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Purple peas on vine.
Green beans in hand.
Purple leaf bok choy.
Kale bunches.
Purple kohlrabi in garden.
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Purple Love Seed Collection

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The 2021/22 Purple Love collection of seeds includes 8 varieties:

  • Purple Plum Radish (open pollinated)
  • Purple Vienna Kohlrabi (open pollinated)
  • Giant Red Mustard (open pollinated)
  • Purple Komatsuna (hybrid)
  • Red Russian Kale (open pollinated)
  • Royal Burgundy Bush Beans (open pollinated)
  • Dragon Tongue Bush Beans (open pollinated)
  • Purple Mist Peas (open pollinated)

Ships 3-5 business days after order is complete.

IMPORTANT: Due to the size of these seeds and in order to safely ship without damage, this item is not eligible for free untracked letter mail. Parcel shipping only. 

FREE PARCEL SHIPPING (Tracked): Spend $90 CAD on seeds to qualify for free parcel shipping.


  • Seed packets may contain 15-100 seeds each depending on rarity and availability of seed.
  • We can only ship seeds to Canadian addresses.
  • Parcel shipping with tracking available.
  • HST/GST included
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We source seeds from reputable and highly regarded suppliers and we also save seeds from our own gardens. We do not source GMO seeds. Note that GMO seeds are NOT available to home gardeners. Seeds marked with an asterisk (*) are saved from our gardens, which we think makes them extra special. We grow plants using organic methods only, with no pesticides or synthetic chemicals. Tomatoes and peppers are self-fertile. We do our best to avoid cross pollination by using organza bags to isolate trusses and flowers. However, we cannot control nature. Some cross-pollination is possible (but not probable). The magic of seed saving is that you might end up with the most interesting crosses. Mother nature is truly amazing. Happy growing!

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