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An excellent gift for the avid gardener

 

 Exotic Vegetable Seeds

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Oka
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String Bean
Red String Bean
Water Spinach
Grape Tomato
Bitter Melon
Fuzzy Squash
Maca cai ngot  diep ha chau curry plant  

 

Magic seeder
  • An excellent gift for the avid gardener
  • A must-have tool for amateurs and professionals

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chumngay

Moringa, Malungay, Drumstick tree (Moringa oleifera) (Cây Chùm Ngây): native to the Himalayas, this plant is easy to grow,fast-growing, drought-resistant. The leaves are rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals. They contain 7 times the vitamin C of Oranges, 4 times the vitamin A of carrots, 4 times the calcium of milk, 3 times the potassium of bananas, and 2 times the protein of Yogurt. Its young seed pods and leaves are used as vegetables. It can also be used for water purification and hand washing, and is sometimes used in herbal medicine.

$1
(5 seeds)
 
Spinach

 

Spinach (Spinach Oleracea) ( Cải bó xôi, dền tây ): an edible plant with high nutritional value, especially when fresh, frozen, steamed, or quickly boiled. It is a rich source of iron, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, the B vitamines riboflavin and vitamin B6, vitamin E and dietary Biber

 

$1
(20 seeds)
 
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Green chiretta (Andrographis Paniculata)

Other Names: Andrographis Paniculata, Andrographolide, Bhunimba, Bidara, Carmantina, Carmantine, Chiretta, Chirette Verte, Chirreta, Chuan Xin Lian, Chuanxinlian, Chuan Xin Lin, Creat, Échinacée d’Inde, Fa-Tha-Lai-Jone, Fa-Tha-Lai-Jone, Gubak, Herba Androgra...

It is prized for its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties, but is most commonly used against lesser issues such as the common cold, sinus infections, general inflammation, pain, and detoxification .

Andrographis is also used for a wide assortment of other conditions. It is used for digestive complaints including diarrhea, constipation, intestinal gas, colic, and stomach pain; for liver conditions including an enlarged liver, jaundice, and liver damage due to medications; for infections including leprosy, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, syphilis, malaria, cholera, leptospirosis, rabies, sinusitis, and HIV/AIDS; and for skin conditions including wounds, ulcers and itchiness.

Some people use andrographis for sore throat, coughs, swollen tonsils, bronchitis, and allergies. It is also used for “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), and prevention of heart disease and diabetes.

Other uses include treatment of snake and insect bites, loss of appetite, kidney problems (pyelonephritis), hemorrhoids, and an inherited condition called familial Mediterranean fever.

Andrographis might stimulate the immune system. It may improve the blood cell counts in people with HIV, and help with allergies.

More recent research however is bringing to light its benefits in treating cancer through its anti-inflammatory effects, as well as its ability to kill cancer cells

$1=20 seeds
 
sam dat

Talinum patens, Talinum paniculatum (fameflower, pink baby's-breath, Vietnamese: Sâm Đất, Thổ nhân sâm, Chinese: Tu Ren Shen
Malay/Indonesian: Ginseng Halus/ Som Jawa
Thai: Som Kon )

succulent small plant . Root is used in folk medicine in parts of SE Asia as a subsititute for ginseng. Young leaves and stems are eaten fresh in salads, added to soups, or cooked briefly as vegetable.
One leaf a day keeps anaemia away. Anti-inflammatory properties reported.  It helps to boost energy, clear the lungs. detox and reduce swelling

$1=10 seeds
Hawaiian Corn Hawaiian Supersweet(Zea mays) is a sweet and crispy open-pollinated variety of supersweet corn. Can be grown all year round and matures in about 68-75 days after planting. (Later in winter months). Great for back yard gardening. Highly resistant to Maize Mosaic virus. $1 = 5 seeds
Soybean

Soy Bean: Kahala (Nematode Resistant)Glycine max

Kahala is a root knot nematode resistant variety averaging around 65-70 days before harvesting.

$1 = 5 seeds
caphao African Eggplant or Gboma (Solanum macrocarpon) (Cà pháo) This relative of the Eggplant produces small white fruits that are edible. Both the fruits and young leaves are eaten in many regions of the world. The roots, leaves and fruits of African Eggplant contain medicinal qualities $1 = 10 seeds
 
lettuce

Lettuce 'Anuenue'

$1 = 20 seeds
 
cauli

Caulifower 'puakea'

$1 = 20 seeds
 
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Lemon Grass Seeds
(Cymbopogon flexuosus)

Lemongrass is a fast growing, tall, aromatic perennial grass that grows up to 2-3 ft  in height. It is native to Asia, and is used extensively in cooking in South and Southeast Asia. It is also a great herb for making tea .

