research indicates soaked seeds absorb water too quickly, causing the outer coats to spill out essential nutrients, which encourages seed rot. Yields can increase 50-100% by inoculating with Rhizobium bacteria. To inoculate, simply roll seeds in the powder prior to planting . learn more Related YouTube Videos (click here for more YouTube search results)

Bean (Bush) – Slenderette

The slenderette bean is the variety of choice for many culinary chefs around the world. Matures quickly – appx. 55-60 days. Produces delicious slim dark green beans around 5″ long. Excellent for fresh picking or canning. Bush bean Day to Maturity | 55 – 60 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast.

Bean (Bush) – Tendergreen

Bean (Bush), Tendergreen (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Tendergreen Bush Beans are heavy yielding beans that withstand heat extremely well. Outstanding flavor & texture with stringless pods. – Disease resistant – Can grow in just about all parts of the country. – Quick maturing (only 55 days to maturity). Day to Maturity | 55 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Click here for complete Bush Bean grow guide

Bean (Bush) – Tongue of Fire

Bush Bean, Tongue of Fire (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) An old Italian heirloom. A cranberry-type bean variety originally found in Tierra del Fuego (tip of South America). – Has streaks that resembles a flame of a fire.- The tongue of fire beans are shell beans that produce 6-7″ stringless pods that can be eaten. – Not only do these beans look amazing, they also absorb the flavors of herbs and spices they are cooked with – The pods are ivory/tan with dark red streaks and spots – Seeds are large and oval/round – Excellent flavor and texture Day to Maturity | 65 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast.

Bean (Bush) – Top Crop

Bush Bean, Top Crop (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) An All-America Selections (AAS) Winner. – Smooth and straight 5″ long stringless pods – Grows high on the plant – Ideal for canning or freezing – Consistently high yields of beans per pod Day to Maturity | 55 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Click here for complete Bush Bean grow guide

Bean (Fava/Broad) – AGUADULCE

Broad Bean, AGUADULCE (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) An extremely hardy broad bean variety that is easy to grow and produces large 9″ pods. – Agua Dulce is Spanish for Sweet Water! Day to Maturity | 75 days Click here for complete Bean grow guide

Bean (Fava/Pole) – Broad Windsor

Fava Bean, Broad Windsor (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Broad Windsor Fava Bean plant produces some of the largest beans you’ve ever seen. – The pods contain large beans (as large as a quarter) – Can be eaten fresh off the pod or dried. – Huge beans with a creamy texture and delicious nutty flavor. Day to Maturity | 75 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Pole Beans | Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. Set 3 rough barked, 6 foot poles in the ground, tepee fashion, and tie together at the top.Click here for complete Pole Bean grow guide

Bean (Lima) – Henderson

Bean (Lima), Henderson (100% Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Henderson Lima bean will produce plump pods even into the heat of summer.- Grows as a bush. Day to Maturity | 65 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Lima Beans | Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States.Plant seeds 3-4 inches apart, with eyes down, 1 inch deep in rows 2 feet apartClick here for complete Lima Bean grow guide Additional Details Lima beans contain both soluble fiber, which helps regulate blood sugar levels and lowers cholesterol, and insoluble fiber, which prevents constipation, digestive disorders, irritable bowel syndrome and diverticulitis.

Bean (Lima)- Thorogreen

Lima Bean, Early Thorogreen (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Early Thorogreen is a dwarf plant produces heavy yields of large green lima beans. – Plant does not require a trellis. – Flat thin 3″ long beans.- Perfect for soups and casseroles. – Easy to grow. Day to Maturity | 65 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Click here for complete Lima Bean grow guide

Bean (Lima/Pole) – King of the Garden

Lima Bean, King of the Garden (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The King of the Garden produces record yields of large white Lima beans. – Pods measure over 7″ long with 5 or 6 large beans inside each pod – Continues to grow all the way up to the first frost – Excellent variety for freezing – These beans grow so big they needs the support of a pole or trellis. – Popular, fun, and easy bean varieties to grow Day to Maturity | 80-90 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Click here for complete Lima Bean grow guide

