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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.


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 Rattlesnake Pole Beans
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. These heat and drought resistant beans produce deep green pods with violet stripes. Pods are round and about 7" long. These beautiful beans have a distinctive and delicious flavor. The dry beans are speckled with brown and black and adapted to dry country gardening more so than many other beans. Vigorous vines can grow more than 10 feet tall. 70 days.

Packet size = 1.25 ounces
Black-eyed Peas (California Blackeye) Long Island Improved Brussels Sprouts
Our Price: $2.49
Our Price: $2.49
A Southern favorite, this Cowpea or Southern Pea may used fresh or dried. Vines are heavy yielding and resistant to disease, growing to 40 inches. This variety is particularly suited to desert gardens as it is drought and heat resistant. It needs long hot summers to produce well and is very susceptible to frost. 60 days for dry, 45 days for snap. This compact plant, about 20 inches tall, produces firm cabbage-like sprouts about 1-2 inches in diameter. The sprouts have a mild cabbage flavor and grow up the center stem. The shade leaves at the top of the plant may be cut and eaten as well; they too taste like cabbage. This variety is known for its excellent flavor and high yields of medium size sprouts. Produces heavy set firm sprouts over an extended season. While this is long season variety, the plants do not take up very little room and are heavy producers. 90-120 days.

Packet size = 2 grams