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Grain

Heirloom grains are packed with flavor and nutrition, unlike their modern counterparts.  Although they have lower yields, these wonderful grains are well worth the effort.

  • Turkey Red Wheat - Bulk

    Turkey Red Wheat - Bulk

    Originally brought to the US in the 1870's from the Ukraine.  It was brought to Kansas by Mennonite immigrants.  An excellent variet for making your own bread.   Minimum of 1/2 lb    PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting...

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  • Turkey Red Wheat

    Turkey Red Wheat

    Originally brought to the US in the 1870's from the Ukraine.  It was brought to Kansas by Mennonite immigrants.  An excellent variet for making your own bread.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.   PLANTING...

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  • Purple Barley - Bulk

    Purple Barley - Bulk

    Out of Stock A very old variety of barley that was almost lost to us, it has been brought back!  It is hulless, making it easy to use for the home gardener.  Use it in soups and stews, for brewing beer, or ground as a flour.   Minimum...

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  • Purple Barley

    Purple Barley

    A very old variety of barley that was almost lost to us, it has been brought back!  It is hulless, making it easy to use for the home gardener.  Use it in soups and stews, for brewing beer, or ground as a flour.   Minimum of 200 seeds...

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  • Einkorn Wheat - Bulk

    Einkorn Wheat - Bulk

    Triticum monococcum.  An ancient grain that dates back to the early cultivation in the fertile crescent.  It is a great livestock feed and for brewing beer, but is very difficult to hull.   Minimum of 1/2 lb of seeds.

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  • Einkorn Wheat

    Einkorn Wheat

    Triticum monococcum.  An ancient grain that dates back to the early cultivation in the fertile crescent.  It is a great livestock feed and for brewing beer, but is very difficult to hull.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.  

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  • Winter Rye - Bulk

    Winter Rye - Bulk

    A really useful cover crop, this is the gardener's friend.  Plant in the fall as a cover crop, it smothers fall weeds and adds organic matter to the soil.  A great choice for breaking up heavy soil, it sends out lots of deep roots that pull up...

    $9.00
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  • Japanese Buckwheat - Bulk

    Japanese Buckwheat - Bulk

    Although classified as a grain, buckwheat is not a true grass and is unrelated to wheat.  A great choice for gluten intolerant people, it contains no gluten.  Used in Japan for soba noodles, in Northern Europe for blinis or porridge, it is a...

    $9.00
  • Red Fife Spring Wheat - Bulk

    Red Fife Spring Wheat - Bulk

    Originally grown on the land of David Fife, this hard wheat is a Canadian heirloom that most of the modern wheats were developed from.  Thought to have originated in Turkey and brought to the Ukraine and grown by the Mennonites there.  The seed...

    $12.00
  • Common Oats - Bulk

    Common Oats - Bulk

    Oats are a great staple grain, delicious and hardy cooked into a porridge or breakfast cereal.  Oats can be grown as a feed grain for livestock or as a cover crop.  An excellent choice for a late summer planted cover crop.  Oats is a...

    $9.00
  • Common Oats

    Common Oats

    Oats are a great staple grain, delicious and hardy cooked into a poridge or breakfast cereal.  Oats can be grown as a feed grain for livestock or as a cover crop.  An excellent choice for a late summer planted cover crop.  Oats is a...

    $3.50
  • Winter Rye

    Winter Rye

    A really useful cover crop, this is the gardener's friend.  Plant in the fall as a cover crop, it smothers fall weeds and adds organic matter to the soil.  A great choice for breaking up heavy soil, it sends out lots of deep roots that pull up...

    $3.50
    Add to Cart
  • Japanese Buckwheat

    Japanese Buckwheat

    Although classified as a grain, buckwheat is not a true grass and is unrelated to wheat.  A great choice for gluten intolerant people, it contains no gluten.  Used in Japan for soba noodles, in Northern Europe for blinis or porridge, it is a...

    $3.50
    Add to Cart
  • Red Fife Spring Wheat

    Red Fife Spring Wheat

    Originally grown on the land of David Fife, this hard wheat is a Canadian heirloom that most of the modern wheats were developed from.  Thought to have originated in Turkey and brought to the Ukraine and grown by the Mennonites there.  The seed...

    $3.25