Bean (Pole) – Asparagus Yard-Long

Yard-Long Red Seeded Asparagus Pole Bean (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Very long stringless green beans. Grows as a large vine. Day to Maturity | 80 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Pole Beans | Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. Set 3 rough barked, 6 foot poles in the ground, tepee fashion, and tie together at the topClick here for complete Pole Bean grow guide

Bean (Pole) – Kentucky Wonder, Brown

Pole Bean, Kentucky Wonder (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) The Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean is one of the oldest and most widely used bean varieties ever grown. – Produces bright green, 8″ stringless pods. – Extremely flavorful and full of flavorful brown seeds. – Climbs freely on a vine and produces quickly. – Will continue to grow until frost. Day to Maturity | 65 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Pole Beans | Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. Set 3 rough barked, 6 foot poles in the ground, tepee fashion, and tie together at the topClick here for complete Pole Bean grow guide

Bean (Pole) – Prizewinner

Pole Bean, Prizewinner (100% Heirloom/Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) Pole type bean variety. Produces beautiful 14-16″ long flat green beans. Extremely flavorful. Can be used fresh or as dried beans. Day to Maturity | 75 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Pole Beans | Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. Set 3 rough barked, 6 foot poles in the ground, tepee fashion, and tie together at the topClick Here for Complete “Pole Bean” Grow Guide

Bean (Pole) – Purple Podded

Produces beautiful and delicious purple podded beans appx. 6″ long. – Stringless.- Pole/vining growth. Day to Maturity | 75 days Best Months to Plant | [April – June] Beans like sun and water. Give them lots of it and they’ll grow fast. Pole Beans | Beans can be grown in average soil, almost anywhere in the United States. Set 3 rough barked, 6 foot poles in the ground, tepee fashion, and tie together at the topClick here for Pole Bean Grow guide

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Seed pack

Seed pack
Released 10 January 2019 (Update)
Members Yes
Quest item No
Properties
Tradeable No
Stacks in bank No
Equipable No
Stackable No
Destroy You’ll have to complete a farming contract to get another.
Examine Contains a selection of random seeds.
Values
Value 100 coins
High alch 60 coins
Low alch 40 coins
Weight 0.2 kg
Advanced data
Item ID 22993
Twisted League Yes

A seed pack is a reward from Guildmaster Jane for completing a farming contract.

Each farming contract has a difficulty from Tier 1 to Tier 5. For example, Tier 1 contracts represent short Easy contracts such as growing potatoes, whereas Tier 5 rewards would include long Hard contracts such as growing a magic tree. The tier of each contract is listed on Guildmaster Jane’s page.

Taking from a seed pack rewards the player with one roll on the reward table. The player may keep taking seeds until all seeds are removed from the seed pack. [1]

Contents

  • 1 Rewards
    • 1.1 Low seed rewards
    • 1.2 Medium seed rewards
    • 1.3 High seed rewards
  • 2 Average Loot
  • 3 Average Loot Value
  • 4 Changes
  • 5 References

Rewards [ edit | edit source ]

The number of medium and high rewards is equally randomized. After that, the rest of the rewards are low rewards up to the total indicated in the table.

Contract Low rewards Medium rewards High rewards Total
Tier 1 3-5 rolls 1-3 rolls 0 rolls 6 rolls
Tier 2 3-5 rolls 2-3 rolls 1/11 chance of 1 roll 7 rolls
Tier 3 3-6 rolls 2-4 rolls 0-1 rolls 8 rolls
Tier 4 2-5 rolls 3-5 rolls 1-2 rolls 9 rolls
Tier 5 1-5 rolls 4-6 rolls 1-3 rolls 10 rolls

Low seed rewards [ edit | edit source ]

