Why these new vegetable seeds are selling out fast
- 40+ brand-new vegetable seeds for your eating garden
- Heirloom, open-pollinated, hybrid, and organic seeds available
- Flavorful vegetables suitable for all hardiness zones
- Easy to grow, prolific plants
The best new heirloom, open-pollinated, and organic vegetable seeds
Are you tired of growing the same varieties every year, and eating the same vegetables at every meal? Why not switch it up with some of these brand-new vegetable seeds?
At Eden Brothers, we get just as excited as you do about growing and eating new vegetables, so we’ve searched far and wide for the best-tasting vegetable varieties. Between heirloom cultivars, open-pollinated varieties, and organic-certified seeds, there’s something for everyone here.
Regardless of which category your vegetable seeds fall under, you can sow them with confidence, knowing that all of Eden Brothers’ seeds are non-GMO and free of any additives or fillers.
Rare and unusual vegetable seeds for the next family meal
Wouldn’t you love to introduce your kids to their new favorite veggie? Ground Cherry Tomatillos are a garden favorite for their tiny orange fruits with a melt-in-your-mouth kind of sweetness. Grow the miniature prickly cucumber, Bush Hog, and your kids might have a hard time not playing with their food at dinner time.
What if you brought Mache Seeds (also called corn salad or lamb’s lettuce) to the next family reunion? Your salad would be sure to turn some heads and there’d be no end to the questions and compliments.
Brand-new vegetable seeds are easy to grow and maintain
Don’t be intimidated by growing your own vegetables at home—these new vegetable seeds are easy to grow and rewarding to harvest. Several of these vegetables can be direct sown in the garden, including organic seeds Purple Vienna Kohlrabi and French Breakfast Radish. Wait until after your area’s last frost date to sow organic Red Burgundy Okra or Melody Blend Summer Squash.
Some seeds, like Patio Pride Pea and Container Choice Red F1 Tomato, are particularly well-suited to container gardening. These compact plants require trellising, but are prolific producers for their size! The more you pick, the more fruits the vines produce.
If you have space to start seeds indoors, you'd be remiss not to try growing microgreens this year. Microgreens are easy to grow, and fun to eat! Toss the tiny seedlings in a salad, a wrap, or a smoothie for a burst of nutrition to get you through the day. Sango Radish is our favorite variety for microgreens, but Mammoth Melting Pea and Ruby Red Swiss Chard are delicious options too—plus the seeds are certified organic!
Stop waiting for the perfect opportunity to take your health into your own hands. This is your season to cultivate the garden of your dreams. These new vegetable seeds are in high demand—several cultivars have already sold out—so order your seeds today to ensure you get the varieties you want! Learn to grow any of them in our Vegetable Seeds Planting Guide.