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Ecological Crop Improvement For and By Farmers

Welcome to our 2015 catalog and website!

We are an organic seed and vegetable farm in the Pacific Northwest. We produce farm-original varieties of many salad greens, vegetables, herbs and a few flowers.

All of our seed is Organically Grown by Shoulder to Shoulder Farm

in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, a world class place to grow specialty seeds.
Few places on Earth have the climate, latitude, soil, water, and intellectual resources found in this rare north-sloping river valley. Seed companies from every continent come to the Willamette Valley to contract quality seed production. We are fortunate enough to live and farm here.

Many of these varieties originated in our on-farm breeding program for organic conditions and fresh market quality, denoted by our farm-original  mark. Other varieties have come to us over thirty-odd years of farming, either as heirlooms or good commercial standards, now with generations of selection on the farm. All seed at risk of GMO contamination has been tested and found free of genetic engineering components.

Our ecological approach to plant breeding and crop protection generates superior varieties for farmers who don’t use chemical crop protectants and fertilizers. The small-scale care and authentic fertility of our farm fields yield fat seed with exceptional seedling vigor, a key trait for organic crop success. This seed is organically bred to be organically grown, just like your crops.

New Additions for 2015

Gift Certificates are now available! Click here for more information.

These are a few of our new offerings. Be sure to check out all our new additions on our New Products Page.

Golden Kin Tsai Celery

Golden Kin Tsai Celery

An entirely golden cutting celery in the true Asian tradition–fast growing (for celery), tender slim hollow stems with refined aroma, beautiful leaves for salad or soup garnish. Direct seed or transplant at 8-12" apart. Early sowing will bolt (the bolting stems are delicious), so do succession plantings until the first of summer. Thereafter plants will produce a cut-and-come harvest into winter.
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Castelfranco Franchi Chicory

Castelfranco Franchi Chicory

This is a select strain from the Italian seedhouse Franchi. In last year’s OSA chicory trial hosted by GTF, we thought this was the most uniform and reliably heading Castelfranco type. Plant seeds June through September, for harvests from the first of autumn through December. Transforms fall salad.
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Riccia Ruffec Endive

Riccia Ruffec Endive

An open headed curly endive from Italy with deeply ruffled leaf margins, suitable for leaf cutting from dense sowing or head production from 9-12" row spacing. Spring sowings will bolt briefly after heading, summer plantings will form beautiful heads of blanched hearts that keep enlarging. With careful cutting, these can be continuously harvested into winter for tender salads.
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Chadwick's Rodan Lettuce

Chadwick's Rodan Lettuce

A unique lettuce with a rich glossy mahogany-green color and arrowhead shaped leaves arranged in a perfect rosette, eventually forming a tidy blanched heart. Compact plants are ideal for equidistant close spacing on raised beds (6-8") for the sort of intensive production practiced by Alan Chadwick and conveyed by John Jeavons in his excellent book.
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Gentilina Lettuce

Gentilina Lettuce

From the north of Italy, a spring-green leaf lettuce with deeply ruffled leaves forming a full sized head. The flavor is mild, with a very tender texture.
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Pasha Lettuce

Pasha Lettuce

Beautiful dark red leaf lettuce with crisp undulant and ruffled leaves with good flavor, slow to bolt, and good for sowing February (indoors) through August. This variety stood out for its eye appeal. A stunning variety that comes to us from Sativa Seed.
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Strubelpeter Lettuce

Strubelpeter Lettuce

A very impressive bright green leaf lettuce, fast growing tender green ruffled leaves that grow into large solid heads. Very high yielding, disease resistant, and slow bolting. Can be sown February through August for April-October harvest. From Sativa.
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Red Butter Romaine Lettuce

Red Butter Romaine Lettuce

Farm Original Variety! From a cross between Outredgeous and Sucrine, a plant with intensely red upright outer leaves surrounding a buttery yellow green interior, with a rosy heart. The full-sized heads are like a nested treasure to unwrap. Sweet buttery soft interiors, with crisper outer leaves. Good resistance to downy mildew, sclerotinia, and tip burn. Farm Original Variety!
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Romaine des Melons Lettuce

Romaine des Melons Lettuce

This is a really good flavored romaine, medium green leaves with red flecks, that is sown from Feb (indoors) through June, for field harvest from June through October, hottest days of the year. A good variety from Sativa Seed in Switzerland.
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Soulie Lettuce

Soulie Lettuce

Dark green with a slight reddish cast, romaine type leaves arranged in an open rosette, with buttery crisp texture. Forms an upright head at maturity. Brought to the US from the English Heritage Seed Library by The Seed Ambassadors at Adaptive Seeds who shared it with us.
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Green Romaine Density Mix Lettuce

Green Romaine Density Mix Lettuce

This is a great salad mix base of romaine leaves in a variety of lengths and widths, economically priced, with the small leaf productivity of Winter Density and true cos taste of Dark Green Romaine. Also makes a delicious mix of romaine head shapes and sizes to shake up CSA boxes and market displays.
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Chez Le Bart Lettuce

Chez Le Bart Lettuce

A blonde-green butter lettuce with fine red blushing along the leaf margins. Sow indoors in Jan and Feb for harvest May through June. May be sown outdoors in September for ongoing harvest into winter in the field. From Sativa, biodynamic seed growers.
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Remember to check the New Products Page for all thirty of this year's introductions!
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