Organic Seedlings for 2018!!

Where to Buy

This year you can find Wyllie Fox Farm seedings at Natur-Tyme, The Regional Market, and at the farm.  If Jamie didn’t become a farmer he was going to be a teacher, so he loves answering questions but a lot of the time market is very busy.  The Natur-Tyme location is the best opportunity to talk to the farmer.   From 4-6 we are usually pretty busy but from 6-8pm on the Thursday nights listed below there is a chance to have your questions answered about everything from plant spacing and garden design to soil makeup.  (May 10th is also Natur-Tyme’s monthly 10% off sale and there is easy parking!!!)  Also, call to make an appointment to come to the farm and see where your plants come from (315-427-8266)

Syracuse Regional Farmer’s Market:

> > Thursday and Saturday mornings from May 3 through June 16 from 7am-2pm and Sunday Mornings from May 13th- June 3rd

Thursdays in the A-Shed # 47    Saturdays in the F-Shed #52 and 54   Sundays in the C-Shed #31

At Natur-Tyme in Syracuse:

> > Thursday May 10, 17th, 24th and 31 from 4-8pm

At the farm, Monday and Tuesday are best, by appointment only. Please call Jamie: 315-427-8266

Organic Seedlings

Our seedlings are:
> ALL Certified Organic by NOFA-NY Certified Organic LLC
> from seeds that are ALL untreated and usually from certified organic sources
> the highest quality possible

Pricing

Market retail price is $3.50 per six pack or (8) six packs in a flat for $25.00. We sell many things in 4” pots for $2.50 each. At market, the availability of varieties will change from week to week. We will do our best to have as many varieties available as possible. For the widest selection come EARLY in the morning.

We also wholesale to farmers and retail marketers. These seedlings are available in flats of 72 or 50 for farmers or flats of (8) six packs (48) for resale. Pricing depends on quantity; please call or email Jamie for a quote. We will grow just about any variety of anything you would like as long as we can get seed that meets the requirements for USDA organic certification.

Seedlings available for 2018

 

Anise

Arugula: Astro

Basil: Sweet, Lemon, Purple Dark Opal, Sweet Thai, Cinnamon, Holy

Beans: Royal Burgundy, Gold Rush, Provider, Kentucky Wonder Pole, Shirofumi Soy

Beets: Red Ace, Chioggia, Detroit Dark Red, Touchstone Gold

Borage

Broccoli: Belstar

Brussels sprouts: Nautic

Cabbage: Caraflex, Red Express, Impala, Farao

Cantaloupe: Delicious 51

Carrots: Danvers

Cauliflower: Snowball

Chard: Rainbow, Fordfork Giant, Rhubarb

Cilantro: Caribe

Collards: Champion

Corn: Luscious, My Fair Lady, Fisher’s Earliest

Cucumbers: Calypso Pickeling, Marketmore, Green Finger, Suyo Long

Dill: Bouquet

Eggplant:  Black Beauty, Listada De Gandia, Little Fingers,  Lucky Green, Orient Express, Ping Tung Long, Snowy, Rosa Bianca, Rosita

Fennel: Florence

Flowers: Sunflower, China Aster, Calendula, Zinnia, Marigolds, Cosmos

Kale: Red Russian, Lacinato/Dinosaur, White Russian, Winterbor

Kohlrabi: Kordial

Lettuce: Green Towers, Emerald Oak, Kweik, New Red Fire, Lovelock, Freckles, Forellenschluss, Optima,Mangenta, Red SaladBowl, Pomegranate Crunch

Mustard Greens: Green Wave

Okra: Clemson spineless

Parsley: Giant of Italy

Peas: Cascadia Sugar Snap Peas, Oregon Sugar Pod Snow Peas, GreenArrow Shelling Peas

Peppers: Ace, Banana, Ancho, California Wonder, Capperino, Carmen, Caribbean Red Habanero, Chocolate Habanero, Corno Di Torro Rosso, Craig’s Grande Jalapeño, Cubanelle, Emerald Green, Early Jalapeno, Etiuda, Flavorburst, Golden California Wonder, Golden Marconi, Gourmet, Highlander, Hot Papper Lantern, Hot Rod, Hungarian Hot Wax, Jalafuego, Jimmy Nardello Italian, Joe E Parker, Jupiter, King of the North, Lemon Drop, Lightning, Lipstick, Lively Italian Yellow, Lively Italian Orange, Lunchbox Orange, Olympus, Padron, Piecework, Purple Beauty, Red Cheese, Red Marconi, Red Rocket, Ring-O-Fire, Round of Hungry, Serrano Tampequino, Sweet Chocolate, Sweet Sunrise, Tabasco, Thai Burapa, Thai Red Chili, Trinidad Scorpion, Yankee Bell

Pumpkins: New England Pie, Howden

Sage

Sorrel

Spinach

Summer squash: Straight Neck Yellow Summer, Zucchini, Ronde de Nice

Tomatillos: Verde, Purple

Tomatoes: Amish Paste, Andreevsky’s Surprise, Aunt Ruby’s German Green, Beefsteak, Bellstar, Bing Cherry, Black Cherry, Black Krim, Black Prince, Brandywine, Cherokee Green, Cherokee Purple, Copia, Dad’s Sunset, DeBaroa Red, Depp’s Pink Firefly, Esterino, Five Star Grape, Flame, Frenche, German Johnson, Giant Lemon Ukranian, Gilberte, Glacier,  Golden Domes, Golden Heart, Golden Jubilee, Golden Sunray, Gold Nugget, Grandma Mary’s Paste, Grandmother’s Secret, Great White, Green Bell Pepper Tomato, Green Moldovan, Green Pear, Green Zebra, Heinz, Honey Bunch Grape, Honey Drops, Jujubee Cherry, Juliet, Kenigsberg Red, King’s Present, Mark Twain, Martino’s Roma, Medovo, Mikado, Mortgage Lifter, Moskvich, Matt’s Wild Cherry, Mountain Princess, Nepal, Opalka, Orange Banana, Orange Peach, Oregon Spring, Paul Robeson, Peacevine, Pineapple Bicolor, Pink Bumble Bee, Principe Berghese, Pruden’s Purple, Red Fig/pear, Red Peach, Red Zebra, Riesentraube, Roma, Rosa de Berne, Rozovyi Kilogrammovyi, Rutgers, San Marzano, Snow White, Soldacki, Speckled Roman, Stupice, Stripped German, Sugar Bison, Sungold, Sub-Arctic Plenty, Sweetie, Valencia, Violet Jasper, Wapsipinicon Peach, Weisnicht’s Ukranian, White Cherry, White Tomesol, Yellow Brandywine, Yellow Pear

Watermelon: Sugar Baby, Moon and Stars

Winter squash: Sweet REBA Acorn, Buttercup, Delicata, Red Kuri, Blue Hubbard, Waltham Butternut, Spaghetti