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Potato seed 8–12 2/60 8–12 8–12
Onion seed 8–12 2/60 8–12 8–12
Cabbage seed 8–12 2/60 8–12 8–12
Tomato seed 8–12 2/60 8–12 16–24
Sweetcorn seed 8–12 2/60 16–24 32–48
Strawberry seed 8–12 2/60 16–24 80–120
Barley seed 8–14 2/60 24–42 8–14
Hammerstone seed 6–8 2/60 12–16 6–8
Asgarnian seed 6–8 2/60 12–16 6–8
Jute seed 8–12 2/60 16–24 24–36
Yanillian seed 6–8 2/60 36–48 18–24
Krandorian seed 6–8 2/60 42–56 24–32
Acorn 3–5 2/60 117–195 9–15
Apple tree seed 3–5 2/60 42–70 21–35
Banana tree seed 3–5 2/60 15–25 36–60
Orange tree seed 3–5 2/60 12–20 54–90
Curry tree seed 3–5 2/60 3–5 69–115
Redberry seed 6–8 2/60 12–16 12–16
Cadavaberry seed 6–8 2/60 12–16 30–40
Dwellberry seed 6–8 2/60 6–8 90–120
Jangerberry seed 6–8 2/60 6–8 216–288
Marigold seed 8–12 2/60 8–12 8–12
Rosemary seed 8–12 2/60 8–12 16–24
Nasturtium seed 8–12 2/60 8–12 48–72
Woad seed 8–12 2/60 16–24 48–72
Guam seed 3–5 2/60 15–25 0
Marrentill seed 3–5 2/60 12–20 3–5
Tarromin seed 3–5 2/60 27–45 3–5
Harralander seed 3–5 2/60 249–415 6–10
Mushroom spore 4–6 1/60 232–348 204–306
Belladonna seed 4–6 1/60 368–552 424–636

Medium seed rewards [ edit | edit source ]

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Irit seed 2–6 3/30 46–138 6–18
Limpwurt seed 4–8 3/30 76–152 28–56
Watermelon seed 8–12 2/30 160–240 264–396
Snape grass seed 6–8 2/30 13,080–17,440 336–448
Wildblood seed 8–12 2/30 688–1,032 64–96
Whiteberry seed 6–8 2/30 42–56 474–632
Poison ivy seed 6–8 2/30 144–192 594–792
Cactus seed 2–6 2/30 130–390 118–354
Potato cactus seed 2–6 2/30 44–132 168–504
Willow seed 2–4 1/30 3,130–6,260 18–36
Pineapple seed 3–5 1/30 363–605 132–220
Toadflax seed 1–3 1/30 956–2,868 6–18
Avantoe seed 1–3 1/30 550–1,650 4–12
Kwuarm seed 1–3 1/30 159–477 6–18
Cadantine seed 1–3 1/30 323–969 4–12
Lantadyme seed 1–3 1/30 383–1,149 5–15
Dwarf weed seed 1–3 1/30 105–315 3–9
Calquat tree seed 3–6 1/30 177–354 612–1,224
Teak seed 1–3 1/30 46–138 28–84

High seed rewards [ edit | edit source ]

Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Papaya tree seed 1–3 5/44 989–2,967 69–207
Palm tree seed 1–2 5/44 23,807–47,614 152–304
Hespori seed 1 5/44 Not sold 60
Ranarr seed 1–2 4/44 30,117–60,234 30–60
Snapdragon seed 1 4/44 47,558 36
Maple seed 1–2 4/44 23,158–46,316 28–56
Mahogany seed 1–2 4/44 2,199–4,398 28–56
Yew seed 1 3/44 60,332 85
Dragonfruit tree seed 1 3/44 181,753 258
Celastrus seed 1 2/44 71,350 324
Torstol seed 1 2/44 64,897 42
Magic seed 1 1/44 138,974 253
Spirit seed 1 1/44 Not sold 0
Redwood tree seed 1 1/44 27,173 390

Average Loot [ edit | edit source ]

These tables show the average number of seeds and value from one seed pack.

