Bees and Beneficial Insects Seed

Attracting bees to your farm or garden is one of the most beneficial things you can do. Bees help increase vegetable yields and health of plants. If you can’t have a bee hive on your property the next best thing is bee attracting plants.

$7.00

Winter annual protects and improves soil! A good nitrogen fixer (70-150 lbs per acre per year).

Common
Alfalfa
$8.00

Somewhat winter hardy, but grows more quickly than regular alfalfa. Alfalfa has so many potential uses in the garden and on the farm.

Hairy Vetch
Legumes
$7.00

Typical nitrogen produced is 100 lbs. per acre. Hairy Vetch has rapid growth that makes it a good weed suppressant.

Knuckle Purple Hull
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Tends to stay off the ground and cluster making for easy picking. Referred to as a “Knuckle Hull” because of the big, plump peas.

$8.00

A living mulch of permanent cover. Spreads by stolons. Grow low so takes close mowing and grazing.

Sweet Clover
Legumes
$7.00

Sweet clover can grow nearly anywhere under most conditions. Our favorite clover because it is more versatile than other clovers at nitrogen fixating, erosion control and attracting beneficial insects.

$7.00

Medium Red Clover is fast to establish and can be grown in most soil types. Works well for hay or silage.

$5.00

Widely adapted variety of barley! High yielding, good standing six-rowed barley.

$5.00

Improves top soil and an effective choke weed!

Lady
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Lady is smallest and most tender Southern pea on the market.

$7.00

Mammoth Red is a popular biennial clover used for Nitrogen addition and hay crops. Large plant with big leaves makes it an ideal grazing crop.

$2.00

Dimpled Brown Crowder Cowpea is a prolific yielder with pods that contain 12-15 peas, closely bunched together.

Common Flax
Brassicas
$6.00

Flax is a cool season annual with short taproots!

Mississippi Silver
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Does well in most climates. Pods average 6-7 ” long, and are silver colored, occasionally streaked with rose. Easy to grow and shell.

Big Boy Purplehull
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Light tan in color, oblong shape, good garden variety.

Quickpick Pinkeye
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

A bush southern pea with early maturity and good disease resistance.

$2.00

The seeds are a typical blackeye type of Southern peas with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes.

Black Crowder
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

A high yielding variety of long pods.

Forage Chicory
Broadleaf
$13.00

Chicory has a long taproot that penetrates subsoils which makes it drought tolerant and allows it to make minerals more available to livestock.

Texas Cream
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Texas Cream is very similary to ‘Sadandy’ but the peas are slightly larger. The bush-type plants are prolific and thrive in hotter, Southern weather.

Elite
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Elite is a bush type cream southern pea that produces heavy yields of 7″ pods. Peas are delicious and easy to shell.

$2.00

This pea plant is high yielding, vigorous and easy to grow.

$8.00

Ladino clover has a high nutritive value and palatability make it a popular choice in pasture mixtures.

Sadandy
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Sadandy is very similary to ‘Texas Cream’ but the peas are slightly smaller. The bush-type plants are prolific and thrive in hotter, Southern weather.