 

$1 = 20 seeds

 
cai ngot

Choux chinois sucré (Brassica rapa, pekinensis )
Pak Choi (alias Pac Choi, Poc Choi, bok choy) is a plant consisting of various widely cultivated subspecies including the turnip (a root vegetable); the mizunanapa cabbage, and cime di rapa (leaf vegetables)

$1

(20 seeds)

Maca

Maca (meyenii Lepidum)
Lepidium meyenii, known commonly as maca, is an herbaceous biennial plant of the crucifer family native to the high Andes of Peru around Lake Junin.[1] It is grown for its fleshy hypocotyl (actually a fused hypocotyl and taproot), which is used as a root vegetable, a medicinal herb, and a supposed aphrodisiac. Its Spanish and Quechuanames include maca-macamainoayak chichira, and ayak willku.

$1
(5 seeds)


Salad Pepperomia, Vietnamese Crab Claw Herb
(Rau Càng Cua) - Peperomia pellucida
A small plant with bright green heart-shaped shiny succulent leaves used in salad. The best salad plant ever! The whole plant's foliage (all leaves and branches) is washed and tossed into salads. Goes well with any of your favorite salad dressing.

Fast-growing. Prefers shade. You only need to buy the seeds or plants  once: the plant is self-seeded in warm area. In cold area, collect seeds for next year's sowing.

"GERMINATING INSTRUCTIONS


Sprinkle on soil surface at 1cm apart. Do not cover seeds with soil. Keep soil moist by a fine spray or misting daily. Transplant when having 6-8 leaves."

 

$1
(20 seeds)


 

Green Okra (Đậu Bắp) - Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus
This plant grows to 5 feet high, producing pretty yellow flowers resembling a hibiscus flower. Crunchy fruits are used fresh or cooked in many dishes in Asia and Africa.
Choice of:
Green variety: strong, robust plants having green fruits

Red variety: has red stem and unusual red fruits!

 

 $1
(10 seeds)

 

 

Asparagus Bean, String Bean, Noodle Beans (Đậu Đũa)-
Vigna unguiculata var sesquipedalis
Very popular in Oriental cuisine, this vegetable produce stringless 1-foot long beans that dangle on the vine like pairs of chopsticks. Large violet flowers. Excellent for salad, stir-fried, or Thai curry dishes. Try this beautiful crop in your garden this year!

$1
(10 seeds)

Red Asparagus Bean, String Bean, Noodle Beans (Đậu Đũa)-
Vigna unguiculata var sesquipedalis
Very popular in Oriental cuisine, this vegetable produce stringless 1-foot long beans that dangle on the vine like pairs of chopsticks. Large violet flowers and red beans. Excellent for salad, stir-fried, or Thai curry dishes. Try this beautiful crop in your garden this year!

$1
(5 seeds)

 

 

Kewalo Tomato Kewalo Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum Cà chua)
Kewalo is a determinate tomato plant with uniform ripening. Fruits approx. 6-8oz. Matures in 75-80 days. It is tolerant to bacterial wilt as well as tobacco mosaic virus. Resistant to the common root knot nematode, fusarium wilt, gray leaf spot and one strain of spotted wilt virus.
$1
(10 seeds)

Grape Tomato (Cà Nho)
New variety with superior taste and thin skin, thick flesh, much better than cherry tomatoes.

$1
(10 seeds)

Water Spinach, Kang-Kong, Pak boong, Ong Choy, Kalmua (Rau Muống)
Ipomoea aquatica
Water spinach is an herbaceous aquatic or semi-aquatic perennial plant of the tropics and subtropics. It has a creeping growth habit but may grow erect in water. This cultivar is Ching Quat, also known as “green stem” water spinach, has long leaves and white flowers and is usually grown in moist soils. (Pak Quat, also known as “white stem” water spinach, has arrow-shaped leaves and pink flowers and is grown in aquatic conditions, similar to rice). Almost all parts of the young plant tissue are edible, but the tender shoot tips and younger leaves are preferred. Used in delicious stir-fried dishes, either with garlic or fermented bean-curd. Link to recipes:
http://www.asiafood.org/glossary_1.cfm?alpha=W&wordid=3322&startno=1&endno=25

$2
(100 seeds)

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Bitter Melon, Foo Gwa (Khổ Qua) - Momordica charrantia
The vine is very decorative with bright green serrated leaves and numerous yellow, scented flowers. The melon has an interesting look, about 6 to 12 inches long, with a bitter taste that can be reduced when preparing.