This table assumes a Farming level of 55-84, without skipping contracts.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.595 23.19
Apple 14 0.595 8.32
Banana 5 0.595 2.97
Orange 4 0.595 2.38
Curry 1 0.595 0.59
Redberry 2 1.041 2.08
Cadavaberry 2 1.041 2.08
Dwellberry 1 1.041 1.04
Jangerberry 1 1.041 1.04
Hammerstone 2 1.041 2.08
Asgarnian 2 1.041 2.08
Yanillian 6 1.041 6.24
Krandorian 7 1.041 7.28
Potato 1 1.487 1.49
Onion 1 1.487 1.49
Cabbage 1 1.487 1.49
Tomato 1 1.487 1.49
Sweetcorn 2 1.487 2.97
Strawberry 2 1.487 2.97
Marigold 1 1.487 1.49
Woad 2 1.487 2.97
Nasturtium 1 1.487 1.49
Rosemary 1 1.487 1.49
Barley 3 1.635 4.91
Jute 2 1.487 2.97
Mushroom 58 0.372 21.55
Belladonna 92 0.372 34.19
Guam leaf 5 0.595 2.97
Marrentill 4 0.595 2.38
Tarromin 9 0.595 5.35
Harralander 83 0.595 49.35
Limpwurt 19 1.3 24.7
Wildblood 86 1.444 124.22
Watermelon 20 1.444 28.89
Whiteberry 7 1.011 7.08
Poison ivy 24 1.011 24.27
Willow 1,565 0.217 339.08
Pineapple 121 0.289 34.96
Snape grass 2,180 1.011 2,204.22
Cactus 65 0.578 37.56
Teak 46 0.144 6.64
Potato cactus 22 0.578 12.71
Calquat 59 0.325 19.18
Irit leaf 23 0.867 19.93
Toadflax 956 0.144 138.09
Avantoe 550 0.144 79.44
Kwuarm 159 0.144 22.97
Cadantine 323 0.144 46.66
Lantadyme 383 0.144 55.32
Dwarf weed 105 0.144 15.17
Maple 23,158 0.016 361.51
Yew 60,332 0.008 470.91
Magic 138,974 0.003 361.58
Spirit N/A 0.003 N/A
Papaya 989 0.026 25.73
Palm 23,807 0.02 464.55
Dragonfruit 181,753 0.008 1,418.64
Hespori N/A 0.013 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0.016 34.33
Celastrus 71,350 0.005 371.27
Redwood 27,173 0.003 70.7
Ranarr weed 30,117 0.016 470.15
Snapdragon 47,558 0.01 494.94
Torstol 64,897 0.005 337.69

The average expected value is 8,327.49 per seed pack.

This table assumes a Farming level of 75-84, without skipping contracts.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.568 22.14
Apple 14 0.568 7.95
Banana 5 0.568 2.84
Orange 4 0.568 2.27
Curry 1 0.568 0.57
Redberry 2 0.993 1.99
Cadavaberry 2 0.993 1.99
Dwellberry 1 0.993 0.99
Jangerberry 1 0.993 0.99
Hammerstone 2 0.993 1.99
Asgarnian 2 0.993 1.99
Yanillian 6 0.993 5.96
Krandorian 7 0.993 6.95
Potato 1 1.419 1.42
Onion 1 1.419 1.42
Cabbage 1 1.419 1.42
Tomato 1 1.419 1.42
Sweetcorn 2 1.419 2.84
Strawberry 2 1.419 2.84
Marigold 1 1.419 1.42
Woad 2 1.419 2.84
Nasturtium 1 1.419 1.42
Rosemary 1 1.419 1.42
Barley 3 1.561 4.68
Jute 2 1.419 2.84
Mushroom 58 0.355 20.58
Belladonna 92 0.355 32.64
Guam leaf 5 0.568 2.84
Marrentill 4 0.568 2.27
Tarromin 9 0.568 5.11
Harralander 83 0.568 47.12
Limpwurt 19 1.867 35.47
Wildblood 86 2.074 178.37
Watermelon 20 2.074 41.48
Whiteberry 7 1.452 10.16
Poison ivy 24 1.452 34.84
Willow 1,565 0.311 486.89
Pineapple 121 0.415 50.19
Snape grass 2,180 1.452 3,165.04
Cactus 65 0.83 53.93
Teak 46 0.207 9.54
Potato cactus 22 0.83 18.25
Calquat 59 0.467 27.53
Irit leaf 23 1.244 28.62
Toadflax 956 0.207 198.28
Avantoe 550 0.207 114.07
Kwuarm 159 0.207 32.98
Cadantine 323 0.207 66.99
Lantadyme 383 0.207 79.44
Dwarf weed 105 0.207 21.78
Maple 23,158 0.086 1,993.63
Yew 60,332 0.043 2,596.94
Magic 138,974 0.014 1,994
Spirit N/A 0.014 N/A
Papaya 989 0.143 141.9
Palm 23,807 0.108 2,561.88
Dragonfruit 181,753 0.043 7,823.39
Hespori N/A 0.072 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0.086 189.31
Celastrus 71,350 0.029 2,047.46
Redwood 27,173 0.014 389.88
Ranarr weed 30,117 0.086 2,592.72
Snapdragon 47,558 0.057 2,729.45
Torstol 64,897 0.029 1,862.29

The average expected value is 31,771.84 per seed pack.

