This Year's garden...
will be one to remember
Guaranteed to grow
We guarantee our seed to be fresh, GMO-free and chemical-free. Our goal is to offer a diverse collection of quality heirloom and open-pollinated varieties that exhibit exceptional vigor, productivity, and culinary qualities. We hope that you will enjoy browsing our collection and perhaps find something worthy of a precious spot in your own garden. Should you find yourself unsatisfied with a product, we encourage you to contact us so we can make it right.
Germinated half in moist paper towel and 4 days later all sprouted. 1 week later they’re now 3” and almost ready for transplanting.
Like most of my seeds from Thresh, this variety had 100% germination rate. I love the resealable mylar packaging and planting instruction with description on the back. My only complaint is I wish there were more seed in the pack.
I have not planted yet because of wet weather, but I can say Thresh provided fast shipping and good packaging.
sprouted in 12 days in potting soil, in an unheated basement, with 12 hours of LED grow lights daily.
sprouted in 8 days in potting soil, in an unheated basement, with 12 hours of LED grow lights daily.
I am growing this because my bees LOVE it. (I am also a bee keeper)
So far so good, check back in a few weeks for an update
I planted two 12 foot rows of these last year with a yield of around 10 pounds of peas. They were like a trustworthy teen and required very little supervision. They grew so well they hooked up with the climbing cucumbers next door. I recommend Thresh to anyone with any size garden. I really enjoy talking seeds with Becky who always has time for my questions even though I only buy a couple a packets per season.
We just sow the kıl biber and crossed our fingers. I don’t have heat mats relying on home temperature and sun coming through bay window.
Sprouted up in just a few days. Great quality seeds!
I have been looking for this heirloom seed to grow! I predict long vines of beautiful leaves and pods which I MAY sneak into dinner a few times, and am really looking forward to refritos negros, soup and quesadillas! The only downside? The atrocity of the native tribes. (Happening in 1838, not 1938 as typo’d on package)
I am a beekeeper and I always plant Borage in my vegetable garden for my honeybees! They absolutely love it! It’s easy to grow. I know you can make tea with it too, I just never have. It’s strictly for my bees. The blue blossoms are the prettiest shade of blue and the pink are pretty too. They are also edible.
everything spouted and I had kale for at least three rounds
Fast was the delivery and nice packaging. I will plant seed this somer. Thankyou