$1
(5 seeds)

 

Fuzzy Squash, Mao Qua (Bí Đao Chanh) -
Benincasa hispida var. chieh-gua
Fast-growing vine with orange-yellow flowers followed by edible fruits. Used in soup and stir-fried.

$1
(5 seeds)

 

Winter Melon - Benincasa 'Winter'
Fast-growing vine with giant fruits. Used in soup and in making candies.

$1
(10 seeds)

 

Ridged Gourd, Si Gua, Turai, Lufa, Loofah, Lufah (Mướp Khía) -
Luffa acutangula
Vine with dark green leaves and yellow flower. Fruits have White, fragrant flesh, used in stir-fried dishes or soup.

$1
(5 seeds)

 

Round Lufa, Loofah, Lufah (Mướp Hương) -
Luffa cylindrica
Vine with green leaves and yellow flower. Fruits have White, fragrant flesh, used in stir-fried dishes or soup. Mature fruits are rpocessed and used as a bath or kitchen sponge.

$1
(5 seeds)

 

Red Chinese Toon, Chinese Toon shoots, Chinese toon buds, Chinese toon leaves, Chinese cedar, Chinese mahogany cedar, Xiang Chun (Ya), Xiangchun (ya), Hsiang Tsun (Xuan) -
Toona sinensis, Cedrella sinensis
A native of China, Chinese toon is a perennial hardwood. The young leaves and shoots can be used as a vegetable called Hsiang Chun Ya (Xiang Chun Ya ) in China . The fresh young leaves and shoots contain 84% water, 9.8% protein, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin B1 and B2, and are rich in aromatic substances. They are uniquely aromatic, excellent for stir fry (especially with egg), salad, fry, pickling, seasoning, etc. It is also used as a medicinal plant

$1
(5 seeds)

 

Bottle Gourd, Ornamental Gourd (Bầu Nậm, Bầu Hồ Lô) - 
Lagenaria siceraria 
This fast-growing vine can quickly cover a trellis or any structure you want to hide (an unsightly wall, storage shed). At the end of the season, you will be rewarded with decorative gourds dangling on the vine. This gourd is expensive and not usually found even in Oriental markets. Delicious in stir-fried dishes, soup, or steamed.

$1
(5 seeds)

Sold-out until Fall 2014

 

Calabash, Long Gourd, Upo, Hu Lou Gua (Bầu) -
Lagenaria siceraria var.clavata
This fast-growing vine has big leaves and is very productive, producing fruits weighing upto 1 kilogram. Fruits are long, cylindrical, with light grên color. Pick when young for tender flesh, excellent in stir-fried dishes, soup, or steamed.

$1
(5 seeds

 
mongtoixanh

Ceylon Spinach, Vine Spinach, Malabar Spinach (Mồng Tơi) (Saan Choy)- Basella rubra, Basella rubra var. rubra
This tropical spinach is highly nutritious, easy to grow, and decorative. Does not bolt even under extreme July heat. The vine has bright purple color with green succulent leaves. Well-fertilized vines produce palm-sized leaves throughout summer for use in salad or soup.

More information and recipes for this heat-tolerant spinach:
http://davesgarden.com/guides/articles/view/2945/

$1
(10 seeds)

 
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Chili Pepper, Piment(Ớt Tí-hon)- Capsicum
These varieties are well suited for our short summer. The red fruits are intensively hot. The super dwarf variety can also be grown as a bonsai on your kitchen counter, a convenient living spice rack!

 

 

 $1
(5 seeds)

 

Capsicum annuum 'Goat's weed' (Goat Weed Pepper, Ớt Nhung), 

A special variety that can live for 20 or more years. The plant , upto 4 feet high, overwinters much better than other pepper plants. The pods grow erect on the plant, about 2 inches long. They ripen from green to black to a fluorescent red. Extremely hot! Its foliage is tight, and bears dark and mid olive green leaves with a pubescens-like silver fuzz on the stems and the under leaf. Its appearance is striking, particularly as the green, black and red fruits are present together all year round. Very heavy producer. 