This table assumes a Farming level of 90+, without skipping contracts.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.463 18.06
Apple 14 0.463 6.48
Banana 5 0.463 2.31
Orange 4 0.463 1.85
Curry 1 0.463 0.46
Redberry 2 0.81 1.62
Cadavaberry 2 0.81 1.62
Dwellberry 1 0.81 0.81
Jangerberry 1 0.81 0.81
Hammerstone 2 0.81 1.62
Asgarnian 2 0.81 1.62
Yanillian 6 0.81 4.86
Krandorian 7 0.81 5.67
Potato 1 1.157 1.16
Onion 1 1.157 1.16
Cabbage 1 1.157 1.16
Tomato 1 1.157 1.16
Sweetcorn 2 1.157 2.31
Strawberry 2 1.157 2.31
Marigold 1 1.157 1.16
Woad 2 1.157 2.31
Nasturtium 1 1.157 1.16
Rosemary 1 1.157 1.16
Barley 3 1.273 3.82
Jute 2 1.157 2.31
Mushroom 58 0.289 16.78
Belladonna 92 0.289 26.62
Guam leaf 5 0.463 2.31
Marrentill 4 0.463 1.85
Tarromin 9 0.463 4.17
Harralander 83 0.463 38.43
Limpwurt 19 2.533 48.13
Wildblood 86 2.815 242.07
Watermelon 20 2.815 56.3
Whiteberry 7 1.97 13.79
Poison ivy 24 1.97 47.29
Willow 1,565 0.422 660.78
Pineapple 121 0.563 68.12
Snape grass 2,180 1.97 4,295.41
Cactus 65 1.126 73.19
Teak 46 0.281 12.95
Potato cactus 22 1.126 24.77
Calquat 59 0.633 37.37
Irit leaf 23 1.689 38.84
Toadflax 956 0.281 269.1
Avantoe 550 0.281 154.81
Kwuarm 159 0.281 44.76
Cadantine 323 0.281 90.92
Lantadyme 383 0.281 107.81
Dwarf weed 105 0.281 29.56
Maple 23,158 0.208 4,824.58
Yew 60,332 0.104 6,284.58
Magic 138,974 0.035 4,825.49
Spirit N/A 0.035 N/A
Papaya 989 0.347 343.4
Palm 23,807 0.26 6,199.74
Dragonfruit 181,753 0.104 18,932.6
Hespori N/A 0.174 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0.208 458.12
Celastrus 71,350 0.069 4,954.86
Redwood 27,173 0.035 943.51
Ranarr weed 30,117 0.208 6,274.37
Snapdragon 47,558 0.139 6,605.28
Torstol 64,897 0.069 4,506.74

The average expected value is 71,628.38 per seed pack.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.6 23.4
Apple 14 0.6 8.4
Banana 5 0.6 3
Orange 4 0.6 2.4
Curry 1 0.6 0.6
Redberry 2 1.05 2.1
Cadavaberry 2 1.05 2.1
Dwellberry 1 1.05 1.05
Jangerberry 1 1.05 1.05
Hammerstone 2 1.05 2.1
Asgarnian 2 1.05 2.1
Yanillian 6 1.05 6.3
Krandorian 7 1.05 7.35
Potato 1 1.5 1.5
Onion 1 1.5 1.5
Cabbage 1 1.5 1.5
Tomato 1 1.5 1.5
Sweetcorn 2 1.5 3
Strawberry 2 1.5 3
Marigold 1 1.5 1.5
Woad 2 1.5 3
Nasturtium 1 1.5 1.5
Rosemary 1 1.5 1.5
Barley 3 1.65 4.95
Jute 2 1.5 3
Mushroom 58 0.375 21.75
Belladonna 92 0.375 34.5
Guam leaf 5 0.6 3
Marrentill 4 0.6 2.4
Tarromin 9 0.6 5.4
Harralander 83 0.6 49.8
Limpwurt 19 0.9 17.1
Wildblood 86 1 86
Watermelon 20 1 20
Whiteberry 7 0.7 4.9
Poison ivy 24 0.7 16.8
Willow 1,565 0.15 234.75
Pineapple 121 0.2 24.2
Snape grass 2,180 0.7 1,526
Cactus 65 0.4 26
Teak 46 0.1 4.6
Potato cactus 22 0.4 8.8
Calquat 59 0.225 13.28
Irit leaf 23 0.6 13.8
Toadflax 956 0.1 95.6
Avantoe 550 0.1 55
Kwuarm 159 0.1 15.9
Cadantine 323 0.1 32.3
Lantadyme 383 0.1 38.3
Dwarf weed 105 0.1 10.5
Maple 23,158 0 0
Yew 60,332 0 0
Magic 138,974 0 0
Spirit N/A 0 N/A
Papaya 989 0 0
Palm 23,807 0 0
Dragonfruit 181,753 0 0
Hespori N/A 0 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0 0
Celastrus 71,350 0 0
Redwood 27,173 0 0
Ranarr weed 30,117 0 0
Snapdragon 47,558 0 0
Torstol 64,897 0 0

