Prairie road organic seed




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PRAIRIE ROAD ORGANIC SEED

Certified Organic / Open-pollinated / Northern Grown

Questions? Call: 701-883-4416; Email: dtpodoll@drtel.net; Visit: www.prairieroadorganic.co



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Basil: Genovese (Ocimum basilicum) (65-75 days) Sweet flavor and aromatic fragrance make this a popular culinary basil for authentic Italian cuisine.

$3.00

100/pkt








Beet: Sweet Dakota Bliss (Beta vulgaris) (55 days) Sweet, deep burgundy beets with lush, green leaves; perfect dual-purpose choice. Outstanding keeper.

$3.00

150/pkt








Cilantro: Slow Bolt (Coriandrum sativum) (45-50 days) Easy to grow, prolific, slow to flower/bolt. Distinctive taste; a staple for Mexican salsa & cuisine.

$3.00

150/pkt








Cucumber: Homemade Pickles (Cucumis sativus) (55 days) An extra-tasty, disease resistant, crisp and tender-sweet cucumber bred for pickling and slicing!

$3.00

25/pkt





SOLD OUT!

Cucumber: Tendergreen (Cucumis sativus) (55 days) Straight, tender cucumber! Sweet, non-bitter and acid free; a popular favorite for more than 80 years.

$3.00

25/pkt


SORRY!




Dry Bean: Dakota Bumble (Phaseolus vulgaris) (90 days) A bumblebee gifted us with this cross-bred variety! Very productive, great-tasting dry bean.

$3.00

50/pkt








Dry bean: Hidatsa Shield (Phaseolus vulgaris) (90 days) Native to North Dakota; grown by the Hidatsa tribe near the Missouri River. Extremely productive; drought and heat tolerant. Excellent flavor!

$3.00

50/pkt








Dry bean: Hidatsa Red (Phaseolus vulgaris) (90 days) Native to North Dakota; grown by the Hidatsa tribe near the Missouri River. Semi-vining, this productive bush plant will climb to three feet if given support. Plump, dark red, dry beans.

$3.00

50/pkt








Green Bean: Blue Lake pole bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) (60-65 days) Standard of excellence in green bean flavor. Prolific, vigorous vines produce until frost.

$3.00

50/pkt








NEW! Green Bean: Early Contender (Phaseolus vulgaris) (50-55 days) Reliable and heavy yield of long, tender, stringless beans with excellent flavor.

$3.00

50/pkt








Lettuce: Dakota Lettuce Blend (Lactuca sativa) (35 day baby; 60-70 days full) Our favorite romaine varieties: Bakito, Forellenschluss, and Rosalita!

$3.00

250/pkt








Lettuce: Romulus (Lactuca sativa) (30 days baby; 60 days full) Our favorite garden romaine! Heat tolerant. Crunchy, smooth texture; great flavor!

$3.00

250/pkt








Melon: Dakota Sisters (Cucumis melo) (80 days) Delightfully flavorful, sweet, and aromatic melon! Bred by David Podoll and selected for smooth texture, great melon flavor, juicy sweetness, deep orange color, and thick flesh since 1980.

$3.00

25/pkt








Onion: Dakota Tears (Allium cepa) (112 days) Yellow-skinned, firm fleshed storage onion selected for vigor, size, long-term storage, disease/insect resistance.

$3.00

100/pkt








Onion (perennial): Dakota Winter (Allium fistulosum) A winter hardy, perennial, green bunching type onion! One of the first harvestable greens in the spring!

$3.00

100/pkt








Peas: Homesteader (Pisum sativum) (60 days) Proven heat & drought tolerance; vigorous vines, easy-to-pick. 4-5" pods with 6-9 peas. Superior flavor.

$3.00

100/pkt








Peas: Sugar Snap (Pisum sativum) (60 days) Often touted as the most flavorful snap pea. Yields well in both hot and cool weather. 3" pods. AAS Winner.

$3.00

100/pkt








Popcorn: Dakota Black Pop (Zea mays) (95-105 day)  A black seeded, delicious white popcorn, selected for ear-size, standability, and deep, rich black color.

$3.00

50/pkt








Pumpkin: Howden-Dakota Strain (Cucurbita pepo) (85-95 days) Selected for early maturity, a diversity of jack-o-lantern shapes, and rich orange color.

$3.00

25/pkt








Sorghum: Red Kaoliang (Sorghum bicolor) (100-110 days) Early maturing, drought tolerant, red sorghum bred for cold tolerance. Grows quickly up to 8 feet tall! Works well as a living fence or trellis for pole beans!

