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Sentimental Farm

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Seeds 2023

Please note:  Seed sales are now closed for 2023.  Thank you.

At Sentimental Farm we are passionate about providing you with the opportunity to grow wholesome, chemical-free heirloom food.

All our seed comes from heirloom or open-pollinated vegetables grown here at the homestead. This is the food we eat.

While we do everything we can to avoid cross-pollination, it can happen in rare cases, so we can't 100% guarantee variety purity in your seeds. This is Mother Nature at work.

Heirloom varieties provide you with a much broader selection in colour, shape, size, texture and growing season. They also allow you to save your own seed from your personal favourites and trust that they will produce the same bountiful crop year after year. Unlike some hybrids, heirlooms are not grown for their ability to withstand shipping or chemicals, or for their uniform look at market. They are grown for taste.

All seeds are $3/packet. 25 seeds/pack unless stated otherwise.


Purple Peacock: Pole bean. One of the most delicious beans we've ever tasted. Deliciously sweet when eaten raw or in salads, the pods turn green when cooked.

Maxibel: Bush bean. A French filet bean with straight slender pods 20cm long. Very prolific. Our go-to for pickling.


Ukrainian Dill. Big blooms on tall strong stalks. Our go-to for pickling.


Leaf Lettuce Mix: A mix of our favourite flavours,

colours and textures. Deep reds, lime greens, curly, frilly and buttery. 50 seeds/pack.

Arugula: This easy to grow Arugula can be harvest as baby leaf or left to grow to maturity. Excellent for cut and come again growing. Sow seeds every 3 weeks for early spring for continuous harvest. A favourite with flea beetles, be sure to keep covered with row cover. 50 seeds/pack.

Ground Cherry

Loewen Family: The very productive plants have sprawling growth and the tangy and sweet fruits are about ⅔" in diameter and encased in a papery husk. We found these to be slightly sweeter and smaller than Aunt Molly's. Allow the fruit to fall to the ground before harvesting. This ground cherry has been passed down through at least four generations of women; it was brought to Canada from Russia in 1925. 80 days from transplant.

Aunt Molly's: Also known as Cape Gooseberries. The plants and fruits resemble tomatillos, with each fruit growing inside a papery husk called a calyx. But fruits mature to a golden orange colour and drop to the ground when ripe. The sweet little fruits will store for up to three months if kept in their husks, but you’ll want to use them faster than that in jams, fruit salads, and sauces. Aunt Molly’s originated in Poland. (70 days from transplant).



Alma Paprika: The Alma Paprika pepper is an excellent heirloom from Hungary. The round peppers ripen from cream to orange to red and are excellent for drying and grinding into paprika. They are also excellent for eating fresh and have a little bit of warmth to them. 80 days. Scoville scale rating: 10000

Cayenne: Long, wrinkled, bright red pods. Great for salsa, sauces or for drying or grinding. This is what we make our red pepper flakes from. 75 days. Scoville scale rating: 50,000

Fatalli: An extremely hot pepper from the Central African Republic and has a The little peppers turn from green to yellow-orange and have a hint of citrus flavor. Does well in pots or in the ground. 90 days. Scoville Scale rating: 300,000

Orange Habanero: Extremely hot with excellent flavor. The 2" x 1 ¼" fruit turn salmon orange at maturity. Habaneros can be used dried or fresh and are a key ingredient in Jamaican "jerk" sauces. 80-100 days. Scoville Scale rating: 325,000


King of the North: A rare variety of pepper that does well in northern climates. Very sweet bell pepper that ripens to red and can be eaten green or red. Our go-to for stuffed peppers!

Orange Bell: Thick fleshed with excellent sweet flavour. A brilliant orange colour lends variety to salads or stir-fry.

Stocky Red Roaster: Rich red Italian pepper with sweet flavour and thick flesh. Perfect for roasting and quite easy to peel afterwards. This beauty is the genius of Frank Morton at Wild Garden Seeds. Frank selected for straight uncrumpled sides, smooth skin, thick walls and deep colour and the result is high yields and great quality. Strong plants bear a heavy crop of 15 to 18 cm long tapered fruits that are 7-8 cm at the shoulder. It is the last pepper to ripen and we look forward to it for end of summer roasted pepper and caper salads. So worth the wait. 65 days green, 85 days red.

Yellow Bell: A thick fleshed variety, with sweet flavour and great texture.


Waltham Butternut: A winter squash of excellent eating quality. Fruit is 8-10 inches long with sweet, fine grained yellow orange flesh. Ideal variety to enjoy steamed, boiled or baked. Easy to grow.

Table Queen Acorn Squash: The vigorous long vines produce dark green fruit with deep orange, sweet, dry flesh that stores well. Excellent for baking. An old fashioned favorite. 90 days.

Spaghetti: Old fashioned favourite that my grandma always grew. Can store for long periods of time if properly cured.


Cherry/Grape Varieties:

Acadian Cherry: The Acadian cherry tomato is said to be an Acadian heirloom. This compact dwarf plant is perfect for growing in pots and produces an abundance of small, red cherry tomatoes. Disease resistant and slightly larger growing plants. Determinate. 60 days from transplant.

Black Cherry: One of the tastiest cherry tomatoes of the season. The dark purple cherry tomatoes are born in large clusters on very vigorous plants. Very sweet and delicious fruit is great for eating out of hand or summer salads. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (70 days from transplant)

Blondkopfchen: Aka Little Blonde Girl, is a delicious heirloom cherry tomato that comes from East Germany and has a delicious sugary flavor. This high yielding variety produces an abundance of small golden yellow 1″ fruits that grow in giant clusters. The Blondkopfchen is one of the best tasting cherry tomatoes as it has a high sugar content, is crack resistant and produces well until the first frost. Indeterminate 75 days from transplant.

