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All our seeds are open pollinated, chemically untreated and nonGMO. We specialize in carrying only heirloom seeds. We focus on finding varieties that perform well in extreme climates. With that said, our seeds are a favorite for many gardeners and we hope to be a part of your gardening experience, whether you are a master gardener or new to the joy of growing your own food.




Our Commitment
We are committed to your satisfaction. We work with the finest growers and assure that the germination rate of our selections exceed the required minimum germination rates for vegetable, flower, and herb seeds. We will never carry hybrids, patented or genetically altered seeds.
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Safe Seed Initiative
Westwind Seeds and Gardenscapes llc is proud to be a signer of the Safe Seed Initiative. We do not knowingly purchase any genetically modified seeds. In addition, we do not purchase or sell PVP (patented) varieties of seeds. You can be assured that the seeds you purchase from Westwind Seeds are not altered genetically and not patented. Our selections allow you to save seeds from your harvest.


Hailstone Radish Serrano Pepper
Our Price: $2.49
Our Price: $2.49
Hailstone Radish Serrano Pepper
This variety produces a large round completely white radish with medium size tops. It is unusual and a great addition to salads when combined with red radishes. Hailstone radishes are relatively mild and crispy. They hold their flavor very well, rarely becoming bitter. 25 days. This variety has a tendency to be extremely hot when grown in the Southwest. The three foot tall plants produce a tremendous number of small 2 inch peppers that are candle flame shaped. They turn orange-red from a bright green color when fully mature. 5,000 to 30,000 scovilles. 75 days.
Top Mark Cantaloupe Cucuzzi Squash (Italian Edible Gourd)
Our Price: $2.49
Our Price: $2.49
Top Mark Cantaloupe Cucuzzi Squash (Italian Edible Gourd)
This is the classic cantaloupe rich salmon flesh that is spicy and sweet. The oval fruit is heavily netted with a tough rind that protects it. The fruit weighs about 3 pounds when ripe. 90 days. Also known as Cucuzza or Zucchetta Squash, this variety is technically a gourd but it is often referred to as a squash because the young fruit is edible. The squash is pale green with white flesh. Pick the fruit before it reaches 6 inches long. The flavor is sweet and nutty when the squash but it needs to be harvested very early as the skin can be very tough. 55 days.

Packet size: 4.5 grams
Sandia Pepper Clemson Spineless Okra
Our Price: $2.49
Our Price: $2.49
Sandia Pepper Clemson Spineless Okra
These hot peppers grow on two foot plants that are bushy. This variety produces early fruit that is very hot and pungent. The pepper is about seven inches long with medium-thick flesh. Absolutely delicious, Sandia is a very good choice for the home gardener. 5,000 to 7,000 scovilles. 70 days. One of the more productive bush types. The pods are rich green, straight, ridged and not prickly. Pick the tender pods when they are between 2 and 3 inches for best flavor. The plants grow from 4 to 5 feet tall. This variety is one of the most popular since its introduction in 1939. 56 days.