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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.
We thank you for your interest and would love to hear from you.


We Will Not be Shipping Orders until September 1st. We are busy getting in new heirloom varieties and updating our website! If you can wait and would like to place your order now, we would like to give you a 20% discount on our seeds. Just type in "icanwait" as the coupon code. Thanks for your patience!!





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.


Purple Vienna Kohlrabi Armenian Cucumber
Our Price: $2.49
Our Price: $2.49
This variety produces a purple skinned bulb with greenish white flesh. The bulb is best when harvested at about 2-3 inches in diameter. The flavor is similar to a very mild turnip with a hint of radish. 60 days. Grow in cool weather; heat makes this variety bitter. This mid-eastern delight produces an abundance of fluted light green fruit. Each cucumber can grow 2-3 feet long. In very hot weather, it is most delicious when picked about a foot long. The fruit is very easy to digest and mild tasting. It does extremely well in hot climates, producing excellent crops where other cucumbers fail.
Ruby Queen Beets Great Lakes 659 Lettuce
Our Price: $2.49
Our Price: $2.49
Fresh Ruby Red Beets from a Tucson Garden
This heirloom variety produces bright red round beets with maroon tinged leaves. The beets are smooth and very sweet. This early variety produces well in poor soils and the beets can be crowded. Plant close together and thin when the beet is about an inch or two in diameter.  52 days. First introduced in 1904, this variety produces large mild flavored heads. This is an excellent fall crop resistant to tip burn. The leaves are pale green and lightly ruffled. This variety also does well in warm weather and succeeds under adverse growing conditions. This is the most versatile Great Lakes variety that we have found. 75 days.
Purple Hull Pinkeye Cowpeas Copenhagen Market Cabbage
Our Price: $2.49
Our Price: $2.49
Hardy compact, bush type plants produce white peas with pink or purple eyes. This cowpea produces well in poor soil and has excellent disease resistance. It needs to be planted after all danger of frost has past and it loves the heat. 68 days for dry, 50 days for snap.

Packet size = 1.25 ounces
The medium green plants are compact with short stems and hard, round heads weighing 3 to 4 pounds. This is an early variety that produces in a relatively short period. The harvested cabbage is a good keeper. It is well suited to smaller gardens due to its compact size and early yields. Introduced in 1909 by H. Hartman and Company. 68 days.