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Starting 2019

At Smiling Coyote Farm, we start all our transplants from seed on site. Our varieties are chosen for one thing: Flavor. Most are "heirloom" varieties flavor-proven for decades, or longer. Some go back centuries--the same vegetables your grandparents and great-grandparents loved. That's important to us.

Cold hardy greens ready to transplant

There is great beauty in small things -- sun and green leaves.

Onions--perennial "bunching" types, thyme, parsley, & cutting celery.
Ready to go out soon.

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