Gardener's Delight: Wonderful, old-fashioned flavour and produces long trusses laden with clusters of 6-12, 0.5cm (1″), crack-resistant, bright-red morsels. Gardener’s Delight requires more heat and time to mature completely but will bear fruit until frost. Indeterminate. (65 days from transplant)

Indigo Rose: Indigo Rose has the most extraordinary, dark purple-skinned tomatoes currently available. The flavour of these tomatoes is clean and clear, reminiscent of plums, with a slightly acidic sweetness you'll only find in home-grown tomatoes. The so-called "saladette" style fruits average 50g (1.7 oz.). Plants are hardy and have good disease resistance. As the fruit matures the skin will become purple where exposed to light and the fruit tends to have a purple crown. This is caused by the antioxidant anthocyanin reacting to the sun. The fruits are ripe when their skin colour changes from a shiny blue-purple to a dull purple-brown. The fruit also softens similarly to regular tomatoes, and the bottom of the tomatoes will turn from green to red when ripe. Semi-indeterminate (compact vine). 75 days from transplant.

Mini Orange: A nice orange salad size tomato with 2 oz fruit. Very productive and blemish free. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (70 days from transplant)

Sunrise Bumblebee: Chefs love the luminous swirls of reds and oranges, inside the fruit and out! Everyone loves the sweet, fruity taste, too! Oblong little fruit weighs barely an ounce, and sometimes shows a pronounced beak at the blossom end. Indeterminate. 70 days from transplant.

White Currant: Large plants produce large clusters of tiny creamy white fruit all summer long! The small fruit are half the size of regular cherry tomatoes and are very sweet. Indeterminate. (75 days from transplant)

Paste Varieties:

Amish Paste: Many seed savers believe this is the ultimate paste tomato. Giant, blocky, Roma type tomatoes have delicious red flesh that is perfect for paste and canning. It has world-class flavor and comes from an Amish community in Wisconsin. (80 days)

Italian Heirloom: This all-purpose Italian heirloom tomato is great for eating fresh, canning, or salsa. The fruit are easy to peel and have great taste. The abundance of luscious red 1 lb fruit will amaze you. Highly recommended! (75-80 days from transplant)


True Black Brandywine: True Black Brandywine Tomato Seeds originated with William Woys Weaver of Pennsylvania who claimed that his grandfather obtained seed from breeder Dr. Harold E. Martin in the late 1920s. The dark purplish black fruit are 8-12 oz. and have a very nice flavor. Indeterminate, potato leaf foliage. 85 days from transplant.

Black Zebra: Beautiful blemish free purplish black fruit with green stripes and great taste! The medium size round fruit weigh 4-6 oz and are produced in abundance. Excellent for adding colour to salads or slicing on a platter. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (75 days from transplant)

Cherokee Purple: Originally grown by the Cherokee Indians, this wonderful heirloom is more than 100 years old. The fruit of Cherokee Purple is a dark purplish pink color and often has green shoulders. The large fruit average 12 oz and are delicious. The plants are very productive and reliable. One of the best! Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (75-80 days from transplant)

Cosmonaut Volkov: This Ukrainian tomato with an odd name is the hands-down winner in our taste tests. Large, deep red globes have a complex sweet/tart flavour and a wonderful aftertaste that leaves you wanting more. An amazing sandwich tomato!

Feuerwerk: My favourite tomato of the season! Originally from Germany, the fruit are breathtaking with yellow mottling and stripes on a red background. It really does look like fireworks! The fruit average 10-12 oz and have good flavour. A must for every tomato collector. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (80 days from transplant).

Italian Heirloom: This all-purpose Italian heirloom tomato is great for eating fresh, canning, or salsa. The fruit are easy to peel and have great taste. The abundance of luscious red 1 lb fruit will amaze you. Highly recommended! (75-80 days from transplant)

Kukla's: A really exciting new heirloom variety! Seed was given to Carolyn Male by J. Tarbox of MA who obtained some tomatoes from Larry Kukla which this variety is named after. Larry Kukla obtained the seed from a man who brought them from Portugal. The large red tomatoes average 1 lb or more and are quite productive. Indeterminate, potato leaf. 85 days from transplant.

Marizol Gold: A beautiful bicolour heirloom from Germany. It does exceptionally well producing large amounts of huge 2 lb. gold and red marbled fruit. In most years the fruit are relatively crack free and the taste is delicious and juicy. A wonderful tomato that is beautiful sliced to show the red marbling inside. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. 90 days from transplant.

Tigerella: A sweet yet tangy and juicy mid sized tomato. Weighs approximately 125 gm (4 oz). Lovely in salads. It’s rich red colour is striped with yellow. An early season beauty. Will need to be staked. Heirloom, rare. Indeterminate.

75 days from transplanting.

Wonderlight: (a.k.a. Plum Lemon) A Russian heirloom that is the same colour and shape as a lemon! The medium size fruit have dry flesh and are good for adding colour to salads or making yellow tomato sauce. Indeterminate, regular leaf foliage. (70-75 days from transplant)


Purple Top White: Purple Top White Globe turnip seeds are from an old heirloom turnip dating back prior to 1880. The roots are smooth and nearly round. Bright purple on top and creamy white in the portion below the soil line. They are mild flavoured and sweet, and can reach 13cm (5") in diameter but are better for eating when picked at 5-8cm (2-3"). The young leaves of this variety can be cooked for traditional "southern greens." Both the roots and greens are an excellent source of vitamin C. 50 seeds/pack.