 

 $1
(10 seeds)

 
chili

Chili (Super dwarf)
This small chili pepper has very small plants (only 6 to 12 inches high), very small leaves (half-inch long), and very small fruits (half-inch long). But the fruits are very hot ! The plants are fast to bear fruits.

 $1
(10 seeds)
 
rau den

Amaranth (Rau Dền)- Amaranthus rubra
This colorful vegetable makes nice decorative plants in your garden. Bright green leaves have contrasting red spots. Used steamed or boiled.

$1
(50 seeds)

 

Oriental Kale, (Cải Làng, Cải Ná, Cải Rổ)
A favorite leaf-vegetable commonly used in stir-fried dishes (especially with oyster-sauce). Crunchy stalks and tender leaves, with nut-like flavor.

$1
(30 seeds)

 

Chinese Mustard, Mustard Green, Gai Choy (Cải Xanh)- This popular Oriental leafy vegetable is the same plant used in Europe to make mustard. With a mild peppery taste, the leaves are steamed, stir fried, or used in salads. Hotter varieties are used for pickling.

$1

(50 seeds)

 

Chopsuy Green, Vegetable Chrysanthemum (Tần-Ô, Cải Cúc) Aromatic leaf vegetable with pretty yellow flowers. Used fresh or in soup.

$1

(50 seeds)

Coriander, Cilantro, Chinese Parsley (Ngò) - Widely used as garnish in Oriental and Italian dishes, this herb is said to relieve the common cough. Used in Vietnamese spring rolls, Mexican salsa, and many other dishes.

$1

(50 seeds)

 

Coriander (Mexican), Culantro (Ngò Gai) - Eryngium foetidum
Withstand hot weather better than the regular coriander, this herb retains its flavor even after cooked. Used in many Oriental and Latin American dishes.

$1

(50 seeds)

 
Koba Onion Koba Strain green Onion (Allium fistulosum) (Hành Lá) is a small-leaved strain green onion. Spring months will produce early flowering causing premature aging. Matures in about 50-60 days.

$1

10 seeds

Egyptian Walking Onion (Hành Lá)-
Allium cepa var. viviparum
You have got to see it to believe it! The plant practically 'walks' around your garden after a few seasons. Extremely hardy and easy to grow, this perennial provides your kitchen with green shallot from early April to late October. Very vigorous and trouble-free.

$1

1 ou 2 Bulbes

Sold-out until Fall 2015

 

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Chinese Chive, Garlic Chive, Gow Choy (Hẹ)- A hardy perennial chive with aroma more intensive than that of the regular chive. Very easy to grow. Clump-forming. Used fresh in salad, spring rolls, in stir-fried dishes or in soups. The taste is like a combination of leek, chives, and garlic. 

$1

(10 seeds)

 

Upright Elephants Ears (Bạc Hà) - Alocasia odora, Arum odorum
- An aquatic plant that grows to 1 meter or more. The stalk (stem) is used in Tom-Yum soup or Tamarind soup.

$1

1 petit Bulbe

Sold-out until Fall 2015

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Gotu Kola, Penny Wort (Rau MA) - Hydrocotyle asiatica, Centella Asiatica
Gotu kola is a perennial plant native to India, Japan, China, Indonesia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the South Pacific. A member of the parsley family, it has no taste or smell. It thrives in and around water. It has small fan-shaped green leaves with white or light purple-to-pink flowers, and it bears small oval fruit. The leaves and stems of the gotu kola plant are used for medicinal purposes.

$1
(10 seeds)

 

Thai Basil Ocimum basillicum

- Aromatic leaves, purple square stem.Used widely in Oriental cuisine, in well-known dishes such as Thai curry, Tonkinoise soup, this basil has a hint of cinnamon. .
Sow seeds indoor 4 weeks before frost-free date.
Loves full sun, grows to 2 feet tall. Can be trained into topiary shape and brought into your kitchen or sunroom in fall. Remove flower buds to encourage leaf growth.

