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This is our Featured Seed Of The Month page. Here you will find featured seed selections by David's Garden Seeds®. We are keeping previous monthly featured seeds up.


June 2019 Featured Seed

Flowered Mix Giant Dahlia ZinniaFlowered Mix Giant Dahlia Zinnia

Flowered Mix Giant Dahlia Zinnia Seed is the June 2019 Featured Seed of the month. This is an absolute must for the cutting garden. Similar color and habit of the Benary's Giant series but will produce 4 to 6 inches single, semi-double, and double flowers. A mix of yellows, roses, scarlet, green, orange, pink, red, purple, coral, and orange and gold bi-color. The average height is 40 to 50 inches.

Flowered Mix Zinnia Giant Dahlia 200 Open Pollinated Seeds

$2.93


May 2019Featured Seed

Our May 2019 Featured Seed is Clemson Spineless Okra.

Our May 2019 Featured Seed is Clemson Spineless Okra. It is the most popular okra we sell and we ship it all over the United States.

Clemson Spineless Perfection grows light green pods have from 5 to 8 points. An attractive ornamental, good in containers. Organically grown seeds. With the proper variety and culture, this Southern specialty can also be productive in cooler climates. Fried okra is a delicious Southern staple in gumbo; also fine in stir-fry and soup.

Harvest in about 62 days.

Clemson Spineless Perfection Okra (Green) 100 Organic Seeds

$2.93


April 2019 Featured Seed

The featured seed of the month of April 2019 is the Nebechan Bunching Onion.

The featured seed of the month of April 2019 is the Nebechan Bunching Onion.

Nebechan Bunching Onions have a better, sweeter, more complex flavor than other bunching onions. These seeds grow upright plants with uniform, thick shanks and no bulbing. Nebechan is a traditional Japanese variety grown for its high quality. It can also be grown like a leek to create a unique large scallion known as "negi" in Japan.

Harvest in about 60 days.

Nabechan Bunching Onion 500 Hybrid Seeds

$2.93

March Featured Seed

Our Featured Seed of March 2019 is the Ghost Pepper also known as Bhut Jolokia.

Bhut Jolokia aka Ghost PepperBhut Jolokia aka Ghost Pepper

Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper Seeds plants are rated 800,000 to 1,001,300 on the  Scoville Scale. Heat is nothing less than intense and can be used in both fresh and dried forms. Commonly used in competitive chili pepper eating, India's Defense Organization even uses the pepper in non-lethal hand grenades, and pepper spray!

Guinness World Records certified the Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper as the world's hottest chili pepper in 2007. Ripe peppers measure 1 to 1 and 1/2 inches wide.

Harvest in 120 days.

Bhut Jolokia aka Ghost Pepper 25 Heirloom Seeds

$4.93

February 2019 Featured Seed

For February 2019, our Featured Seed Of The Month is the Tycoon Tomato.

Tycoon Tomato is a Beefsteak Tomato and it's back!Tycoon Tomato is a Beefsteak Tomato and it's back!

Tycoon is a large, firm, oblate tomato that has very high yield potential, with outstanding fruit quality, on a determinate plant that grows tomatoes weighing from 9 to 12 ounces. It is a mid-early variety with heat set ability and high tolerance to tomato yellow leaf curl virus.

Tycoon also offers tolerance to verticilium, fuzarium race 1 and 2, nematodes, and tomato spotted wilt virus. These are blue coated for quicker germination planting.

Tycoon tomato was the 2011 Rodeo Tomato for the San Antonio Livestock and Rodeo show. Disease resistance to: Vd, Fol (race 1,2), ToMV, TSWV IR: Mj, Mi, Sl, TYLCV.

Tycoon is a member of the Texas Superstar program.

Tycoon Beefsteak Tomato 25 Hybrid Seeds

$4.93

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Here at David’s Garden Seeds®, gardening is our passion. We provide top quality, non-GMO seeds so families can learn about gardening and love it.  In turn, we hope they will pass this passion down to their children and grandchildren, teaching them to grow  delicious food, fresh herbs and beautiful flowers.

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