Heirloom Garden Collection
Old-time varieties that have been handed down for generations.
Four seed packets (can only be shipped to Continental United States):
Amish Deer Tongue Lettuce—Dates to the 1840s. Pleasantly sharp flavor, slow to bolt, and dependable.
Chioggia/Candystripe Beet—Pre-1840 Italian heirloom variety. Exceptional sweetness and long harvest. One of the earliest producers.
Nantes Scarlet Carrot—Bright red-orange flesh is crisp, sweet, and delicious with a high sugar content; fine grained with almost no core. Average 6”–7” long with blunt ends.
Amish Paste Tomato—Late-1800s Amish heirloom. Plants produce clusters of deep red, one pound, acorn or heart-shaped fruits with thick, sweet flesh with few seeds.
Terroir Seeds offers only the highest quality open-pollinated and heirloom seeds. The demand for heirloom seeds has expanded as gardeners rediscover the rich, nutritious flavors of food grown from seeds handed down from one generation to the next.