The average expected value is 2,450.07 per seed pack.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.588 22.93
Apple 14 0.588 8.23
Banana 5 0.588 2.94
Orange 4 0.588 2.35
Curry 1 0.588 0.59
Redberry 2 1.029 2.06
Cadavaberry 2 1.029 2.06
Dwellberry 1 1.029 1.03
Jangerberry 1 1.029 1.03
Hammerstone 2 1.029 2.06
Asgarnian 2 1.029 2.06
Yanillian 6 1.029 6.17
Krandorian 7 1.029 7.2
Potato 1 1.47 1.47
Onion 1 1.47 1.47
Cabbage 1 1.47 1.47
Tomato 1 1.47 1.47
Sweetcorn 2 1.47 2.94
Strawberry 2 1.47 2.94
Marigold 1 1.47 1.47
Woad 2 1.47 2.94
Nasturtium 1 1.47 1.47
Rosemary 1 1.47 1.47
Barley 3 1.617 4.85
Jute 2 1.47 2.94
Mushroom 58 0.367 21.31
Belladonna 92 0.367 33.8
Guam leaf 5 0.588 2.94
Marrentill 4 0.588 2.35
Tarromin 9 0.588 5.29
Harralander 83 0.588 48.79
Limpwurt 19 1.5 28.5
Wildblood 86 1.667 143.33
Watermelon 20 1.667 33.33
Whiteberry 7 1.167 8.17
Poison ivy 24 1.167 28
Willow 1,565 0.25 391.25
Pineapple 121 0.333 40.33
Snape grass 2,180 1.167 2,543.33
Cactus 65 0.667 43.33
Teak 46 0.167 7.67
Potato cactus 22 0.667 14.67
Calquat 59 0.375 22.13
Irit leaf 23 1 23
Toadflax 956 0.167 159.33
Avantoe 550 0.167 91.67
Kwuarm 159 0.167 26.5
Cadantine 323 0.167 53.83
Lantadyme 383 0.167 63.83
Dwarf weed 105 0.167 17.5
Maple 23,158 0.012 287.08
Yew 60,332 0.006 373.96
Magic 138,974 0.002 287.14
Spirit N/A 0.002 N/A
Papaya 989 0.021 20.43
Palm 23,807 0.015 368.91
Dragonfruit 181,753 0.006 1,126.57
Hespori N/A 0.01 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0.012 27.26
Celastrus 71,350 0.004 294.83
Redwood 27,173 0.002 56.14
Ranarr weed 30,117 0.012 373.35
Snapdragon 47,558 0.008 393.04
Torstol 64,897 0.004 268.17