$3.00

50/pkt








Squash, winter: Uncle David’s Dakota Dessert (Cucurbita maxima) (95-105 days) Buttercup-type squash selected for deep orange color, thick flesh, rich taste, smooth texture, sweetness, vigor and hardiness in cold weather.

$3.00

25/pkt








NEW! Sweet Corn: Martian Jewels (Zea mays) (80-90 days) An open-pollinated, white kernel sweet corn with purple cobs and husks, contrasting with dark green leaves.

$3.00

75/pkt








Sweet Corn: True Gold (Zea mays) (75-80 days) An open-pollinated, heirloom with a rich, buttery color and old-fashioned sweet corn flavor-- truly golden!

$3.00

75/pkt








Watermelon: Sweet Dakota Rose (Citrullus lanatus) (80-90 days) One of the sweetest, open-pollinated watermelons with few seeds and a thin but firm skin. Well adaptable to cool, short seasons; handles and stores well.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Dakota Sport (Solanum lycopersicon) (65-75 days; indeterminate) Our signature tomato! Ultra-glossy, thin skin, crack resistant, bright red slicer!

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Amish Paste (Solanum lycopersicon) (81-85 days; indeterminate) Very productive heirloom; one of the largest, most delicious paste tomatoes.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Brandywine (Solanum lycopersicon) (75- 80 days; indeterminate) Big, pink-red beefsteak heirloom; a frequent taste-test winner!

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Cherokee Purple (Solanum lycopersicon) (65-75 days; indeterminate) Unique multi-colored beefsteak heirloom, unforgettable flavor, highly productive.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Crimson Sprinter (Solanum lycopersicon) (65-75 days; semi-determinate) An heirloom favorite with high lycopene content, brilliant red color and strong performance in cool conditions.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Wisconsin 55 (Solanum lycopersicon) (75-80 days; indeterminate) Intensely red, high productive, beautifully rounded, rich, sweet tomatoes with good acidity; perfect for canning.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Caro Rich (Solanum lycopersicon) (80 days; semi-determinate) Rich in Beta-Carotene! 10 x more nutritional punch than most tomatoes! Compact plant, great for containers.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Fargo Yellow Pear (Solanum lycopersicon) (65 days; semi-determinate) Bountiful harvests of sweet, fruity, golden yellow 2 " pear tomatoes.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Oregon Spring (Solanum lycopersicon) (65 days; determinate) Early-season, bush tomato; sweet, juicy flavor. Compact plant, great for containers.

$3.00

25/pkt








Tomato: Silvery Fir Tree (Solanum lycopersicon) (60 days; determinate) Early, prolific 24" plants for space-challenged gardeners! Distinctive fern-like foliage.

$3.00

25/pkt





SOLD OUT!

NEW! Pole Bean: Scarlet Runner (Phaseolus coccineus) Ornamental vine and edible green bean or dry bean. Bears large, show-stopping sprays of vivid, edible scarlet flowers.

$3.00

15/pkt


SORRY!




Cottage Garden Mix hollyhock (Alcea Rosea) This delightful Hollyhock captures the joy of the old-fashioned cottage garden; single-flowered in rich, pastel colors.

$3.00

25/pkt








NEW! Hyacinth Vine: Dakota Majestic (Dolichos lablab) Dramatic ornamental vining legume; purple vines, dark green leaves, lilac-rose blossoms, and glossy purple pods. Climbs up to 10 feet! Planted by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello.

$3.00

15/pkt








NEW! Marigold: Dakota Gold Mix (Tagetes patula, erecta, & patula nana) Large, double flowers to medium to petite; mum-like blooms to red-tipped yellow blooms, yellow-fringed burgundy flowers to tangerine and yellow blooms, even striped blooms!

$3.00

25/pkt








NEW! Bachlor Buttons: Blue Boy (Centaurea cyanus) A popular cottage wildflower seed varieties. Very easy to grow from seed; a self-seeding annual, little need to replant.

$3.00

25/pkt





Total of Above

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*Shipping and Handling $2.50

plus [# of packets x $0.10]



$2.50

$


TOTAL

$


*Shipping and Handling-- via US Postal Service first class mail.

$2.50 plus $0.10 for each packet ordered. For Priority Mail, please call us for shipping costs.


Method of Payment-- Please send a check or money order made payable to: Prairie Road Organic Seed
Send order with payment to: Prairie Road Organic Seed, 9824 79th ST SE, Fullerton, ND 58441
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF OUR WORK! Theresa & Dan


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