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Ohio Heirloom Seeds
Ohio Heirloom Seeds is proud to sell only the finest quality vegetable and herb seeds available.
We pledge to you that none of our seeds have been genetically altered in any manner and are
non-GMO varieties. Most of our seeds are organically-grown. All varieties are open-pollinated,
meaning that you can harvest seeds from your fruit and grow the exact same variety, year after

We are a small vegetable seed business located just outside of Columbus, Ohio. I decided to
change my hobby (I have been a passionate gardener for over 40 years) into a business 6 years
ago and have really enjoyed selling our seeds. All seeds are unconditionally guaranteed.
Questions are welcomed.
If you need help growing your seeds we would be happy to provide you with instructions and
growing tips. Just ask! You can also visit our website for "Growing Tips".
If you have trouble checking out please request an invoice from me. I will make sure that the
shipping charges are correct. If you would like your seeds shipped to a different address please
notify us.
Our seeds are unconditionally guaranteed, and come with free customer support. If you have
any questions, please email us at any time, for any reason.
All of our seeds are non-GMO. None of our seeds are grown in China.
Our seeds are hand-selected, packaged in traditional paper envelopes, and mailed to you in a
bubble mailer (3+ packages) or wrapped in foam (1 or 2 packages) for added protection. All
packages are labeled and the typical package contains at least 10% more seeds than specified.
International orders welcome! Shipping outside the U.S. is $8.00 regardless of the size of the
We do not ship to the following countries: Turkey, China, Russia, Mexico, Hong Kong, Malaysia,
UAE, Australia, Thailand, and India. If you aren't sure, please ask before ordering.

Tomato Seeds
Amurskij Tigr (Amur Tiger) Tomato
2012 was our first year growing this rare Russian variety after
receiving seeds from a friend in Europe.
This cherry variety produces unique, yellow-striped fruit on a
semi-determinate vine. The fruit are quite juicy, possess nice
flavor, and range in size from a large marble to a ping pong
ball. Unique appearance makes it a real eye-catcher.
The plants are compact, easy to stake, and quite productive for their size.
60 days, Open-Pollinated, Semi-Determinate
All seeds were harvested in 2014 for the 2015 growing season. Germination tested September
2014 at 90%.
Ananas Noire Tomato Seeds (Black Pineapple)- 30+ Seeds
This Belgian variety was introduced by Pascal Moreau a few
years ago. A regular-leaf, open-pollinated variety that
produces excellent harvests of 1 to 1.5 pound fruit. Both the
skin and the flesh show shades of green, purple, red, yellow,
and orange. Has a great sweet and tangy taste, and is a showstopper when sliced.
80 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate
These seeds were harvested in September 2014 for the 2015 growing season. Germination
tested September 2014 at 85%.
Pepper Seeds
The California Wonder has been THE standard bell pepper in the United
States for decades. First introduced in 1928 it is still the largest openpollinated bell you can grow. There are a few hybrids that are larger, but
none surpasses the California Wonder in taste and plant vigor. A smooth,
four-lobed, blocky bell with thick walls and large fruit (4"x4"). Color
changes from green to red as the fruit mature, and is delicious as either
color. 75 Seeds minimum.

Cayenne Pepper Seeds
Italian "Cayenna" Heirloom- 50+ Seeds
100% imported Italian seed! This Italian pepper variety goes back
centuries and is generally considered to be the best drying cayenne
available. It's also great fresh.
The fruit are long and slim with a glossy texture. The best source of
"heat" available to the home chef and a traditional favorite in Italy.
Approximately 37,000 on the Scoville Heat Scale
Open-Pollinated, 72 days from transplant.
All seeds were harvested in 2014 for the 2015 season. Germination tested October 2014 at
Lettuce & Herb Seeds
This seed is imported from Italy and is the variety known as
"Roquette" in Europe. The leaves are tender, rounded, and
have a peppery flavor. Seeds can be sown virtually any time
of the year but prefer cool weather. Best if harvested at
about 35 days.
Arugula is a herbaceous plant found in the wild in the
Mediterranean region. Also known as rocket, roquette,
rugula, and rucola this herb (lettuce) has a strong, somewhat peppery flavor. Arugula is used in
virtually every salad mix sold in stores and is probably the most-eaten salad green in the world.
Best when harvested young (leaves less than 4" long) and has excellent re-growth properties.
Seeds can be sown directly in the garden or started indoors.

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