The average expected value is 7,818.68 per seed pack.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.6 23.4
Apple 14 0.6 8.4
Banana 5 0.6 3
Orange 4 0.6 2.4
Curry 1 0.6 0.6
Redberry 2 1.05 2.1
Cadavaberry 2 1.05 2.1
Dwellberry 1 1.05 1.05
Jangerberry 1 1.05 1.05
Hammerstone 2 1.05 2.1
Asgarnian 2 1.05 2.1
Yanillian 6 1.05 6.3
Krandorian 7 1.05 7.35
Potato 1 1.5 1.5
Onion 1 1.5 1.5
Cabbage 1 1.5 1.5
Tomato 1 1.5 1.5
Sweetcorn 2 1.5 3
Strawberry 2 1.5 3
Marigold 1 1.5 1.5
Woad 2 1.5 3
Nasturtium 1 1.5 1.5
Rosemary 1 1.5 1.5
Barley 3 1.65 4.95
Jute 2 1.5 3
Mushroom 58 0.375 21.75
Belladonna 92 0.375 34.5
Guam leaf 5 0.6 3
Marrentill 4 0.6 2.4
Tarromin 9 0.6 5.4
Harralander 83 0.6 49.8
Limpwurt 19 1.8 34.2
Wildblood 86 2 172
Watermelon 20 2 40
Whiteberry 7 1.4 9.8
Poison ivy 24 1.4 33.6
Willow 1,565 0.3 469.5
Pineapple 121 0.4 48.4
Snape grass 2,180 1.4 3,052
Cactus 65 0.8 52
Teak 46 0.2 9.2
Potato cactus 22 0.8 17.6
Calquat 59 0.45 26.55
Irit leaf 23 1.2 27.6
Toadflax 956 0.2 191.2
Avantoe 550 0.2 110
Kwuarm 159 0.2 31.8
Cadantine 323 0.2 64.6
Lantadyme 383 0.2 76.6
Dwarf weed 105 0.2 21
Maple 23,158 0.068 1,578.95
Yew 60,332 0.034 2,056.77
Magic 138,974 0.011 1,579.25
Spirit N/A 0.011 N/A
Papaya 989 0.114 112.39
Palm 23,807 0.085 2,029.01
Dragonfruit 181,753 0.034 6,196.13
Hespori N/A 0.057 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0.068 149.93
Celastrus 71,350 0.023 1,621.59
Redwood 27,173 0.011 308.78
Ranarr weed 30,117 0.068 2,053.43
Snapdragon 47,558 0.045 2,161.73
Torstol 64,897 0.023 1,474.93

The average expected value is 26,016.79 per seed pack.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.467 18.2
Apple 14 0.467 6.53
Banana 5 0.467 2.33
Orange 4 0.467 1.87
Curry 1 0.467 0.47
Redberry 2 0.817 1.63
Cadavaberry 2 0.817 1.63
Dwellberry 1 0.817 0.82
Jangerberry 1 0.817 0.82
Hammerstone 2 0.817 1.63
Asgarnian 2 0.817 1.63
Yanillian 6 0.817 4.9
Krandorian 7 0.817 5.72
Potato 1 1.167 1.17
Onion 1 1.167 1.17
Cabbage 1 1.167 1.17
Tomato 1 1.167 1.17
Sweetcorn 2 1.167 2.33
Strawberry 2 1.167 2.33
Marigold 1 1.167 1.17
Woad 2 1.167 2.33
Nasturtium 1 1.167 1.17
Rosemary 1 1.167 1.17
Barley 3 1.283 3.85
Jute 2 1.167 2.33
Mushroom 58 0.292 16.92
Belladonna 92 0.292 26.83
Guam leaf 5 0.467 2.33
Marrentill 4 0.467 1.87
Tarromin 9 0.467 4.2
Harralander 83 0.467 38.73
Limpwurt 19 2.4 45.6
Wildblood 86 2.667 229.33
Watermelon 20 2.667 53.33
Whiteberry 7 1.867 13.07
Poison ivy 24 1.867 44.8
Willow 1,565 0.4 626
Pineapple 121 0.533 64.53
Snape grass 2,180 1.867 4,069.33
Cactus 65 1.067 69.33
Teak 46 0.267 12.27
Potato cactus 22 1.067 23.47
Calquat 59 0.6 35.4
Irit leaf 23 1.6 36.8
Toadflax 956 0.267 254.93
Avantoe 550 0.267 146.67
Kwuarm 159 0.267 42.4
Cadantine 323 0.267 86.13
Lantadyme 383 0.267 102.13
Dwarf weed 105 0.267 28
Maple 23,158 0.205 4,736.86
Yew 60,332 0.102 6,170.32
Magic 138,974 0.034 4,737.75
Spirit N/A 0.034 N/A
Papaya 989 0.341 337.16
Palm 23,807 0.256 6,087.02
Dragonfruit 181,753 0.102 18,588.38
Hespori N/A 0.17 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0.205 449.8
Celastrus 71,350 0.068 4,864.77
Redwood 27,173 0.034 926.35
Ranarr weed 30,117 0.205 6,160.3
Snapdragon 47,558 0.136 6,485.18
Torstol 64,897 0.068 4,424.8