$1

(20 seeds)

 

Winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus), (Đậu Rồng)

also known as the Goa bean and Asparagus peaFour-angled bean and Winged pea, is a tropicallegume plant native to New Guinea. It grows abundantly in hot, humid equatorial countries, from the Philippines and Indonesia to IndiaBurmaThailand and Sri Lanka. It does well in humid tropics with high rainfall. There are also varieties that can be grown in most areas of the U.S.

$1

(5 seeds)

 

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Yam

Yam Beans, The African yam bean is grown in West Africa, Anonymous (1979) particularly in Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria and Togo (Popoola and Akueshi, 1985). In Nigeria it is found in localized areas in the Volta Region, where peasant farmers grow it as a security crop. The African yam bean is grown for both its edible seeds and its tubers.

The plant produces underground tubers that are used as food in some parts of Africa and that serve as organs of perennation in the wild (Oniofiok et al., 1996; Anonymous, 1979; Rombouts and Nout, 1995).

$1

(3 seeds)

 
UH Basil UH Sweet Basil

Sweet basil is a popular herb which can easily be grown in your garden. 
Basil can be planted year-round in most locations. Basil can be harvested 30–35 days after transplant­ing. Regular harvesting of some of the leaves and re­moving the flower spikes will encourage plant growth. 


$1

(5 seeds)

kinh gioi Kinh Giới (Vietnamese Lemon Balm)

$1

(5 seeds)

 
Sacred Basil

Sacred Basil

Tulsi is cultivated for religious and medicinal purposes, and for its essential oil. It is widely known across South Asia as a medicinal plant and an herbal tea, commonly used in Ayurveda, and has an important role within the Vaishnavite tradition of Hinduism, in which devotees perform worship involving holy basil plants or leaves.

$1

(10 seeds)

 
rau day

Saluyot ou molokhiya (ou melokhiya) ( Rau Đay) - Corchorus olitorius
Jute is an erect, grabrous, annual plant or shrub, growing up to 2 meters high.  The leaves are ovate, laceolate, toothed margins.  Flowers are solitary with yellow petals on the axils.  The fruit is a capsule with many black seeds

$1

(10 seeds)

 
rau chua Sorrel (rau chua) Common sorrel or garden sorrel (Rumex acetosa), often simply called sorrel, is a perennial herb that is cultivated as a garden herb or leaf vegetable (pot herb). Other names for sorrel include spinach dock and narrow-leaved dock.

$1

(10 seeds)

 
watercress

Watercress ( Nasturtium officinale, microphyllum N.; anciennement capucine Rorippa-aquaticum, R. microphylla) - Cresson
Watercress(Nasturtium officinale), is a fast-growing, aquatic or semi-aquatic, perennial plant native to Europe and Asia, and one of the oldest known leaf vegetables consumed by humans. It is a member of the family Brassicaceae, botanically related to garden cressmustard and radish — all noteworthy for a peppery, tangy flavour.

$1

(20 seeds)

 
cai bap

Cabbage- Brassica oleracea
Brassica oleracea is the species of plant that includes many common foods as cultivars, including cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussels sprouts, savoy, ..

$1

(20 seeds)

 
eggplant

Egg Plant ( L'aubergine, aubergine, aubergine ou (Solanum melongena),
The plant known in North America as the eggplantSolanum melongena, is a species of flowering plant known in French and British English as the aubergine. Also known as the brinjalbrinjal eggplantmelongene, or guinea squash, it is a member of the family Solanaceae. It bears a fruit of the same name, eggplant or aubergine, widely used in cooking, most notably moussaka and ratatouille. As a nightshade (Solanum), it is closely related to both the tomato and the potato. It was domesticated in India from the wild nightshade, the thorn or bitter apple, S. incanum

$1

(20 seeds)

 
rau ngot

Stevia, Sugar Leaf (Rau Ngọt) - Stevia rebaudiana
A super-sweet herb that is hundred times sweeter than sugar with no calories ! A native perennial from Paraguay, the leaves of this herbs have been used as a natural sweetener there for centuries. Widely used in food industry in Brazil and Japan to sweeten sodas and baked goods.

$1

(5 seeds)

 
chanh thai

Kaffir lime(Citrus hystrix) (Chanh Tha'i)
Citrus hystrix, commonly known in English as kaffir lime, is a fruit native to Indochinese and Malesian ecoregions in IndiaPhilippinesIndonesiaMalaysia andThailand, and adjacent countries. It is used in Southeast Asian cuisine.

$2

(5 seeds)

  
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