The beloved seed tape format, now in new Certified Organic varieties!
Get strong, healthy plants with no thinning, double planting, or missed spots in the row. You’ll get perfectly spaced seedlings every time! These 2 metre (6 feet) bio-degradable tissue paper strips are loaded with evenly-spaced, top-quality Certified Organic seeds just waiting to burst through the soil to bring new life to your spring garden!
Look for AIMERS ORGANIC SEED TAPES
One of our most popular storage varieties. Orange-scarlet roots are smooth, even-shaped, full of essential vitamins and they are an excellent source of dietary fiber. These meaty carrots average 15 cm (6”) long and 2.5 cm (1”) thick with a juicy, sweet taste. A good choice for heavier soils.
4211 – Siberian Organic Kale
One of the most ornamental kales you’ll ever grow. Full, non-heading plants of 30 cm height by 40 cm spread (12 x 16”) and packed with tightly curled rich, blue- green leaves that are full of vitamins and antioxidants.
An enticing combination of tastes and flavors that appeals to any palate. In true French fashion, it’s a mix of tender salad greens and herbs. Includes Arugula, Endive, and 6 scrumptious lettuces: May King, Hilde, Green Salad Bowl, Lollo Rossa, Red Salad Bowl, Merveille Four Season.
A hardy, mildly flavoured, fast growing spring onion or scallion that does not produce the “traditional bulb”. Thin-skinned green tops are perfect for salads and stir-fries.
4215 – Sparkler Organic Radish
A beautiful round radish. The top half is a fine scarlet colour with a rosy edge bordering a pure white bottom half. Tender yet crisp flesh on what is possibly the finest market radish.
You can still find the seed tapes you know and love under the OSC name!
1000 – Nobel Beet
1005 – Mercurio Hybrid Carrot
1010 – Green Salad Bowl Lettuce
1012 – Mesclun Mix
1015 – Cherry Belle Radish
1020 – Viking Spinach
Do you find yourself asking, “What is the difference between organic and “regular” seeds?” Click here to find out more.
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