The average expected value is 70,112.63 per seed pack.

Seed Price Quantity Value
Acorn 39 0.4 15.6
Apple 14 0.4 5.6
Banana 5 0.4 2
Orange 4 0.4 1.6
Curry 1 0.4 0.4
Redberry 2 0.7 1.4
Cadavaberry 2 0.7 1.4
Dwellberry 1 0.7 0.7
Jangerberry 1 0.7 0.7
Hammerstone 2 0.7 1.4
Asgarnian 2 0.7 1.4
Yanillian 6 0.7 4.2
Krandorian 7 0.7 4.9
Potato 1 1 1
Onion 1 1 1
Cabbage 1 1 1
Tomato 1 1 1
Sweetcorn 2 1 2
Strawberry 2 1 2
Marigold 1 1 1
Woad 2 1 2
Nasturtium 1 1 1
Rosemary 1 1 1
Barley 3 1.1 3.3
Jute 2 1 2
Mushroom 58 0.25 14.5
Belladonna 92 0.25 23
Guam leaf 5 0.4 2
Marrentill 4 0.4 1.6
Tarromin 9 0.4 3.6
Harralander 83 0.4 33.2
Limpwurt 19 3 57
Wildblood 86 3.333 286.67
Watermelon 20 3.333 66.67
Whiteberry 7 2.333 16.33
Poison ivy 24 2.333 56
Willow 1,565 0.5 782.5
Pineapple 121 0.667 80.67
Snape grass 2,180 2.333 5,086.67
Cactus 65 1.333 86.67
Teak 46 0.333 15.33
Potato cactus 22 1.333 29.33
Calquat 59 0.75 44.25
Irit leaf 23 2 46
Toadflax 956 0.333 318.67
Avantoe 550 0.333 183.33
Kwuarm 159 0.333 53
Cadantine 323 0.333 107.67
Lantadyme 383 0.333 127.67
Dwarf weed 105 0.333 35
Maple 23,158 0.273 6,315.82
Yew 60,332 0.136 8,227.09
Magic 138,974 0.045 6,317
Spirit N/A 0.045 N/A
Papaya 989 0.455 449.55
Palm 23,807 0.341 8,116.02
Dragonfruit 181,753 0.136 24,784.5
Hespori N/A 0.227 N/A
Mahogany 2,199 0.273 599.73
Celastrus 71,350 0.091 6,486.36
Redwood 27,173 0.045 1,235.14
Ranarr weed 30,117 0.273 8,213.73
Snapdragon 47,558 0.182 8,646.91
Torstol 64,897 0.091 5,899.73

The average expected value is 92,908.48 per seed pack.

Average Loot Value [ edit | edit source ]

The average value of a seed pack based on tier is as follows:

Contract Value
Tier 1 2,450.07
Tier 2 7,818.68
Tier 3 26,016.79
Tier 4 70,112.63
Tier 5 92,908.48

Assuming you do not skip any contracts, the expected value of a farming contract is as follows:

Contract Farming level Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5 Average Value
Easy 45 11/27 12/27 4/27 8,327.49
Medium 65 4/18 10/18 4/18 31,771.84
Hard 85 3/18 8/18 7/18 71,628.38

Changes [ edit | edit source ]

Players can now exchange spirit seeds, seedlings, and saplings via Guildmaster Jane for tier 5 seed packs.

Opening seed packs will no longer stop players from running or walking.

Rebalanced seed rewards into a 5 tier based system.

The seed pack received another graphical update.

Name changed from Seed box to Seed pack alongside a graphical update.

A seed pack is a reward from Guildmaster Jane for completing a farming contract.